Port Douglas bandb four mile beach
Our b&b is in a quiet suburb, at the edge of Port Douglas, four miles from the village.
There are two rooms, each with en suite bathroom, air-conditioning, fans and fridge.
There are coffee and tea making facilities.
The rooms open into a breezeway , garden and courtyard.
There is a saltwater swimming pool, ideal to cool down in, or to practice snorkelling before your trip to the Reef.
In the morning you can enjoy a delicious breakfast in the court yard, the best of tropical fruits in season, home -made yoghurt with honey, cereal, toast with locally made jams, freshly brewed coffee or tea and fruit juice.
Bus services are close by.
We are happy to help you find what tour suits you best and , if you like, we can do bookings for you.
There is a lovely, bistro -style restaurant around the corner.
Other restaurants are within easy walking distance.
There are many possibilities from Port, you might want to explore the rain forest in the skylift, by car or book a guided tour.
You may want to spend a day on the Reef and go either for a dive or go snorkeling.
You might want to visit Mossman Gorge and go for a stroll in that fascinating environment with or without an Aboriginal Guide.
You might like to do a 4 wheel drive to Cooktown or visit Laura's rock paintings on the way.
Daintree River, with its wildlife, its birds and crocodiles is an interesting option too.
It's only a short drive from Port ( 50 km)
And then there are the Tablelands with their coffee and tea plantations, the fruit growers, the gigantic fig trees and the magnificent waterfalls.
And of course, our markets.
Every Sunday the Port Douglas markets are a joy to visit,
It's a crofter's market, people make their own products.
The markets are held on the 'sand spit', a narrow headland, jutting out into the sea, so the sea is the backdrop, as is the lovely white church, St. Mary's by the Sea, the park and the palm trees.
You just have to go and see ....
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This page was last updated: 28 September 2010