York, WA, Australia Accommodations

Accommodations in York

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The SpaceLaurelville is a stately turn-of-the-century Edwardian two storey homestead with wide bullnosed verandahs, distinctive gables and elegant turrets. Nestled in 3 acres of Hans Heysen landscape on the side of Mt Brown and overlooking York and the Avon Valley, it enjoys sweeping views from the rear of the property, and glorious sunsets from the front balconies. Laurelville has been completely refurbished by designer Kyla Colvin to create a beautiful, elegant and uniquely Australian country house destination. The supremely comfortable beds are fitted with fine Flaxfield New Zealand linen, luxury quilts and sumptuous Bemboka blankets made with angora and Australian merino wool. Relax in superior luxury and experience the finest of Western Australian hospitality. We look forward to spoiling you. Guest AccessGuests have access to a number of beautiful common areas, including 2 lounges, billiard room, verandas. Interaction with GuestsWe provide breakfasts and are available onsite should guests require any additional assistance.
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The SpaceThere are 2 bed side tables with lights, a desk, a TV , There is a microwave, a toaster, kettle, mugs and cups, glasses There are bed linen and plenty of towels in the unit. The unit has easy access to outdoor areas where you can relax with a cup of coffee or a drink.. We are here for all your request. Guest AccessThe room and the grounds. Interaction with GuestsWe are onsite 24 hours The NeighborhoodYork and surrounding area has lots of cafe's to relax at.walking distance to the local pub. Many historical buildings and places to see. Getting AroundYork is great for walks or central to explore different parts of the Avon Valley by Car. 1 hour drive to the city of Perth and airports Other Things to NoteSkydiving just 10 mins away
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The NeighborhoodYou will be staying right next door the York Town Hall, the amazingly restored building was Built in 1911 and hosts the largest floor area of any such building in Western Australia. This Grand Old Lady is a must to see. Getting AroundAs The Nosh & Nod is in the Main Street you will only have a short stroll to eating houses, cafes, hotels, shops and some lovely places of interest.
Home/Apartment
Excellent
11 reviews
1br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThe York Post Office was built in 1893 to the design of colonial architect George Temple-Poole. It is one of Australia's only still functioning, purpose built post office. The apartment is located within the old post master's residence. Guest AccessGuests have exclusive access to the apartment's facilities. Interaction with GuestsThe apartment operates on a self checkin basis, but guests can be met at the apartment by arrangement. No interaction with owners or owner's representatives unless required. Other Things to NoteFree on site parking
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The SpaceWell appointed Self and Fully Self Contained Rooms Guest AccessFree Private Parking Interaction with GuestsI am always contactable on my mobile phone - (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) or via email or text. Getting AroundAs we are situated in the Main Street shops, hotels, cafes and some attractions are with close walking distance Other Things to NoteVisitor/Information Centre is right next door in the 1911 built Town Hall
apt. / condo
Excellent
3 reviews
1br apt. / condo
    The York Post Office apartment is modern self-contained accommodation in a grand historic building providing everything you need for the perfect weekend escape! Being in the center of town means everything is a short walk. Eat dinner out and stroll home. Located upstairs in the beautiful heritage-listed York Post Office building, the apartment is elegantly furnished with a mix of contemporary and early Australian furniture. Enjoy wood-fired, slow combustion heating in winter and cool air-conditioned comfort during the warmer summer months. Other features include modern kitchen equipped with European appliances, private balcony, separate bedroom with QS bed, latex mattress and wall-mounted flatscreen HD TV and separate bathroom with deep full-sized bath. The Post Office building is situated on Avon Terrace between the historic Courthouse and the IGA supermarket. Prices start from $150/night (mid-week min 2 nights for 2 adults during low season) to $240/night Above the York Post Office at 134 Avon Terrace, York. Between York Courthouse and IGA building. Lots of historic walks, Av
    cottage
    Good
    6 reviews
    2br cottage
      Set in 15 picturesque acres a short stroll from the main street of York, Western Australia's oldest inland town, our superbly appointed fully self-contained cottage is perfect for a country getaway and is ideal for families and couples alike. Perfect for all seasons, the cottage features: Fully equipped kitchen; Reverse cycle air-conditioning; Log fire; Claw foot bath; Shower; and Gas BBQ. In addition our facilities include: Floodlit tennis court; Garden spa; Children's playground; Recreation room; putting green; and friendly farm animals. The historic township of York is in the heart of the Avon Valley just 97 kilometres east of Perth. A heritage listed town with its carefully preserved buildings it is a 'must see' on your travels in Western Australia.
