Self contained holiday and short term accommodation for couples or families in this lovely heritage home with harbour views. Lotti's house has three bedrooms, two bathrooms and and sleeps six.
The apartment at the back is quite separate and can also be booked in the high season or for special occasions where guests wish to bring extended family or friends with them. Otherwise the owner lives at the back of the property and is available for local advice on where to go, what to see, where to eat etc. The apartment has one queen size bedroom with ensuite and extra sleeping space for up to two children/
Within walking distance of the CBD: walk out the gate and enjoy the historic old town with its coffee shops, pubs, sat. farmers market, historic walks and the local cultural scene.
Or relax at home: lounge on one of three verandahs -depending on wind direction and time of day, enjoy the garden, take a swing under the mulberry tree or just close your eyes and listen to the fountain.
Lotti's has a beautiful enclosed garden where guests can pick the roses, or fruit in season. There are water features in front and back gardens and an amphitheatre that looks over pond and loggia.
The house is equipped with everything you need to stay at home and cook for yourself. Gourmet teas and coffee are provided, basic seasonings, local olive oil, flour and sugar. All linen is provided.
The living areas provide comfort and style, with local art works featured throughout..
Albany is Western Australia's oldest town and one of its most vibrant country centres. Check out the program at the Albany Town Hall Theatre before you come.
From Lotti's you can walk through bush paths to the Desert Corps Memorial and the magnificent Padre White viewing platform from which 360 degree views of the harbours and surrounds.
Albany's King George Sound, Princess Royal Harbour, Oyster Harbour are just three major features of a complex coastline featuring glorious beaches with many different aspects. Whale watching in season is an attraction in this old whaling town.
Don't miss the new Anzac Interpretive Centre and Garrison's Restaurant: the new complex has the most spectacular views in the country.