Whether travelling for business or pleasure, Mercure Clear Mountain Lodge set amidst natural surrounds is your ideal north Brisbane accommodation retreat from the city, just 40 minutes north of Brisbane CBD.
Offering peace and tranquillity to guests and conference delegates, the elegant mountaintop hotel is surrounded by 20 hectares of bushland and gardens complemented by stunning panoramic views across to the Glass House Mountains and Moreton Bay islands.
Mercure Clear Mountain Lodge offers the complete package: 51 beautifully appointed rooms and suites with private balconies offering a variety of spectacular views from the Glasshouse Mountains to the natural Australian bush and the city lights of Brisbane beyond.
Enjoy modern Australian cuisine in the Lakeview Restaurant and our signature restaurant Mandy's on the Mountain, boasting fresh, seasonal ingredients from our Chef's kitchen garden. Take full advantage of the outdoor swimming pool, gym and tennis court or wander the vineyard and resort grounds.
No stay is complete without a pampering treatment amidst the luxury of Stephanies Mountain Spa. Any kind of stay can be accommodated from a short business stopover to a family holiday, romantic getaway or girls' weekend.
You’ll find numerous natural attractions and nature experiences within 15 minutes’ drive of the lodge:
Tranquil Lake Samsonvale is a wonderful spot for a nature reprieve. Talk a lengthy walk around the lake, or enjoy a picnic at Bullocky Rest. Kumbartcho Sanctuary is another nearby haven perfect for a peaceful walk.
Samford is a lovely, quaint little village with a few boutique shops and cafes perfect for a casual wander.
A real treat for animal lovers, Trevena Glen Farm hosts open farm days once a month.
564 Clear Mountain Road, Clear Mountain QLD, Australia
07 3298 5100
Public holidays may vary
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