Vintners Cottage, situated in the timber town of Pemberton has it all. Superbly fitted out with stylish furniture and cable TV, the cottage is just a short stroll from most attractions in Pemberton. The Fine Woodcraft Gallery and Holy Smoke Café Holy Smoke Café are just over the road - perfect for lazing over todays newspapers with breakfast and a freshly brewed coffee. Many little cafes, the bakery and other attractions are just a short walk from the cottage. For longer walks, the Bibbulum Track weaves its way through and around much of Pemberton, including Big Brook Dam (a popular swiming and picnic spot). Ask owners Sue and Don for the use of hiking poles. . . Further afield are wineries, a distillery, and much more.
Relax and enjoy.
The cottage is surrounded by open woodland and towering Karri forest. The private driveway to the cottage is lined with deciduous trees that make for a marvellous show in Autumn of reds, yellows and burnt orange. The interior of the cottage is finished with polished Jarrah cupboards and staircase and antique oak flooring. Upstairs is a loft bedroom with queen size bed and huge balcony overlooking magnificent karri forest.
Downstairs is a well equipped living area with a queen size sofa bed, club arm chair, Foxtel TV with all channels, DVD and a selection of movies. The kitchen is fully equipped with stainless steel appliances, a full size fridge, microwave, ironing facilities and much more.
Pemberton has many attractions - many within easy walking distance of Vintners Cottage.
Pemberton is becoming known for excellence in food and wine, and there is a growing number of excellent eating establishments and wineries in and around Pemberton. Opening times and locations are all detailed in the cottage folio.
Take a tour to the coast on the Donelly River Explorer, or a thrilling 4WD adventure through the amazing sand dunes at Yeagerup. Canoe tours, hiking, birdwatching & tram tours through the forest are just some of the other "must do" excursions whilst in beautiful Pemberton - home of the giant Karri trees.