Marri View Guest House is a separate fully self-contained unit on our 5 acre rural property overlooking the Blackwood River Valley and the hills beyond. It is a quiet and peaceful environment and is the perfect place to unwind and relax. A 5 minute drive takes you to the main street of Bridgetown with its boutique shops, cafes and pubs. The decor is "rustic" and bright and there is plenty of light throughout. An air conditioner and wood fire keep it cool in summer and cosy in winter.
“WOW this place is fab!!! The shed conversion is amazing. Loved the open plan and mezzanine bedrooms. It was not too hot or too cold at night for our two night stay in February - but there is air con and a wood fire should you need it - Extra blankets and pillows too. Milk and chocolates were a nice touch. Fully functioning kitchen, so we were able to cook spaghetti bolognese one night. Plenty of space to stretch out and relax. Great amenities available - board games, cards, TV, DVDs, music. Lots of information available too should you wish to explore the local area. Bridgetown main street is just a few mins drive. Would stay again”
Homely, comfortable and spacous accomodation just a stroll from town. Located in a beautiful and quiet bushland surrounds
“Beautiful character house with lovely furnishings and heaps of room. Hosts make you feel welcome and are very friendly. Spotless throughout and had so much charm. Garden is outstanding. Excellent location.”
Reflections Cottage Accommodation on Beautiful Lake This beautifully renovated cottage set on the lakes edge of a 5 acre rural property. 1.5 acres pure lake! We guarantee a one in a million holiday destination. Gorgeous unique and quiet location. Enjoy local wines and local produce while enjoying the view or take a dip. Kayak around the inside of the property. We are not a suitable accommodation for children or pets. Private 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom cottage.
“The accommodation was very well maintained and cosy without being cramped. Alli and Arthur were friendly and helpful, and have created a lakeside paradise that was very relaxing. In fact it was so lovely, we both struggled to leave every day for the Blues Festival which was the reason we name to Bridgetown in the first place. A truly wonderful stay.”