Toodyay, WA, Australia Accommodations

Accommodations in Toodyay

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    The SpaceThe bed has an electric blanket and the room has a reverse cycle air conditioner for heating and cooling. The bathroom has walls of corrugated iron to continue the rural theme. TV in room. Guest AccessDownstairs is the separate guest lounge with large balcony. There is a lounge, grand piano, TV, DVD, tea and coffee facilities, lots of games to play. Outside plenty to do! Lovely walks to year round creek, feed our friendly sheep and alpacas, chickens, ducks and peacocks. Play the giant games of Snakes and Ladders and Mills, get lost in our 1/2 acre garden maze or JUST relax.
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    The Eagles Nest at Amber Spring Gardens, Toodyay! A beautifully appointed KS or king twin singlesroom with own ensuite. Upstairs with views from all windows . Grove of trees to undulating farming hills and our extensive garden and pond.
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      The SpaceHoddywell is a heritage listed mud brick settlers cottage with modern conveniences on 7.5 acres of treed bush land. Totally unique Guest AccessIt is exclusively yours for your stay totally quiet with no neighbours Interaction with GuestsI am available at all times on (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) The NeighborhoodThere are many unique attractions in the neighbour hood. Including; Historic Toodyay and jail where Moondyne Toe spent a lot of time, WA very own Ned Kelly, wineries, unique wild flower archery park, bush walks, emu farms and much more Getting AroundYou need your own car or bike.
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      2br Home/Apartment
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      The SpaceYour hosts Hans and Tanya welcome you to our farm. It has so much to offer from young and old. Friendly alpacas, sheep, cats, chooks, ducks, peacocks that you can feed. Beautiful walks to our year round creek. A huge garden maze, large games of snakes and ladders and Mills, enjoy walking in our expansive garden. Just sit, relax watch the numerous birdlife, visit the quaint historic town of Toodyay 11 km away. Do as much or as little as you like. We would love you to share our patch of paradise
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      3.5-star Hotel
      Situated in the historical district, this cottage is within 9 mi (15 km) of Toodyay Racecourse, Toodyay Golf Course, and Tooday Visitors Center. Bernard Park and Northam Golf Club are also within 25 mi (40 km).
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      14 reviews
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      The SpaceA pretty, blue room that is spacious. comfortable and relaxing with garden views and adjacent bathroom. An additional room and bed is available upon request. Up to 4 persons can be accommodated. Guest AccessAccess to all areas except my bedroom. Interaction with GuestsI work weekdays. I have good knowledge of tourism in town and state. I am happy to converse but am happy for you to do your own thing. Up to you :) The NeighborhoodLess than 90 minutes from Perth city by car or train, Toodyay has a lovely, vibrant, active community. Currently holds KAB title "Tidy Town Australia". Historical, tourism precincts, cafes, shopping, pubs and train station are all within walking distance. At least one or two weekend events per month such as Targa Rally, Moondyne, Fibre and Food festivals, Picnic Race day, local produce markets plus many more. Local produce includes wine, olive oil, alpaca fibre, lime juice, fruit jams and preserves, pottery, art and crafts. Family gathering? In association with 2 gorgeous B&B's within 300mtr, we can accommodate 12 to 15 persons and offer High Teas or customised dinners and tours. Getting AroundA picturesque one hour train ride will get you to Midland connecting to the extensive city rail and bus line. The train station is within walking distance but I can collect and deliver to train with prior notice. I may also take you to places of interest with advance notice. Walking distance to all in town. A car is required for travel further afield. A community bus is available for hire at reasonable rates. Other Things to NoteI am a happy interactive person, I enjoy meeting people. There are pets in the garden, chickens and geese. There are no pets in the house. My home is on one level but there are steps down to the garden. I am involved with many community groups including the Historical Society and Chamber of Commerce. I now offer High Tea upon request.
