Modern Cabin with Panoramic Nature Views in Lamington, Queensland, AustraliaLamington, Queensland (Australia)
Modern Cabin with Panoramic Nature Views in Lamington, Queensland, Australia
"Beautiful place that what we wanted for! Birds are sining in the morning, Stars are dancing in the night. Little creek is right next to the propert…"
Nestled along Christmas Creek in Lamington, Queensland, Australia, glampers can find this modern and secluded cabin rental. Perfect for adventurous guests who appreciate comfort and style, those who stay will be able to enjoy amazing mountain views as well as amazing access to nature. With the ability to accommodate two guests comfortably, this spacious, one-room, eco-friendly cabin is perfect for any occasion.
Inside, guests can experience a calm nights sleep on the queen-size bed while waking up to plenty of natural light illuminating the cabin. The daybed along the window is the ideal place to finish a book or have an afternoon nap in the sun. Glampers will appreciate the comfort of a chic full bathroom with a toilet, sink, and shower.
The cabin boasts a full kitchen, where those who stay can easily prepare meals for themselves throughout the duration of their getaway. Meals can be shared either inside around the dining table, or outside on the spacious deck with panoramic views of the Australian Outback. The deck also boasts a fire pit, so guests can enjoy a warm night under the vast, starry sky.
This modern site has all the facilities required to prepare a delicious meal. There is also a BBQ, wood-fired bakers oven, fireplace and outdoor fire
- 1 Queen-size bed
- Outdoor pool
- Shared Barbecue
- Private Kitchen
- Linens and pillows
- Fire pit
Our greatest advantage is our relative isolation. We do not get much traffic on Christmas Creek Road. Our two cabins are set on a 60 acre property. Bimbul and Serenity are150m apart. Both have their own private creek frontage. Each cabin has its own gated entry. As a matter of course we have always tried to keep our cabins in perfect condition. But we are taking extra steps to ensure the best possible practice is maintained in matters of hygiene. All bookings have a 'Closed to Departure' on the day of arrival and a 'Closed to Arrival' on the guest's departure. This will ensure the cleaning process is not rushed. All of our linen is thoroughly washed at 95'C. We add eucalyptus oil to enhance the clean. The duvet cover is included in our washing routine after every visit. We do not outsource this work. Our labour is your guarantee. Linen also has a minimum time in reserve/storage after every use. Time in storage is upwards of 96 hours. The COVID-19 virus survives on hard surfaces for around 72 hours. Therefore, it is an added measure of sterilization. Every hard surface is cleaned with disinfectant and includes chair frames, light switches, appliances, our two-way, wifi speaker, lamps, all door handles and window sills. We wear gloves. Social Distancing is maintained with our guests. Most times our guests simply let themselves in. We can communicate at all times by two way. As our cabins are self-contained there is little need for further contact.
- Response rate: 100%
- Response time: Within 1 day
- Joined in 2014
- More than 50 bookings
2 accommodations in Glamping Hub
Check-in: From 02:00 PM
Check out: 10:00 AM
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Some spaces are shared
This is a non smoking site.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
Lamington, Queensland (Australia)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Horseback riding
- Wildlife watching
Totally self-contained, this site offers the complete hideaway for those who need the space to unwind and revitalize. Think lazing in a hammock under the rainforest canopy, reading a book, watching the birds, or swimming in the private rock pools of the nearby creek. For the more adventurous, there's plenty of opportunity to explore. This is an extraordinary bush experience on the edge of the wilderness end of Lamington National Park. This ancient gorge area is home to prolific wildlife, some rare and endangered. The activities include bird watching, photography, self guided walks, catch and release fishing, rock-hopping over the two creeks, or just taking it easy and lazing in your hammock. Some glampers might even be able to catch some of the events in the Scenic Rim area, such as Arts in the Olives, Farm Gate Festival, winery drives, Wyaralong Dam and Market Days.