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      The SpaceGuests have enjoyed the sense of space, the feel of being in the country whilst still being close to the village, and the quiet stillness of the block. The room is large and airy and very comfortable. Guest AccessParking on the property. Guest fridge. The common room is air conditioned. A misting fan in the bedroom keeps it comfortable in summer. TV and DVD player in lounge, kitchen facilities for light meals: gas stove, microwave, kettle, toaster, etc. All linen provided plus electric blanket for winter use. Interaction with GuestsI'm at home most days and am happy to socialize with guests and to assist where I can. The NeighborhoodThe house is in a very quiet neighborhood on a 1 acre Block which is surrounded by large vacant, treed areas. It is just 1.2k's from the village -an easy 15 min walk. The village has notable historical buildings, a small supermarket, two hotels with friendly pubs, a cafe, popular bakery and a restaurant. Also some cute shops, art and craft galleries and other village amenities. Beverley even boasts a swimming pool ! Tourist amenities: to do and see - (my recommendations) Gliding and Soaring Club - depends on the weather! Easy day trip north taking in York, Northam, Toodyay and return via Spencer's Brook and York. Easy day trip south/east to Boyagin Nature Reserve (Spectacular Boyagin Rock with excellent walks), Pingelly and or Tutanning Nature Reserve (south-east of Pingelly. The wild flowers at Tutanning have been amazing this year. Guided walking tours are sometimes available for a nominal fee. Getting AroundOwn transport recommended.
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      Good
      3 reviews
      1br Home/Apartment
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      The SpaceRose Cottage has a full kitchen with lots of cooking utencils, crockery etc. Small bedroom with queen size bed and ensuite bathroom. Cosy living area with TV/DVD. Sunny patio with BBQ. Great views of our farm and surrounding hills from this gorgeous little cottage. Guest AccessYour hosts will greet you and take you to the cottage. It is set amongst other cottages, but is completely separate and very private. Interaction with GuestsYour hosts live onsite at this Farmstay. We hope you will joins at animal feeding time and enjoy our farm. We have great places for long bush walks and the stars are glorious at night time. The NeighborhoodWe are located about halfway between the historic towns of York and Beverley. Getting AroundBased in the centre of the Avon Valley, there are great driving trips to the surrounding towns. Other Things to NoteWe have 2 one bedroom cottages so if Rose Cottage is not available, the other one might be.
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      2br Home/Apartment
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      The SpaceEnjoy the Farmstay experience plus the privacy of your own cottage. Join your hosts at animal feeding time in the afternoon. Guest AccessThe cottage has a well set up kitchen, bathroom with claw foot bath and separate shower. Lounge with TV, DVD, books and games. Interaction with GuestsYour hosts will take you to your cottage and show you through the features of the farm. The NeighborhoodWe have 150 acres on the banks of the Avon River. There is 2.5km of river to explore. Getting AroundIf you do not self drive, we can recommend a couple of small charter companies who can pick you up from Perth, take you shopping and drop you at the farm. Other Things to NoteThe Farmstay is located halfway between the historical towns of York and Beverley.
      Hotel
      3-star Hotel
      Located in the heart of York, this motel is within 1 mi (2 km) of York Motor Museum, York Residency Museum, and Holy Trinity Church. Gwambygine Park is 7.2 mi (11.7 km) away.
