The Odd Gecko

Canungra, Scenic Rim Area

Indicative Rate * AU$140 to AU$175

The Odd Gecko in Canungra is an award winning boutique guesthouse, that sleeps 12 comfortably in five guest suites, and having five guest bathrooms.

Handy to O'Reilly's, it is ideally situated for your next short holiday, if your interests include World Heritage rainforests, wineries, Paragliding and hang-gliding, hot air ballooning, scenic drives, restaurants and galleries. Even Gold Coast theme parks are just a 25 minute drive away.

After spending a day enjoying the incomparable hinterland of the Gold Coast, return to relax within the beautifully appointed guesthouse, complete with pool, spa and comfortable rooms with generous appointments.

Groups particularly enjoy this property. Each of the five bedrooms is superbly set up, exuding an modern country charm. French doors lead out to comfortable seating - a favourite place for those relaxing get-togethers. All rooms are supplied with a locally sourced organic muesli breakfast with organic yogurt and fresh fruit. Also on hand in the rooms you have tea/coffee making facilities and all is included.

A leisurely breakfast can be enjoyed in the dining room or you can choose to enjoy it "alfresco" just outside your room on the screened verandah or deck.

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Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
12-14 King Street
Canungra, Scenic Rim Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Room 3 Rainforest

Centrally located off the hallway, this attractive room in offers both a country style queen bed and single sized ensemble. Wooden features give a modern country feel and charming bedding and appointments ensure your complete relaxation. Hanging space is available, as is a colour television, clock radio and bar fridge.

French doors lead to a fully screened verandah where comfortable seating and the cool ambience soothe your spirits. Just across the hallway is a beautifully appointed private bathroom with a luxurious feel. Fully ducted air conditioning allows you to stay in complete comfort. There is even room for a cot if required.

At the end of the hallway, this very large room that invites one in. Beautifully crafted timber floors and furnishings and fine bedding please the eye. Your flat screen television receives all free to air channels.

Fully ducted air conditioning allows you to stay in complete comfort. The stylish ensuite features a corner shower/bath and a pair of white french doors lead out to the fully screened verandah. Sit in comfort and soak in the themes of nature that unfold before you. A bar fridge is conveniently placed in the room for guests' use.

On the lower level is a Kingbed room opening onto a private enclosed sunny, garden area.

This garden room is en suited and is beautifully appointed having king bed, sofa bed (double), airconditioning, television, fridge, microwave, tea/ coffee making facilities and clock radio. Just outside, is a secluded, paved area complete with patio setting to relax at. This room has easy access to the pool and barbecue area. The privacy of the garden room makes it a favourite with quite a number of guests.

Room 1 Platypus

The Platypus Room: Located at the end of the hallway this room features a Queen size Ensemble bed, TV, clock radio, small refrigerator and en suite bathroom. The private timber balcony features a comfortable table setting, with views to Tamborine Plateau & Canungra Range, and overlooks the pool spa and BBQ area.

Room 4 Wattle

The Wattle Room is adjacent to the lounge room, this room features high ceilings, TV, clock/radio and a small refrigerator . White french doors opening to a shared terrace with table and chairs. A beautifully appointed private bathroom has a twin shower.

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