Eumundi's top 5 stays you’ll never want to leave

HOLA at Eumundi

In fact, this melting pot of creativity is what put the famous Eumundi Markets on the map. So it’s entirely fitting that one of Eumundi’s accommodation offerings – HOLA – pays homage to the town’s roots. 

HOLA sets the tone for what's on offer here, with boutique stays at the heart of an unforgettable Eumundi escape. 

From heritage cottages to one of Australia's best Airbnb’s, we've rounded up five places to rest your head on your next Eumundi escape.

Prepare for WOW at HOLA Eumundi

HOLA, Eumundi

HOLA, Eumundi

HOLA is a 15-room boutique escape nestled behind the iconic Imperial Hotel, with each room showcasing bespoke local art for sale. 

HOLA stands for House of Local Art, a project which celebrates and honours the talents of local artists, craftspeople, makers and designers. 

Inspired by local landscapes and the essence of Eumundi’s creative culture, each room has its own contemporary chic style, but with a laid-back feel. Immerse yourself in the tiny details and thoughtful surprises, which make this a breathtaking space, a place for kindred spirits to enjoy, that feels instantly like home.  

Escape to The Farmhouse Villas

Prepare for your holiday stay expectations to be spectacularly surpassed at Farmhouse Villas.

With awe-inspiring views over Noosa hinterlands, this sprawling, grand dame of a place is just 750m from the famous Eumundi Markets and the buzz of Eumundi township. 

Each villa at this hinterland haven has its own kitchenette, lounge, bathroom, bedroom and private balcony to start your mornings nice and slow. 

Unwind in the romantic garden/gazebo areas or burn off some of the market carbs in the large resort-style pool or tennis court. Dreamy!

Rekindle romance at Eumundi Rangeview Cottage

Eumundi Rangeview Cottage. Credit: Hannah Puechmarin

Eumundi Rangeview Cottage. Credit: Hannah Puechmarin

It’s just cute as a button at Eumundi Rangeview Cottage!  

Take your idea of a picture-perfect getaway, then brace yourself because this place outshines any glossy mag, wannabe weekender hands down.

No detail has been spared in this labour of love restoring the 1910 cottage to its former glory and then some. 

You’ll feel like you’re staying in a museum crossed with a design lovers’ masterpiece with its ornate internal fretwork and fireplaces, expansive veranda and exquisite designer fabrics, antique furniture and eclectic artwork. Soak up the serenity with views of Mount Cooroy and surrounds in this heavenly private retreat. Do your mental health a favour and go.

Indulge in history Yandina Station

Yandina Station, Yandina

Yandina Station, Yandina

Built in 1853, Yandina Station is a country estate and working cattle property that oozes luxury and a bygone era. 

Take your special person away from it all in your own, secluded two-bedroom cottage, where you’ll feel the tranquillity billowing among the eucalypts and Moreton Bay Fig Trees.

Nothing has been spared to ensure your weekend getaway is a hit, with light filled living spaces opening up to timber decks perfectly positioned to overlook the lush grazing pastures of the historic 220-acre cattle station. 

Thinking about getting hitched? The Station has been making people’s special days extra special since 1996. What are you waiting for? Classic Australian country hospitality awaits. 

Stay in a postcard at Little Red Barn 

Now, do we have a thing or two to tell you about Little Red Barn! Talk about picture perfect. This place should be a postcard.

Start your evenings right surrounded by trees and fields with a soak in the clawfoot bathtub on the veranda, before moving inside for a weighty Shiraz under the soaring vaulted ceilings. It’s a place you’ll feel a sense of grandeur without losing the cosiness. But let’s not forget the heated concrete water tank swimming pool outside, up high overlooking the countryside. Now this is living!    

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