Lillypilly's Cottages and Day Spa

Maleny, Sunshine Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$270 to AU$395

Lillypilly's Cottages and Day Spa is your perfect country retreat, situated in the magical Sunshine Coast Hinterland of Maleny. Magnificent views overlook the sub-tropical countryside of Lake Baroon, or onto a tropical rainforest garden where cicadas can be heard singing mightily at dusk. The luxuriously appointed cottages and superb food, make Lillypilly's truly unique. Warm hospitality and quality service will ensure your stay at Lillypilly's is a truly memorable one.

Lillypilly's five country style cottages are all equipped with spacious double spas, cosy log fires, televisions, DVDs, stereo systems, queen size beds, kitchenettes, air conditioning, and wifi . The private spacious decks are perfect for taking in the fresh clean country air or lazing in the hammock.

An abundant breakfast menu provides guests with a range of fully-cooked breakfast choices provided daily, and evening meals are available 4 nights a week, and served each course at a time to your private cottage ... restaurant dining just for 2.

In the warmer months you can take a dip in the saltwater pool, especially refreshing on a summer's day. The extensive Day Spa menu provides a variety of beauty and rejuvenation treatment options.

Come and experience the difference, at Lillypilly's.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Pets allowed, enquire on booking
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Swimming

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.
584 Maleny-Montville Road
Balmoral Ridge
Maleny, Sunshine Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

The Rainforest Garden Cottage has a spacious double spa in an alcove off the lounge area, queen size bed, separate ensuite with a shower, lounge with cosy log fire, reverse cycle air conditioning, television, DVD, compact disc player, kitchenette, and a verandah surrounded by rainforest trees with a hammock. A fully-cooked breakfast is included in this rate. Romantic candlelit dinners served in the privacy of your cottage are available as an optional extra.

The Lakeview Cottage has a spacious double spa in an alcove off the lounge area with beautiful views. There is a queen size bed, separate ensuite with a shower, lounge area with a cosy log fire, reverse-cycle air-conditioning, television, DVD, compact disc player, kitchenette, a hammock and a verandah with magnificent views out to North Maleny and Lake Baroon. A fully-cooked breakfast is included in this rate. Romantic Candlelit Dinners served in the privacy of your cottage are available through the week as an optional extra.

The Lakeview Deluxe Cottage has a spacious double-spa in an alcove off the lounge area with magnificent views to Lake Baroon and the surrounding countryside. There is a queen size bed, ensuite with separate shower, lounge with cosy log fire, television, DVD, compact disc player, reverse cycle air-conditioning, kitchenette, and a verandah with hammock. This cottage has fabulous views from the lounge, bedroom, spa and deck. A fully-cooked breakfast is included in this rate. Romantic candle lit dinners served in the privacy of your cottage are optionally available through the week.

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