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Top-rated holiday rentals in Bridgetown

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Cabin in Bridgetown
🌱 Forest Edge Cabin - tranquil bush retreat
• Spacious studio-style holiday cabin in tranquil bush setting on edge of state forest, 6-min drive from shops. • Cook your own meals in fully equipped kitchen OR enjoy dining out in local cafes/restaurant. • Child-friendly. • Sleeps 2 comfortably and - for a short stay - can accommodate up to max 6 people (4 in cabin + another 2 in onsite vintage caravan). . New spacious, heated bathroom-with-a-view is accessed from covered veranda. Complete with generous shower, toilet and vanity basin.
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Barn in Bridgetown
The Shed on Blackwood, a rural retreat Bridgetown
The Shed on Blackwood is a rural retreat in a large, bird-filled garden, offering peace and quiet in the South West of WA. It is half of a large shed, fully renovated, insulated and very comfortable. One queen bed (MAXIMUM 2 guests). In winter, snuggle up with a wood fire. In summer, walk along the river to town for your morning coffee. Our property is quiet, relaxing and ideal for weekend getaways.
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Home in Bridgetown
Storytellers Rest
Storytellers Rest is a beautifully curated bespoke 100 year old cottage, located in the stunning picturesque village of Bridgetown. You will find luxurious linens, beautiful bath tub, cozy fireplace and a fully functioning chefs kitchen. This is the perfect escape to read, hike, catchup with friends or plan an intimate romantic weekend away. The perfect place for a proposal or honeymoon!

Popular amenities for Bridgetown holiday rentals

Stay near Bridgetown's top sights

The Cidery and Blackwood Valley Brewing Company16 locals recommend
Bridgetown Hotel11 locals recommend
Barking Cow Cafe8 locals recommend
IGA Bridgetown5 locals recommend
The Mulberry Tree4 locals recommend
Emporium Bistro3 locals recommend

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Quick stats about holiday rentals in Bridgetown

Total rentals

60 properties

Rentals with dedicated workspaces

20 properties have a dedicated workspace

Pet-friendly rentals

20 properties allow pets

Family-friendly rentals

50 properties are a good fit for families

Total number of reviews

3.7K reviews

Nightly prices starting at

$122 AUD before taxes and fees

Your guide to Bridgetown

Welcome to Bridgetown

One of the prettiest towns in Western Australia, Bridgetown is a great base for exploring the lush countryside of the Blackwood River Valley in the state’s southwest corner. The heritage-listed town sits on the Blackwood River at the junction of the South Western and Brockman highways — the South Western Highway is also the town’s main street. Here you’ll find handsome 19th-century buildings lining the road, a couple of classic country pubs with deep verandahs, and antiques stores alongside cafés and restaurants. The town’s name comes from the historic rail and road bridges crossing the river at one end of the main street, just before the two highways through the region meet.

Outside of town you’ll find a patchwork of farms and green hills with forests of magnificent jarrah and marri trees to explore. Bridgetown is part of the Blackwood Valley cool-climate wine region, home to such home-run varietals as Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, and Sauvignon Blanc.

The best time to stay in a holiday rental in Bridgetown

Bridgetown enjoys a long stretch of hot days and cool nights from late spring through summer and well into autumn. It’s the perfect time for kayaking adventures on the Blackwood River or embarking on one of the scenic drives through the valleys. By late autumn, the temperature plunges and the rainfall increases. In winter you’ll discover why the locals have nicknamed the town Fridgetown. Rug up and join in the winter-themed Fridgetown Fest events held in town from June to August. In spring, the warm days are ideal for bushwalking. The three-day Blues at Bridgetown blues and roots music festival in November usually heralds the early return of the heat before summer officially begins.

Top things to do in Bridgetown

Bridgetown Art Trail

Along this four-kilometre public art trail through Bridgetown’s streets you’ll find murals, tapestries, and sculptures by local artists. Works range from the large-scale sculpture at the intersection of the two highways outside of town to a giant clothes peg on the main street.

Take a ghost tour

The Bridgetown Police Station Museum offers a fascinating insight into the town’s past. It’s run by the local historical society, which also conducts atmospheric Bridgetown Ghost Walks on some Saturday evenings. The fun tours, departing from the 1880 former police station on the main street, reveal strange events from the town’s past.

Blackwood River Walk

This scenic hiking, cycling, and horse-riding trail runs around six kilometres (a little under four miles) from the road bridge at the edge of the town centre through bushland and lush wetlands along Blackwood River. Once you hit the end of the trail, you can double back the way you came or return to town via leafy back streets.

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