Hotel accommodation near Glass on Glasshouse Cottages Glass House Mountains - Glass House Mountains Australia

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Glass on Glasshouse Cottages Glass House Mountains

General Description Three architect-designed stylish and beautiful self-contained cottages surrounded by bushland and with magnificent Mountain views. They are set well away from the road, yet only 6Km from the nearest town of Glasshouse Mountains. We offer you the chance to experience nature, yet be close enough to civilisation to pop out to a country pub or local restaurant if you desire. Each cottage has a spacious living area with magnificent views of one or both of Mount Beerwah and Mount Coonowrin (the two grandest of the Glasshouse Mountains). These contemporary cottages are surrounded on two sides by floor-to-ceiling glass walls to enhance your views, and give you a feeling of light and space. There is also a deck where you can sit and watch the kangaroos, or listen to the sounds of the Kookaburras and Black Cockatoos, and enjoy a sundowner with your BBQ. The bedroom features a comfortable King-size bed (or two singles if requested). The centrepiece of the bathroom is a gorgeous freestanding double spa bath. For those romantic winter nights there's a beautiful 2-sided fire which can be experienced from the bathroom as well as the lounge. If you feel like cooking there's a kitchenette with microwave, fridge, Smeg hot plates and a dishwasher. For entertainment the cottages feature a flat-screen High Definition TV and Blu-Ray PS3 DVD player. There's also an iPod dock if you want to listen to your own music. For parties of 3, there's a sofa bed inthe lounge (with extra charge for 3rd person). A washing machine and drying facilities are also available in a central area. A daily breakfast basket is included, including fresh fruit, juice, cereal, eggs, bacon and bread. Tea and coffee and an espresso machine are also provided. Unfortunately, because there's a lot of local wildlife pets aren't allowed. Please note that smoking is only allowed on the deck of the cottages. Attractions For entertainment the cottages feature a CD player, flat-screen High Definition TV and Blu-Ray DVD player. Go strawberry picking (May-November) at one of the local self-pick farms. You are close enough to civilisation to pop out to the nearby country pub or local restaurants. Some of the pubs and RSLs offer a pick-up service (mainly at weekends). Or you can venture further afield to the bright lights of Caloundra, Mount Mee, Maleny or Maroochydore for fine dining. Do some walks around (or up) the Glasshouse Mountains (see Qld National Parks and Wildlife). There are plenty to choose from. You can even walk in 10 minutes to the main scenic lookout for the Glasshouse Mountains. Glide over Glasshouse on a balloon flight with Skydrifter Balloons. This must be the best possible way to see the wonderful shapes of these spectacular mountains. Visit the late Steve Irwin's famous Australia Zoo. Play 18-holes of golf at Woodford, Beerwah (15 mins), or Caloundra (25 mins). Visit the Caloundra markets every Sunday (25 mins), or the famous Eumundi markets (Wed and Sat). Child Policy A 3rd person (adult or child) can be accommodated on the sofa bed in the lounge for$70/night. Transportation If coming from the direction of Brisbane: Stay on the M1 (Bruce Hwy) until you see a sign for the scenic route to Glasshouse Mountains and Beerwah (Scenic Route 24, Steve Irwin Way), and take this turnoff. After about 4 Km turn left into Beerburrum, go through the village, and then take the first road on the right (Beerburrum-Woodford Rd). It's also signposted for the scenic lookout. Keep on this road for about 4 Km until you come to a fork in the road, and take the right hand fork (this is Old Gympie Rd, also signposted for the scenic lookout). Keep on this road for about 2 Km. Then take the first road on the left, which is Glasshouse-Woodford Rd (also signposted for the scenic lookout). We're about 2 Km up this road, our entrance is immediately after the Lookout Cafe. If the cafe is open, then check-in will be done at the cafe, otherwise ring us on 0431 101208 when you arrive and we'll meet you at the cottages for checkin. If coming from the North: From the M1 (Bruce Hwy), after the turnoff for Caloundra take the turnoff for the scenic route to Glasshouse Mountains, Landsborough and Beerwah (Scenic Route 24, "Steve Irwin Way"). Stay on this for at least 20 minutes. You'll go past the Big Kart track and Australia Zoo. Take the right turn into Glass House Mountains, and follow the road round to the left (don't turn right into the town centre). Go over the bridge and follow the road round to the left. Keep on this road a few kilometres until you reach a T-intersection. Turn left onto Old Gympie Rd. Stay on this for a few kilometres. You don't take the first road on the right which goes to Mt. Beerwah, instead you keep going and then you take the second road on the right, which is our road, Glasshouse-Woodford Rd (also signposted for the scenic lookout). We're about 2 Km up this road, at the Lookout Cafe. If the cafe is open, then check-in will be done at the cafe, otherwise ring us on 0431 101208 whe
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