THIS IS THE BEST BEACH STUDIO HOLIDAY ACCOMMODATION IN FREMANTLE.
OPPOSITE THE BEACH AND SAILING CLUB WITH SPECTACULAR SUNSETS AND SEA VIEWS FROM THE UPSTAIRS BALCONY
Our gorgeous studio in the sky overlooks the Indian ocean and is right in the heart of South Fremantle's cafes and restaurants, just minutes from the centre of Fremantle.
The studio is opposite popular Dog and South Beaches and is ideal for couples and individuals.
There are fabulous sunsets and sea views from the balcony overlooking the Fremantle Sailing Club and Dog Beach. There is also a front deck that provides an ideal location for relaxing or for evening drinks.
The studio overlooks a frangipani-filled garden and is very secure and private. It sits perched on steel stilts at the rear of the heritage fisherman's cottage in the front of the property. It is very separate and very private. The back garden is surrounded by high stone walls and there is a private lockable access through an old large barn gate at the rear of the property, or you can come and go as you please through the side entrance to the front.
It contains a very comfortable high quality queen size bed with a dining table and kitchenette with bar fridge, microwave, kettle and toaster. There is good quality linen and towels, crockery and cutlery. The bathroom/toilet is separate and has a great shower The studio has reversible air conditioning for cooling and heating.
From inside the studio there is a great view out to sea but also behind across the rooftops of South Fremantle.
It is the perfect position to explore historic Fremantle and South Fremantle. Just 50m to South Beach & Fremantle Sailing Club. 50m to popular South Terrace restaurants and cafes. Three minutes by free CAT bus to Fremantle and all the historic sites plus the famous Cappucino strip and Fisherman's Harbour with Little Creatures brewery and the Boat House Restaurant on the edge of Bathers Beach, and the famous Cicerellos and Kailis fish and chips restaurants on the water.
Our studio is very affordable and is in such a great position - you can walk everywhere There are lovely local restaurants around the corner in South Terrace, including Italian, bistro, pizza bars, Thai, Indian and Mexican. Also a great range of local speciality shops, cafes, a grocer, two boutique bakers, and gift and clothing shops within a very short stroll from the house.
You can catch the free and convenient CAT bus across the road on Marine Terrace and get to Fremantle in 3 minutes and come back on the return service.
There is a walkway and bikepath across the road as well for lovely morning and evening strolls or bike rides. South Beach has a lovely café overlooking the water.
The studio has everything you will want for a great stay. It is very comfortable and cosy and you couldn't ask for a better position to experience all the wonderful attractions of that Fremantle and its surrounds.
So contact us and get a great price for your visit to Fremantle staying at our quirky but stylish seaside studio on stilts.
The studio suits couples or individuals looking for a short romantic stay, eating out at the great local cafes and restaurants and using it as a perfect base to explore historic Fremantle and enjoy the beach right across the road.
It is built at a first story level, so you have to like heights and be able to manage an easy set of sturdy steel stairs But you will be rewarded with a fantastic outlook from the balcony.
Fremantle's famous Cappuccino strip
Historical city walking trails
Rottnest Island - a 30 minute ferry ride - to world renowned beaches/diving/wildlife
Fremantle prison: historical site - take a spooky night tour
The Fremantle Monument: memorial & park
Fremantle Markets: open Friday, Saturday & Sunday
Fishing boat harbour - home to Fremantle's fishing fleet
Maritime Museums - Americas Cup yachts and HMAS Ovens submarine tour
Fremantle Youth Plaza - catering for all ages with rock climbing, skateboarding and parkour - located on the Esplanade Park.
Fremantle Aboriginal Cultural Centre - located near the Round House at Arthur's Head, exhibits Nyoongar artists' work and language and history programs.
Bathers Beach Art Precinct - located around Arthur's Head and home to more than 20 established artists and designers.
Live music at Mojo's, Fly By Night.
Fremantle is recognised as the best preserved 19th century sea port in the world. More than 150 buildings in the port are classified by the National Trust, These include the Round House which was built in 1831 & is the oldest public building in W.A, the Esplanade Hotel which was built in 1890s and the Fremantle Prison which was built by convict labour in the 1850s.
Fremantle was establlished in 1829 as a port for the fledgling Swan River Colony and was the major city in Western Australia for much of its early history. Fremantle became a city in its own right in 1929, and survived the building demolitions of the 1890s and the 1960s. The city emerged in 1987 when it was the host city for the Americas Cup sailing challenge as a city rich in heritage and character.
“Freo” as it is also know to the locals, is home to a 500-strong fishing fleet and a vast number of yachts and pleasure craft. Two significant historical replica ships were built here: The HMS Endeavour and the Duyfken which was the first Dutch vessel to chart the Australian coastline in 1666.
The port city of Fremantle is located at the mouth of the Swan River on the West Coast of Western Australia and is part of the Perth metropolitan area. Perth city is only 20 kms away which is a 30 minute cab ride or trip by train from Fremantle station.
Fremantle is much more than an architectural time capsule. It provides a unique opportunity for visitors to experience and enjoy a range of cultural activities in a relaxed atmosphere. A browse through the markets or leisurely stop at one of the numerous cafes and restaurants will complement your exploration of the arts, making a visit to Fremantle a rich and rewarding experience.
Fremantle Art Centre
E shed markets on the wharf
Little Creatures Brewery on the waterfront at Fishing Boat Harbour
Cicerello's famous fish and chips at Fishing Boat Harbour
South Beach and Bathers Beach
The Esplanade Park
The Round House
Fremantle's heritage listed West End with fabulous historical architecture
The working Port
Day cruises down the Swan River
Cruises to Carnac Island to see the sea lions
Fishing off South Mole
Fishing and diving charters
Dolphin and whale watching charters
Things to see and do in Fremantle
The Round House
The Round House was built in 1831 as a prison and is the State's oldest building.Guided tours available. Overlooks Bather's Beach with fabulous views.
Constructed from limestone by convicts in the mid 1800s, this building was a maximum security prison until 1991. Tours available of the cells and hanging area/spooky night tours and underground tunnel tours.
The Fremantle Arts Centre
This magnificent neo-gothic building was constructed by convicts in the 1860s to serve as the colonys first mental asylum.Gorgeous grounds, cafe and lots of great exhibitions inside.
A memorial reserve that is a National Trust listed War Memorial. It has magnificent ocean views and is just a short stroll from central Fremantle.
Fishing Boat Harbour
This is a working fishing boat harbour featuring great fish restaurants on the waterfront overlooking the boats. Also home to the famous Little Creatures brewery where you can get a locally brewed beer and great food while looking out over the harbour. Boat rides available for the adventurous with speed boating and parasailing all departing from the Harbour. Also home to the famous Cicerello's fish and chip restaurant and the Kailis family fish and chips and seafood restaurant.
Hop on a tram for a guided tour of Fremantle's historic attractions.
E Shed Markets
More than 100 stalls with gifts and souvenirs, local arts and crafts and international food hall. Located in a restored warehouse on Fremantle's Victoria Quay in the Fremantle Port.
You can explore famous Rottnest Island for day or overnight trips - hire bikes and ride around the historic island with its wonderful bays and secluded beaches, wildlife and family friendly restaurants and cafes. The ferry leaves from the Fremantle Port daily.