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      The SpaceYour hosts Hans and Tanya welcome you to our farm. It has so much to offer from young and old. Friendly alpacas, sheep, cats, chooks, ducks, peacocks that you can feed. Beautiful walks to our year round creek. A huge garden maze, large games of snakes and ladders and Mills, enjoy walking in our expansive garden. Just sit, relax watch the numerous birdlife, visit the quaint historic town of Toodyay 11 km away. Do as much or as little as you like. We would love you to share our patch of paradise Guest AccessThe 2 cottages are very private with their own verandahs and spas. Fully equipped kitchen, large lounge dining kitchen area with 2 bedrooms one bathroom. Wood heaters also reverse cycle heating and cooling. SPAS on the verandah with beautiful views. All linen supplied. We also have five B and B rooms. Two upstairs form $120 a night. Three downstairs with private balconies ( 2 with bar fridge) from $140 per night. Sumptious continental and cooked breakfast included, served in separate guest lounge with balcony. All overlooking our garden and hilly views. Interaction with GuestsWe can offer advice on where to go and things to see around Toodyay. Will always chat about our farm and animals The NeighborhoodToodyay is an historic town with lots of small quirky shops and cafes. Many events are held in Toodyay. Moondyne Joe festival, Toodyay Music Festival, Toodyay Agricultural Show and many more Getting AroundYou can travel by car or catch the Avonlink train from Midland travelling through the scenic Avon Valley. From Toodyay there is a taxi service that can bring you out to the farm Other Things to NoteWe can have large groups through the whole accommodation if you want to get away with big family groups or friends.
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      Toodyay is a historic town and it is like a walk through history it have an excellent museum and some very good restaurants . The countryside is a mix of farming and bushland with some national parks. our property always has some native flowers
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        Located in Hoddys Well, Hoddywell Cottage is in the historical district and within the vicinity of Toodyay Golf Course and Toodyay Racecourse. This cottage is within the region of Tooday Visitors Center and Bernard Park. Treat yourself to a stay in one of the 3 guestrooms, featuring fireplaces. Have private patios. Kitchens are outfitted with full-sized refrigerators/freezers and microwaves. Amenities Take in the views from a garden and make use of amenities such as a fireplace in the lobby and tour/ticket assistance. This cottage also features a picnic area and barbecue grills.
        chalet
        1br chalet
          Set amongst 6acres of Olive and Gum trees a Working Pottery studio and Olive Grove. Earth Sculptures has been creating unique handmade pieces of pottery for over 20 years specalizing in a range including the Toodyay Smoking Swagman and the Original Smoking Dragon. Chalet guests can take a casual walk through the Olive Grove, visit the Pottery studio, explore a country road, unwind with a drink on the deck of your own private Chalet or enjoy a tasting at one of the many neighbouring restaurants and wineries. At the studio you can purchase art pieces that are individually sculptured from local clays. We specialise in individual and unique art pieces. Weekend workshop retreats, Couples and Bridal party retreats. A vibe somewhere between sophisticated and bohemian great place to relax chill out explore your creative side
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            The property is set in 4 acres of native garden It is only 1.7 from the historic village of Toodyay. there are good walk trails along the Avon river. Toodyay is located at the start of the goldfields trail. We are only 1hour 10 mins from Perth international air port and have a train service which takes you through the Swan Valley and the Avon national park. for those who come by rail we will pick up and return you to rail station
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            1br Chalet
              Set amongst 6acres of Olive and Gum trees a Working Pottery studio and Olive Grove. Earth Sculptures has been creating unique handmade pieces of pottery for over 20 years specalizing in a range including the Toodyay Smoking Swagman and the Original Smoking Dragon. Chalet guests can take a casual walk through the Olive Grove, visit the Pottery studio, explore a country road, unwind with a drink on the deck of your own private Chalet or enjoy a tasting at one of the many neighbouring restaurants and wineries. At the studio you can purchase art pieces that are individually sculptured from local clays. We specialise in individual and unique art pieces. Weekend workshop retreats, Couples and Bridal party retreats.
