Cape Tribulation Accommodation
- B&B / Bed and Breakfast accommodation in the Daintree Rainforest National
B&B accommodation in Cape Tribulation
Bed and breakfast accommodation in the heart of the
Daintree rainforest at Cape Tribulation.
This is your chance to stay in Cape Tribulation's most unique B&B
with a maximum of four guests.
This is not your average B&B...
This room is situated in the main house and suits those
not adventurous enough to venture out to a cabin in the rainforest.
You have your own private deck overlooking the "olympic size"
gold fish pond, a great spot for an evening drink.
Although there are only two rooms your host thought it would be too
boring to number them 1 and 2 so this one has been given the number
Features and facilities of room 1075:
Queensize bed with bedside tables of local silky oak timber,
handcrafted by your host.
Attached private toilet and shower.
Safe for your valuables.
Private deck overlooking the fishpond.
Thanks to the government stubbornly denying us grid electricity we have
to make do with batteries, generator and solar panels.
This means that the list of facilities is not what you would consider
standard in the city.
No air-con (but you'll be surprised how cool the rainforest air is),
no TV or fridge in room, no hair-dryer, no electric water jug to make
In summer time a pedestal fan will be placed in your room, and adjustable
glass louvres capture natural cooling breezes. All lights are energy-savers,
and there is gas to heat your shower and make a coffee in the kitchen.
We offer free Wifi with a daily limit of 80Mb per device, and have a
selection of videos of cassowaries and other local wildlife around the
house stored on our wifi router which you can watch on your device.
This does not count towards your daily limit.
As this room is located in the house next to communal areas it is somewhat
less private than the cabin, but with a maximum number of guests of
only four you are not likely to be bothered by noise of other guests.
Cassowary sightings around this accommodation, although not guaranteed,
can be frequent.
Over the last ten years or so I have seen quite a few cassowary chicks
grow up in to adults.
Cassowary chicks around Rainforest Hideaway in 2009
Cassowary juveniles growing up around Rainforest Hideaway
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