The farm house has a bull nose verandah where people can sit, read, chat, watch the sheep and chooks graze, birds bath or listen to music, a BBQ is also on the verandah.
People may bring their dog/ dogs but it must be kept on a lead if people take their dog for a walk outside the house fence.
There are two queen size bedrooms one with a single bed in it for a young person, and one with a cot andchange table. A double bed room and one single bedroom, all have everything you need in them, including electric blankets..
The lounge room has a TV DVD Player,and wood heater, this farm house has a separate dinning room with wood heater, library, board games, library, and a table tennis in the house.There is no carpets, but lovely polished jarrah floor boards with mats in bedrooms.
There is a large decking off the dinning room, a perfect place for an outdoor meal or to sit and enjoy the open spaces.
This farm stay has everything you need, only need to bring your food.
We have a large bush block with abundance of wild flowers and kangaroos,a perfect place for a picnic. Also if people wish to bring their pushbikes, Ward Road is a safe road to ride on, also you are welcome to ride your bike around the 3 km plantation road, where there is no traffic at all. Very safe for riding your bike. All must wear helmets.
This farm stay house is 9 KM out of Mount Barker, thus between the Stirling Ranges and the Porongurups.Denmark is 50KM from Ward Road and Albany is 65KM and has easy access to the Plantagenet Porongurups and Frankland River Winerys.
Prices are $120 per couple per night, an extra adult is $25 per person per night and for children $20 per child per night, babies are free. There is no charge for dogs, and a fenced off kennel area is in the garden, also a boarding kennel is just down the road from us.
As this farm is a working farm there are dams on the property, althought the house is well fenced off from the dams it is important that parents are fully aware.
Please do not go down Wilson Road, Google Earth recommends Wilson Road but no you must go straight to Ward Road which runs off Albany Highway this will take you straight to the Gum Trees Farm House.
Have a safe journey.