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                The property is set in 4 acres of native garden It is only 1.7 from the historic village of Toodyay. there are good walk trails along the Avon river. Toodyay is located at the start of the goldfields trail. We are only 1hour 10 mins from Perth international air port and have a train service which takes you through the Swan Valley and the Avon national park. for those who come by rail we will pick up and return you to rail station
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                My place is close to Train station, shops, town, pubs, cafes. You’ll love my place because of the ambiance, the view and the cosiness. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, business travellers, and furry friends (pets).
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                1br Bed & Breakfast
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                Guest AccessPool, Tennis Court, 24 hour tea and coffee, wildflowers in season Interaction with GuestsAs desired. Enjoy the beautiful views and sunsets The NeighborhoodToodyay has plenty to offer Getting AroundAvonlink train to and from Toodyay
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                5br Home/Apartment
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                You will love Mountain Park Retreat it is on the most beautiful 50 Acre farm with maginificent right the way around. There is loads of room for the whole family to stay and play. My place is close to art and culture, great views, restaurants and dining, and family-friendly activities. You’ll love it because of the ambiance, the outdoors space, the neighbourhood, and the peace and quiet. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, families (with kids), big groups, and furry friends (pets).
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                Our beautifully appointed "The Queen Room" with Queen size bed, ensuite, sitting area, TV, verandah, use of all facilities and includes a country cooked breakfast! Built in the 1860's with extensive renovations our homestead is situated on just over 7 acres with 5 beautifully appointed queen size bedrooms complete with ensuites and verandahs. A perfect spot to relax and enjoy our views.
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                The SpaceSerenity Cottage is part of our small property called Sanctuary on Avon. We're located only five kilometres from the heritage listed and historical township of Toodyay. The cottage itself has a fully self contained kitchen, with a small eatery and lounge area. The lounge is cozy and includes a TV and a few DVD's - please note: currently, there is no TV reception; you are more than welcome to bring your own movies and the TV also has USB ports. The master bedroom contains a queen ensemble, with a single ensemble in the small second bedroom. Bedding is available, however you are welcome to provide your own. Guest AccessSerenity Cottage has it's own driveway directly off Toodyay West Road; you can drive up to and park behind the cottage. If you're traveling with a small car or motorbike/s, you can park undercover, directly under the cottage itself. To enter the cottage itself, walk underneath or around the cottage to the front, where you can access the cottage via the front door. You are then more than welcome to unlock the back sliding door to bring up luggage etc. Interaction with GuestsSerenity Cottage is where our family and friends stay when they come to visit. So even though it is a part of our small property, and you are welcome to roam, please respect our privacy as we respect yours. We are happy to assist you - if there is something that we can do to improve your stay, please let us know. You are more than welcome to text me even at 2am whilst you're here. The NeighborhoodOur neighbourhood is made up of special rural and conservation properties. Mostly artisans, or retired farmers down-sizing. Each of the properties in the vacinity run on acerage. Sanctuary is on the corner of West Toodyay Road and Leeder Street. Leeder Street runs parallel to the Avon River, so it's a terrific place to stay during the Avon Descent which is run annually. Getting AroundThere is undercover parking - the cottage is a Queenslander so parking for small vehicles and motorbikes is available under the cottage. There is enough room for two vehicles to park behind the cottage. While there is no external power supply, there is ample room for caravans and trailers if you're towing, and plenty of turn around space as well - just let us know in advance so that we can accommodate you and your vehicles. There is no local public transport in Toodyay, however there is the Avonlink train service, which traverses between Northam and Perth twice daily. As we are only 5km from Toodyay itself, bicycles are a great way to get around if you have them. There are some major walk trails in and around the shire, so bring your walking boots with you. If it's winter, we also recommend bringing your wellies - great for tromping around the paddock whilst leaving your walking boots dry. Other Things to NoteSerenity Cottage is a place to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city. If you are traveling up to Toodyay via train, please let us know; so we can make arrangements to collect you from the train station and deliver you back at the end of your stay.
