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What you can't get from a TripAdvisor review is the Sensory Reload.
What can you say for our 3-night stay, here is what we LOVED:-
*"On Call Masseur " surprise that I arranged for my wife to start relaxing
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Stayed in Serendipity cabin for two magical days. Gorgeous cabin with lovely personal touches. Woodfire stove for warming and cooking (plus mod kitchen cons). Christmas Creek at your doorstep. Lamington Park walks 5 mins away. Perfect escape for couples.
My husband and i stayed here a couple of years ago (I'm a bit late to review).
We took our dog and absolutely loved every minute. So tranquil and refreshing to be away from technology and in the rain forest in a gorgeous cabin.
I was looking for a cabin/cottage getaway for a few days of relaxing and unwinding. Wongari exceeded my expectations. Where others have gone wrong, these guys have got it all right...
One of its best features is that it's secluded. Often these cabin/cottage set ups...More
If you're considering booking this cottage, DO IT NOW! This place is amazing! It is off the beaten track, literally! After a few km of dirt rough road (still manageable in a little sedan) you arrive in heaven. The cottage is set in rainforest and...More
No, we don't have spa baths.
We do not think they are ecologically friendly but we offer only a very gorgeous country to revel in. It's nature without the modcons and adornments. But you are made comfortable :)
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What accommodation have you got for three adults 2 nights?
Where is the accom located in relation to the park?
23 October 2015|
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Response from Brad B | Property representative |
Thanks for your questions! Our cabin accommodates 2 adults however we could add a bed. The rate is $420.00 for 2 nights and we are located about 3 klms from the wilderness southern end of the park. Thanks