The Cedar Room is a self-contained suite with a private outdoor sitting area from which to enjoy the native wildlife or settle back with a good book. Continental breakfast and cheese platter on arrival is included in the tariff.
Only 30 minutes from the Gold Coast, and 5 min from Binna Burra, Lamington National Park, we are ideally situated for bushwalkers, birdwatchers, photographers, and those looking for an escape from city life.
A quiet, private retreat in the Gold Coast Hinterland.
The Cedar Room has a comfortable double bed and private ensuite. There is a kitchenette with microwave (no stove-top or oven), electric frypan, toaster, sandwich maker and egg cooker. There are large windows to see out to beautiful gardens and to view the many birds moving throughout the property anytime of the day.
A selection of tea, coffee and cereal is provided and a breakfast tray including fruit, yoghurt, and breads will be placed in your fridge upon arrival. Your ensuite includes towels, toiletries, hairdryer and basic first aid kit.
Interaction with guests
We will respect your privacy whilst you are staying with us but sometimes you might see us moving about the property, feeding animals, gardening and enjoying our yard.
Ken is a keen birdwatcher and also has natural habitat aviaries around the garden. He is always ready to chat about birds. Having lived and worked on Beechmont for the last 32 years, we are happy to recommend our favourite walks, drives, eateries and places for relaxing and birdwatching if you ask us.
Other things to note
Beechmont sits on the Lamington Plateau with outstanding views in every direction. Rosin's Lookout is a popular place for hanggliders and paragliders. The Binna Burra section of world-heritage listed Lamington National Park covers over 160km of graded walking tracks and is home to the majestic Antarctic Beech, pademelons and Albert's lyrebird.
- A private cottage is on site. Please respect the tenants privacy.
Ken and Karen live on 5 acres not far from world-heritage listed Lamington National Park.
Ken enjoys bird-watching, photography and spending time in his natural habitat aviaries, whilst Karen enjoys hand-made crafts and home-grown produce.
We both love gardening and exploring Australia and we enjoy hearing and sharing travel stories with other's. We live in a beautiful part of Queensland and enjoy sharing our lovely property with others.