PLEASE NOTE WE ARE AN ADULTS ONLY RETREAT AND DO NOT ACCOMMODATE CHILDREN OR PETS.
With a vision of providing excellent customer service and a welcoming friendly place to relax, David and Sheryl, your hosts, will give you a warm welcome and ensure your stay is everything you were hoping it to be.
The spacious and private King Suite is well equipped to ensure your stay is relaxed and as comfortable as possible. Each suite has its own entrance with an open log fire unique to every suite, ensuite, TV/DVD/CD combo, dining table, sofa, reverse cycle air-conditioning, fridge/freezer, complimentary tea, coffee and toiletries. Fresh clean linen is also provided. A light breakfast is included in the price of the suite.
Relax and watch a DVD without being disturbed by other guests, read a good book, visit a few of the local wineries, drive one of the most scenic routes in WA from Balingup to Nannup. There is so much to see and do you will not be bored.
Wake up to awe inspiring misty mornings, listen to the frogs chirping at night, star gaze without the city lights.... very magical.
Centrally located close to Balingup nowhere is any more than an hours drive away... Nannup, Bridgetown, Donnybrook, Greenbushes, Margaret River, Manjimup, Busselton and Bunbury.
Come, relax and check out the ambience and spectacular views for yourself!
Special Events and Attractions
With numerous annual events hosted in the area including the Boyup Brook Country Music Festival in February, Balingup Small Farm Field Day in April, Balingup Medieval Carnivale in August, Blues at Bridgetown in November as well as the Festival of Country Gardens there are plenty of reasons to visit the Blackwood River Valley.
Balingup offers an array of things to see and do including alpaca knitwear, arts & crafts, collectables, galleries, gifts, goldsmith, lavender products, organic produce and is home to the Tinderbox.
The Bibbulman Track passes through Balingup and we provide a drop-off / pick-up service if requested. If you enjoy walking why not have casual wander around the Golden Valley Tree Park with its collection of trees that begun over one hundred years ago and is now the largest arboretum in WA.
The above is just a few of the events and places of interest, there is definitely loads more that can be put on the agenda.