Voted Trivago’s number one 4.5 star hotel in Australia 2018.
Awarded TripAdvisor’s ‘Best Small Hotel’ in Australia 2018.
Winner TripAdvisor ‘Best Service of all Australian Hotels’ 2018.
And currently #1 hotel on TripAdvisor’s live Australia rankings!
The property, however, is not resting on its laurels.
10 new reverse cycle air conditioners have gone in. As have rainhead and hand held showers in cottage bathrooms.
New tapware graces cottage kitchens, spas and bathrooms. New bathrobes, pillows, linen and towels add to cottage plushness.
Free WIFI is now available in all cottages and the manor house. Two new manor house bedrooms and an additional bathroom have been brought online. (The Manor House now offers six beautiful bedrooms – all with private, ensuited bathrooms!)
Refinements have also been made to the excellent gourmet breakfast offerings.
“But”, said owner Aryna Dryden, “some things don’t change! Refreshments on arrival, personal check-in, spotlessly clean accommodation, quality ironbark firewood, luxurious cottage double spas, free dinner transfers, complimentary port and chocolates, complimentary cappuccinos at reception, fun on the croquet lawn…. and the many ‘personal touches’ on which The Falls has built its reputation.”
The 6 secluded and private rainforest cottages are designed for couples. And the manor house now takes groups of up to 12. The overall property accommodates up to 24 guests.
“We’re ideal for many traveller profiles”, added Alan Dryden. “We adore romantic couples. We offer corporate retreats from 6 to 12 executives. We’re perfect for groups of couples travelling together. Girls’ weekends are ideal. Bridal groups and wedding guests are welcome. As are family reunions. And international travellers too.
“Montville is a fabulous world-class destination. Our boutique village, stunning waterfalls, lush rainforest, forever views, wonderful climate and chuckling kookaburras…. it’s a great mix for hinterland hospitality.”
For more information or bookings contact Alan and Aryna on 07 5445 7000 or go to their website.
Article published in August/September Edition of Come on Up