Innishfree is a stunning architecturally designed home with a perfectly positioned north facing position with spectacular panoramic views of the coast, rolling hills and green valleys of the picturesque semi-rural horse country pocket of Yandina Creek, Lake Weyba & Laguna Bay Noosa and west to Kenilworth & Cooroy whereby we have viewed the most spectacular sunsets.
Enjoy the tranquillity and peacefulness of being amongst and above the trees yet 10 minutes later you can enjoy the beach and cafe atmosphere of Coolum and Peregian Beaches and a 20 minute drive will take you north to Noosa or south to Maroochydore, Cotton Tree and Moloolaba . So wonderfully central and just 20 minutes from Maroochydore airport or 90 minutes to Brisbane Airport.
Innishfree consists of two pavilion villas. The smaller one we have enjoyed having Airbnb guests stay and you can peruse the reviews posted, but now we have opened up the main pavilion villa home with more bedrooms and space available to be enjoyed by our Airbnb guests just as we have.
Guests enjoy walking the Mt Coolum track 10 minutes away, dine at the Spirit House 20 minutes away and as well as the beach it is an easy drive to the mountain areas of Maleny and Montville to explore.
Coolum our closest beach village has great little cafes and restaurants for evening dining as well and 5 minutes drive north is the gorgeous Peregian Beach village with an abundance of quality interior design shops and boutiques.
Not to be missed is the iconic largest artisan market in Australia Eumundi Markets opened Wednesday and Saturday with Eumundi Square with its over 90 artisan shops opened as well on a Friday
It is always a pleasure dining or just a coffee on the beach front at Noosa and watching the waves and doing the headland walk. Just a 20 minute drive straight up the Sunshine Coast Motorway
The river at Noosaville has the most beautiful atmosphere as well and lovely for a picnic or fish and chips
For fish and chips most locals head down to Coolum and sit at the tables near the beach, to the glorious Cotton Tree estuary or straight from the trawlers at Moloolaba.
If it's special fine dining you are after there are many restaurants on the Sunshine Coast who have won awards.
So plenty to enjoy ! or just chill out with a book