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Accommodation in Toodyay


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Black Wattle Retreat

You deserve to relax and unwind in luxury at Black Wattle Retreat. Choose from a spa suite or a cabin with spa, either way you will be indulged! Meals and massage available.

  • Rating:4.5 star

Details

  • Type:4 - 5 Stars,Bed & Breakfast,Chalets
  • Capacity:22,21 - 50
  • Facilities:Conference Facilities,Room Spa

Description

Located in the heart of Western Australia's Avon Valley, Black Wattle Retreat provides 89 acres of bush indulgence.

Choose from the luxury of our French Provincial Suite or Grand Master Suite, the seclusion of the Courtyard or the idyllic surrounds of the Log Cabin.

A valley for all seasons, the retreat is fully air-conditioned in summer and centrally heated in winter.

Relax on the verandah, read a book, chat or get in touch with your partner. Lie in the spa, sip champagne and look out over the beautiful Avon Valley vista.
Fully Featured for Your Relaxation
Indoor Picture View the luxury that awaits you...

Each room comes complete with TV, DVD, Stereo, Fridge, Hairdryer, Toiletries, Tea and Coffee making facilities and a selection of the latest magazines.

The Retreat also houses a cosy sitting room with over 100 movies for your viewing pleasure.

Each reservation includes a sumptuous four course breakfast. Dinner can be provided upon request ranging from light and tasty platters to the full four course indulgence. Eat in the stylish dining room or on the verandah by candlelight.

Further indulgences include Massage, Reiki and other holistic services available upon request.

Deepdale Farm

Escape the city to the picturesque Avon Valley. Immerse in the history and indulge in the luxuries of Deepdale Farm.

  • Price:$8,500

Details

  • Capacity:18,11 - 20
  • Type:Holiday House,4 - 5 Stars
  • Facilities:Gym,Pool,Tennis Courts,4 - 5 Stars
  • Price Range:$600+

Description

Deepdale Farm is truly one-of-a-kind, a destination in its own right, the perfect location for intimate celebrations, family gatherings and corporate retreats.

This unique country estate has it all in spades. A heritage homestead with a modern renovation, a guest house, entertainment barn, pool, tennis court and gym, set within a vast working farm in the rolling hills of the Avon Valley.

The Homestead

The 1850's homestead is overflowing with outstanding features and historical significance, and has been seamlessly fused with an award-winning architecturally designed extension. The interiors celebrate the past with jarrah floorboards, a clawfoot bath and period fireplaces, and embrace the future with state-of-the-art appliances and technology.

Furnishings and décor are of the highest quality throughout. The stunning master bedroom features Federation pressed tin ceilings, French chandelier and ornate mantle piece, and it's ensuite has an Italian marble shower.
The homestead has another three bedrooms, a gorgeous bunk room and two bedrooms downstairs with French doors through to the gardens.

An endless number of living spaces accommodate all guests. Enjoy drinks or a relaxed meal on the sweeping verandah and sun deck, or dine in the spacious open plan kitchen, dining and living area.  Stylish formal living room with wood fireplace, contemporary sun room or additional lounge/TV room downstairs provide endless options to recline and relax. Foodies will savour the spacious, designer kitchen with a Lacanche oven.

The Guest House

Striking Toodyay stone flawlessly connects the homestead to the adjacent guest house, with four beautifully appointed bedrooms and three bathrooms. A sun deck at the front of the guest house provides another space for rest and relaxation with stunning views across the landscaped gardens and lawns to the rolling hills in the distance.

The Barn

The converted barn has been styled for entertaining, just a short walk along an illuminated pathway from the homestead. Character abounds in this restored shearing shed with a bar & spacious seating area that opens onto the manicured lawns; an adjacent games room with pool table and table tennis; a 12-seater dining table and comfortable lounge area; as well as further seating on the verandah. Well equipped with a commercial grade catering kitchen + pizza oven that will delight any chef, this is the perfect location for intimate celebrations, family gatherings or corporate workshops.

Activities

Guests are spoilt for choice at Deepdale Farm, they can indulge in a myriad of activities, or simply relax and do nothing. The resort-style pool boasts gorgeous views across the valley and features a BBQ alfresco area. The floodlit tennis court is equally impressive, as is the fully appointed gymnasium. Art lovers can explore the 2.5 hectares of garden with magnificent (some life-size) sculptures and learn about the property’s historical significance in Deepdale’s very own museum.
Children can run free across the expansive landscaped lawns and enjoy family walks along the various trails, some of which run down to the Avon River. Guests can also wander through the olive grove of over 300 trees and the restored, historic ‘Wonga’ woolshed.

