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James’ Farmhouse and Cottage, Ballandean

James’ Farmhouse is Queensland’s oldest vineyard retreat set on a 56 acre vineyard/orchard, located in the village of Ballandean, 20 minutes south of Stanthorpe. Set in beautiful country surroundings, James’ Farmhouse accommodation will ensure that your well earned getaway is everything you deserve. The farmhouse is fully self contained. Keep warm by the wood fire. Ideal for groups up to 14 people in the Farmhouse or you may choose to stay in the cosy Cabin for two. The tariff is for up to eight people. Call James about midweek stays.

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James’ Farmhouse

James’ Farmhouse sleeps up to 11 people, ideal for the family or a group of friends. The country style kitchen features a traditional wood stove as well as many modern conveniences. There is the beauty of an open fire in both the lounge and the master bedroom and two bathrooms sure to ease the morning congestion.

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