Eumarella Shores Noosa Lake Retreat

Noosaville, Noosa Area

Indicative Rate * AU$280 to AU$670

Discover this absolute lakefront Noosa retreat nestled on the banks of pristine Lake Weyba. Luxury location offering a selection of stunning lakefront accommodation, only a short drive to Noosa's fabulous restaurants and beach's, or the Eumundi Markets.

Perfect getaway for couples or families. Discover the Noosa less travelled. Explore the natural beauty of Lake Weyba and it's everglade creeks in your complimentary canoe. Enjoy fishing, bike-riding and bushwalking in the 50 acres of nature refuge. Pamper yourself with an in house massage. Snuggle up in front of a log fire. Simply soak up some sun on your private lakeside timber deck or terrace.

A selection of individually themed romantic cottages, contemporary lakehouse's and a stunning luxury lakehouse. Cottages accommodate two guests, lakehouse's two to four guests and the luxury lakehouse, two to six guests. Most bathrooms feature a king single or double spa bath with a view to the lake or unspoilt native bush-land. All accommodation options enjoy unparalleled lake vistas, whilst a little further from the water's edge, nestled among native bush garden is a secluded garden lakehouse also enjoying beautiful views to the lake from the verandah.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Conference/Convention Facilities
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Open fireplace
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Tour Desk

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Canoeing
  • Cycling
  • 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.
251 Eumarella Road
Lake Weyba
Noosaville, Noosa Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Lakehouses

The individually themed two bedroom lakehouses feature works by local artists complemented by soft furnishings using limited edition designer fabrics. All with romantic wood fires. Enjoy your lakeside timber deck and verandah with fantastic lake views.

Lakehouses feature two bathrooms one with spa bath (king single). The Garden Lakehouse nestled amongst bush garden is situated a little further away with lake views from verandah. It has two bathrooms both with a spa (king single and double spa) the perfect choice for two couples. Available as a one or two bedroom. Sleep a maximum of four guests. All have a complimentary canoe.

Deluxe Lakehouses

Architecturally designed spacious two bedroom lakehouses featuring large verandahs, natural plywood, polished floors, skylights, stone benchtops, quality appliances, contemporary furnishings. Bathrooms - one lakehouse with one bathroom with single spa and the other lakehouse with two bathrooms both with shower only. All with separate powder room. Wood or gas fuelled log fires. Air-conditioned. Dishwasher. Private grassed lakeside terrace. Complimentary canoe or kayak. Sleeps up to six including sofa bed. Available as a one bedroom or two bedroom.
One Deluxe Lakehouse is disable friendly with wheelchair access ramp and wheelchair friendly bathroom.

Luxury Lakehouse

Watch the moon rise above the lake at "Gooloowaa" (meaning moonlight). The three bedroom Luxury Lakehouse features double spa's in two bedrooms, two bathrooms plus two powder rooms. The luxury lakehouse's decor is contemporary indigenous theme to compliment the amazing adobe walls handmade from the ground on which it stands. The rooms also contains a superb kitchen featuring granite benches and European appliances including dishwasher. Floor to ceiling glass opens onto the lakefront deck with stairs leading down to a raised boardwalk and a timber deck hovering over the water. Complimentary two person canoe. Air conditioned. The Lakehouse can sleep up to six guests. Available as one bedroom, two bedroom or three bedroom.

Deluxe Cottage

Traditional Queenslander style cottages located 10 metres from lake's edge. One bedroom (Queen bed) with One bathroom (shower only). One cottage features double spa bath on verandah and the other a duo bath in bedroom. Fully self contained, comprehensively equipped kitchens with dishwashers. Combined kitchen/dining and lounge area. Log-fire and air conditioning. Both with private lakefront deck and complimentary two person canoe.

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