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                7 reviews
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                Kelinda House is a renovated 1930's, comfortable, self-contained house on the Avon River, walking distance to the main street - cafes, shops, hotels and restaurants. Sitting on the verandah you can watch teems of bird life in all its splendour.
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                Guests have their own sitting room and porch. We are only 1.75 from township, and there are several very pleasant walk trails close by. the town is a historic tourist precent and has some of the finest 19th century building in WA
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                This b&b is set in 3,85 acres of native garden. there is a train from Perth and we will pick you up from station the town is within easy walking distance We offer a continental breakfast,
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                Guest AccessThis is a small cottage with just one bedroom and one queen size bed. It is only suitable for a couple or a single person.
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                Pecan Hill is situated 4 KM from Historic Toodyay Townsite on 8.5 acres. We have 4 beautifully appointed rooms with ensuite bathrooms. Perfect starting base to explore the beautiful Avon Valley or just relax and enjoy the peace and quiet.. With our on site Restaurant, Gelato Icecreamery, Comfortable rooms, magnificent views and beautiful sunsets, this make Pecan Hill the perfect place to stay.. We are good for couples, solo adventurers, and business travellers.
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                3br Home/Apartment
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                Guest AccessGuests have access to the entire house, gardens and swimming pool. Interaction with GuestsI am available on my mobile and email during guests' stay.
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                Excellent
                3 reviews
                2br Bed & Breakfast
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                The SpaceYou will have a private suite of rooms comprising 2 bedrooms, ironing room, bathroom and lounge/reading/television room. The lounge/reading/television room has a 52cm flat screen TV and a Bose sound system. Guest AccessAs we live in the house you will need to share the kitchen, dinning, livingroom and pool areas. Your Suite of rooms has 3 french doors opening out to verandahs and the pool area. You are able to come and go without having to enter the common areas shared with us. Interaction with GuestsWe will be here when you arrive to show you around and we will be available on the phone 24/7 if you need us. We are happy to supply a picnic lunch if you are travelling in the region during the day and to supply a 2 or 3 course dinner. If you are interested please let us know and we will give you the cost. The NeighborhoodThe original village of Toodyay was one of the earliest inland towns in Western Australia. A habitat of the Ballardong Noongar people for thousands of years, the Avon River valley was discovered by Ensign Robert Dale in 1830, leading to exploration by settlers including James Drummond, Captain Francis Whitfield and Alexander Anderson. The first village was established in 1836. Drummond established his homestead Hawthornden nearby. The original location is subject to flooding, which led to its abandonment in the 1850s, and a new townsite was established on higher ground 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) upstream. This was proclaimed by Governor Arthur Kennedy on 1 October 1860 as "Newcastle" and the original settlement came to be referred to as "Old Toodyay". In May 1910, due to confusion with the New South Wales city of Newcastle, a name-change to Toodyay was proposed and the original townsite, which had by this time declined substantially, became "West Toodyay". The meaning of the name is uncertain, although it is Indigenous Noongar in origin — maps in 1836 referred to "Duidgee", while some believe it was named for a local woman named Toodyeep who accompanied early explorers in the area. The Shire of Toodyay's official history gives the meaning as "place of plenty". On the other hand, local anthropologists Ken Macintyre and Dr Barbara Dobson have postulated "that Duidgee most likely mimics a birdcall whose song once reflected the rich seasonal habitat of the bulrush-fringed pools and creek-lines of the Toodyay Valley", possibly the restless flycatcher or one of that family.[10] According to Noongar belief, a bird calls its own name. This name "Duidgee" is preserved in the riverside recreation area "Duidgee Park". Toodyay is also known as "the place that is misty and foggy". The Newcastle Gaol, in Clinton Street, completed in 1864, was in use as a state prison until 1909. It is now preserved as a heritage building and tourist attraction, the Old Gaol Museum. In 1870, a steam-driven flour mill, Connor's Mill, was built on Stirling Terrace by George Hasell. The mill was also used to generate electricity in the early twentieth century. Saved from demolition in the 1970s, and restored to demonstrate the milling process and machinery, the mill now forms the museum section of the Toodyay Visitor Centre. The Heritage Council of Western Australia lists over one hundred places of historical significance in or near Toodyay, including cottages (some of which are now ruins), homesteads, shops, churches, parks and railway infrastructure. The State Register of Heritage Buildings includes the Gaol, Connor's Mill, Toodyay Public Library, the old Toodyay Post Office and the old Toodyay Fire Station, as well as several other historic sites. The historic architecture of shops and residences along the main street, Stirling Terrace, presents a distinctive frontage termed the Stirling Terrace Streetscape Group. Some of the buildings are also listed on the Australian Heritage Database. They include the Freemasons Hotel, the Victoria Hotel, and Urwin's Store on Stirling Terrace, and Butterly's Cottage on Harper Road. Getting AroundTo access our property you will need a vehicle as there is no public trannsport. There is parking available for your car.
