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Top-rated holiday rentals in York

Guests agree: these stays are highly rated for location, cleanliness, and more.

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Bungalow in Brigadoon
The Eden Reserve - your oasis in Swan Valley
The Eden Reserve is a stylish light-filled villa built on 4 acres of land located just 40km (50 minutes) from Perth. A fully furnished single-storey with a large master ensuite and 3 bedrooms. Spacious shared living space, dining area for 8, kitchen, TV/activity room, study/office and outdoor seating areas and lookout. Suitable for families and groups of up to 8 people. A lovely oasis and gateway to explore Swan Valley attractions - Caversham Wildlife Park, Wineries and Bell’s Rapids Park
21 – 28 July
$6,084 AUD total
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Guesthouse in Chidlow
Chidlow, Lake Leschenaultia Spa/Sauna(extra cost)
Enjoy a relaxing break away from the city. Situated on a 5 acre peaceful bush block with your own private driveway access and parking. Villa Sittella has all the features needed for a comfortable home away from home stay. Many local activities including walking and biking tracks and popular Lake Leschenaultia. There are beds for 4 people with 2 extra on the sofa bed downstairs if needed. Perfect for a small family group or couple. Private spa area and sauna can be booked at extra cost
12 – 19 Apr
$1,612 AUD total
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Home in Perth Hills
Kangaroo Valley Homestead - Australian Bush Oasis
'Time is the ultimate luxury, spend it well' Welcome to Kangaroo Valley Homestead, a luxuriously appointed Australian bush oasis nestled on 5 acres of native bush and gardens in the Heart of the Perth Hill's. Step into a world of tranquillity and relaxation in a country estate that has it all. Bathe under the stars in the outdoor stone baths, entertain in the full size bar and billiards room or relax by the resort styled pool. The ideal location for intimate, special occasions.
13 – 20 Dec

Popular amenities for York holiday rentals

Stay near York's top sights

Mount Brown Lookout4 locals recommend
Imperial Homestead3 locals recommend
IGA York4 locals recommend

Other great holiday rentals in York

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Home in Glen Forrest
The nest treehouse - a retreat for nature lovers
27 Sept – 4 Oct
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Bungalow in Swan Valley
Treehouse in the Australian bush!
18 – 25 Oct
$4,636 AUD total
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Home in Karrakup
Rural Luxury Blue Wren Estate
9 – 16 Dec
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Cottage in York
Mansfield Cottage
25 Apr – 2 May
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Farm stay in Carmel
*Luxury rustic farmstay in the gum and plum trees*
23 – 30 Sept
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Cottage in York
Pendle Cottage - part of York Cottages
4 – 11 Feb
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Tiny home in Coondle
Altura Eco Cabin - it's time to unwind...
5 – 12 May
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Farm stay in York
Brand New Studio Homestead
28 Apr – 5 May
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Cottage in Jarrahdale
Magical private retreat borders a National Park
7 – 14 July
$1,677 AUD total
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Home in West Toodyay
Break Free Cottage
29 Apr – 6 May
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Farm stay in Middle Swan
Luxury Swan Valley farm stay
10 – 17 Dec
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Home in Buckland
Buckland Homestead
4 – 9 Mar
$4,946 AUD total

Quick stats about holiday rentals in York

Total rentals

30 properties

Popular amenities

Kitchen, Wi-Fi and Pool

Wi-Fi availability

20 properties include access to Wi-Fi

Family-friendly rentals

10 properties are a good fit for families

Total number of reviews

960 reviews

Nightly prices starting at

$91 AUD before taxes and fees

Your guide to York

Welcome to York

York was the first inland European settlement in Western Australia, which explains the key appeal of this characterful Avon Valley country town for many visitors. Established in 1831, it’s packed with well-preserved colonial-era relics, from the opulent Edwardian town hall built in 1911 that currently houses the York Visitor Centre, to the York Courthouse Complex dating from the 1840s that now serves as a museum sharing the story of country policing. Housed in a historic house that once formed part of York’s Convict Depot, the Residency Museum is another must-visit.

Hugging the Avon River, Avon Park makes a perfect picnic spot, with plenty of shade, tables, free barbecues, and a historic swinging bridge. The Avon Valley is also known for its rich calendar of festivals and variety of options to get airborne, including skydiving, paragliding, and hot air balloon and ultralight flights.


The best time to stay in a holiday rental in York

York’s heritage attractions can be enjoyed year-round, but many people choose to time their visit with the wildflower season from September to November. York Visitor Centre staff can tell you where to admire local blooms, or you can simply download the Wildflowers of York brochure. Don’t miss the York Bushland Garden at the corner of Grey and Ford streets, which displays more than 300 species of Wheatbelt flora.

York is also known for its beautiful canola fields, which are blanketed with yellow flowers from mid-August into September. Remember to park your vehicle safely when stopping to view them, and respect private properties by staying out of the plantations. Also in September is the York Festival, which celebrates York’s art and culture with events from poetry slams to live art classes.


Top things to do in York

Take a heritage town road trip

The Avon Valley is full of historic towns. Hit the road to explore the heritage villages of Beverley, Brookton, Goomalling, New Norcia, Northam, and Toodyay, all which are all within a 90-minute drive from York. If you prefer to explore the towns on two feet, download or pick up the Avon Valley Walks, Wildflowers and Trails brochure from York Visitor Centre.

Enjoy the view from Mount Brown

A quick drive or an invigorating 7.5-kilometre-return walk from the centre of York, the lookout atop Mount Brown (which, at 342 metres above sea level, is really more of a hill) offers panoramic views of the township and the wider Wheatbelt region. At the foot of Mount Brown lies the historic York Cemetery, which contains a number of headstones marking the graves of early pioneers.

Go for a stroll back in time in Greenhills

Once a thriving town linked to York by rail, the historic village of Greenhills is worth a detour. Downloadable from the York Visitor Centre website, a heritage walking trail reveals the little-known past of this quiet rural community, just 25 kilometres east of York. Don’t miss the wooden St Andrew’s Anglican Church and the early settlers’ cemetery at the original town site on the Quairading-York Road.

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