Midland Haven - nice place to stay in Midland WA - close to hospital, shops, trains and buses
Midland Haven is a two-bedroom ground floor unit centrally located in Midland WA only a five 5 minute walk to all facilities. It is in a quiet secure gated community of ten 10 units. Nine 9 units have permanent renters so guests need to be respectful of permanent tenants.
Features of the property include:
• Internet - WiFi - Netflix - Stan and Apple TV
• Air-conditioned for heating and cooling in Living Area
• Kitchen and dining area fully equipped with dining table and seating for six 6
• Bathroom with large shower and vanity and mirror
• 55 inch Smart TV
• Main bedroom with 1 Queen Bed
• Second bedroom with two holiday bunks two single beds up top and one single bed / one double bed below. Two single foam mattresses under the bunk beds to move to living area for more options
• Living area contains a double 2.5 seater sofa lounge and another 3 seater lounge black leatherette
• Front Courtyard with wicker lounge and coffee table
• BBQ and outdoor entertaining area in Back Courtyard with wicker lounge and two pool chairs
• We supply all linen including sheets, pillow cases, towels, hand towels, tea towels and bath mats
Holidaying at Midland Haven is all about a home away from home centrally located in Midland WA. So whether you have a loved one in hospital, working in the area, enjoy shopping or have the convenience of train to Perth and Fremantle or a base for visiting Swan Valley Wineries or Perth Hills and surrounding areas, then Midland Haven will meet your needs.
Payment options include:
• Stayz Online Payment System with Debit / Credit Card
We require a 50 deposit to secure your booking, with the final amount due seven days prior to arrival. Previous guests receive a 15 Lifetime Discount of RRP on future stays at any of our properties.
David & Hilary, owner/managers, invite you and your family to relax and enjoy your stay at Midland Haven.
As part of staying at Midland Haven, you get discounted movie tickets for two adults with Ace Max Card only at the local Ace Max Cinema in Midland WA with the latest movies.
Midland WA is becoming a hub for all things MEDICAL. Midland Hospital is state of the art. Old Railway Yard is being converted into medical facilities for specialists and testing. Curtain University is opening in 2019 with medical studies. Alternative medicines are prolific in Midland WA. Midland Haven is ideal stay for family and friends of patients from Regional WA that need a base while their loved one is in hospital, seeing specialists or testing or alternative medicines. Doctors and Nurses in training with 4-6 week placements then Midland Haven is ideal. Also welfare and disability agencies are in abundance in Midland if you are visiting the area.
Midland Haven is centrally located:
- Midland Hospital is just a stone throw across railway but only 1.7 km either a 17 minute walk or a 4 minute drive
- Shops, movies, restaurants and cafes are only 250 metres or a 4 minute walk
- Perth Airport is 17 minute Uber drive - approx. $20 to $25 trip 1-4 passengers
- Midland Train Station and Bus Terminal is only 600 metres or a 7 minute walk. From here you can go north, south, east and west. Perth is only 26 minutes and Fremantle is only 47 minutes train trip. Then catch ferry to Rottnest Island for a day trip.
The Swan Valley is only a ten 10 minute drive from Midland Haven but its boutique vineyards, fresh local produce and rolling vineyards make it feel like a different world. Friends and family attending weddings in Swan Valley may want to stay in Midland Haven for budget accommodation. Find more than 40 world-class wineries, 6 breweries, 2 distilleries, gourmet artisan goods, talented local artists, food and craft markets, vibrant studios and more than 40 quality cafes and restaurants. Discover the oldest winemaking region in WA, with the first vines planted more than 180 years ago Easy drive from Midland makes it the perfect option for day-trippers. Navigate the 32 km scenic loop known as the Swan Valley Food and Wine Trail which has over 150 attractions. How slow you go, and whether you go by tour, bike or car is completely up to you. Ethical produce foodies will love the fact that we are the first and only Humane Food Region in Australia. This initiative is a regional commitment to supporting the higher welfare of animals and producing quality, tasty food straight from paddock to plate. Flavour seasonal roadside stalls and farm gates packed with produce picked straight from the backyard are in abundance in the Swan Valley. Think plump figs, sweet melons, juicy strawberries, crisp grapes, fresh asparagus and vine-ripened tomatoes. Award winning tantalise your taste buds, with top notch food at restaurants and cafes, plus wine, vodka, beer and cider at award winning establishments offering everything from fine dining to pub grub and traditional high teas. Handmade countless artisan wares from extra virgin olive oils, specialty cheeses, marinated olives, dried fruits, honey, pickles and preserves to chocolate, fudge, truffles, ice cream, nuts and nougat. Artisans ... some of the most talented artists in Perth call the Swan Valley home including Ron Gomboc, Jude Taylor and Antonio Battistessa. Rural charm we have it tractor load. But we also border two towns offering strong diversity in the City of Swan - heritage rich Guildford and burgeoning retail hub Midland.
