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Mt Cotton Retreat

Mount Cotton, Redland City Area

Indicative Rate * AU$135 to AU$370

The multi-award winning Mt Cotton Retreat nestled on a 20 hectare private bushland nature refuge provides the perfect setting for a high quality getaway. A romantic interlude, a quiet refuge for stressed business people or a fantastic venue for family reunions. The eight stunning new self contained pavilions/cabins by the lake or in the treetops are perfect for those wanting a private place to relax and reconnect.

Beautifully decorated and en-suited rooms and suites in the main Bed and Breakfast house are also available. Each is individually styled and most have private decks or patios.

Perfectly located just 30 minutes from Brisbane city or Gold Coast and 40 minutes from the airport, they an easy getaway and only 10 minutes from Sirromet winery and regional shopping centres/ cinemas/ restaurants. 'Boom-Ber-Pee Private Nature Refuge' here has rare and endangered bushland, over 80 species of birds, along with koalas, wallabies, echidnas and other animals

Full cooked breakfasts are included in most tariffs as well as complimentary port, chocolates and cookies. Enjoying a scrumptious breakfast, private dinner with friends or high tea overlooking the gardens and bushland while you watch the magnificent wild birds feed, sets the mood in this relaxing environment.

Internet Access

  • Paid Wifi

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Communal Lounge
  • Conference/Convention Facilities
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Pets allowed, enquire on booking

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Hiking/Trekking

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.
355 West Mount Cotton Road
Mount Cotton, Redland City Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Tangalooma Room

The superb air-conditioned Tangalooma Room overlooks the gully creek and little waterfalls during rain. The modern styled room has king size bed, private bathroom, private deck and heated towel rail, ceiling fan and fluffy bath robes. It also includes a wide screen LCD television, tea and coffee making facilities and mini fridge.

Pavilions by the Lake or in the Treetops

Stunning self contained pavilions - two overlooking the lake and five set in the treetops. With glass across almost the entire northface, you have great views and fabulous natural light. Your king or queen bed looks out over this vista as does the leather lounge suites. With full kitchen facilities including dishwasher, large bathroom and huge covered screen deck you have plenty of space to relax and enjoy. You can enjoy a high tea on your very big covered screened deck or sip your wine as the sunsets.

2 Bedroom Family Pavilion

Have your own space and place. This beautiful pavilion has two bedrooms, full kitchen ,spacious open plan lounge/dining kitchen filled with natural light. Laundry with washer and dryer. Located about seven minutes from the main house with two private car parks at the back, this is a perfect place to stay.

Zen Room

The large Asian styled and air-conditioned Zen Room has king size bed, large private bathroom, ceiling fan and fluffy bath robes. Included in your room is also a wide screen LCD television, tea and coffee making facilities and mini fridge.

Fernery Suite

This suite consists of two rooms each including a queen-size bed and an in-wall single bunk bed with shared bathroom and kitchenette. The suite is air-conditioned and has and coffee making facility, small fridge, microwave and access to separate television lounge and enclosed patio lounge.

Moreton Suite

The air-conditioned two bedroom Moreton Family suite consists of a comfortable queen sized bed, single bunk set into the wall and small patio in one room. The other large room has a queen bed and two single bunk beds set into the wall. A small kitchenette with microwave is included. Great for two couples sharing or for family groups.

Casbah Room

The air-conditioned Casbah Room is decorated in Middle Eastern theme and has queen size bed, private bathroom with bath, deck with private entry and heated towel rail, ceiling fan, private deck and entry, walk-in robe and fluffy bath robes. As well as wide screen LCD television, tea and coffee
making facilities and mini fridge.

Stradbroke Room

The large air-conditioned Stradbroke Room is overlooks the bush to the east. Enjoy watching the sunrise from your bed. The modern styled room has queen size bed, private bathroom, private deck and heated towel rail, ceiling fan, walk-in robe and fluffy bath robes. As well as wide screen LCD television, tea and coffee making facilities and mini fridge.

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