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      Okay
      3 reviews
      1br Home/Apartment
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      This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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      Excellent
      10 reviews
      3br Home/Apartment
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      The SpaceAvonmore Cottage combines the old and the new with a carefully preserved and restored front section that flows seamlessly into a modern and bright rear section leading onto a wide shady verandah and an open sun deck to capture the best of all seasons. Guest AccessThe whole cottage is yours for the duration of your stay. The owners live elsewhere. Interaction with GuestsThe owners will greet you on your arrival and familiarise you with all of the cottage's features and the surrounding areas. The NeighborhoodAvonmore Cottage is situated on Pool St, which leads directly into the centre of town over the iconic swing bridge. The cottage is just 500 metres from popular wedding Laurelville and a kilometre from the other local wedding venue, Faversham House. Getting AroundMost of York's points of interest are within comfortable walking distance. The Shire of York also produces historical walking maps that are available at the cottage. A 20 minute drive will get you to Northam, Beverley, Spencers Brook and Greenhills.
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      A stay at The Nosh & Nod - Howick Street places you in the heart of York, steps from York Motor Museum and close to York Residency Museum. This motel is within the region of Holy Trinity Church and Gwambygine Park. Make yourself at home in one of the 5 individually decorated guestrooms, featuring kitchenettes with refrigerators and microwaves. Have private balconies or patios. 32-inch flat-screen televisions with DVD players are provided for your entertainment. Conveniences include coffee/tea makers and irons/ironing boards, and housekeeping is provided on a limited basis. Amenities Take in the views from a terrace and a garden and make use of amenities such as wedding services. Enjoy a satisfying meal at a restaurant serving guests of The Nosh & Nod - Howick Street. Featured amenities include express check-in, express check-out, and dry cleaning/laundry services. Free self parking is available onsite.
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      8br farm stay
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      Situated in a rural location, this guesthouse is 2.1 mi (3.4 km) from Gwambygine Park and within 9 mi (15 km) of York Motor Museum and York Residency Museum. Holy Trinity Church is 10 mi (16.1 km) away.
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      Good
      15 reviews
      5br hotel
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      Situated in York, this luxury guesthouse is within a 15-minute walk of York Residency Museum and York Motor Museum. Holy Trinity Church is 0.9 mi (1.4 km) away.
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      18br hotel
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      Located in the heart of York, this luxury hotel is within a 15-minute walk of York Motor Museum and York Residency Museum. Holy Trinity Church is 1.1 mi (1.7 km) away.
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      Poor
      2 reviews
      7br hotel
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      Situated in York, this motel is within a 15-minute walk of York Motor Museum and York Residency Museum. Holy Trinity Church is 1.5 mi (2.4 km) away.
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      Poor
      18 reviews
      22br hotel
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      Situated on the Strip, this motel is within a 15-minute walk of York Motor Museum and York Residency Museum. Holy Trinity Church is 1.1 mi (1.8 km) away.
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      4br hotel
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      Situated in York, this motel is within a 15-minute walk of York Motor Museum and York Residency Museum. Holy Trinity Church is 1.3 mi (2 km) away.
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      25br hotel
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      Situated in York, this motel is within 1 mi (2 km) of York Motor Museum, York Residency Museum, and Holy Trinity Church. Gwambygine Park is 7.2 mi (11.6 km) away.
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      Good
      8 reviews
      14br hotel
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      Situated in York, this luxury bed & breakfast is within 1 mi (2 km) of York Motor Museum, York Residency Museum, and Holy Trinity Church. Gwambygine Park is 7.5 mi (12 km) away.
      cottage
      Excellent
      2 reviews
      4br cottage
        Kookaburra Cottages offer quality, affordable accommodation - ideal for groups, family groups and mid-week or weekend residential workshops for writers, artists, musicians, etc. Built in the 1850s, the historic property is one of Yorks earliest buildings and comprises four rooms accommodating up to 11 people across two private double rooms (1 x QS bed and 1 x Dbl bed) and two shared rooms (with a mix of single & double bunks). Shared bathroom facilities, common kitchen with cooking facilities, inside and covered outside workshop area set amid shady lush gardens. The property is centrally located (only 100m from the IGA supermarket) and backs onto the Avon River. Visitors can enjoy beautiful river walks, heritage walks, walk up to Mt Brown (and explore the York cemetery on the way) or visit the York Wildflower Societys regenerated bush block showcasing wildflowers indigenous to the York region. York is one of Western Australia's most historic towns. It was WA's first inland town having been established in 1831 and played a significant role in WA's economic fortunes after the discovery of gold in the 1890s. York is proud of this heritage and the foresight and determination of the local York resident's during the 1980s saw York become the first West Australian town to be subject to heritage protection. As a consequence, visitors can now explore WAs convict and colonial history by visiting the Residency Museum and Tipperary School (next to the Sandalwood Yards), exploring the beautiful York Town Hall, visiting the precinct of Blandstown or some of the buildings designed by colonial architect George Temple-Poole, including the Post Office, Courthouse and Police Station, the old York hospital and York School. The more adventurous visitors can enjoy hot air ballooning, skydiving, gliding and paragliding or stay in York during the annual Avon Descent which starts in nearby Northam. Rates: Private rooms with QS bed $90/n (Fri/Sat) or $85/n (Sun-Thurs) Mixed rooms with bunks & 1 QS bed $50pp/night (Fri/Sat) or $45pp/night (Sun-Thurs) Children under 12years $35pp/night. Minimum 2 nights all bookings.
