The glamper's shack is one of three private pavilions at The Bower, rustique rainforest retreat; a tiny, close-knit hamlet only 10 minutes drive from Maleny. The glamper's shack is the original and best tiny house on wheels in Australia; a hideaway where you can get back to nature and switch off in the quiet bush surrounds and sounds. Includes: light breakfast*, free WiFi*, romantic touches, quality linen, bush pool*and outdoor fireplace*. To enjoy the outdoor fire all-year-round, BYO wood.
“The tiny home was great and very relaxing. We were worried about it being a bit nippy since we decided to stay in winter but it was surprisingly cosy and we were supplied with a heater and warm blankets. It was lovely going to sleep and waking up to nothing but the sound of wind and birds in the trees. Wanita was also very friendly and easy to communicate with.”
Self-contained stone cottage with magnificent views of the Glass-house Mountains. Private driveway and completely rural setting. 5 minutes from Birches restaurant and 15 minutes from Woodford township. Short drive to the Mt Mee Forest Trail in the DÁguilar National Park.
“A beautiful spot in the mountains, lovely cottage, perfect space for relaxing. Nice & warm thanks to indoor fireplace. Hosts super friendly and made me feel at home. Would stay again.”
Rustic cabin with rural views overlooking a small dam. Lots of bird life and nature all around, based a short 5 min drive from the centre of Woodford , with its old world charm and great pub. The Cabin is contained with A/C x 2, kitchen with cooking facilities and full bathroom. Large deck with views. A basic continental breakfast will be provided as a help yourself within the cabin kitchen . Park at the top of the path ( infront of the no cars sign) and walk down the path.30 second walk .
“Loved this gorgeous wooden cabin. It is a beautifully compact size, inspiring in it's design. Air con & fans inside, and beautiful breezes from outside made it consistently cool. Very tranquil setting. It was lovely to just sit and look at the peaceful view of the nearby countryside, watch the array of wildlife and generally feel worlds away.”