When we arrived, there is no obvious reception. I had to go through the art gallery (which was lovely) into the cafe (which was busy and looked nice but we didn't get a chance to try it) to ask where to check in. They were able to assist us with checking in, after a short wait. The lady showed us to the room which was far away from the gallery. Nice and secluded, however with no vehicle access. The car was so far away that we couldn't be bothered to take our bags out and trek them up the hill to our room (not that there was space in the room to open them), that we just removed what we need from them. The room is tiny. It is cute and I like the Japanese theme. I have never been to Japan so this was a novelty for me. We enjoyed sitting on the floor at the little table, after we got back from dinner. Breakfast was delivered in the morning. We were only offered breakfast from 9am to 10am, which is a little late. It was a continental breakfast which is fine, but the toast is cold by the time they can get it to the room. There was no key to lock the door. (Another reason why we didn't take our bags to the room)
It was a lovely experience, but don't expect too much.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located in a bush setting just over a kilometre inland from the main street of Lorne. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Qdos Arts Treehouses Lorne, South Pacific