1893 workers cottage with original features peppered with modern commodities and a retro-twist interior deco, this centrally located family friendly home on one of the friendliest, yet peaceful streets in Fremantle, is the place to spend your holidays or a short break away from the maelstrom. Whichever direction you walk out of 10 Howard Street, you will find lots to see and do. Your holiday itinerary could start with coffee and breakfast at Vanilla Bean followed by a walk through the historic city of Fremantle down to the world-class skate park at the Esplanade after which you and the kids can refuel with pizza at Little Creatures or Fish and Chips at Fisherman’s wharf if you prefer. Then, if you still have energy, you can take a digestive stroll or cycle along the dedicated bike path to South Beach for a refreshing dip in the Indian Ocean. If, by this time, you’re spent, why not hop on the free CAT to the beach and back and if it’s Friday you can indulge in a bit of retail therapy at the Fremantle Markets.
Music and art lovers should explore the Fremantle Arts Centre remembering to pack a picnic to enjoy in the ambiance of this historic building and grounds. Maritime aficionados must pencil in time to visit the state-of-the-art Maritime museum where you can learn all about Fremantle’s maritime heritage and even book a tour on a submarine.
Without doubt there is lots to do in and around Fremantle and 10 Howard Street is the perfect starting point for your holiday.