        cottage
        2br cottage
          Kookaburra Cottages offer quality, affordable accommodation - ideal for groups, family groups and mid-week or weekend residential workshops for writers, artists, musicians, etc. Built in the 1850s, the historic property is one of York's earliest buildings. Accommodation comprises two private rooms (one QS bed and one double bed) which can be rented independently. For bigger groups, we also have two additional rooms offering accommodation for up to 7 people, in a mix of single/double bunks. Shared bathroom facilities, common kitchen with cooking facilities, inside and covered seating areas set amid shady lush gardens. The property is centrally located at 152 Avon Terrace (only 100m from the IGA supermarket) and backs onto the Avon River. Visitors can enjoy beautiful river walks, heritage walks, walk up to Mt Brown (and explore the York cemetery on the way) or visit the York Wildflower Society's regenerated bush block showcasing wildflowers indigenous to the York region.
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          1br Home/Apartment
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          The York Post Office apartment is modern self-contained accommodation in a grand historic building providing everything you need for the perfect weekend escape! Being in the center of town means everything is a short walk. Eat dinner out and stroll home. Located upstairs in the beautiful heritage-listed York Post Office building, the apartment is elegantly furnished with a mix of contemporary and early Australian furniture. Enjoy wood-fired, slow combustion heating in winter and cool air-conditioned comfort during the warmer summer months. Other features include modern kitchen equipped with European appliances, private balcony, separate bedroom with QS bed, latex mattress and wall-mounted flatscreen HD TV and separate bathroom with deep full-sized bath. The Post Office building is situated on Avon Terrace between the historic Courthouse and the IGA supermarket. Prices start from $150/night (mid-week min 2 nights for 2 adults during low season) to $240/night
          Cottage
          Nice
          5 reviews
          2br Cottage
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          Set in 15 picturesque acres a short stroll from the main street of York, Western Australia's oldest inland town, our superbly appointed fully self-contained cottage is perfect for a country getaway and is ideal for families and couples alike. Perfect for all seasons, the cottage features: Fully equipped kitchen; Reverse cycle air-conditioning; Log fire; Claw foot bath; Shower; and Gas BBQ. In addition our facilities include: Floodlit tennis court; Garden spa; Children's playground; Recreation room; putting green; and friendly farm animals. The historic township of York is in the heart of the Avon Valley just 97 kilometres east of Perth. A heritage listed town with its carefully preserved buildings it is a 'must see' on your travels in Western Australia.
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          2br Cottage
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          Lavendale Farm offers quality accommodation in a rural setting in the Avon Valley of Western Australia, just an hour and a half from Perth. We have 10 different cottages and units. There are 1 bedroom, 2 bedroom and 3 bedroom units, and all are quite unique. Two even combine to make a 5 bedroom house. Great for those extra large families. All cottages have well set up kitchens, living and dining areas, outdoor areas with BBQs and settings. They all have full bathrooms, some with baths as well as showers. There are farm animals, a children's playground and activity room. Great bush walks along the river and around our farm. Explore the nearby historical towns. Cook your own meals of travel just 10 minutes to York or Beverley for dinner. Aussie Bush Cabin is our most secluded. It has a wide veranda, claw-foot bath and some interesting features of country Australia. Nestled in a bush garden where you can still see the animals.
