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Cape Tribulation Beach House - Cape Tribulation Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Cape Tribulation Beach House

152 Rykers Road, Cape Tribulation - Map
 
 
"Cape Trib Awesome House"
The food was amazing!!! The bed was really comfy and the overall experience was wonderful.
Traveller from busselton
Located in Cape Tribulation, this beachfront resort is in a national park and within a 15-minute walk of Myall Beach and Cape …More
Cape Trib Farmstay - Cape Tribulation Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Cape Trib Farmstay

3939 Cape Tribulation Road, Cape Tribulation - Map
 
 
"Unique B&B Experience"
Cape Trib Farmstay is the most interesting B&B that I have ever experienced. The location is on a tropical fruit farm and consists of several individual cabins with rainforests and mountains all around. The family that runs Cape Trib Farmstay are incredibly generous hosts, and they go above and beyond to ensure a great stay. If you need anything at all, they are willing to help you with it. There is a free exotic tropical fruit breakfast consisting of some familiar and some fruits that I have never heard of. They also offer a daily tropical fruit tasting tour, which we were unable to take advantage of.
Traveller from Chicago, IL
Situated by the ocean, this farm stay is within 3 mi (5 km) of Bat House Cape Tribulation, Myall Beach, and Mount Sorrow …More
Ferntree Rainforest Lodge - Cape Tribulation Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Ferntree Rainforest Lodge

36 Camelot Close, Cape Tribulation - Map
 
 
"Nicely located in a beautiful rain forest setting."
This is a nice place in middle of the rain forest. The little restaurant that forms part of the facility is lovely. The pool is nicely embedded in the tropical rain forest. We had a Loft, Garden Area place with a king bed for adults and two single beds for the children. This is where we had an issue. The layout of the Loft is not suitable for children under the age of at least 4 years. The two single beds are in the loft and to get there the kids had to climb a ladder, not a staircase. This was challenging and dangerous, especially if they need to go to the bathroom at night. We could not take the risk and let them sleep in their beds in the loft and they ended up sleeping downstairs in our king bed. Also the rooms and decor was quite dated and would need a refresh, especially the quite noisy air conditioner and sealing fans. Compared to other places with similar facilities the price was on the higher side. While I liked the location of the place and its surroundings in the rain forest it is unlikely I would stay there again due to the loft layout that I do not consider suitable for children. If the king bed would be in the loft and the single beds downstairs then the main issue I have would be resolved.
Traveller from Perth, Australia
Situated by the ocean, this lodge is within 1 mi (2 km) of Bat House Cape Tribulation, Myall Beach, and Cape Tribulation …More
PKs Jungle Village - Hostel - Cape Tribulation Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

PKs Jungle Village - Hostel

3910 Cape Tribulation Road, Cape Tribulation - Map
 
 
"Mixed feelings about PKs"
We had a family suite (sleeps 4) with ensuite. The QS bed was so hard, one could have chopped wood on it. I had a very interrupted night's sleep, waking frequently due to discomfort. The single bunk beds were more comfortable, but the ceiling fan was in close proximity to the top bunk and I kept fearing that one of our teenage girls would end up decapitated by it. Happily there was an air conditioner in the room, so I kept turning the ceiling fan off (but someone kept turning it back on). The water pressure in the shower in our ensuite was poor, so we preferred to shower in the communal showers. The bistro was great. I loved the music and atmosphere there at night. Laundry facilities were good. The girls were terrified of the large spiders that had built webs on the outside of a number of buildings and they wanted to leave PKs and Cape Tribulation from the moment they arrived. The paths and thoroughfares were all free of spiders. All sleeping and showering areas were painted white, which was good when concern with spiders was an issue. I loved the rainforest grounds. It was truly a stay in the jungle.
Traveller from Bendigo
Situated near the beach, this hostel is within a 15-minute walk of Bat House Cape Tribulation and Myall Beach. Cape …More
Rainforest Hideaway - Cape Tribulation Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Rainforest Hideaway

19 Camelot Close, Cape Tribulation - Map
 
 
"Unique rainforest experience"
The facility is quite isolated in the rainforest. It is a very interesting property with a certain amount of whimsy to it. The bed was very comfortable and the breakfast with exotic fruits was very tasty. If you need AC do not book here. Otherwise it is a great place to stay.
Traveller from Canada
Situated in Cape Tribulation, this bed & breakfast is within 1 mi (2 km) of Mount Sorrow, Bat House Cape Tribulation, and …More

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