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Highway 264 (Between Marker 8 & 9), Dyer, NV 89010
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Phone Number(888) 411-3349

Nevada isn't all casinos, deserts and the fast life. With places like Queensland Vineyard B&B, it's very possible to enjoy a peaceful, relaxed and nature filled romantic escape - so why not?


Family owned and operated, the Queensland Vineyard B&B is actually located between miles 8 and 9 on Highway 264, on the Bill Hartman Ranch - a working alfalfa farm supplying hay to the California dairies.


Here, you'll find eight varieties of wine grapes in the vineyard, as well as four varieties of lavender lining the garden.


Three guest rooms are waiting for you at the B&B, and each come with it's own private bathroom.  The downstairs Marteney Room offers views of the White Mountains, as does the upstairs Sangiovese Room. The Reisling Room features views of the Silver Peak range - but whatever room you select, you won't be disappointed.


Each of the rooms are warmly decorated, really giving you that cozy home away from home feel - your own oasis in the desert.


Each morning, a full breakfast awaits with buttermilk waffles, fruits, cereals, and eggs. Should you want dinner, arrangements can be made.

Queensland Vineyard B&B is a Nevada escape with a difference.


The surrounding landscapes ensure your adventures can continue long after your set foot outside the property every morning. The nearby White Mountains will call your name, or history buffs will love exploring Gold Point Ghost Town with the actual town of Goldfield allowing you to step back into the early 20th century.


Fishing is a great option, or 4-wheel drive adventures. You can even shoot Civil War-era pistols.


A unique and unforgettable experience for couples, changing your view on what a romantic getaway in Nevada could really be.


In Fish Lake Valley, Nevada, just five hours from Los Angeles, they offer a soothing “peace & quiet” along with breathtaking views and a brilliant night sky, free of city light pollution.


A remote and isolated edge of Nevada, Dyer is just a stones-throw from the California border.  Just over an hour’s drive to Mammoth Ski Resort via Highway 6 and the Benton Crossing and only five hours from Los Angeles via Highways 14 & 395.


They are Motorcycle, Pet and Vegetarian-Friendly


- Breakfast Included

- Balcony / Porch

- 1hr from Mammoth Ski Resort

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