Cape Tribulation Accommodation
- B&B / Bed and Breakfast accommodation in the Daintree Rainforest National
PHOTOS, RATES AND RESERVATIONS
Accommodation rates for bed and breakfast are
from $145.- to $159.- per night
including breakfast, free Wifi, tax, Daintree Energy Levy, and wake up
call by the birds.
See below for more details and photos on accommodation, facilities and
All accommodation rates below include a healthy buffet
style continental (uncooked) breakfast, served on the back verandah
of the house looking out into the Daintree rainforest, sometimes with cassowaries visiting!
All rates quoted are per room (not per person) and
include all linen, towels, help yourself coffee and tea , free Wifi, tax and Daintree
Rates are valid until March 2018 and the same all
year round, no surcharges in high season or discounts in low season.
There are several local farms that specialize in growing exotic
fruits from all corners of the globe, depending on season your breakfast
- Exotic fruits, such as; mango, chocolate pudding fruit, star apples,
rambutans, mangosteens, etc.
- Home made yoghurt.
- Locally grown Daintree tea.
- Coffee, toast, choice of cereals and fruit juices.
- Aussie Vegemite!
- Visit by the cassowary (this one not 100% guaranteed).
Due to government health regulations that become more and more strict we are not licenced to do cooked breakfasts, so
we stick to the healthy stuff listed above.
Make sure you allow some time to explore the sculpture trail on
the property, it winds its way around the five acres of privately
owned rainforest, meets the beautiful creek where there are several
sitting areas to relax and enjoy the scenery.
You may even spot the cassowaries or the tree kangaroo!
limited to only two distinctly different rooms;
room 1075, and cabin 1092
(1 and 2 would have just been way too boring...)
1092 is a few steps from the main house but connected
with a covered walkway to keep you dry, as it can rain in
The cabin features a handcrafted queen size bed of salvaged
local blackbean rainforest timber, its own world famous outdoor
bathroom, a private jungle lounge behind the cabin, and a
small verandah overlooking a fish pond.
Rates are $159.- p.n. incl. breakfast. Enquiries
and reservations - More
about this cabin
1075 is located in the main house
with access from the front verandah and features a handcrafted
queen size bed of local silky oak timber, attached private
bathroom, and a deck overlooking the large goldfish pond.
This room adjoins the kitchen and communal area but with a
maximum number of guests of only four you will not likely
be bothered by other noisy guests.
Rates are $145.- p.n. , incl. breakfast. $135 during April
2017 Book now - More
about this room
Cape Tribulation has no mains electricity grid and this house runs
on a combination of generator, batteries and solar panels which
rules out the use of airconditioners. In summer fans will be placed
in the rooms but the rainforest with its massive evaporation of
water works as a natural airconditioner and keeps everything cool.
The limited electriciy that we do have costs us a few dollars per
kwh (in contrast to under 30 cents in the city) and to offset this
we charge the Daintree
Be prepared to fully escape the real world and any work commitments
as in most of Cape Tribulation mobile phones do not work, only out
on the point on the Cape or out on the ocean, more
But you will still be able to keep in touch with the family back
home thanks to our free Wifi.
If you are after a different style of accommodation
than our B&B we can recommend other places to stay in
our area, varying from luxury holiday home rentals to camping
One of those alternatives is the nearby Jungle Treehouse,
a self-contained small pole house which suits the more adventurous
travellers who like the outdoors, and those who want to cook
their own meals (no kitchen or cooking facilities available
to guests in Rainforest Hideaway B&B).
Rates are $159.- per night.
See the Daintree Jungle Treehouse website for more info on
this amazing Daintree
rainforest accommodation option.
Keep in mind that tourism in Cape Tribulation and the rest of the
Daintree is very seasonal and from June to September but especially
July and August all Cape Tribulation accommodation will most likely
be full so advance booking is highly recommended ..