Bellthorpe Stays - Nature's Retreat

Bellthorpe, Moreton Bay Area

Indicative Rate * AU$165 to AU$300

Bellthorpe Stays: Natures Retreat. Beautiful accommodation with access to private waterfalls, rainforest, walking tracks, wildlife, wilderness plus farming. Next to Bellthorpe NP.

Bellthorpe Stays is the place to get away from it all and catch up on the rest and relaxation you've been missing out on - just over an hour from Brisbane and half an hour to Maleny. You can stay at the traditional timber Cottage for up to three people (great for friends or couples) or one of the two bedroom Cabins - suits up to five people (great for family, friends and couples).

Located in the tranquil, leafy area of Bellthorpe, not far from Maleny in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland, both the Cottage and Cabins are self-contained accommodation. There's lots of open space, cool breezes, wide verandas, local views, wood heater for cool nights and well equipped kitchen. Linen is supplied.

You have access to our own rainforest and waterfalls: all accessible on our walking tracks on 400 acres and next to the wilderness of Bellthorpe National Park, with birds aplenty.

You can rest and relax, take in the country atmosphere, explore or do nothing! Come and enjoy Bellthorpe Stays: Easy to take it easy!

Our Rooms

Bellthorpe Cabins

Bellthorpe Cabins are part of the Bellthorpe Stays accommodation with 3 two bedroom cabins available, each sleeping up to 5 people, with private waterfalls, rainforest and walking tracks. The property is surrounded by rainforest country, borders Bellthorpe National Park and is a great place for couples, or family and friends to get together. Each cabin has a well equipped kitchen, television, DVD, stereo, barbecue, wood heater, electric blankets on the queen beds, washing machine and a deck with views into the wilderness or across the property.

Bellthorpe Cottage

The Cottage is a great place for couples to get away from it all and recharge the batteries; complete with rainforest, waterfalls, walking tracks and resident wildlife, all on the 400 acre property and bordering the Bellthorpe National Park. Plus, about half the property runs cattle - peacefully grazing away. Accommodation is a queen bed and a single bed in a separate room. The Cottage is self catering with a well equipped kitchen, barbecue, wood heater for those cosy cool nights and wide verandas with views across the property.

Whipbird Cabin

Whipbird Cabin is part of Bellthorpe Stays and sits at the top of the ridge over looking that pasture paddocks across the property. Whipbird still has all the normal access to waterfalls, rainforest and walking tracks, but with a rural farm outlook

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