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Maleny Country Cottages

Reesville, Sunshine Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$200 to AU$280

Maleny Country Cottages is a country retreat set on a 60 acre forested property and just 75 minutes drive from Brisbane Airport. Experience this quiet alternative from the hustle and bustle of busy roads and city life in their fully self contained and air-conditioned cottages. Offering privacy and tranquillity, where you can enjoy the Australian bush and the abundant wildlife that call their place home.

Take one of the bush walking tracks or just relax on your own private verandah with barbecue facilities and watch the wallabies grazing nearby and the many different birds that will feed at your cottage. Visit the many nearby attractions such as art galleries, craft and coffee shops, restaurants and wineries, antique shops, National Parks, scenic drives and picnics.

Enjoy the scented greenness of the forest and the peace and seclusion of this mountain hideaway. The perfect holiday haven for that romantic weekend, somewhere to bring the family or a get together with a few friends. Stay the weekend, the week, or longer. The stay will be a memorable one.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi
  • Broadband Internet Access

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Gas
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Outdoor furniture

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.
347 Corks Pocket Road
Reesville, Sunshine Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Honeyeater Cottage - 1 Bedroom

Honeyeater Cottage is a fully self-contained, one bedroom cottage with air conditioning, fully equipped kitchen, fireplace, double corner spa, two and three seater lounges, coffee table, television, DVD and stereo. Firewood is supplied. Queen size bed with all linen provided. Car port and veranda with barbecue facilities and outdoor furniture including a bird feeder to attract a variety of birds. This cottage is their newest refurbished cottage, surrounded by the Australian bush and offering privacy and tranquillity. Guests enjoy the wildlife that visit the cottage, the wallabies grazing nearby and the bush walking tracks. Breakfast and barbecue hampers are available on request as well as Champagne and Chocolates or Wine and Cheese packages on arrival.

Bottlebrush Cottage - 2 Bedrooms

Bottlebrush Cottage is a two bedroom, fully self contained, air conditioned cottage. Main bedroom has queen size bed, bedside tables, lights and built-in wardrobe. Second bedroom has twin beds and also with bedside tables, lights and built-in wardrobe. All linen is provided. Fully equipped kitchen and fireplace. Lounge room has a two seater and a three seater lounge with ottomans and coffee table, television, stereo and video cassette recorder/DVD combo. Barbecue on veranda with outdoor furniture and bird feeder to attract wildlife. Bottlebrush Cottage is set in amongst trees and parklike surroundings bringing you closer to nature with bush walking tacks nearby. Breakfast and barbecue hampers are available on request. European champagne and chocolates or wine and cheese packages on arrival may also be requested.

Kookaburra Cottage - 1 Bedroom

Kookaburra Cottage is a one bedroom, fully self-contained, air conditioned cottage with queen size bed, bedside tables, touch lights and wardrobe. All linen is provided. Fully equipped kitchen and fireplace with wood supplied. Lounge room has a three seater lounge with ottomans and coffee table, television, stereo and video cassette recorder/DVD combo. Barbecue on veranda with outdoor furniture and bird feeder to attract the wildlife. Kookaburra Cottage is set in amongst trees and parklike surroundings bringing you closer to nature and enjoying privacy and tranquillity. Breakfast and barbecue hampers are available on request. European asti champagne and chocolates or wine and cheese packages on arrival may also be requested.

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