I've stayed in enough "hotels" for two lifetimes. Sue's Mt Cotton Retreat was exactly what I was looking for... A small collection of "cabins" in a quiet setting which felt like a "home" rather than a hotel. Check-in was complicated only by my email transferring Sue's communication to a junk folder but once we were checked in it was an overall excellent experience. Spacious, comfortable, beautiful view of the forest, HOT WATER with a showerhead more than 6' high (one foot about the obvious-world-standard for showerhead heights), etc. (If you're a light sleeper bring earplugs as you can hear some traffic from the nearby road - but not enough to be a bother.) I cannot say enough positive things about this stay. We will definitely be back... (The only tense moment was (while speaking to my wife on a video call) when a rabid? Kookaburra slammed into the sliding glass door as I walked toward it at night nearly causing me to, errrrr, faint. He flew through the screened-in porch and could not escape.) Only suggestion I would have would be to install dehumidifiers or a clothing dryer as the humidity made it impossible to dry towels, etc.