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Ah the serenity – Glenlynn Farm Cottages

Glenlynn

As  soon as we veered of Southwest Highway and followed the signs to Glenglynn Cottages I knew that I had found what I was hoping for. Like most of the Blackwood Valley area, Glenlynn is full sweeping vistas of green rolling hills, paddocks with roaming sheep, horses and what must be Bridgetown’s biggest dam.

First though, to get to our cottage, we had to get past the sheep. Lots of sheep and none seemed in a particular hurry to make way for a family sized  sedan from the city. The two resident Alpacas were keeping a watchful eye on their herd from atop of the field. After plenty of curious glances and a few baas, the gravel road was cleared and we were free to continue along the winding path to our home for the next three nights. Continue reading Ah the serenity – Glenlynn Farm Cottages

The Cullen Homestead

Cullen Homestead

A weekend getaway down south is one of the best ways to relax, recharge and inhale a chunky dose of fresh country air. And if you’re going with a large group, there’s no better place to stay than at the Cullen Homestead.

The Homestead, located off Caves Road in the heart of the wine growing region,  is the former family home of the Cullen family. One of the regions oldest and most renowned winegrowers. Continue reading The Cullen Homestead

The Wave House – Margaret River’s Coolest Beach Shack

The Wave House

If you like a house with character and don’t mind foregoing five-star luxury, then The Wave House is the coolest place to stay in the southwest. Perched high up on the hill overlooking Indijup Beach, the Wave House has panoramic views of one of the regions most stunning beach. Continue reading The Wave House – Margaret River’s Coolest Beach Shack