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Montville Country Cabins

Montville, Sunshine Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$250 to AU$320

Montville Country Cabins offers nine beautifully appointed cabins set in 16 acres of gorgeous grounds, complete with lake and surrounded by National Park, just four kilometres from Montville Village.

The fully self contained cottages have been built with privacy and comfort in mind, and are packed with features to make your stay a truly memorable one - from crackling wood fires, air conditioning and double spas, to private balconies with magnificent views.

Dim the lights, light the log fire and step into the spa. Stimulate your senses and rejuvenate your body with a relaxing 'in house' massage.

Wake up to a delicious breakfast hamper. Experience local award winning restaurants or dine in with a delicious gourmet barbecue or seafood hamper delivered to your cottage.

Picnic by the lake, walk in the gardens or just sit back and relax and be entertained by the birdlife.
This is a perfect location for a boutique wedding either in the gardens, a marquee or the Barn, a family celebration or a memorable honeymoon.

We also cater for small Executive meetings in our newly converted barn. Meeting facilities in a gorgeous location, with wonderful opportunities for partner activities.

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Conference/Convention Facilities
  • Open fireplace
  • Outdoor furniture

Activities

  • Birdwatching

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
396 Western Avenue
Montville, Sunshine Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Cosy, luxurious and well equipped, these cabins offer all that is needed for a comfortable and relaxing stay - a fully equipped kitchen, king size bed, wood fire, private balcony with barbecue and a king sized spa bath with a view over the lake and rainforest. Flat screen television, DVD player, stereo with i-pod dock are all there if the view and the evening star show are not sufficient to keep you entertained. For unique experience try the "rain-on-the-roof". The cabins are surrounded by beautiful gardens and natural bush, fresh flowers continue the feeling inside.

Perfect for couples, but infants can be catered for. Tariff includes continental breakfast hamper sufficient for your stay. Enjoy complimentary chocolates and great coffee in front of the fire or on your private verandah.

Silky Oak Cottage

This cosy cabin is perfect for a couple. Cosy, luxurious and well equipped, this cabin offers all that is needed for a comfortable and relaxing stay - a fully equipped kitchen, queen size bed in a separate bedroom, wood fire, private balcony with barbecue and a beautiful view over the lake and grounds. Flat screen television, DVD player, stereo with i-pod dock are all there if the view and the evening star show are not sufficient to keep you entertained. For unique experience try the "rain-on-the-roof". The cabins are surrounded by beautiful gardens and natural bush, fresh flowers continue the feeling inside.

Perfect for couples, but infants can be catered for. Tariff includes continental breakfast hamper sufficient for your stay. Enjoy complimentary chocolates and great coffee in front of the fire or on your private verandah.

Two Storey Cabin

The two storey cabins are a delightful blend of cosy and modern. As you step onto the polished timber floors you are greeted by stunning views over the lake. Luxurious and well equipped, these cabins offer all that is needed for a comfortable and relaxing stay - a fully equipped kitchen, king size bed, wood fire, private balcony with barbecue with a view over the lake and rainforest and a king sized spa bath. Flat screen television, DVD player, stereo with i-pod dock are all there if the view and the evening star show are not sufficient to keep you entertained. For unique experience try the "rain-on-the-roof". The cabins are surrounded by beautiful gardens and natural bush, fresh flowers continue the feeling inside.

Perfect for couples, but perfect for families or groups of friends. The upstairs bedroom with king size bed and two single beds and a sofa bed downstairs, means room for everyone. Tariff includes continental breakfast hamper sufficient for your stay. Enjoy complimentary chocolates and great coffee in front of the fire or on your private verandah.

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