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                Your holiday home is walking distance from the train, the town centre, parks, walking trails and the historic Gaol Museum. You’ll love my place because of the view, the extensive garden, the neighbourhood, the spacious rooms and the comfy bed.
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                Woodstock Gully is the perfect tree-change getaway for all ages. It is a short scenic drive, being only 75 minutes from Joondalup in Perth, Western Australia. You'll have all the modern amenities you need in a self-contained; character filled; rustic old cottage in the middle of the Australian bush. State forest borders the property on two sides so you have all the isolation and privacy you need. The house sleeps seven- Bedroom 1: Queen Bedroom 2: Queen Bedroom 3: Double and a large king single. There are also two single mattresses under the beds. If you’re looking for solitude and want to experience nature, then we have 160 acres for you explore. Look out for our endangered Carnaby’s cockatoos; get up early to see the kangaroos; enjoy the wildflowers or just laze around on the veranda with a book and listen to the kookaburras. If you're lucky you might see an echidna; hear an owl or experience the eerie call of a vixen at night. There are plenty of places around the property to enjoy a quiet wine and a good long walk, or stoke up the fires in winter and snuggle down on the veranda. Don't forget to bring your camera or art supplies. There are plenty of perfect spots to explore your inner photographer/ artist! Kids can explore the old stock yards and see some old farming machinery around the property. They can climb trees; make cubbies; catch yabbies in the dam; fly a kite; ride bikes or hunt frogs at the waterhole at dusk; all within the safe property boundaries. Experience the contrasts of the Australian bush by visiting our property during each of the four seasons. Winter is for green, lush paddocks; full dam; bursting creek; misty, frosty mornings and warm fires (peak season). Or change it up by visiting our sunburnt land with beautiful sunsets, screeching cockatoos and clear, starry night skies in summer (off peak season). You can also sleep out in a tent or under the stars. Early spring is a beautiful time of the year with plenty of wildflowers and the bright yellow fields of neighbouring properties filled with canola crops. Visit in autumn for some lovely changing foliage; cooler nights and afternoon bird calls. The historic town of Toodyay is only 15 minutes away, so if you want to enjoy a meal out or get supplies, you’re not far from civilisation. Toodyay has a lot of special events scattered throughout the year that you can enjoy, so drop in at the Visitor's Centre when you're in town. The Chittering Valley is at your doorstep so you can also enjoy some great wineries and olive farms. Please note, there is only one spot on the property where you can get a mobile signal and we don't have WIFI. A landline old-school telephone is available in an emergency. Leave your technology at home and enjoy life's simple pleasures at Woodstock Gully! Please note that this property is about couples and families enjoying the great outdoors. We do not accept bookings for parties from large groups.
