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Featuring private pool, ABSOLUTE BEACHFRONT BLISS - NEWELL BEACH - 10 Metres to the Ocean is located on the beachfront in Newell Beach. The property was great, it was on the beach, a few minute's walk to the local take away shop up the road and 20 minutes drive to Port Douglas. The pool was a good size and great to lounge around amongst the palm trees swaying. The deck was large with a big table to have meals at and there was also a shaded cabana to hang out in. The house had all the things you needed including some staples in the pantry. There were beach towels, games to play and books to read. This all made our stay very pleasurable.
Featuring luxury suites with stunning rain forest and coastal views, this exclusive Balinese-style mountain retreat is just a 10-minute drive from the edge of Port Douglas. We had a fantastic stay at Mai Tai resort. We were extremely well looked after by Antony and Andre. This resort has only 4 rooms, making it a very peaceful and private experience. The location was superb, nested in a forest with spectacular views across the valley below.
Mantra on the Inlet offers air-conditioned accommodations set among tropical landscaped gardens with an outdoor swimming pool. Each suite has a private balcony with whirlpool spa. Very spacious and comfortable. Great views overlooking the park. Excellent location. Kitchen and laundry!
Located in Port Douglas, a 10-minute walk from Four Mile Beach and 600 yards from Marina Mirage, Seascape Holidays at Club Tropical has accommodations with air conditioning and access to a garden with... The room provided everything we needed. We've stayed at Club Tropical many times before but this room was well maintained with a better fridge and TV and was very clean
Located among tropical grounds with an outdoor swimming pool, 2 hot spa pools and a sauna, Club Tropical Resort - Official Onsite Management offers apartment accommodations with kitchenette and... The location was perfect. walking distance to everything and a beautiful outlook over the town and park across the road.
Mossman is actually closer to the Daintree and Cape Tribulation than Port Douglas, but Port is a very short drive away to be able get to reef cruises and activities there. Mossman is the old town, still with elements of 'country', check out the Exchange Hotel (there is a Woolworths on the edge of town - I wish they'd hide it behind large trees) and a regular market every Saturday (10.00 am - 1.00 pm) in the historic church grounds. It is not overwhelmed by tourism, but the surrounding areas have B&B and accommodation options. Mossman Gorge is an amazing upland rainforest experience. You get one of the mini-busses from the Visitor Info Centre (every 15 mins until 5.30 pm) This takes you to the walking trail. The first part is boardwalk, then an easy bush trail in a circuit. The forest is spectacular, very relaxing to see & hear the water of the Mossman River. Sit on the seating or a rock near the trail and wonder at the profusion of life that fills every space. TIP: Take a towel & wear swimmers, as there is a rock pool about 2/3 of or the way along the bush trail with clear fresh water, safe to wade & cool off in.
Mossman Gorge is very pretty and worth a visit. Recommend Mandy and Chris' Mossman Gorge B & B. Goodies Cafe is a nice place to have a snack or lunch. Owners and Staff are pleasant and friendly and the food is good too.
I was originally more interested in Mossman Gorge and proximity to Port Douglas than actual township of Mossman. Regardless, I did enjoy a lovely morning tea of coconut cream pie at Temptations Cafe. I also visited the local Art show, where I purchased beautiful hand made felt shoulder bags as presents for family members. Judy at the Library was extremely helpful in assisting me. The shopping centre is well serviced and provided ingredients for dinner back at the B&B. The rain trees, on entering from the North, are remarkable with epiphyte cardiganed arms welcoming one.
Nice place! Gorge is absolutely beautiful and very friendly people aroubd town! Just no places to eat! Only has woolies and servos or the gorge with limited opening hours so would love to see some small cafes or something go in!
enjoyable gorge walks good local places to eat in town would have been helpful to have had approximate distances on gorge walk. Seemed longer than advised, many turning back without knowing how far they had walked. Good information boards
Beautiful spot and good gateway to access the Daintree and visit port Douglas. We had dinner at the jack high bistro at the bowls club and loved it. They were very accommodating of us and our 2 young kids. We stayed here after visiting the Daintree discovery centre which was awesome but make sure you allow plenty of time to cross the river, we waited around 2 hours for the ferry.
A great location on the southern side of Mossman, it's on the Highway but traffic noise was not an issue thanks to the vegitation. Beautiful setting, cabin style accommodation has all you need. The Villa's are walking distance to the shopping centre and Bowling Club (highly recommend this Club for dinner!). I can imagine the place could get quite hectic in school holidays as the pool was a hit with the children staying there.
Great friendly place to stay for exploring Mossman or as a gateway up to other parts of the Daintree and Cape tribulation.
The staff were very friendly, the rooms were very clean, great location to Port douglas..