The cottages were built in 1990, in the local style of solid  Jarrah cladding, high ceilings and skylights . We renovated,  repainted  and reopened in 2012. We are delighted to  be reopened and really enjoying the new life guests bring to the farm and being able to offer affordable, comfortable accommodation to people looking for some peace and quiet, down to earth time with their  family and friends.

 Each cottage has a fully equipped kitchen with gas cooking, fridge and microwave.  There is a pot belly wood fire in the lounge room for heating and fans for our mild summers.  The master bedroom has a king size bed and two singles or can be made into four single beds for tour groups, the second bedroom has four single beds, all linen, spare blankets and towels are provided. Cottage 4 is wheelchair accessible, with an entry ramp, handrails in the bathroom, flat shower base and hand basins at the appropriate height. There are gas BBQs  on the large verandas.

Each cottage is self contained for 8 people.

Technology on the farm

Technology is not easy to get a break from and can be essential for those needing to contact home or business while on holidays. So we're trying to make it available but still provide the opportunity for families to have some technology free - enjoy the fresh air and each other  time!

Mobile phone reception is patchy, with Telstra having by far the best range in the district,  followed by Optus.   Each cottage has a TV with DVD player and a selection of DVDs, enjoy a break from TV as TV reception would require satellite dishes on each cottage so is not available. The DVDs have hard drive plug in so you can bring extra entertainment with you if desired. There is Wi-Fi available in the front paddock (!) but not to the cottages, please ask the staff for the password. You are welcome to use the internet or telephone at reception if necessary or enjoy the opportunity to unplug!