The bungalow is next to the house, connected to the house
with a covered walkway, and features a queensize bed of local blackbean
timber, a unique outdoor bathroom, a private jungle lounge area, basic
cooking facilities with a barbeque and esky, and a small verandah overlooking
Queensize bed of local
black bean rainforest timber
View of the bungalow from
the main building
The amazing outdoor bathroom
of the bungalow
Please note since this video was filmed a BBQ cooking area has been
added to this bungalow
Rates quoted are per room (not per person) and include
all linen, towels ,coffee and tea, filtered drinking water, free Wifi
The bungalow has a small safe for your valuables and free WiFi.
Rates start from $149.- per night.
Rates for the bungalow start from $149.- per night.
This bungalow has a very special outdoor bathroom
Private jungle lounge behind the bungalow
Behind the bungalow you have an area of rain forest
all to yourself.
Sit back with a drink in your private jungle lounge...
Inclusions of this off the grid,
Basic cooking facilities with esky and barbeque to do your
Coffee and tea provided
Outdoor HOT shower
Verandas with rainforest views
Electric lights and fan
20 minute walk to beach
Thai Massage available
No fridge, TV, video, hairdryer, computer,
DVD player, airconditioning, stereo, telephone, microwave or
mobile phone reception.
No mosquitoes at night 99% of the year
No fridge, esky only, or borrow some of our fridge space.
No closed shower, rainforest views!
Please note that due to government legislation prohibiting
grid power in the Daintree we can not provide electric fridges in
all rooms, there is an esky (ice box) for which we provide ice blocks,
or you can borrow some space in our fridge.
Rainforest Hideaway is a place that tries to minimize
its environmental impact, and we call ourselves a non-pretentious
off the grid eco-lodge.
This means that unlike other pretend eco-resorts we don't run a diesel
generator around the clock to provide you with airconditioning, hair
dryers and other luxuries.
Our electricity is provided by solar panels, and a small backup generator
for the rainy times.
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.