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          Excellent
          2 reviews
          4br Cottage
            Kookaburra Cottages offer quality, affordable accommodation - ideal for groups, family groups and mid-week or weekend residential workshops for writers, artists, musicians, etc. Built in the 1850s, the historic property is one of Yorks earliest buildings and comprises four rooms accommodating up to 11 people across two private double rooms (1 x QS bed and 1 x Dbl bed) and two shared rooms (with a mix of single & double bunks). Shared bathroom facilities, common kitchen with cooking facilities, inside and covered outside workshop area set amid shady lush gardens. The property is centrally located (only 100m from the IGA supermarket) and backs onto the Avon River. Visitors can enjoy beautiful river walks, heritage walks, walk up to Mt Brown (and explore the York cemetery on the way) or visit the York Wildflower Societys regenerated bush block showcasing wildflowers indigenous to the York region. York is one of Western Australia's most historic towns. It was WA's first inland town having been established in 1831 and played a significant role in WA's economic fortunes after the discovery of gold in the 1890s. York is proud of this heritage and the foresight and determination of the local York resident's during the 1980s saw York become the first West Australian town to be subject to heritage protection. As a consequence, visitors can now explore WAs convict and colonial history by visiting the Residency Museum and Tipperary School (next to the Sandalwood Yards), exploring the beautiful York Town Hall, visiting the precinct of Blandstown or some of the buildings designed by colonial architect George Temple-Poole, including the Post Office, Courthouse and Police Station, the old York hospital and York School. The more adventurous visitors can enjoy hot air ballooning, skydiving, gliding and paragliding or stay in York during the annual Avon Descent which starts in nearby Northam. Rates: Private rooms with QS bed $90/n (Fri/Sat) or $85/n (Sun-Thurs) Mixed rooms with bunks & 1 QS bed $50pp/night (Fri/Sat) or $45pp/night (Sun-Thurs) Children under 12years $35pp/night. Minimum 2 nights all bookings.
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            2br Cottage
              Kookaburra Cottages offer quality, affordable accommodation - ideal for groups, family groups and mid-week or weekend residential workshops for writers, artists, musicians, etc. Built in the 1850s, the historic property is one of York's earliest buildings. Accommodation comprises two private rooms (one QS bed and one double bed) which can be rented independently. For bigger groups, we also have two additional rooms offering accommodation for up to 7 people, in a mix of single/double bunks. Shared bathroom facilities, common kitchen with cooking facilities, inside and covered seating areas set amid shady lush gardens. The property is centrally located at 152 Avon Terrace (only 100m from the IGA supermarket) and backs onto the Avon River. Visitors can enjoy beautiful river walks, heritage walks, walk up to Mt Brown (and explore the York cemetery on the way) or visit the York Wildflower Society's regenerated bush block showcasing wildflowers indigenous to the York region.
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              Excellent
              3 reviews
              1br Home/Apartment
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              My place is close to restaurants and dining, historic sites, parks. You’ll love my place because of the location and the cosiness. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, and business travellers.
