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Published July 26th 2017
Escape to the country with Treetops Montville
Treetops Seaview is a little known treasure in the heart of country Montville. As far as accommodation goes, it doesn't get more romantic or peaceful than a home amongst the treetops. Just a short 1.5 hours drive from Brisbane, inland from the Sunshine Coast, this rainforest retreat will help you forget all the stresses of city life.
The cabins are situated in the heart of Montville, just a short stroll away from quirky gift stores, tempting restaurants and delicious delights. The area is famous for its quaint country feel and laid back lifestyle. The surrounding hills are filled with interesting antique stores, art galleries and a cheese factory. The cabins all overlook the Sunshine Coast Hinterland, complete with a glimpse of the beautiful ocean. There are also several national parks located nearby including Kondalilla National Park and Mapleton Falls National Park that contain some great walks if your up for a close encounter with nature.
The cabins themselves are the real treat. They all come equipped with log fires, enormous spa baths with a view over the valley, and a daily breakfast basket filled with delectable treats. There is off-street parking, cooking facilities, a queen sized bed, your own private balcony and TV/DVD.
Even better is the fact that if you book for 2 nights or more on a full rate, you receive champagne and chocolates on arrival. It doesn't get more romantic than that. I definitely recommend a winter getaway to fully experience the magic of Montville and the surrounding rainforest, and to make the most of that wonderful log fire in your cabin.
You will find the head office in the centre of Montville, on the left hand side. If you are heading from the north, the Nambour exit from the Bruce Highway is the easiest option. If you are coming from Brisbane, take the Landsborough exit, following the signs to Maleny and Montville. The cabins are just a short 100 metres up the road.