Historic Guildford was established in 1829 and classified as an historic town by the National Trust of Australia WA. With its heritage buildings, early settlement and convict history, antique stores, character pubs and village charm, Guildford emits the feel of a bygone era. It is only a 6 minute car drive or a 10 - 15 minutes by train or bus.
The traditional owners of this region are the Noongar people. It was the fertile soil of the Swan Valley that led to the first European settlement at Guildford soon after the Swan River colony was established by Captain James Stirling in 1829. Blocks of land on both sides of the river were quickly assigned to eager settlers. When Guildford was surveyed at the end of 1829, 94 blocks were made available to soldiers, agriculturists, yeomen and servants released from their indentures. Captain Stirling set aside 4,000 cares for future 'country retreat' which he had named 'Woodbridge' during his exploratory journey up the river in 1827. The Swan River quickly became the first highway through the region, and Guildford developed into a busy and important river port and market town until the 1880s. Much of Guildford's original town plan, including the central church square, subdivisions and general land use, remains as it was leaving a largely intact early 19th century English market town. A visit provides a rare glimpse into early colonial settlement with many fine, well-preserved civic, commercial and private buildings dating from the 1840s to the 1920s and 1930s.
Guildford Visitor Highlights:
- Wander one of four heritage walk trails
- Visit the Cradle of the Colony Exhibition at the Swan Valley Visitor Centre
- Stop for lunch and a glass of Swan Valley wine at the Rose and Crown Hotel c.1841
- Browse the antique and home decor shops on James Street
- Grab a bite to eat from the wide range of cafes and restaurants
- View what life was like behind bars at the Guildford Gaol c.1841, located at Guildford Heritage Precinct and the historic workers' cottage, Taylor's Cottage
- Find a treasure at the Guildford Markets
- Visit the impressive Woodbridge House c.1885 located on the banks of the Swan River in Woodbridge and today operated by the National Trust of Australia WA
- View Padbury's Stores and Residence. Built in 1869, it was originally one of Guildford's main stores.
THE PERTH HILLS - 17 minute drive from Midland WA
Scattered throughout the wide ranges of the Darling Scarp and only 45 minutes east of Perth, you'll find the Perth Hills offering stunning scenery, scenic drives and vibrant villages.
While within metropolitan Perth, you'll find the Perth Hills and its character townships exude a country charm and views that are simply astounding. Visitors to the Perth Hills will also be impressed by the range of excellent things to do, tours and accommodation to be found.
THINGS TO DO
ENJOY a picnic or BBQ, canoe or swim at Lake Leschenaultia - a top swimming hole.
EXPERIENCE the beauty of the Perth Hill's national parks and state forests.
GET on the Munda Biddi Cycle Trail which winds through some spectacular scenery.
FOLLOW the Perth Hills wine trails to sample local wines, cider and produce.
EXPLORE the Mundaring Weir Precinct and No 1 Pump Station.
BROWSE through the region's arts centres, studios and galleries.
TAKE a guided spotlight tour at Karakamia Wildlife Sanctuary or ride a camel.
PICK your own fruit during harvest or go on an apple orchard tour.
WALK the Railway Reserves Heritage Trail, KEP Track or Bibbulmun Track.
LEARN more about the colourful history of the area at the District Museum
Kalamunda town centre and surround region is particularly appealing with character eateries, a quaint village feel, arts and galleries and walking trails. Kalamunda offers a large and diverse range of local artists and galleries including Kalamunda Open Studios, Hayward Studio and Kalamunda Modern, as well as several heritage building sites in town. A visit to the town library will reward you with views of the largest community-built stained-glass window in Australia. Visit Zig Zag Cultural Centre at the Perth Hills Visitor Centre to learn more about the history, culture and attractions of the area and see what's on at the Zig Zag Gallery which shows a number of exhibitions throughout the year, including painting, photography sculpture and textiles.
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