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                PLEASE CHECK WITH OWNER FOR CURRENT AND CURRENT RATES. THE CALENDAR IS NOT UPDATED THEREFORE HIGHER RATES APPLY TO LONG WEEKENDS, PUBLIC HOLIDAYS AND SCHOOL HOLIDAYS. SO THE STANDARD RATE DOES NOT APPLY DURING THESE TIMES.. PETS ARE ACCEPTABLE BY NEGOTIATION AND PET BOND PAYABLE. PLEASE ENQUIRE AS WE WILL DO OUR BEST TO ACCOMMODATE YOUR NEEDS. Mountain Park Retreat Toodyay is a new double storey, character built house situated near the Avon River on a beautiful 50 acre block of land. It has uninterrupted views of the Hills and surrounding landscape. Mountain Park Retreat Toodyay is on the Perth side of Toodyay approximately 75 kilometers (around 1 hours drive) east of Perth. Mountain Park Retreat is a large two storey Queenslander style character built home, with beautiful Verandahs right around to capture the breathtaking views. The homestead sleeps 10 people and is perfect to share with other family or friends. It is fully equipped and has all the comforts and features you will love. There is a spa upstairs which takes in the lovely views with balcony also in the master queen bedroom. It is tastefully decorated comprising of five bedrooms, two bathrooms and two toilets. The living area is open plan which includes a large kitchen, dining room, games room, family room and formal lounge all decorated in modern friendly colours. Close to the Avon River and Dumbarton Bridge this tranquil 50 acre parcel of private land sets the atmosphere for relaxation, privacy and enjoyment. There are fabulous features in the home which everyone will enjoy. There is a pool table in the games room and separate Family room with TV/DVD/VHS downstairs and Children's Television room upstairs. The formal lounge room is very peaceful for reading, relaxing or just enjoying the view quietly. Outside there is a full size cricket net, plenty of room for golfing, basketball and dart board. Along with the pergola and alfresco area there is a BBQ and outdoor setting. FEATURES INCLUDED : 5 Bedrooms Sleeps 10 people 2 Bathrooms SPA Dishwasher Microwave Fridge/Freezer Full Oven and Hotplate Cooking equipment all supplied Air Conditioning Reverse Cycle Heating Downstairs Ceiling Fans House Insulated TV Reception DVD Player Movies Supplied Video Player Rumpus Room Large Living Areas Formal Lounge Room Games Room with Pool Table Iron and Ironing Board Full size Washing Machine Conference Facilities 2 Rainwater Tanks - all drinking water is pure rainwater Barbeque Outdoor Setting Outside Alfresco Area Large Pergola Area Loads of Parking Cricket Pitch Plenty of Room for Golf Balconies with lovely views Beautiful property Views Short walk to the Avon River
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                Relax at Kelinda House on the banks of the Avon River and watch the water birds living on the island in the river in front of the house. This is just one of the things going on at any one time. The ever changing sunlight from sunrise to sunset gives the garden, the river even the bridge, a different dynamic throughout the day. Then at night, there are the party lights from the main street, Bernard Park and the Peel Terrace Bridge. The next day, whilst the sunlight works its magic, the 28s, black and pink and grey cockatoos are flying over the house, the New Holland Honeyeaters, martins, mudlarks and wattle birds are roaming through the garden. If that's not enough, out in the middle of the river there are white swans, cootes, cormorants, ducks, the occasional pelican with black swans flying in towards the end of summer. Inside the house are soothing rooms all with reverse cycle air conditioning ensuring your comfort. The kitchen has all the appliances and equipment that you would need to prepare that evening meal or breakfast, to be eaten on the verandah watching the water or at the dining table. The bedrooms have wardrobes, side tables and chests of drawers for storage. All beds have electric blankets, quilts and blankets for those cooler nights. The lounge room has a sofa bed and a three- seater so you can watch the plasma TV in comfort. The laundry is complete with washing machine and dryer. Cot, high chair and two single beds are available for children. This house appeals to families, couples, balloonists and those who wish to explore the Avon Valley and all its character. You will feel like you are at home.
