COME TO CAPE TRIBULATION and stay with us in our bed and breakfast
cottage accommodation, designed for couples, on the edge of our
World Heritage Daintree Rainforest - two very private, high-set,
pole-framed timber cottages, each with an ensuite, balcony and
a stunning view to Mt Sorrow. Watch the slide show
below for the guided tour, or view our
photo album online
You can really relax on the bed and breakfast balcony; listen
to the water flowing over the rapids in the creek; enjoy an exotic
tropical fruit breakfast based around
our own organic farm produce; and walk in our rainforest and along
the beach at Cape Tribulation.
Cape Tribulation does NOT receive mobile phone coverage, so you
can truly escape. We are committed to environmental conservation:
we can offer you solar power; your own private World Heritage
Daintree Rainforest to explore; an organic permaculture orchard;
and genuine local hospitality.
We invite you to come and share our lifestyle at Cape Tribulation
for a short time, staying in our bed and breakfast accommodation.You
may like to watch the video we have made called
'A Special Place'.
WORLD HERITAGE DAINTREE RAINFORESTIN OUR OWN BACKYARD Part of our property (approximately 8 acres/3 hectares)
has been included inside the boundary of the World
Heritage Daintree Rainforest. It is very rare to have private
property included within the boundaries - less than 1%.
This means our rainforest is protected for future generations,
and is considered to be of very high quality. You are welcome
to walk through this forest following our marked trail. You will
meet no other tourists, as it is privately owned land.
Both cottages are right at the edge of the Daintree rainforest,
and you will be interacting with the wildlife that passes through.
Guests have been able to watch Cassowaries
wander down the creek while eating their breakfast on the balcony.
There will be insects and spiders in the vicinity, but the cottage
has insect screensto protect you.
OUR ELECTRICITY COMES FROM
SOLAR POWER The
Daintree region north of the river does NOT have mains electrical
power. This has been a deliberate government decision to limit
development in the area. Local landholders have been subsidised
to enable them to set up solar systems instead. The resorts rely
on trucks bringing in diesel fuel to power large generators, while
bed and breakfast operators use alternative energy sources.
We offer you a sustainable and environmentally-friendly experience
of living with solar power, which reduces
YOUR impact on the area. This means that you need to be aware
of how you use electricity, and we ask that you turn off the lights
in the B&B when you leave so that you do not flatten the batteries.
We can NOT offer you airconditioning or electric hair dryers in
the bed and breakfast. If you feel that you need these luxuries,
then you should stay in resort style accommodation. We do provide
a fan if needed.
have designed both bed and breakfast cottages in a high-set Queenslander
style to take advantage of the natural breezes. The windows in
the B&B are floor to ceiling louvres to enable the breeze
to flow right through the room and We have built light timber
walls which do not store heat.
And best of all, we have built both bed and breakfast cottages
so that they extends right up to the creek, and when the creek
is flowing, the cool air provides a wonderful natural air conditioning
system. So you are not living in a concrete box which needs to
We recommend that you plan to stay at Cape Tribulation for at
least 3-4 days. There is a lot to do and Cape Tribulation is also
a great place to unwind and just relax. If you love the rainforest,
are interested in rare and exotic tropical fruit and consider
yourselves environmentally aware, we'd love to have you as our
To meet us - your bed and breakfast hosts, Alison and Digby -
and discover why we live at Cape Tribulation in the heart of the
Daintree Rainforest - watch the 5 minute Overlander Video on Youtube:
READ WHAT PREVIOUS B&B GUESTS HAVE
TO SAY Make sure you visit our Highlights
page to read some extracts from our guestbook and find out why
their stay with us in the B&B accommodation was so memorable.
You can also read our reviews on tripadvisor.com
From 1 April 2014
No. of nights
Price for double
Price for extra person
(Discount of $10 per night)
(Discount of $20 per night)
Book five nights or more and receive FREE FRUIT TASTING passes
Each cottage is designed to accommodate two adults
comfortably. It is possible to book one extra adult or one/two
children, but the space is designed for two people and it does
become a little cramped. Two children would need to share the
double folding futon sofa bed. We regret that we do not take children
under 6 years of age.
A BOOKING Click on 'Make
a Booking' . This takes you through to our online calendar
which is able to tell you in 'real time' which dates are available.
You can make a confirmed booking on the spot, using the secure
server. Isn't technology amazing. If you would like to speak to
a real human before you book and ask real questions, then please
phone us on +61 (0)7 4098 0057.
bed and breakfast cottage is surely one of the most appealing
and unusual places we've stayed on our travels.
fruit tray at breakfast is so elaborate and varied that
it's almost intimidating, and as coffee-addicted Americans
we especially appreciated the opportunity to brew 'real'
coffee, so rare in Australian inns.
been struck throughout Australia by the hospitality and
friendliness we've encountered, but Cape Trib Exotic Fruit
Farm stands out even by Aussie standards."
and Phyllis Stevens, Tucson,Arizona.
OF OUR B&B ACCOMMODATION
Queen size bed
Double folding futon sofa bed
Ensuite with shower
Large private balcony with table and
Tea and coffee making facilities
Floor to ceiling louvre windows with
Natural air conditioning from the creek
TEN GREAT REASONS
TO STAY WITH US
1. Rest and relaxation Each cottage is a great space
just to sit around and relax, with a big verandah and a
view of the creek and Mt Sorrow.
2. Close to everything We are close to the Cape
Tribulation village and the beach is only 10 minutes walk
via the shortcut - with no steep hills.
3. Plenty of privacy Each cottage is a separate
architect designed cottage 50 metres from the nearest building,
not a room in the house or under the house, so you have
4. A rainforest environment Each cottage is on the edge
of the rainforest , so you get cool breezes plus sunlight,
and a private walking trail.
5. You will be looked after There are only two cottages. accommodation - at
any time there will only be one other guest booking, so
you will be 'looked after'.
6. A luxurious breakfast We provide you with a luxurious
breakfast including exotic tropical fruit - served on
the verandah of the bed and breakfast.
7. We know the area We have lived here for 25years - we know the Cape
Tribulation local area well, and can help you plan your
days, so that you get the most out of your stay at Cape
8. Interaction with the hosts You interact with us personally, as the hosts and
owners. We enjoy the company of our guests and welcome the
opportunity to get to know you over drinks in the evening.
9. Limited environmental impact We have not cleared rainforest
to build the B&B cottages. We use solar power.
10. Privately owned World Heritage
Rainforest And best of all - our rainforest is special, and
will be protected forever, as it is included within the
World Heritage Area
Cancellations received more
than 28 days before the scheduled booking date will incur
an admin fee of 5% of the total price.
Cancellations between 28 days
and 14 days incur a 25% cancellation fee.
Cancellations between 14 days
and 7 days incur a 50% fee.
Cancellations within 7 days
incur a 100% cancellation fee.
We recommend that you take out travel
insurance, to cover illness or accidents in case you are
unable to keep your booking, and need to cancel within 7
and Breakfast accommodation on an exotic tropical fruit orchard at Cape
Tribulation in the heart of the Daintree Rainforest
Cape Trib Exotic Fruit Farm, Lot 5 Nicole Drive, Cape Tribulation, Queensland,
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