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Ashmore Palms Holiday Village

Ashmore, Gold Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$100 to AU$335

Set on six hectares of lush, tropically landscaped gardens, Ashmore Palms Holiday Village provides a fun, yet relaxed, holiday setting for families, couples and groups, travelling to the Gold Coast. The Award-winning Village offers guests a range of quality self-contained holiday cabins, extensive family-friendly facilities, unique features and warm hospitality.

Ashmore Palms runs free daily activities for it's holiday guests including: kids' games, craft, and face painting; sand art, photos with the birds and morning tea with tame birds.

The relaxed, resort-style atmosphere at Ashmore Palms is a refreshing alternative to the hustle and bustle of Surfers Paradise, while the Village's central location means that guests are only a short drive from the Gold Coast's most popular attractions including the theme parks, shopping centres and white sandy beaches.

Internet Access

  • Paid Wifi

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Child Pool
  • Conference/Convention Facilities
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
  • Tour Desk

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Swimming

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.
71 Hinde Street
Ashmore, Gold Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Budget Family Villa

The Budget Family Villas are three bedroom cabins, popular with families. These cabins are fully self-contained, with cooking facilities, queen size bed in the master bedroom, a kids bedroom with a two level bunk (recommended for children only), bedroom with single bed, linen, television, DVD, bathroom with separate toilet, air-conditioning and private driveway parking for one vehicle. Sleeps maximum five guests.

Hibiscus Chalet

The Hibiscus Chalets are popular with couples and small families. The compact two bedroom cabins are slightly more spacious than the Holiday Villas. They are fully self-contained, with cooking facilities, double bed in the master bedroom, a compact kids bedroom with a two level bunk (recommended for children only) curtained off from the living area, linen, television, bathroom, air-conditioning, private driveway parking for one vehicle. Sleeps maximum four guests. Recommended for two adults and up to two children.

Macaw Mansion

The Macaw Mansions are one of Ashmore Palms most popular cabin styles, situated close to the Paradise Lagoon. These two bedroom cabins are set across two levels. They are fully self contained with cooking facilities, king size bed in the upstairs parents retreat, ensuite with shower and spa bath, television, DVD, balcony overlooking the lagoons, kids bedroom with two sets of two level bunks, linen, downstairs television with Foxtel, air-conditioning and private driveway parking for one vehicle. Sleeps maximum six guests.

Metro Cabin

The Metro Cabins are popular with couples, small families and business travellers. These modern two bedroom cabins are fully self contained, with cooking facilities, queen size bed in the master bedroom, television, a kids bedroom with a two level bunk and desk, linen, television, DVD, bathroom, air-conditioning, private carport parking for one vehicle. Sleeps maximum four guests.

Holiday Villa

The Holiday Villas are popular with travellers on a budget. These compact two bedroom cabins are fully self-contained, with cooking facilities, double bed in the master bedroom, a compact kids bedroom with a two level bunk (recommended for children only) curtained off from the living area, linen, television, bathroom with separate toilet, air-conditioning and private driveway parking for one vehicle. Sleeps maximum four guests. Recommended for two adults and up to two children.

Melanesian Cabin

The Melanesian Cabins are studio-style cabins, designed with budget travellers in mind. These basic open-plan cabins are fully equipped with cooking facilities, double bed, two level bunk (recommended for children only) in the living area, linen, television, bathroom, air-conditioning and private driveway parking for one vehicle. Sleeps maximum four guests. Recommended for two adults and up to two children.

Palm Cottage

The Palm Cottages are popular middle of the range cabins offering comfort and affordability. These two bedroom cabins are fully self-contained with cooking facilities, queen size bed in the master bedroom, single bed and two level bunk in the second bedroom, linen, television, DVD, bathroom, air-conditioning and private driveway parking for one vehicle. Sleeps maximum five guests.

Lorikeet Lodge

The Lorikeet Lodges are ramp accessible cabins, popular with families with infants or a family member with special needs (with assistance). These two bedroom cabins are fully self contained, with cooking facilities, queen size bed in the master bedroom, second bedroom with a two level bunk and single bed, linen, television with Foxtel, bathroom with shower and toilet (with grab rails), air-conditioning and private carport parking for one vehicle. Sleeps maximum five guests.

Classic Family Villa

The Classic Family Villas are a popular and more affordable option for large families. These three bedroom cabins are fully self-contained, with cooking facilities, queen size bed and television in the master bedroom, second bedroom with a two level bunk, third bedroom with a two level bunk, linen, television, DVD, bathroom with separate toilet, air-conditioning and private driveway parking for one vehicle. Sleeps maximum six guests.

Cactus Cabana

The Cactus Cabanas, decorated in a cute cactus theme, are popular with couples, small families and business travellers. These two bedroom cabins are fully self-contained with cooking facilities, queen size bed in the master bedroom, single bed and two level bunk in the second bedroom, linen, television and DVD player, bathroom, air-conditioning and private carport parking for one vehicle. Sleeps maximum five guests.

Rainforest Retreat

The Rainforest Retreats are Ashmore Palms top-of-the range cabin style. These two bedroom cabins are fully self-contained with cooking facilities and dishwasher, private barbecue, internal laundry, queen size bed in the master bedroom, television, ensuite, kids bedroom with two sets of two level bunks, bathroom with small bath/shower, linen, television, DVD, air-conditioning and private carport parking for one vehicle. Sleeps maximum six guests.

Premium Palm Cottage

Recently renovated and featuring the latest designs in kitchen and bathroom fittings, the Premium Palm Cottages have a fresh, new interior with modern furnishings providing extra comfort for holiday guests. This fully self-contained cabin style can sleep up to five persons.

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