Mango Tree Cottage

Indicative Rate * AU$165 to AU$280

Picture yourself sitting in a claw foot bathtub, enjoying the sweet essence of an argan oil infused warm bath, listening to the sounds of nature, indulging in your favourite glass of wine, and looking onto lush green undulating hills.

You've have just imagined yourself at the beautiful Mango Tree Cottage near Pottsville Beach. At the Cottage, you get a mixture of both the peacefulness that is associated with rural life, as well as the coastal small town feel coupled with white sandy beaches and waterways that is a staple in this area. They have everything you need to unwind, relax, and recharge yourself, including complimentary organic personal care products, fluffy bathrobes, bath salts and gel that will make you want to soak for days.

There is a log fire (with wood provided) to use on those cold wintery nights, heaps of DVDs free to watch as well as boardgames should you want to make it a movie/home entertainment night.

There are two bedrooms plus sunroom - 25 minutes to Byron, 20 minutes to Coolangatta Airport, 1.5 hours from Brisbane.

Come and experience it for yourself!

Kids, pet, and wheelchair friendly!

A virtual tour is available on the website.

Our Rooms

Mango Tree Cottage

The master bedroom has sliding doors to the deck and an en suite with claw foot bath. Second bedroom has the option of two king singles or a king size bed. A sofa bed for extra guests is provided in the sunroom. The cottage comes equipped with a washing machine and dryer.

Complimentary cottage features include tea, ground coffee with plunger, milk, and farm fresh eggs, free WiFi access, hair dryer, fluffy bathrobes, organic personal care products, bath salts and gel from The Body Shop for a relaxing soak in the claw foot bathtub, laundry detergent powder, sponges, toilet paper, handwash, and complimentary chocolate on arrival.

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