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Halse Lodge Guesthouse YHA

2 Halse Lane, Noosa, Queensland 4567 Australia
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#5 of 22 B&Bs / Inns in Noosa

Looking for a place to stay in Noosa? Then look no further than Halse Lodge Guesthouse YHA, a charming guest house that brings the best of Noosa to your doorstep.

Rooms at Halse Lodge Guesthouse YHA offer a kitchenette providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free internet access.

An on-site restaurant will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Halse Lodge Guesthouse YHA, free parking is available.

If you’re looking for an Italian restaurant, consider a visit to Locale, El Capitano Pizzeria & Bar, or Bombetta, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Halse Lodge Guesthouse YHA.

If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Hastings Street (0.2 mi) or Laguna Lookout (0.3 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.

We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Halse Lodge Guesthouse YHA as you experience everything Noosa has to offer.

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fjyhant wrote a review May 2021
Perth, Australia22 contributions18 helpful votes
My partner and I lived here for three months while we worked in Noosa and were so sad we eventually continued our travels. This beautiful heritage building is situated amongst Noosa National Park with views of the rainforest.It is very quiet and relaxed which suited us, but I understand if you’re looking for a ‘party hostel’ this may not be for you. The hostel itself is spacious with plenty of bathrooms, a good sized kitchen, lovely outdoor areas and living room with TV. Halse lodge is a two minute walk from Hastings Street and Noosa Main Beach which is perfect for those on holiday or backpackers looking for work. We stayed in a private double room which was lovely but we also stayed in a four person share dorm which was equally as good! Thank you to Jess, Brody and Liam for making us feel so welcome !
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Date of stay: February 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Eric wrote a review Mar 2021
1 contribution
Great location but the staff is the worst. Never smile, always complaining. There is no good vibe in this place it feels like a retirement home. Beds are pretty bad and the rental boards are completely broke.
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Date of stay: February 2021Trip type: Travelled solo
Aline Felton wrote a review Mar 2020
Brisbane, Australia793 contributions171 helpful votes
My husband and I were in Halse lodge for two nights and our experience was terrible on the first day, but then we got moved and upgraded, which made all the difference for our trip and our stay. I will resume each parts of our experience. 1) Check-in: terrible. We arrived 14h, paid for our stay but the system was down, so we could not have our keys. The receptionist (brown hair, young) asked us to wait for ten minutes and she would help us, but half an hour later there was no sign of her. My husband went to check and she said it could take hours to the system came back. I was surprised that I was able to pay, but wasn't able to have my keys to use the bedroom. The receptionist offered to save our bags and pointed us to a common bathroom as an alternative. By this time it was already 15h and we decided to open our bags in the middle of the lobby and find our swimwear, get changed and head to the beach. And so we did. 17:40 we came back and the system was back on, so we were able to get our keys. I don't understand why we couldn't have our keys before and the receptionist would just put us in the system when it came back. 2) Shared room: dirty (dust and I found a dead moth next to my pillow) and not much surface to lay your things. Later our roommates arrived, two girls smelling extremely bad. The reception was already closed and we could not complain. I spend the night opening the window and trying to breath, because the smell was so bad it was hard to sleep. Next morning we tried to have an early breakfast and go hiking, but the kitchen only opens 7:30. We found other backpackers frustrated about that too. When it finally opened I realized that the kitchen is located near other rooms, and that's why you can't use before 7:30. The wooden floor is so thin that everything shakes when you walk. The second the clock tiks 7:30 a huge crowd goes into the kitchen and it gets full. Maybe the noise would be lower if people could use it at anytime with caution. After breakfast we asked to be moved and the receptionist (short brown hair, looked in hers 30s) promptly moved us to a double room, and that made all the difference. It wss fast, easy problem solving. Our double room was near the kitchen but the noise wasn't any problem. The room was great, plenty of space to put out bags and personal items. There's a reading lamp and a beautiful view from the window. Mirror and comfy bed. Even the door was easier to open (the shared room require you to use both hands to open the door, since you must open the locker and the handle at the same time. So if you just had a shower it's hard to hold your clothes, towel, shampoo, etc, and use both hands to open the door). Everything was perfect in this room, except our neighbors from room 7 that arrived 1am banging doors and speaking ridiculously loud. I'm not a light sleeper, but it woke me up. It lasted 20min before the girls from room 7 stopped screaming and went to sleep. Even our floor was shaking when they walked by our door. So maybe if you had more strict rules, like if you apply fines. I could easily record the noise in our room and send to a mobile number reporting it. Despite that, out stay in the double room was great. Next morning we had breakfast and went hiking. It was great to have a great clean room to rest after our day. 3) The bathroom is also WAY BETTER in the building where the kitchen is located. Showers with no connection (so you won't get other people piss in your feet), the shower head was clean, while the other was rusty and had inconsistent water splashes. Our check-out was easy and simple. The receptionist offeto save our bags for the day, so we could enjoy it. I'd recommend you staying here, but only if you book a double room. The shared room facilities needs an upgrade and more strict rules. This place has an stunning view and is so fresh and open. I'd come back, but in a double room.
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Date of stay: March 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Benjamin wrote a review Mar 2020
26 contributions28 helpful votes
It's the cheapest accomodation in Noosa . For this price you have a good location and a part of the history of Noosa ( the oldest house of the city). And you see that the place it's old , the bed is horrible, you don't have plug near the bed and it's noisy. If you only want surfing and a cheap price you can go to this place. It's not so bad for two nights
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Date of stay: July 2019
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Lolita wrote a review Mar 2020
Brisbane, Australia7 contributions1 helpful vote
Really nice home lodge feeling. I wish I had have booked for longer. Great location right near the beach. Really good food on site with a quite bar area for quite drinks. Child friendly environment.set in a beautiful queenslander style lodge surrounded by rainforest absolutely beautiful..
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Date of stay: December 2019Trip type: Travelled solo
US$50 - US$79 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Halse Lodge Guesthouse YHA
Which popular attractions are close to Halse Lodge Guesthouse YHA?
Nearby attractions include Hastings Street (0.4 km), Laguna Lookout (0.4 km), and Tracey Keller Gallery - Noosa (0.4 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Halse Lodge Guesthouse YHA?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Halse Lodge Guesthouse YHA?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Halse Lodge Guesthouse YHA?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Halse Lodge Guesthouse YHA?
Conveniently located restaurants include Betty's Burgers, Sails Beach Restaurant, and Locale.
Is Halse Lodge Guesthouse YHA located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.5 km away from the centre of Noosa.
Are any cleaning services offered at Halse Lodge Guesthouse YHA?
Yes, laundry service and self serve laundry are offered to guests.