Mayan Farm Luxe Villas

Kin Kin

Mayan Luxe Villas offers sustainable, luxury accommodation with incredible views atop 100 acres of farmland in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland town of Kin Kin, a popular destination for those seeking a country escape.

Mayan Farm Luxe Villas Kin Kin

Blending harmoniously with the natural surroundings of Mayan Farm, Mayan Luxe Villas are constructed with rammed earth, offering a sustainable and warm ambience with a low carbon footprint. Rammed earth walls eliminate the need for air-conditioning and heating, ensuring cosy winters and cool summers thanks to their clever design that adapts to evening temperature fluctuations.

Mayan Farm Luxe Villas Kin Kin

Each piece of timber used in the construction of Mayan Luxe Villas carries its own unique history, sourced from 80 percent recycled timbers or locally milled timber, while bespoke craftsmanship shines through in the recycled metal fixtures and fittings. These include the impressive front doors made from 200 year old slab hut timber and the door handles from the Pirates of the Caribbean movie set.

Mayan Farm Luxe Villas Kin Kin

Ideal for couples, friends, or families, Mayan Luxe Villas offers a complete accommodation experience for up to eight guests, featuring stunning countryside views enjoyed from the hilltop plunge pool, alfresco dining areas, central entertaining pavilion, and luxurious bedroom suites. The spacious outdoor area with a fire pit and wood-fire oven provides the perfect gathering spot for relaxed evenings and pizza-making sessions.

Mayan Farm Luxe Villas Kin Kin

Mayan Luxe Villas features a central entertainers' pavilion with a chef's kitchen, formal dining and living areas, a QB/study with an adjacent bathroom, while the East and West Wing provide separate KB villa suites with private decks, heavenly king-size beds, spacious bathrooms, and breathtaking countryside views. One of the suites even includes a kitchenette/laundrette and an outdoor bath and shower, allowing guests to enjoy a starlit soak.

Mayan Farm Luxe Villas Kin Kin

Kin Kin is a 2 hour drive to Brisbane, 35 minutes from Noosa and around an hour to Tin Can Bay and Rainbow Beach. There are monthly markets, award-winning dining at Black Ant Gourmet Cafe Restaurant @ Kin Kin General Store and a gift shop, Kin Kin Depot, selling local wares. The Kin Kin Hotel is currently being fully renovated and is expect to open again shortly.

Within 15 minutes you can hike the imposing Mt Cooroora in Tuchekoi National Park, visit Amrita Park Meadery and Pomona Distillery and pick strawberries at Cooloola Berries Farm from June to November. The Noosa Trail network surrounding Kin Kin offers wonderful country trails for bushwalkers and horseriders.

Mayan Luxe Villas is a rare gem, offering accommodation luxury and views without the heavy carbon footprint. There is a two-night minimum stay.

Off-peak season:

Sunday-Thursday for up to 4 ppl for 2 nights is $475 per night.

Friday-Saturday for up to 4 ppl for 2 nights is $600 per night.

There is an additional $50pp per night for more than 4 ppl - up to a maximum of 8 guests.

Mayan Farm Luxe Villas

342 Sister Tree Creek Rd

Kin Kin



342 Sister Tree Creek Rd Kin Kin

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