From 1st of December until 1st of March there will be a minimum stay of at least 2 nights, due to high demand in peak season
Get away from it all and immerse yourself in the Great Southern. Located in Kendenup, Western Australia, Onegum Bed and Breakfast is an idyllic country retreat that suits the adventurous explorers and the leisure seekers.
The accommodation is a historic train carriage that has been lovingly restored to pay respect to it's rich heritage but to also have all the creature comforts to make your stay relaxing and idylic.
The carriage was built in 1914 and was used as a passenger carriage. It was in service for many years until it was reconverted into housing for rail workers. At the time it was owned by Western Australia Government Railway and was integral in opening up rural Western Australia. In 1999 it was restored and refurbished into the beautiful abode that it is today. It is made of locally harvested Jarrah with the exception of the flooring which is restored Oregon Pine.
Onegum is also pet friendly and is a great place for your furry companion to enjoy the clean country air and to make some new friends.
When staying at Onegum a continental breakfast is provided with local produce, farm fresh eggs and seasonal Onegum harvests.
The carriage features:
Veranda with beautiful views of the Stirling Ranges
Master bedroom with queen bed and a skylight for in bed star-gazing
Guest room with bunk bed
Fully self contained kitchen
Living room with leather furniture and television
On Onegum you can:
Collect your own eggs and fruit from the orchard behind the carriage that is also home to a few friendly ducks and chickens.
Pat and feed the two Llamas, Ralph and Eliza.
Stroll through the olive grove that is home to a flock of black Indian runner ducks and a flock of geese.
Play with the friendly dog trio: Colin, Max and Grace.
Catch yabbies from the dam for a gourmet afternoon snack.
...Or you could do none of this and just enjoy a nice glass of local wine on your veranda whilst looking at the majestic Stirling Ranges
Live great in the Great Southern