Wine and dine your special someone this Valentine’s Day, or make a whole week of it with a mini-break, Valentine’s escape in Moreton Bay Region. We’ve put together a handy list of our region’s best cafes and restaurants for Valentine’s Day, along with fantastic accommodation options for romantic mini-break bliss. From the bayside to the hinterland, you’ll find something sure to delight your partner this Valentine’s Week.
Enjoy quality time together with a few days away in breezy bayside luxury accommodation, or get away from it all in one of our many gorgeous hinterland retreats. Whether you are looking for a date night or a weekend escape we have our regions finest here for you to pick from.
Oaks Mon Komo – meaning ‘My Dream Place’ – is the premier destination for holidaymakers looking for stylish, high-end accommodation Redcliffe Brisbane North of the city situated in the heart of the peninsula’s bustling waterfront precinct.
Owned and run by self-confessed romantics – Beth and Rob Reid, Reid’s Place exudes warmth and family-style hospitality. This colonial-design, private oasis is situated in Scarborough’s quiet suburbia, just 500 metres from Scarborough Beach.
Mercure Clear Mountain Lodge offers the complete package: 51 beautifully appointed rooms and suites with private balconies offering a variety of spectacular views from the Glasshouse Mountains to the natural Australian bush and the city lights of Brisbane beyond. Enjoy a delicious meal in the restaurant!
You can unwind in cosy 1, 2 or 5 bedroom cottages set amidst Ocean View Estate's vineyards, or enjoy the elegance of the off-site Hilltop House, a 20 minute bush walk to the winery and restaurant. Restaurant and pamper packages including spa, massage and facials can be arranged for the ultimate romantic hinterland escape.
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