Check in from 3pm 
Check out by 10.00am 
Not suitable for children 12 years and under. 
Room rate is based on a maximum of two adults sharing. Additional cost for children or additional person. 
Breakfast included in room rate. 
No smoking within the property – Smoking area provided away from the property. 
No additional guests on premises after 10pm. 
Minimum age for check in 18 years. 
Photo ID required upon check In 
Rights are reserved to pre-authorise a credit card upon check in. 
Please leave a mobile contact for check in details on the day- Please note reception is not always manned and its important that we can contact you prior to check inPayment Policy:

Credit card required to hold the room. Payment can be made at time of booking via credit card or cash. 

To pay via Bank Transfer please use the reference on your invoice and deposit to the below bank account 
Richard Gardner Elizabeth Van Boxel 
ANZ BANK 
BSB 014 536 
ACC 295765536Cancellation Policy:

Cancellation charges apply for bookings cancelled within 24 hours of arrival. 
Cancellation fee 100% within 24 hours. 
Free cancellation up to 48 hours prior to arrival 

Getting There


The Village B&B Mudgeeraba is around a one hour drive South from Brisbane and around 25 minutes’ drive from Coolangatta airport. 
There is an airtrain service that travels directly from Brisbane International and Domestic terminal directly to Robina train station. From here you are a 10 minute taxi ride to our property. 
From Gold Coast Airport (Coolangatta) travel north towards Mudgeeraba on the M1 and take exit 80. Turn left off the motorway and continue straight to the first roundabout. Take the second exit marked HERITAGE CENTRE. The Village B&B is on the hill on your left hand side.

From Brisbane travelling South take exit 79 for Robina/Mudgeeraba. Turn right off the Motorway following the signs for Mudgeeraba. Follow the signs for the Heritage centre and Railway Street. This will lead you past the Village green. Continue to the roundabout and take the third exit to the Heritage Centre. The village B&B is on the hill on the left hand side.

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