Our only misgiving is that our stay was far too brief.
The setting is beautiful & Errol is most welcoming and a real gent. Staying here was a total escape. The room was immaculate. Tea & coffee, snacks were in the sitting room. Breakfast was exquisite with the beautiful selection of baked goods & fresh fruit, and to dine in that setting was just gorgeous. Daintree Manor is pretty much self sufficient so we weren't at all perturbed when told of the drought in the area and to go easy on the long showers. We visited in October & the fan was more than sufficient to keep us cool. Hopefully we have the opportunity to visit again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Daintree Manor has new owners so the place is slowly getting an uplift. Not that much needed doing, Sonja and Mike kept the place immaculately but we are adding our personal touch, repainting and upgrading the furniture. Double beds have been replaced with queen size and there is lots of new outdoor furniture to sit on the balconies, read and relax and enjoy the beauty and views. The rainy season is over and the weather is great so the time is now perfect for a visit to tropical Queensland! Daintree Manor, sits high on a ridge in the foothills of the Alexandra Range, with breathtaking views of magnificent mountain ranges and the Daintree River valley.Located near the Daintree River ferry crossing on the edge of the world heritage listed Daintree National Park, we are ideally situated in a quiet area with easy access to the ancient rainforest, stunning deserted beaches and the breathtaking wonders of the Great Barrier Reef. ... more less
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