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The rooms are tiny, and have rubbish ceiling fans, so we had to leave the doors open at night in order to sleep! (Compared to the other hostel in Noosa we've been to, this is preposterous!)
And unlike most YHAs and other good hostels they...More
This hostel was the most expensive one we hand on the east coast and it was really not worth it! First we were in a 4 shared room and the room was so small it wasn't possible to lodge all you stuff! There was just...More
Room was nice but no blinds or air conditioning which made it slightly difficult to sleep. Communal facilities were clean, but hardly any seating available near the kitchen which made it hard to eat communally. Staff were helpful and booked our kayaking trip for us...More
Stacey at reception is very helpful and made our stay. She was constantly happy, cheery and a delight to chat to.
Nice basic rooms with basic facilities. It served our purposes well. The on-site bar closed early though.
- 9 night stay in the outer building in a dorm of 5 was very good. Close to kitchen and washing facilities which was great.
However expect the potential visitor as it’s quite an old wooden building where insects can get into.
- Halse lodge...More
Response from HalseLodge | Property representative |
Thank you for your enquiry!
Unfortunately, due to our protected heritage building - we are unable to install air-conditioning. We do have ceiling fans in each room. We hope this helps! -Management
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"The rainforest room (16 bed dorm) is very spacious and offers a beautiful view of the rainforest."