Bendles Cottages

Balmoral Ridge, Sunshine Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$195 to AU$310

If you crave a weekend away with your partner and have yet to experience the rural hinterland of the Sunshine Coast, don't waste a minute. Just an hour's drive from Brisbane or Noosa, these verdant ranges provide the perfect year round escape. Nestled amidst this picturesque setting, Bendles Cottages offers a premier tranquil escape for couples with every comfort you could desire - especially privacy.

The gourmet breakfast on the weekend or a continental breakfast midweek is a leisurely affair, served to you on your verandah. If you choose to take an invigorating stroll over the rolling hills, you'll need a little sustenance and a gourmet picnic hamper can be arranged. For those seeking some serious exercise, consider taking advantage of the tennis courts with racquets and balls provided. Make sure you follow up with a dip in the spa and a magnificent
massage.

When it comes to an evening romance, you'll be hard pressed to beat the local restaurants, or have a romantic dinner in your cottage from one of the local restaurants. Return to your cottage for a night cap by the crackling fire.

Take time to be a couple again.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Tour Desk

Activities

  • Birdwatching

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
937 Maleny - Montville Road
Balmoral Ridge, Sunshine Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Garden Cottage

Enjoy the privacy and charm of Sonning, Downderry, Bickleigh and Mistover cottages with cooked breakfast served on the veranda during your romantic weekend getaway or arise at your leisure to a continental breakfast basket midweek.

When it comes to an evening of romance, you'll be hard pressed to beat the local restaurants, or have a romantic dinner in your cottage delivered from a local restaurant. Return to your cottage accommodation for a night cap by the crackling fire.

Toorak Cottage

For that romantic getaway escape, Honeymoon or wedding celebration, step inside Toorak cottage, complete with four poster queen size bed, crackling fire and double spa all to enrich the romantic spirit.

Leave the world behind & indulge in each other's company. Create lifetime memories that will last forever.

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