Relax & Unwind

Thirlestane Farm Cottage is the quintessential farm workers cottage renovated to an exceptionally high standard for use as a holiday home set in 24 acres of peaceful rolling hills, close to the township of Cooroy & only 20 mins from the stunning beaches of Noosa Shire.

The space

No-one arrives at the farm and is not stunned by the views and atmosphere of the cottage and the surrounding countryside.

It truly is a magical place with all the comforts of a family home, decorated and cared for by us as our own holiday cottage-so we haven't compromised on the quality or facilities of something we use ourselves occasionally to escape the hustle and bustle of our daily city lives.

From the minute you open the door, the cottage has the uncanny ability to just wash away the week. Deep bath, beautiful fire, quality beds and fresh cotton sheets just makes for such a comfortable welcome break. Not to mention a good bottle of red or two and some close friends to share it with.

Guest access

Our guests are welcome to wander throughout the 23 acre property to their hearts content, but of course it is a farm with timid cows and the usual creepy crawlies you find when walking on a farm so we tend to use closed in shoes and long trousers if we wander down to the dam.

However, I must admit, we never wander far from the outside fire pit, the boules pitch or the barbie and fridge. Someone else comes in to look after the cows......

Interaction with guests

We have friends close by who help us run the farm and look after the property who are only a call away, but of course we can be reached at anytime by mobile for any questions.

We truly want our guests to feel as if this their home so if we can help you enjoy it more by answering a "silly" "daft" quick question-we'd rather you just gave us a buzz.

Sleeping up to 4 guests it is ideal for families or close friends to escape to the country and just relax & enjoy both the serenity of the farm but also enjoy the many activities that the Noosa Hinterland offers.

The only thing that may "impact" on your stay is that you'll not look forward to leaving.

We do however have a resident Possum that lives in the shed roof-not the cottage-but occasionally she'll wander onto the roof on her nightly trips to the fruit trees.

"Cooroy" is actually the indigenous word for Possum so while she may be seen by some people as pest, she is part of the farm and we have a bit of soft spot for her and if we're honest, think she brings a bit of good luck to the farm.

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