Room 1075 is in the main building, featuring a handmade
queensize bed of local silky oak timber, private toilet and shower,
and a deck overlooking the big fishpond.
This room is adjacent to communal areas but with a maximum
number of guests of only four you are not likely to be disturbed by
others, and this room is a good choice for those a little hesitant
about venturing out to a cabin with open bathroom out in the rainforest.
Rates for room 1075 are $135.- per night.
The nightly rate includes a healthy buffet style continental (uncooked)
breakfast, served on the back verandah looking out into the rainforest.
Rates quoted are per room (not per person) and include all linen,
towels, breakfast, coffee and tea, free Wifi, tax and Daintree
The room has a small safe for your valuables and free WiFi.
Rates are valid until March 2017 and are the same all year round,
no discounts in low season and no surcharges in high season.
There are several local farms that specialize in growing
exotic fruits from all corners of the globe, depending on season your
breakfast may include; mango, chocolate pudding fruit, star apples,
rambutans, mangosteens, etc.
- Home made yoghurt.
- Locally grown Daintree tea.
- Coffee (real coffee in a plunger, no instant).
- Toast, choice of cereals and fruit juices.
- Aussie Vegemite!
Due to government regulations that get stricter and
stricter Rainforest Hideaway is not licenced to do cooked breakfasts,
so we stick to the healthy stuff listed above.
Rainforest Hideaway is a place that tries to minimize
its environmental impact.
Electricity is provided by solar panels, and a small generator when
there is no sun.
Rooms are fitted with adjustable glass louvre windows so you can capture
the cooling rainforest breezes, air-conditioners are too big to run
on solar power batteries but in summertime pedestal fans are made
available to keep you cool.