Vacations & Travel - - Tried & Tested - By Danielle Lan­caster the­farm­houseeu­

Nes­tled in the emer­ald green hin­ter­land be­hind Noosa’s fa­mous sandy beaches, is The Farm­house, the Sun­shine

Coast’s new­est Hamp­ton-style bou­tique ac­com­mo­da­tion. Noth­ing was left un­touched in the metic­u­lous ren­o­va­tion of the orig­i­nal homestead which opened last year with two ac­com­mo­da­tion types: The Farm­house and The Guest­house. The Farm­house is the main build­ing and has two pri­vate queen rooms and a two-bed­room self-con­tained re­treat on the ground floor, while the Guest House of­fers two king suites, a large deck, en­ter­tain­ers' lounge and din­ing room that ac­com­mo­dates up to 10 guests. We are in the Guest­house, which has won­der­ful ru­ral views of rolling green hills against a back­drop of blue sky. We adore the dé­cor of crisp whites, tim­ber floors and touches of colour pop­ping through­out. There is a ten­nis court, swim­ming pool and fire pit where com­pli­men­tary hot choco­late is served dur­ing the cooler months as the em­bers burn into the night sky. It’s these lit­tle extras that are spe­cial – like the freshly baked scones with home-made jam and freshly whipped cream along with a warm cup of tea on your ar­rival. Noosa’s classic beach cul­ture is just down the road and so is the town­ship of Eumundi with its fa­mous mar­kets every Satur­day and Wed­nes­day, only a gen­tle eight-minute gen­tle walk from The Farm­house.

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