Pet friendly Karri Tree Cottage is located in peaceful Quinninup, just 20 minutes from Manjimup and Pemberton and 1 hour from Walpole. This comfy family home is located beside a stunning old growth native forest and adjacent to beautiful Karri Lake. The Cottage is a large open plan 2 Bedroom home with a lounge containing a solid fuel wood heater, a well appointed kitchen plus dining area, separate laundry & bathroom. Karri Tree Cottage has a unique and rustic charm and is sure to please those who appreciate a laid back country life, Relax on the veranda by day and in front of the log fire by night, perfect for families and friends or a romantic hideaway retreat.
As the sun sets over Karri Tree Cottage, watch as the LED tree lighting Illuminates the surrounding towering tree canopies.
Mobile phone reception is limited but is that a bad thing? Telstra and Vodafone are available.
Internet is available for guests who wish to purchase access vouchers. We have high speed NBN satellite wireless internet coverage available.
FreeView Satellite TV
Karri Tree Cottage has Satellite Free View available in the Lounge Room and Main Bedroom
Xbox Gaming Console
If the kid's have had enough playing outside there is a Xbox Gaming Console and a selection of Games
Karri Tree Cottage is a nature lovers paradise with bush walking trails and bird life in the area abundant. Karri Tree Cottage is perfectly located as a base to take day trips to discover the beauty of WA's Great Southern region, its stunning native forests and coastal attractions. A short drive will take you to local highlights such as The Diamond Tree, Spectacular Pt. D'Entrecasteaux, Shannon & Mt Franklin National Parks, Salmon Beach and numerous scenic drives throughout the forest. Wineries & galleries of the Pemberton-Manjimup area are close by & The Treetop Walk is only an hour away. 4x4 Lovers will find themselves only 30 Minutes from some of the states best 4WD tracks and entrance to the famous Yeagarup Dunes and Lake Jasper close by. The Warren and Donnelly Rivers are just begging to be explored so bring your kiak or canoe to paddle the many waterways in this spectacular part of the state.