The Falls Montville

Montville, Sunshine Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$113 to AU$335

Tucked away in sub-tropical rainforest, The Falls Montville's six spacious, romantic "Queenslander" style cottages and magnificent four bedroomed Manor House offer total privacy, luxury and seclusion. Superb service standards and excellent amenities are The Falls' hallmarks.

It's the ideal sanctuary to unwind and rediscover life's simple pleasures while listening to nature's chorus. Situated only 300 metres from Kondalilla National Park and with the Sunshine Coast Hinterland Great! Walk passing the front door this is the perfect venue for those interested in the outdoors. Complimentary bottled spring water is available to take on nature walks with return transfers provided by your hosts.

Air-conditioning, ceiling fans, wood fires, private ensuited bathrooms (for all rooms) and generous verandahs with barbecues allow guests to relax in comfort. Double spas, pampering spa products, two person showers and soft fluffy robes. Little extras including fresh croissants, complimentary cappuccinos, fresh roses, fine chocolates and port ensure your stay at The Falls is memorable. Gourmet breakfast provisions are supplied. A restaurant booking service and free restaurant transfers are provided.

The Falls is 90 minutes north of Brisbane in the charming Sunshine Coast Hinterland mountain village of Montville - with its array of cafes, galleries and restaurants.

20 Kondalilla Falls Road
Montville, Sunshine Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Spacious open plan Queenslander cottage furnished with country style timber furniture and antique collectables and featuring a large verandah.

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