The SpaceI refer to our cosy home at Cygnet Bay as our beach shack. Its a bit quirky and eclectic, and fun! There is a lovely corner in the living area with a bed/lounge to relax in. A lovely deep bath to have a soak in and fire pit to sit around in the evening with a wine and toast some marshmallows. Lived in by a family, there are plenty of books, board games, dvds and toys for all ages. An outdoor shower to throw the kids in! Being located in the main camp, you can always opt for a champagne lunch with a pearl meat taster or join other guests and staff for the dinner in the restaurant. Don't forget cocktails by the pool at happy hour, to look at the tours we have on offer and of course our showroom of exquisite pearls grown right here on the farm. Guest AccessYou will have access to one bedroom (main bedroom), living area and bathroom, if renting one bedroom, maximum two guests. A second bedroom (kids room) is optional for another nightly rate. If you have more than two guests, you will be required to rent this room. As a guest at Cygnet Bay, you have access to all the farms other amenities. Please feel free to look in drawers/cupboards, you will find what you need.....There is an extra trunk of beach towels located near the front door. Please also be careful of the front door steps, the bottom step has less depth than the second step (difficult to notice after one or two wines!) Whilst you stay with us, enjoy a complimentary continental breakfast at the restaurant and a complimentary Pearl Farm Tour, on us. Interaction with GuestsOur helpful tourism staff is always available to help and answer any questions you may have about Cygnet Bay and the surrounding areas. Follow the entrance path to meet our friendly receptionists. The NeighborhoodCygnet Bay Pearl Farm is the only fully operational pearl farm open to the public. We have been in operation since 1946. We are family owned and run and into our four generation of little pearlers. The homestead that you are staying in was the first "proper" house lived in by Bruce and Alison Brown, my husbands parents. Before this they lived in a bark hut for 10 years! Over the years it has been lived in by other management persons and employees. In 2015, we decided to move out of our current home, The Master Pearler, and back into the homestead. Getting AroundAs this homestead in located in the main camp, if you are simply wanting to relax and do cygnet bay based tours you will not have the need for transport. If you wish to drive to cygnet bay, you will need a 4WD or will need to book the peninsula bus service, operated by Broome Taxis.There are also charter flights available to land at CB. If you are wanting to explore other areas of the peninsula you will need to come in your own 4WD transport. Other Things to NoteYou are required to "check-in" at reception and collect the house keys. Being an operational farm, we are required to know who is on farm premises and brief you on the areas accessible to our guests.