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Vue de Lumieres Maleny Montvill

Villa intera - Host: Kerry
5 ospiti2 camere da letto2 letti2,5 bagni (anche di servizio)
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From the moment you begin the drive down the hedge lined entry to Vue de Lumieres, the magic of the mountains takes its hold...
Here in this secluded place, high above the Sunshine Coast you can relax, recline and refresh in absolute luxury.

Lo spazio
Completely refurbished, the old farm house now boasts all the luxuries of modern living with two large bedrooms (one King and the other with one Queen), both with private bathrooms and a large living room furnished with quality items for your comfort.

Surround sound audio and Flat screen television with an extensive DVD Movie library for the quiet evenings in and a modern well appointed kitchen for the inner chef.

Terraced rear garden and paved pergola round out the complete self containment of this delightful getaway.

With uninterrupted views from the privacy of your own huge deck to Caloundra, Point Cartwright, Maroochydore, Bribie and Moreton Islands, take the time to stop your clock and enjoy “mountain time” the way the locals do.

Add the delightful home to your wedding package and let the calm of this beautiful place bring you serenity whilst planning for your big occasion.Perfect for the bride and her attendants, you can have your beauty team come to you, prepare for the wedding onsite and avoid the rush and drama of schedules.

Accesso per gli ospiti
At Vue de Lumieres it is all about YOU and as such you will have full and sole access to the entire property, including the luxurious home and magnificent gardens.
From the moment you begin the drive down the hedge lined entry to Vue de Lumieres, the magic of the mountains takes its hold...
Here in this secluded place, high above the Sunshine Coast you can relax, recline and refresh in absolute luxury.

Lo spazio
Completely refurbished, the old farm house now boasts all the luxuries of modern living with two large bedrooms (one King and the other with…

Sistemazione per la notte

Camera da letto 1
1 letto king size, 1 materasso gonfiabile
Camera da letto 2
1 letto matrimoniale queen (152 x 203)

Servizi

Wi-fi
TV via cavo
Cucina
Parcheggio gratuito incluso
Aria condizionata
Asciugatrice
Spazio di lavoro dedicato
Ferro da stiro
Appendiabiti
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Balmoral Ridge, Queensland, Australia

About Maleny
Officially proclaimed as a town in 1891, Maleny was predominantly a timber town until the 1920’s when the dairy and fruit growing industries took over the town. Now well known for its ‘hippie/greenie culture’ the town of Maleny is populated by a wide demographic of people with artists, musicians and craftspeople, juxtaposed against the more traditional older residents. Located on the Blackall Range, 450 metres above sea level, as you arrive up the hill from Landsborough, the town of Maleny is a rich tapestry of culture and vibrancy.

Originally populated by the Nalbo and Dallambara peoples of the Gubbi gubbi nation, the area was known for its Bunya feasts which happened every third year when the giant Bunya trees of the area were in fruit. According to legend, Aboriginal peoples from far and wide would gather in the area to feast for several weeks on the nuts before journeying down to Brisbane where they would meet for a big Corroborree. When white settlers came in the early l900’s they cut down many of the bunya trees for dairy farming, which deeply upset the local indigenous peoples. Local lore tells the story of how the Aboriginal cried for many weeks at the loss of their sacred food source. Maleny locals host a Bunya festival annually in remembrance of this cultural practice.

Home to the Maleny Dairies, the area still boasts a healthy dairy farming industry though is better known for its artisans, musicians and is a popular destination for those seeking to experience an alternative lifestyle. The birthplace of the well-known Woodford Folk Festival, it is a town of co-operatives and social justice movements, and is a hive of community activity with something happening almost every weekend somewhere in the town or its surrounds.
Nature
Maleny is a town rich in natural beauty and wonder, set amidst the winding Obi Obi Creek, the largest sub catchment area of the Mary River, and the rolling green hills of the dairy farms and paddocks. Perched high upon the Blackall Range, there are several lookouts on the outskirts of the town that look out over the Glasshouse Mountains, showcasing its breathtaking natural beauty.
The Mary Cairncross Reserve conservation park captures the best of both worlds, on one side overlooking the Glasshouse Mountains, and inside, an area of 530,000 metres of lush suptropical rainforest. The park, created to preserve the natural flora and fauna of Maleny, was donated to the local council by the three Thynne sisters who named it after their mother, Mary Thynne (nee Cairncross). It is a popular place for locals and tourists to spend their weekends picnicking and enjoying the natural beauty of the park.
The Baroon Pocket Dam is a popular destination for picnickers, canoeing groups and those wishing to swim, while Gardners Falls has trickling rockpools, swimming holes and a rope swing for the more adventurous sorts.
And if its a morning surf you desire you can be wet in just on 30 minutes at many of the fabulous Sunshine Coast Beaches or swan around in Noosa in just under 1 hour.

Food and Wine
Maleny has an abundance of restaurants, cafes and dining options available, both in the town and on its outskirts. It caters to all tastes from fine dining to grabbing a quick bite while on the road. The popular annual Real Food Festival, held in Maleny, is a great opportunity to experience the wide range of food that is on offer in the region, and many local producers and restaurateurs gather to share their favourite tastes.
The local Maleny winery, Settlers Rise Vineyard, established in 1998 on the Blackall Range makes exclusive artisan wines, and while it does not have a cellar door for public access, it does make it wines available for purchase on its website. The Maleny Cheese Factory is a popular place to buy all sorts of different cheeses and head off for a picnic at one of the many parks in the area.
The Maleny Dairies is open to visitors on weekends to enjoy a cup of tea, have a tour of the place and get some delicious fresh milk, custard or yoghurt.
Shopping
With the abundance of artists and craftspeople in the town, Maleny is a great place for shopping in its many boutique gift and craft shops. Home to many authors and book shops, the town is an interesting place to pick up the latest copy of your favourite author, or something from one of the locals and sit in a café and watch the world go by.
Accommodation
The town has many accommodation options available from camping and bed and breakfasts, to cabins along the Obi Obi Creek. Camping and caravan space is available at the local showgrounds and bookings can be made via information available at the showgrounds or contacting the information centre in town.
Arts and Crafts
The town of Maleny is home to some of the Hinterlands most creative and innovative artists and craftspeople. With a range of different creations from woodwork, to beads and musical instruments, the town is always abuzz with some sort of artistic show or creative endeavour. Many local craftspeople are found regularly at the Sunday markets at the Maleny RSL, or check noticeboards and the info centre for more information about what is going on during your visit.
Health and Beauty
Whether it is acupuncture, energetic healing, massage or you simply want to have a haircut; Maleny has something to suit everyone for health and beauty needs. Its many different practitioners provide a wide scope of holistic health and beauty options from day spas, to weeklong detox. Check the free local Apex Directory available at the newsagent on the main street.
About Maleny
Officially proclaimed as a town in 1891, Maleny was predominantly a timber town until the 1920’s when the dairy and fruit growing industries took over the town. Now well known for its ‘hippie/…

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Check-in: Dopo le ore 14:00
Check-out: 11:00
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