Are you looking for somewhere to relax with family, stay for nearby wedding, or to take in one or more of the many local wineries? Or perhaps you would like to visit and enjoy the many hiking tracks or amazing waterfalls in this glorious Tamborine Mountain rainforest setting. Whatever your reason, you can enjoy it all from this spacious 4 Bedroom Dutch Colonial style home with spectacular 180 degree panoramic views from Stradbroke Island to Coolangatta.
This two story home has lovely street appeal with its white picket fence and pretty front gardens exuding a fairytale charm and chalet style allure. Step through the double front doors and you will be wowed by the sense of space and light created by the lofty cathedral ceilings.
On this level you can enjoy the large family lounge room which flows onto the dining room, adjacent to the kitchen. Walk through the archway from the lounge room or kitchen and you’ll find yourself in the games room which features a built in bar and slate pool table. Also on this level are two large bedrooms (master with Queen size bed, and 2nd bedroom with 2 x single beds) serviced by a two way family bathroom. Sliding doors from the dining room and master bedroom lead out to a full length deck that offers amazing uninterrupted views of the Pacific Ocean, and the rolling hills of the Gold Coast hinterland. By night you can enjoy views of the twinkling lights of the Gold Coast skyline.
Upstairs you will find another two large bedrooms (one with Queen bed and the other with Double bed), both also offering sitting areas for your private comfort. This level is serviced by another two way bathroom and a large living area which leads out to a second full length deck. You’ll think you are on top of the world!
As we have tank water, we will provide you some water bottles, tea, coffee and milk.
please consider when using water as water storage is limited.
Our kitchen fully set up for your convenience with some basic cooking ingredients ..salt, sugar, oil, sauces...
We hope that you will have great memories on Tamborine Mt