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Qdos Arts Treehouses, Lorne
Style: Japanese fusion

Nestled in a tranquil bush setting Qdos Arts offers a collection of Japanese inspired treehouses, surrounded by a sculpture walk and onsite art gallery & café. Unleash your creative spirit or enjoy pure relaxation in Lorne.

What we love:

  • Peaceful natural bush setting
  • Onsite café and art gallery
  • Be inspired by the sculpture walk

In the Know:

  • Ideal for romantic getaways or artist/writers retreats
  • Designed to avoid modern day distractions there is no TV or radio in the treehouses
  • Breakfast at Qdos Café included in your tariff

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Qdos Arts Treehouses

Qdos Arts Treehouses Lorne
Qdos Arts Treehouses Lorne
Qdos Arts Treehouses Lorne
Qdos Arts Treehouses Lorne
Qdos Arts Treehouses Lorne
Qdos Arts Treehouses Lorne
Qdos Arts Treehouses Lorne
Qdos Arts Treehouses Lorne

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Location: 35 Allenvale Road, Lorne VIC 3232 AUSTRALIA

Arrival Time: 14:00 | Departure Time: 11:00

Qdos Arts is the vision of artist Graeme Wilkie whose appreciation of the tranquility of the Japanese aesthetic led him to develop this unique 'living art' experience. The retreat includes an art gallery, café, sculpture walk and 5 Japanese inspired treehouses in a quintessential Australian bush setting. If your goal is for a tranquil and peaceful getaway, then Qdos Arts Treehouses is the ideal destination for you.

Each of the treehouses is set apart for your comfort and privacy and while compact in size, offer modern comforts for a romantic getaway. The room features a low Japanese queen sized bed, authentic tatami mats, shoji screens and table for two. A Modern en-suite bathroom features a natural timber and stone vanity with shower. The most inviting feature is the furnished balcony, ideal to sit and be at one with nature or browse the plethora of art and design books. Keep your eyes peeled to see koalas lazily munching on eucalyptus leaves in the trees surrounding the treehouses. Our pick is the Yama room, the highest on the hill overseeing the whole property.

Ideal for couples looking for a romantic getaway or single travellers craving some rest & relaxation, Qdos Arts offers Japanese simplicity in a serene setting away from the buzzing beach scene of Lorne.

Facilities

  • Balcony/courtyard
  • Fans
  • Heating
  • Not suitable for children
  • Shower only
  • WiFi - free in some public areas
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Front desk - limited hours
  • Linen provided
  • Parking - onsite, self parking
  • Tea/coffee making facilities
  • Breakfast inclusions
  • Hairdryer
  • Non-smoking establishment
  • Refrigerator - bar size
  • Weddings accepted

Directions

Lorne is 2 hours from Melbourne on the picturesque Great Ocean Road.

Cancellation Policy

If cancelled or modified more than 7 days prior to arrival no fee will be charged. If cancelled or modified less than 7 days prior to arrival, 100% of the total booking will be charged. In case of no-show, the total price of the reservation will be charged.

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The zen-inspired treehouses for couples offer a harmonious and peaceful retreat amongst trees and sculptures. SALLY SEPTEMBER 2015


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