Amore Mt Tamborine

Tamborine Mountain, Scenic Rim Area

Indicative Rate * AU$150 to AU$235

Central accommodation in a natural setting - Just a minute's stroll to Gallery Walk with its cluster of Cafes, Restaurants and Collectable Shops.

When you stay at Amore you can walk to a Waterfall or stroll to three National Park Bush Walking Trails and much much more. They have developed a series of self-drive and walking maps to enhance your experience.Just want to relax and unwind - they have directions for that as well.

Book on this site or give them a call to get the very best deal available anywhere.

You will feel that you have stepped back in time but, of course, modern conveniences are included such as free WiFi, which is available from your room. The four rooms are spacious and beautiful. Some rooms have antique furniture and all feature king size beds, private verandas and blockout curtains.

Five restaurants are within walking distance. You have a choice of Indian, Seafood, French, and a la carte. If you enjoy Irish, Italian, Japanese, Chinese or Polish cuisine, they are only a four minute drive away.

They understand that warm service, a relaxed atmosphere, great accommodation in a central position, and diverse activities are essential for a quality experience.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • Car park
  • Communal Lounge
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Open fireplace
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Tour Desk

Activities

  • Birdwatching

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.
150 Long Road
Tamborine Mountain, Scenic Rim Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

The Blue Delph Deluxe Room

In keeping with the Blue Delph theme this room features mainly navy blue and white colour scheme. The exquisite wooden floors, wooden chairs and bedside tables blend beautifully. This room also features a comfortable single bed which is suitable for a third guest. Books and magazines are placed in the room for your enjoyment.

The white ensuite is large and it has a hand rail for the toilet and a seat in the shower for those needing a little assistance.

It is located on the ground floor adjacent to the guest lounge room and breakfast room.

Its small verandah overlooks the beautiful back garden.

Romantic Suites - Country Rose and Wedgewood

The Country Rose room emits a cosy ambience. It features a Tuscanny pink feature wall with a beautiful maroon and gold doona cover that blend in perfectly with the antique wardrobe, antique red and gold settee, and bedside tables. The soft lighting gives it a very romantic feel. It also features its own private small verandah overlooking the beautiful back gardens. Definitely a room for those with romance in mind!

The Wedgewood room (in keeping with traditional Wedgewood china) is a pretty room with soft blue and crisp white decor. It has access to a very large verandah which overlook the side and front gardens. A favourite with many guests. A room which radiates warmth, charm and elegance.

Doulton Premium Room

The most popular of all the rooms at Amore and is frequently described by guests as ''beautiful''. It is the largest room. The antique wardrobe, chest of drawers, and settee simply add to the elegance of the room. Its gold doona cover assist in creating a rich and luxurious feel. The generous sized en suite features a bath spa.

An extremely popular feature is its very large verandah which overlooks the front garden. Definitely a place to watch the world go by, read that good book, sip on a glass of wine or simply chat to your loved one.

A honeymooners' delight or for those who are fond of luxury.

The Doulton room will not disappoint.

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