Working Cattle Farm

Heritage runs deep at this 1500-hectare property, as one of the first farms established in the district, and it’s been in continuous use since the 1830’s, when it was associated with Governor Stirling and Lionel Lukin. These undulating hills have cropping and sheep capacity, as well as an Angus Beef breeding enterprise. Guests can see these animals and alpacas grazing in the paddocks.

Out & About

Deepdale Farm is located just 10kms, 5 minutes’ drive, from Toodyay. This historic town is full of rustic charm with a unique valley backdrop and the Avon River flowing through the centre.
Toodyay’s architecture reflects it’s colonial and convict past, and provides visitors with all the necessities for time away from the city – authentic country pubs, artisan bakery, art galleries, boutique shops and cafés. Monthly farmers markets sell locally grown produce.
The many nearby nature reserves become a blaze of colour with magnificent displays during the wildflower season (August-November), or for those looking for a bird’s eye view of the beautiful Avon Valley – Hot Air Ballooning and Sky-Diving are available, in Northam and York.

This outstanding property provides the opportunity for a completely unique holiday experience!
Deepdale Farm is an amazing lifestyle arena, where guests can entertain family, friends and colleagues or simply indulge in a quintessential Australian farm experience in total luxury.

Hoddywell Cottage

Self Contained heritage listed cottage which will accommodate 6, just one hour from Perth.

Details

  • Type:Chalets
  • Capacity:under 11

Description

The cottage is set back from the road on 7.5 acres of natural bush – offering peace and seclusion – yet is only 9km from the Toodyay townsite. So there are lots of things to see and do in the area that will keep the family entertained. You’ll enjoy –

  • the cosy, warm open fire in the large living room
  • drinking our pure clean spring water which comes directly from a natural spring on the property – it’s amazing,
  • sitting around the outdoor fire pit at night in summer or winter, and
  • a favourite of many of our guests, the cast iron claw foot bath on the verandah – soak while the sun is setting.

Hoddywell Cottage sleeps up to six people in three bedrooms – two queen size beds and two single beds.

Ipswich View Homestead

A beautiful bed and breakfast accommodation with magnificent valley views. Built in the 1890s and set on six acres. We have five beautiful guest bedrooms, some with baths and private verandahs, with en-suites.

Details

  • Facilities:Tennis Courts,Pool,Restaurant
  • Wheelchair Access:No
  • Type:Bed & Breakfast,4 - 5 Stars
  • Price Range:$100-$200
  • Capacity:21 - 50

Description

Welcome to the charming accommodation of Ipswich View Homestead (circa 1860) just minutes away from historic Toodyay townsite. Set on nearly 7 acres, this popular Bed and Breakfast accommodation offers tranquility, warm hospitality and a homely atmosphere. The outlook is spectacular and upon arrival the first comment our guests make is "Wow, just look at that view!".

Our Homestead offers five beautifully appointed rooms, all with their own ensuite accommodation - the ideal getaway for a romantic weekend, quality time with the family, or just winding down in a rural setting.

Facilties also include a swimming pool, tennis court, outdoor sitting areas, barbecue, air conditioned rooms, a crackling fire on those cold winter evenings and a real home made country breakfast.

Hosts Alan and Bonnie invite you to come and join us and experience it all. We guarantee you will join us as guests and leave as friends

Julimar Cottage B&B

Julimar Cottage Bed and Breakfast in located near the historic town of Toodyay. Nestled in beautiful gardens, you are likely to spot some local fauna.

Details

  • Price Range:$100-$200

Description

There are two guest rooms with a newly renovated bathroom and a private lounge room for the guests to enjoy television, books, magazines and games.

The two guest rooms to choose from are the Colonial Room which is light and airy with a queen size bed and the Mariner's Room with a nautical theme including model ships and beautiful art works.

An ideal place to relax and unwind or to start your Toodyay adventure. Come and enjoy a relaxing weekend or a mid-week break with your hosts, John and Melanie.

Toodyay Caravan Park

  • (08) 9574 2612

A caravan park situated on the banks of the Avon River.

Details

  • Type:Caravan Parks
  • Capacity:51 - 100
  • Price Range:Under $50,$50-$100,$100-$200

Description

Toodyay Caravan Park offers a unique self-contained strawbale chalet, as well as self-contained cabins and air-conditioned on-site caravans.

Strawbale Chalet

This exquisite fully self contained chalet is extremely cosy and temperature controlled all year round.  The chalet consists of open plan living with queen size bed, adjacent separate bedroom with double bed and set of bunks, bathroom with shower and vanity and separate toilet and reverse cycle air conditioning if you feel you need it.  Full linen with soap is supplied.

Relax on the verandah overlooking the Avon River whilst enjoying the complimentary tea and coffee. 

Cabins

The cabins are a studio style accommodation with a queen bed, double bed and single bunk.  They have full kitchen/dining facilities and television and reverse cycle air conditioners for comfort all year round.

Cabins are situated close to park amenities

 

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