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                Daisy's Cottage is a beautifully refurbished cottage situated in the delightful Avon Valley on the Buckland Estate where the historical Homestead Property was established in 1836 which makes it one of the oldest properties in WA. One hour and ten minutes from the domestic and international airports and one hour and thirty minutes from Perth CBD. Ten minutes to the locally historic town of Northam and twenty minutes to the delightful historic town of Toodyay. Just sit back and relax next to the cosy fireplace or outside under the veranda with beautiful scenic views, green farmland with grazing horses. Daisy Cottage is completely self contained, just bring your own food or enjoy a few local restaurants in historic towns of Toodyay and Northam. The cottage being situated in the Avon Valley has much on offer within the area Hot Air Ballooning from April until late November, the Avon Ascent York and Beverley, the local Coorinja Winery, Noble Falls winery and restaurant with entertainment every Sunday evening. The cottage being situated in this beautiful historic location in the Avon Valley will give you a wonderful relaxing holiday to enjoy!! A bottle of wine on arrival We look forward to having you stay at our beautiful cottage.
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                Dempster Cottage is a beautifully 1836 stone cottage situated in the delightful Avon Valley on the Buckland Estate where the historical Homestead Property was established in 1836 which makes it one of the oldest properties in WA. One hour and ten minutes from the domestic and international airports and one hour and thirty minutes from Perth CBD. Ten minutes to the locally historic town of Northam and twenty minutes to the delightful historic town of Toodyay. Just sit back and relax next to the cosy fireplace or outside under the veranda with beautiful scenic views, green farmland with grazing horses. Dempster Cottage is completely self contained, just bring your own food or enjoy a few local restaurants in historic towns of Toodyay and Northam. The cottage being situated in the Avon Valley has much on offer within the area Hot Air Ballooning from April until late November, the Avon Ascent York and Beverley, the local Coorinja Winery, Noble Falls winery and restaurant with entertainment every Sunday evening. The cottage being situated in this beautiful historic location in the Avon Valley will give you a wonderful relaxing holiday to enjoy!! A bottle of wine on arrival We look forward to having you stay at our beautiful cottage.
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                The SpaceWelcome to this spacious home with relaxing views and large garden to enjoy. a short stroll downhill will take you past our 151 year old Gaol now a wonderful museum, then have you in the middle of town with cafes and pubs and lovely lovely shops open all weekend all beside the river. and uphill will take you to even better town views and lovely walking trails. Guest AccessThe full house is yours to enjoy. The house is fully equipped to cater for a dinner party of up to 10 persons. Please respect the neighbours. Interaction with GuestsI have neighbours available to answer your questions. I am a mere email away, The NeighborhoodThe shops are open all weekend, have you heard about our wonderful Christmas shop? There are many events all year round. Toodyay was Australia's Tidiest Town 2015 and this years State Heritage and Culture winner. Come and see why... Getting AroundIn walking distance of the train. You can easily spend a lovely car free couple of days, there is plenty to see and do within walking distance. Other Things to NoteThe chickens lay daily, Collect the eggs if you wish, Please use any of the fruit or vegies in season, there is always something to choose from in the garden.
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                The SpaceLovely outdoor space, peace and quiet amid natural bush Guest AccessThe whole house. Pool in summer. Interaction with GuestsAs required for maintenance purposes The NeighborhoodEnjoy my home among the gum trees. Located near Toodyay's cafes, parks, pubs and shops. Getting AroundThe AvonLink train goes to Northam and Perth daily from Toodyay town centre. Your own vehicle is essential. Please be aware that the house is located on a dirt road. Other Things to NotePlease note that there are NO boundary fences! Take care around the pool and on the balcony. There is an enclosed garden or pet run with a small shed where pets can be kept safely when they are not indoors.
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                A place to rest and relax. Wake up to the sound of birds and the wind rustling in the trees as you take in the serene country view, the quiet and the odd kangaroo . Wildflowers in abundance in the spring and rugged hills scenery all year round. A 10min picturesque drive to historical village of Toodyay , situated on the Avon river with a variety of food options , 2 local pubs and a lovely park on the river. Plenty to see and do in the village or just relax and do nothing.
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                Modern Australian farmhouse rural setting close to bushwalking trails wildflowers and wildlife. 10km drive to historic Toodyay village 60km drive from Perth. Lovely cosy private queen bed room with garden views and own ensuite .