This is the perfect place for a weekend break for two! The friendly owner Bill showed us around the spacious cabin and then left us to enjoy our st...
This is the perfect place for a weekend break for two! The friendly owner Bill showed us around the spaciou...
Gorgeous Glass Cabin Rentals in Bushlands of Queensland on Sunshine CoastGlass House Mountains, Queensland (Australia) view map
Description of Glamping Units
Each of these glass cabin rentals, located in the bushlands of Queensland on the Sunshine Coast, features two floor-to-ceiling glass walls, perfect for bringing in natural light and allowing guests to enjoy the beautiful nature around them. For even more exposure, guests can enjoy the wildlife from their deck, which also offers a BBQ. Those looking to relax within the comfort of their own home can enjoy the freestanding double spa bath, centered in the middle of the gorgeous bathroom which also holds one side of a two-sided fireplace (the other side can be enjoyed in the lounge).
The bedroom offers a luxurious king-size bed or two singles upon request. For those wishing to enjoy their own food, the kitchen holds a microwave, fridges, hot plates, and a dishwasher. For extra guests (which require an additional charge per person), the lounge sofa pulls out into a bed. All packages, excluding Stay 5 Pay 4, include a breakfast of fresh fruit, cereal, eggs, bacon, bread, and home-made jam as wells as tea and an espresso machine. Read More
- Air conditioning
- Docking station
- DVD player
- Extra bed(s)
- Hot plate
- Internet connection
- King-size bed
- Kitchen equipment
- Linens provided
- Lounge/Living room
- Private bathroom
- Private hot tub
- Radio/Stereo system
- Running water
- Sofa bed/Futon
- Tea kettle
- Towels provided
- Video games
Each cottage has a spacious living area with magnificent views of one or both of Mt. Beerwah and Mt. Coonowrin, the two grandest of the Glasshouse Mountains. The architect-designed cottages are surrounded on two sides by floor-to-ceiling glass walls to enhance guests' views and give them a feeling of light and space. There is also a deck where glampers can have a barbecue and admire the wild kangaroos or watch the black cockatoos and listen to the laughter of the kookaburras.
Guests can enjoy the property's Lookout Café, which is open seven days a week for eat-in and take-away. The café has incredible views of Mount Coonowrin and the site's mango orchard. Community washing machine and drying facilities can be found in a central area.
- Breakfast included
Location + Surroundings
This glamping property is located in a secluded area in the Glass House Mountains of Queensland, Australia. Glampers will be surrounded by bushland, yet only six kilometers from the nearest town. This site offers guests the best of both worlds—a chance to experience nature, yet be close enough to civilization to pop out to a country pub or local restaurant, if they so desire, or to explore the many attractions of the Sunshine Coast. Read More
This property offers some package deals that are subject to change. The Romantic Massage & Bubbly package includes a free one-hour massage in the cottage for one person per two-day stay and a bottle of champagne to celebrate. Other deals offer savings on booking depending on the season and stay duration. Read More
- Bird watching
- Cooking class
- Horseback riding
- Movie theater
- Music festivals
- Wildlife viewing
Beerwah offers the Australia Zoo, art galleries, and even a go-kart track. Guests can also find art shops and wineries nearby or can visit the beautiful beaches of Caloundra. They can also take advantage of easy access to the Glasshouse Mountains, which are open to the public for climbing and bushwalking and offer beautiful views. The more adventurous types can go rock climbing or horseback riding on specific trails.
- You will receive a 50% refund when you cancel at least 15 days prior to check-in.
Due to the abundant wildlife, no pets are allowed at this property. Smoking is only permitted on the outdoor decks of the cottages.
For bookings starting on a Saturday there is a two-night minimum, and there is a three-night minimum on long weekends and between Xmas and New Year.
Select Photos by Photographer Amy Wren Read More