This little self-contained cottage is situated on 17 acres just south of Bridgetown, an historic town in Australia’s renowned Southwest region. Our place is secluded and tranquil, ideal for anyone local or regional looking for a spot to isolate and relax.

This charmingly renovated cottage is comfortable, clean and cosy and an easy 5-minute drive to town for supplies. It is generously sized, featuring light and airy open plan living that includes a bedroom partition, living area, and fully equipped kitchenette with stove, fridge and microwave. There is a separate bathroom with toilet and shower. To ensure you are comfortable, the cottage has both a wood fire and reverse cycle air conditioner for those cold ‘Fridgetown’ nights or hot summer evenings. We have fast wifi available.

The cottage has private access and parking and is separate from the main homestead. Access is via a short path that has some stairs (an alternate route can be arranged if stairs are a problem). Outdoors there is a small paved courtyard to soak up the sun, and a shady table amongst the trees for al fresco dining. This is also a wonderful spot to do some bird watching.

There is no TV, but we do have board games, books, and the great outdoors. Free Wi-Fi is also included if you need to look up the birds or trees or do some work.

Although the cottage is designed for couples, we can accommodate up to 3 if someone is willing to take the floor mattress (but do keep in mind that it is a studio space, with only a partition between rooms).

Guests have access to the entire cottage and the rest of our property with the exception of the house where we stay. You can also easily access the State Forest behind our place for some bush walking or bike riding.