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Mossman Gorge Bed and Breakfast
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Reviewed September 3, 2012

Stayed here for four nights and it was great. The long review from NothingMondays headed "Bohemian Charm" tells it as it is. I agree with everything in that review. We specially liked the spaciousness of the area used by guests. Never been in a B&B with a quarter of the space you get here. And the views from the verandah where you have breakfast are just magical. Nice too to have the kookaburras at breakfast. One of them comes to sit on Mandy's arm to have her feed of raw meat. Mandy is an enormously helpful hostess, happy to help with any bookings and to give plenty of useful local advice. There's a more expensive B&B called something like 'The Red House' in Daintree Village. We are very happy we went for the Mossman Gorge B&B instead.

  • Stayed: August 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank sm0nahan
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Reviewed August 17, 2012

I arrived later than planned in the afternoon with the intent of walking the Mossman Gorge trail-- The wonderful host, Mandy, said you won't have time to walk before dark-- after a moment to drop my bags, she said hop in-- and gave me a lift to the trailhead! It's a beautiful home, set on a scenic hillside, the main floor feels like a bungalow with a large deck overlooking the tropical forest just outside, with the Daintree foothills in the distance.
Terrific breakfast on the large deck with the few other guests-- many birds came to visit, and then a Kookaburra joined us on the deck rail. The main room has a beautiful wood floor, shelves of books and comfortable furnishings. Slept with open windows on a very nice bed. The local bus service does door to door service, and it's a nice 15 minute walk to town.

  • Stayed: May 2012, traveled solo
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Thank Steve S
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Reviewed July 20, 2012

Just returned from a couple of nights at this B&B. Lovely house, fantastic location and wonderful birds. The host, Mandy, was accommodating and helpful and prepared a fabulous breakfast and even helped me see some amazing birds in the garden. Wonderful stay, thanks.

  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled solo
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Thank imogenw
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Reviewed June 25, 2012

We stayed at this B&B mid June 2012 for 3 nights.

We loved this place. Light and airy owner built timber house with an exotic feel, nestled in a spacious jungle garden. The views are impressive. A close up experience with wildlife is encouraged here - expect a regular breakfast visit of native birds (don't worry they are harmless and won't attack you!). If you're into birds, this is the place to stay.

Now, to the breakfast... yum!
Breakfast is an impressive continental spread of cereals, breads and pastries, locally made jams and conserves, yoghurt, juice, tea and coffee. Start the day with a generous serve of their freshly prepared fruit salad - delicious! You definately won't walk away hungry here!! Breakfast is served at 8am sharp, but prior arrangements can be made for a packed breakfast for that early start to a day of touring.

There are 3 guests rooms and living areas soley for guests upstairs. The hosts live
downstairs and were knowledgeable and generous with travel and sightseeing advice.

This is the best B&B we've been to in terms of living space and guest's facilities. There's a huge verandah where breakfast is served, an outdoor lounge and another outdoor area where you can watch TV. With over 30 movies in the cupboard, they have the most impressive collection of Australiana DVDs we've seen - anywhere! A must for the Aussie and overseas travellers alike! Inside there is a comfy lounge area with heaps of Australian flora and fauna books and board games to play, a dining area and a kitchen. The hosts provide ample storage space for food in the fridge and cupboards. Whilst there is space to prepare food and utensils are provided, the only cooking facilities are limited to the microwave. There is also a small pool for guests which would be lovely in the hotter months.

The deluxe queen room which has amazing views over the valley is the best of the rooms and definately worth paying a little extra for. Furniture is beautiful and well appointed with a comfy bohemian feel. Particularly appreciated the mosquito nets and fully screened luvres and windows.

Tip: Location is great but to stay here you really need your own transport.

All in all this B&B delivered far and beyond our expectations.

Thanks for great stay!

Room Tip: Go for deluxe queen room
  • Stayed: June 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank NothingMondays
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Reviewed May 24, 2012

My husband I spent 3 nights at this beautiful retreat in Aug 2011.
We had spent the previous 3 days driving from Sydney, so were looking forward to some down time. From the moment we arrived, it was just perfect. Mandy greeted us and showed us to our room, explained how things worked and then left us to unwind. It was so peaceful, hearing only the sounds of birds - the back deck, which has a stunning outlook, beckoned you to sit and let your cares drain away.
Breakfast was a treat, tasting unusual tropical fruits, meeting the other guests and discussing the day's activities. Mandy was a wealth of information and was more than happy to help you with your sight seeing options. She even became the washing fairy for the very small price of a bottle of sauv blanc!
Would definitely stay there again!

Room Tip: The deluxe room is the pick of the rooms. The others were still lovely, but considerably smaller
  • Stayed: August 2011, traveled as a couple
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