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              The SpaceThe School House and Teacher's Cottage are nestled in rolling hills and farmland at Burges Siding, 11km from York and 15km from the charming Spencer's Brook. The historic buildings are built of stone and are situated on one and a half acres which you have to yourself during your stay. The teacher's cottage is an historic stone building which has been recently renovated. There is a welcoming pot belly in the entry, open fireplaces in three rooms, a reverse cycle split system and the original cast iron oven. The recently renovated kitchen is well equipped with a new electric oven, gas hotplate and microwave. The pantry is stocked with basics. All beds have new comfortable mattresses and quality linen. The main room has a luxurious queen size bed, whilst the second room can be configured with either a king size bed or twin single. Please let us know upon booking how you would like the room set up. The third bedroom has an antique French single bed and a cot, whilst the smaller fourth room has a single sized day bed which converts to a queen sized bed. As parents ourselves the house is family friendly, with a full size cot, highchair and a change mat for your convenience. We also have a selection of toys and books for your children to play with. These items are placed ready for you if you indicate you are travelling with children, however they are easily stored away to create a relaxing adult space. The cottage is surrounded by native plants and bird life on one and a half acres. Relax on the verandah and watch the parachuters glide down from the sky, or perhaps catch the sheep wandering across the neighbouring paddock. Updates to the property and the area can be found on our (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) page, The Old York School House. Guests have exclusive access to the entire property throughout their stay. This includes the teacher's cottage, school house, and undercover area all surrounded by farm lands. We will not usually be there to meet you upon arrival at the property, however please call us if you require assistance. Burges Siding is an historic railway siding and school surrounded by rolling hills and farmland. Burges Siding School was built of local stone to supersede the inadequate Tipperary school, and rename Burges Siding School to honour the pioneering Burges brothers who donated the land from Tipperary Farm for the school. Tipperary School had been located a few hundred metres from the property, and was dismantled brick by brick by local residents and rebuilt at the historic Sandalwood Yards. Tipperary School Museum is open to the public on weekends and by appointment. Our property is 17km from the charming village of Spencer's Brook, and 11km from historic York and it's attractions. There are many attractions nearby, including parachuting, hot air ballooning, museums, the Free Range Emu Farm, wineries and much more. Visit the York Tourist Office for a full guide. You will require a car throughout your stay as only the odd freight train operates on the train line and we are 10km from York town site. The cottage is super cosy on cold days when you have the fire going. There will be firewood ready for you. If you are after a winter get away, the cottage is perfect. There is reverse cycle air conditioning, and the old stone keeps the cottage cool on hot summer days. Guest AccessGuests have exclusive access to the entire property throughout their stay. This includes the teacher's cottage, school house, and undercover area all surrounded by farm lands. Interaction with GuestsWe will not usually be there to meet you upon arrival at the property, however please call us if you require assistance. The NeighborhoodBurges Siding is an historic railway siding and school surrounded by rolling hills and farmland. Burges Siding School was built of local stone to supersede the inadequate Tipperary school, and rename Burges Siding School to honour the pioneering Burges brothers who donated the land from Tipperary Farm for the school. Tipperary School had been located a few hundred metres from the property, and was dismantled brick by brick by local residents and rebuilt at the historic Sandalwood Yards. Tipperary School Museum is open to the public on weekends and by appointment. Our property is 16km from the charming village of Spencer's Brook, and 10km from historic York. There are many attractions nearby, including parachuting, hot air ballooning, museums, the Free Range Emu Farm, wineries and much more. Visit the York Tourist Office for a full guide. Getting AroundYou will require a car throughout your stay as only the odd freight train operates on the train line and we are 10km from York town site. Other Things to NoteThe cottage is super cosy on cold days when you have the fire going. There will be firewood ready for you. If you are after a winter get away, the cottage is perfect. There is reverse cycle air conditioning, and the old stone keeps the cottage cool on hot summer days.
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              4br Home/Apartment
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              The SpaceThe cottages were constructed in the 1850s and are one of York's earliest buildings still in existence. The cottages have had a long history that includes a saddlery, bootmakers and more recently a backpackers and were reopened in early 2016 after some refurbishments. We offer quality, affordable accommodation for up to 11 people. Is ideal for residential workshops for artists, musicians etc. The property is centrally located (only 100m from the IGA supermarket) and backs onto the Avon River. Visitors can enjoy beautiful river walks, heritage walks, walk up to Mt Brown (and explore the York cemetery on the way) or visit the York Wildflower Society's regenerated bush block showcasing wildflowers indigenous to the York region. The Residency Museum, Courthouse Museum, York Motor Museum and Tipperary School plus a large number of heritage buildings representing a range of architectural styles provide much for visitors to explore and enjoy. For the more adventurous, don't forget there's skydiving, hot air ballooning and gliding facilities close by. Guest AccessGuests have large garden with outdoor tables/seating (covered and uncovered) and free off street parking. Interaction with GuestsGuests are left to freely come and go. No rambunctious behaviour after 9.00pm The NeighborhoodProperty is located in centre of town adjacent to Avon Park, the Avon River and the swing bridge. Easy access to river walks, heritage walks, to Mt Brown and Blandstown. Getting AroundFree onsite parking. Other Things to NoteOnsite parking, onsite laundry facilities.