Aislinn House at Ford House Australia

Prices from A$240 per Night
Winner of the Merit Award for the best Hosted Accommodation in Western Australia in 2004 (and 2001). Set in 5 acre garden on 600m of private private river frontage. The rooms are extra large with high ceilings, sheoak floors, amish quilts, bay windows overlooking the garden or forest, as well as TV and video. One of the rooms also has a deep, two person spa, with stained glass windows that open to see the triver flowing by.. The main entertaining area has stereo system with lots of CDs, overstuffed sofa chairs and chesterfield lounge. The trifold doors open onto the terrace that looks over the river only 50m away.The vermont fireplace, stoked by the owner, warms the whole building
Sleeps 5 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 2

Details

Property Information

Type:
Villa
Location:
State of Western Australia, Australia
This Property Sleeps:
5
Minimum Price Per Night:
A$240
Maximum Price Per Night:
A$290
Nearest Airport:
Manjimup (airport code NQY)

Notes
Maximum price is for one night of a one or two night stay. Price per night at mimumum price is for three or more nights stay. Confirmation and payment is to be secured at booking by providing visacard or mastercard details.

Property Features
  • Close to a golf course
  • Caters for disabilities

Accommodation and Facilities Summary

Bathroom
Bathrooms: 2
Toilets: 2
Shower Rooms: 2
Sauna
Bedroom
Doubles: 2
Singles: 1
Twins: 1
Ensuites: 2
Heat/Cooling
Electric Heaters
Storage Heaters
Dining
Dining room table
Seating for: 4 People
Dining room
Entertainment
Hi Fi
TV
Video
DVD Player
Radio
Cassette Player
Kitchen
High Chair Available
Crockery & Cutlery Provided
Microwave
Washing Machine
Hob
Oven
Freezer
Fridge
Separate dining area
Grill
Toaster
Laundry
Laundry Service Provided
Washing Machine Provided
Linen Provided
Towels Provided
Iron
Ironing Board
Living Room
Seating for: 6 People
Sofas: 1
Armchairs: 2
Fireplace
Local Activities
Cycling
Fishing
Golf
Horse Riding
Mountain Biking
Tennis
Swimming
Walking
Water Sports
Local Area
Quiet Bars and Pubs
Lively Bars and Pubs
Restaurants
Distance to Local Town Centre: 500m
The local town is: Sleepy
Location
In the mountains
Distance to beach: >5km
Distance to convenience store: 500m
Distance to local restaraunts: <100m
In a Town
Distance to Airport: 20-50km
In the Country
Outside
Barbecue Area
Barbecue
Patio
Parking
Balcony
Terrace
Garden
Outside Tap
Suitability
No Pets
No Children allowed
Wheelchair accessible
Geared towards the older generation
Low Allergen environment
Non Smoking Only
Accommodation
Accommodation Type:: Bed & Breakfast
Size:: Spacious
Theme
Away from it all
Luxury
Quiet yet close to local activity

Local Area Details

About Weather/Climate/Temperature

A few degrees cooler than Perth, Bridgetown has a reputation for being the coldest place in the state (to about 2degrees at night in winter). The days are usually clear, although most rain occurs in winter. In summer, day temperatures can be about 30degrees, and at night it can be 12degrees

About Golfing

International standard golf course in Manjimup, only half an hour away. There is also a golf course in town, watered by grey water, so it is green, and kangaroos bound past occasionally.

About Fishing

In the Blackwood River (the longest river in WA) there is trout, and marron

About Scenery/Beauty Spots

There is an enormous number of State Conservation forests to walk ihn, including walking the Bibbulum Track, a well cared for, 400km walk, which passes by.

About Parks

There is an enormous number of State Conservation forests to walk ihn, including walking the Bibbulum Track, a well cared for, 400km walk, which passes by.

About Local Attrcations

There are several restaurants from fine dining to casual fare in the town., as well as chinese, pizza, and fish and chips takeaway. During the day, there are a number of cafes, as well as the Tongue & Groove on the property (F,S,S). For extra fine dining, have a special feast in the Barn at the baronial high table (must be pre-booked).

About Local Restaurants

The roads between towns are all sealed, open and without hedgerows. Smaller roads are often sealed but some are unsealed.

About Driving

There is walks along the river as well as walks in the Forest, and walks on the Bibbulum Track, a famous, very long walking track nearby.

About Walking

There is walks along the river as well as walks in the Forest, and walks on the Bibbulum Track, a famous, very long walking track nearby.

About History

Bridgetown was established in 1860's as a farming community based on sheep. Since that time, it expanded greatly when the mine started at Greenbushed only a few kilometres away. Now there are a wide number of farming and winery enterprises, as well as tourism ventures.

Contact Details

Name:
ken rotman
Telephone:
+61-08 97-611816
Alt Telephone:
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Fax:
+61-08 97-611816

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Contact Details

Country:
Australia
Region:
State of Western Australia
County:
Bridgetown-Greenbushes
Town:
Bridgetown
Postcode:
6255

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