I am so excited to introduce you to Norwood Roses, the cutest little Aibnb cottage in the quaint country town of Toowoomba, Queensland. I first came across Norwood Roses when I was reading one of my favourite magazines Country Style and knew it was the perfect excuse to drive up the range, visit our friends and experience all that is, Norwood Roses. But first! I am obviously very well aware that many of you are unable to travel at the moment, let alone cross into Queensland. But I decided to share my stay at Norwood Roses to show my support for small business, and also in the hope that you will bookmark it, and book a stay in the future.
Norwood Roses was built in 1895 and has been faithfully restored into one of Toowoomba’s most dreamy Queenslander cottages - along with an award-winning rose garden. Originally a corner store, it is now a beautiful, light-filled getaway perfect for couples. When we dared to book a weekend away, I convinced Jason to let me indulge in a quiet night alone at Norwood Roses without the kids. Yes, I spent a night at Norwood Roses by myself. I repeat, by myself. And it was amazing. We had planned a little getaway to Toowoomba a few months ago but it got postponed due to another lockdown. So when we drove up the mountain, I couldn't believe we were finally able to enjoy a weekend in this beautiful country town. And as luck would have it, we were able to enjoy Toowoomba's annual Carnival of Flowers. It's the most magical time to visit.
With a washing machine and dryer, safe off-street parking for a car or motorbike, reverse cycle air conditioning and heating, high speed internet and Netflix, all you need to think about is putting your feet up and enjoy your new cosy cottage.