Whole House Accommodation on Gorgeous Lake
Spring has sprung - the nights are still a little chilly but our days are beautiful This is an amazing holiday destination.
1.5 acres pure lake Our lovely, large quiet retreat offers 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, on 5 acres of country property.This is an ideal place to unwind from the City stresses. The sounds of nature as music to relax with.
Features include 3 bedrooms with Master suite 1 x Queen size bed and ensuite bathroom, 1 x Double Bedroom, and 2 x singles in one bedroom, 2 x bathrooms, all linen, blankets and towels provided, beautiful sun room, large open plan lounge/dining room with fully fitted out kitchen, large Chef Oven, fridge/freezer, microwave, DeLonghi Pod Coffee Machine Please BYO Nescafe Dolce Gusto pods, dishwasher, toaster, tea, coffee making facilities, washing machine, dryer, iron/ironing board plus 6 seater Outdoor setting with BBQ. Enclosed backyard and fully enclosed front yard.
Enjoy outdoor living/dining on the lakeside deck.
Complete with TV/DVD reverse cycle air-conditioning, ceiling fans, heaters, plus slow combustion fire for those cosy evenings. Free WiFi.
Enjoy a swim or kayak on the lake, take a nice peaceful walk around the property, sit and have a picnic, or just sit back and enjoy the view.
We are located just 2km from Bridgetown Town Centre. For keen walkers - that's not too far
Travel cot and high chair are available for use.
Maximum 6 people.
A little bit about Bridgetown
One of the most picturesque towns in Western Australia, Bridgetown sits against a backdrop of the beautiful Blackwood River Valley and oozes old world country charm. It also serves a taste of the good life in generous portions, with wineries, delicious fresh produce, arts, crafts and stunningly scenic drives.
You can escape the city to this quiet country life in under three hours by road and wake up to valleys filled with morning mist and tranquil forests.
The centre of a thriving timber, mining and farming district, Bridgetown is a prolific producer of fresh fruits, vegetables, nuts and olives, not to mention wine and cider. You can indulge in some of its flavours in the region's cafes, restaurants and cellar doors and cidery.
Many artists are drawn to the area, finding their inspiration in the Blackwood River Valley landscapes and exhibiting their work in local galleries.
Action and adventure are in abundance too, with a network of canoeing/kayaking, walking, mountain biking and bridle trails to choose from.
The town also hosts many events, including the ever-popular Blues at Bridgetown Festival, attracting world-class musicians and large crowds to the region every November.
Art and Craft, Mountain Biking, Birdwatching, Canoeing, Golfing, Horseriding, Kayaking, Lessons/Tutorials, Meditating, Shopping, Swimming, Tennis, Animal Viewing, Self-Guided, Bushwalking, Wine Tasting
Thanks to the website westernaustralia for the local information listed
Terms and Conditions
Guests are provided with "Standard Terms and Conditions of Temporary Holiday Accommodation" when their accommodation booking enquiry is made. A copy is also emailed to guests prior to their stay.
It is assumed that by receiving this document and arriving at Reflections you have read and agreed to these conditions.