Exquisite Ocean Views of the Coral Sea
These first class chalets offer luxurious privacy and exquisite ocean views of the Coral Sea…
Nestled high amongst the ancient rainforest slopes of Thornton Peak you can relax away the day swinging in your hammock from your private balcony, cool off in the pool or unwind in the entertainment area.
Our spacious chalets comfortably sleep 4 people.
Coral Sea Views Luxury Chalets overlook majestic panoramas of the Coral Sea and the lush mountains and valleys of the Daintree Rainforest.
The chalets are spacious and comfortable complimenting the tranquility and splendour of a tropical paradise where a myriad of Fauna, Flora and Marine life coexist.
Come explore and experience the treasures
…explore the treasures of this abundant environment whether it be soaking up the rays on a remote sun drenched tropical beach, searching for the illusive Cassowary under the canopy of the pristine Daintree Rainforest, or jump on board on one of the numerous adventure activities.
Thank you so much for having such a beautiful place to stay We have’nt been so relaxed in such a long time You are amazing! Hayley Rodziete & Andrew Ellis Campbelltown N.S.W
We could wake up to this view every day & never get bored. Thanks for your hospitality comfortable cabins with hammocks Delicious breakfast and more. Josh & Christine Perth/Brisbane
Thank you so very much for the fantastic relaxing stay Vaughan A beautiful peaceful place for us to spend part of our honeymoon Jen & John Miles Rockhamton
We had lost faith in the rainforest until stumbling across this heavenly place. Great place Great views Great hospitality Great price and just when you think it can’t get any better Vaughan comes out with the most amazing breakfast. Thank you for making our stay so relaxing. We will let everyone know how great you […]
Thank you so very much for your warm hospitality and the amazing place you’ve created here. We could not have asked for a more beautiful view & layed back surrounds. It’s been an absolute highlight of our holiday Thanks Heaps Stay Happy. Amanda White & Tony Sacheel Redlands Queensland
We had a wonderful stay. So happy we stayed an extra night. Beautiful ,Peaceful setting. Fabulous host and comfortable cabins. Thank you so much Vaughan Paddy & Mandy Oyston Antares Homestay & Retreat New Zealand
The trip from Cairns to Cow Bay is about 2 hours. Simply drive north from Cairns on the Cook Highway past Port Douglas.
About 15 minutes drive past Port Douglas you will come to the small township of Mossman. Approximately a half hours drive past Mossman you come to a turn off to the right towards the Daintree Ferry. Keep an eye out for the signs. From this turnoff, about 4kms down the road, is the Daintree River where the ferry is waiting to take you deep into the rainforest.
Once across the ferry, it’s a short 11km drive to Cow Bay. When you get to Cow Bay drive over Hutchinson Bridge, you should see a school on your right. Take the next road on the left, which is 2-3kms past the bridge, this is Mahogany Road.
Look for the sign – “Coral Sea Views Chalets”.
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