Rainforest HideawayAccommodation, Sculpture Trail, Thai Massage
Cabin 1092Accommodation deep in the Daintree rain forest
Cabin 1092 features a queensize bed and bedside tables made of salvaged blackbean timber from a tree that fell over in the wet season of 1995, all handcrafted by your host.
Walls are lined with local nutwood and this cabin has its own front verandah and a very special outdoor bathroom.
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 1092.
The cabin also has a small front verandah overlooking the goldfish pond with two brolgas made by visiting artist Garry Greenwood.
We offer free Wifi in all public areas as well as this cabin.
Features and facilities of this bungalow:
Queensize bed with bedside tables of local blackbean rain forest timber, handcrafted by your host.
Barbeque with basic kitchen facilities.
Amazing open air bathroom.
Safe for your valuables.
Private veranda overlooking a small 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. It means we can not put an electric fridge in every room, and we provide eskiws (ice boxes) and supply you with ice blocks to keep your stuff cool.
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 coffee.
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.
The above diagram shows you the layout of the place and the location of your room.
Close to the car park and with a great view over the fish pond.
When you choose Rainforest Hideaway as your accommodation in the Daintree you are not just staying in a boring resort.
- Meet the owners who have built this place and manage it, be a guest and a friend instead of a customer.
- Immerse yourself in the ancient jungle in comfort, and marvel at the mysterious night time sounds.
- Minimize your impact on the environment, we are an eco self certified accommodation place with solar power, recycling, and various other ways to be as green as we can.
Nightly rate for this room start from $149.- (not per person) and includes all linen, towels, help yourself coffee and tea , free Wifi, tax.
The rate is per room, not per person.
Cabin 1092 is conveniently close to the car park, and has a gas barbeque and some basic kitchen facilities.
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 info here. But you will still be able to keep in touch with the family back home thanks to our free Wifi.
Jungle AccommodationThis cabin has some unique features...
Cabin 1092 features an amazing outdoor bathroom, which enables you to really immerse yourself in nature.
Enjoy a hot shower while surrounded by the ancient Daintree rain forest.
Take a short stroll up the private trail behind your bungalow and you will find the jungle lounge.
A private sitting area to relax and take in the rain forest, only accessible from your bungalow.
Meet Your HostsA bit about the place and who you stay with
Rob originates from the Netherlands and after many travels settled down in the Daintree and established Rainforest Hideaway. In his spare time from running the B&B he creates sculptures which you can see on the trails that wind around the five acre rain forest property.
We enjoy meeting people from all over the world, and thrive on the postive feedback we get from so many. In a world full of boring places to stay we are happy to provide something unique that travellers will remember. This is not just another resort, here you share our solar powered owner-built jungle home, and get to meet the locals.
Aruni originates from Thailand and has also made the Daintree her home. She has created a garden where she grows the ingredients for her Thai cooking and established a massage studio where you can enjoy a traditional Thai massage.