Bed and breakfasts in Western Australia—Kununurra to Eucla

You can choose from many different kinds of holiday accommodation for your stay in Western Australian. You’ll find luxury apartments and townhomes in the city centre at Perth. If you prefer the great outdoors, you can rent a cabin near Perth Hill. For couples who want a romantic holiday at the beach, you can stay at a cozy beach villa in Perth or Albany. Families can find many budget-friendly houses and villas throughout the region. Many will even allow you to bring your pets, but you should check the regulations or make inquiries beforehand. Whatever your preferences are, you’ll enjoy a wonderful stay in Western Australia.

Bed and Breakfast in Perth

Since Perth is the largest city in Western Australia, you will find numerous holiday rentals to choose from. If you want to stay in the city and embrace a busy nightlife or explore cultural sites such as museums or art galleries, you can find many stylish apartments. You might prefer apartments or larger 3-bedroom homes for families located near Swan River, where you’ll enjoy breathtaking views from your windows. If you’re planning a romantic holiday near the beach, you can find charming holiday cottages and homes near the shore, which makes them an ideal location for sunset walks to and from the beach. If you prefer more privacy, consider bed and breakfasts at the small villages near Perth Hills, located outside of the main city.

Margaret River bed and breakfast

You can explore the attractive natural surroundings near the Margaret River bed and breakfasts. The region is famous for producing premium wine, so if you would like to sample a glass, check out the holiday homes near wineries. You can also find villas and holiday accommodations close to the beach, where you can surf, see the two lighthouses or spot a whale. Nature lovers should look into renting a holiday rental near the natural preserves, where you’ll have easy access to walking trails and can explore several caves, including Mammoth Cave and Lake Cave.

Fremantle bed and breakfast

Fremantle is a port city with holiday rentals ranging from 1-bedroom cottages and apartments to larger homes and townhomes for families and groups of friends. If you like old-fashioned bed and breakfasts, you’ll be charmed by the Victorian and Colonial architecture found in many holiday homes at the historic West End district. If you want take a quick boat tour or sail your own yacht, you’ll find many accommodations within a short distance of Fishing Boat Harbour, Victoria Quay and their docks. If you have a holiday rental in the city centre, you can participate in social activities at the cafes and shops along the lively Cappuccino Strip.

Albany bed and breakfast

When you rent a bed and breakfast in Albany, you can appreciate the area’s history. If you have a holiday rental near the whaling stations, you can watch for whales and learn about the history of Albany’s whaling industry. You will find many family-friendly holiday homes near Middleton Beach and Emu Point Beach. Albany boasts a rugged coastline, where you can take in panoramic views from rocky outposts. You can stay at holiday accommodation near Torndirrup National Park, and you can explore the high cliffs at The Gap.

Bed and breakfast Busselton

Busselton is a charming beach town, and it offers a vast selection of holiday homes to suit your needs and budget. Whether you want a luxury villa situated by Port Geographe Marina or a cozy 1-bedroom beach condo close to the Busselton Jetty, you can enjoy the coastal breeze and clear blue waters. While you can eat out at the local seafood restaurants, most bed and breakfasts have a full-service kitchen where you can prepare and cook your own meals with fish you caught yourself.

Rockingham and other local bed and breakfasts

If you wanted a holiday rental near Perth but more suburban, you can visit Rockingham located just southwest of Perth. You’ll find many attractive apartments and homes there and along Cockburn Sound. Kwinana is another suburb of Perth that provides a culturally diverse community with residents who are natives of more than 50 countries. Located 5 km off the West Australian coast, you can go to Garden Island, where you have your choice of cabins or villas with pools.