Do you need a self contained studio as a getaway over the Easter period in the Swan Valley? Come and enjoy the Naomi Grant studio so named after well known and award winning Indiginous artist Naomi Grant. Owner of Swan valley Bed and Breakfast Farmstay feature several of her beautiful painting which grace the walls of this quirky studio. Set amongst shady trees where you can enjoy the songs of the local birds such as the Blue wrens, Australian parrots and honey eaters you will take away many wonderful memories . Enjoy local art galleries including Monets, eat at excellent cafes such as Mandoon and visit beautiful wineries including Houghtons, Sandalfords, Upper Reach and Swanbrook. Come and enjoy a few leisurely days sampling all that the Swan Valley has to offer and all so close to the CBD and domestic airport
With only 5 weeks till the Easter break it is time to begin thinking of where you can stay in the Swan Valley.
Swan Valley BED AND BREAKFAST FARMSTAY offers families and couples a variety of options.
Why not spoil a loved one with a DELUXE Romance suite including spa, welcome package of locally produced sparkling wine, Swan Valley chocolates and locally made nougat. Be spoiled and enjoy a sumptuous breakfast in your own private courtyard. You may like to team this with a romantic Clydesdale drawn phaeton ride operated by well known tourist operator Ross Gundry from Swan Valley Wagon trails. What a perfect way to propose , celebrate a special occasion or simply spoil your loved one.
Alternatively families can enjoy the hands on experience of helping to feed the friendly farm animals each morning at the Swan Valley bed and breakfast farmstay. Situated only 30 minutes drive from the CBD or 25 minutes from the domestic airport you can enjoy a relaxing stay and so close to a variety of wonderful Swan Valley attractions such as Whiteman Park, Caversham Wildlife Park, Bells Rapids and many more.
Visitors and competitors from all over the world attend this now well-known white water rafting event which originates in Northam and finishes its grueling journey in Perth. Come and relax at the beautiful relaxing Swan Valley BnB and view all the action on day 2 at Bells Rapids which is a short 10 minute drive away. Hosts Sue and Ross will provide a memorable experience and will share their knowledge of the local area with guests.
A group of visitors staying with us at Swan Valley Bed and Breakfast Farmstay ventured out on the well known local attraction Swan Valley Horse drawn wagon trails and were delighted to see the majestic pelicans who reside on Lake Yakine near Edgecombes winery whilst travelling through the bird sanctuary. What a thrill to see them descend with their enormous wing span and yet they are so graceful. Come and spend a night with us at Swan Valley BnB and enjoy some of nature’s local treasures.
With Easter only 7 weeks away now is the time to plan a special break away for the family. Swan Valley Bed and Breakfast FARMSTAY offers you and the kids an opportunity to enjoy the experience of staying on a farm and the kids can get up close , pat and feed the animals with farmer Ross and Sue.
Just 5 minutes away the family can enjoy a horse-drawn wagon ride visiting nearby local attractions such as wineries, an ice creamery, learn about the local history while visiting an historic site on the banks of the Swan River or try your hand at Super Golf, a fun game catering for all ages.
Come and spend a night at the beautiful Swan Valley Bed and Breakfast Farmstay on March 28th 2015 and then enjoy a fun-filled ABBA Concert lakeside at Sandalford Estate in the Swan Valley the following day.
Swan Valley BnB Farmstay caters for couples, families and groups so get a group together and have the time of your life.
On March 29th,2015 the Guildford Heritage Festival will again take place at Stirling Square in Guildford. This festival has been running for many years now and is a highlight in Guildford’s annual calender.
There are many wonderful attractions for visitors to enjoy including horse-drawn wagon rides, military exhibitions, vintage car exhibits, many craft stalls of locally produced goods, gardening exhibits, and wonderful food stalls to mention just a few. It is a wonderful day out for the entire family and will leave everyone with a strong appreciation of life in earlier times. Guildford boasts a wonderful history and it is a pleasure to see local people celebrating this pioneering spirit and dressing in pioneering costumes to add to the atmosphere. The hourly gun salutes add another sense of a bygone era.
Why not make a day of it and spend a night or 2 at the elegant Swan Valley Bed and Breakfast Farmstay just 15 minutes from the venue. Hosts Sue and Ross will ensure that you have a memorable stay and the kids will have an opportun ity to enjoy the farm animals on site.
The Swan Valley Bed and Breakfast Farmstay is an idyllic place to just sit and relax in the beautiful garden and enjoy the lovely birdsong of the native birds whilst also watching the kangaroos as they graze nearby. The birdlife includes many parrots, blue wrens, green eyes, honey eaters, magpies and kookaburras. Guests often sit outside in the lovely garden at the end of a wonderful day with a lovely glass of a Swan Valley wine and some beautiful cheeses. Who would think you can be so close to Perth and yet away from the bustle of the city.
Recently arrived in Perth, a lovely French and English couple booked our elegant James Stirling room for 2 nights. They brought their pushbikes and enjoyed seeing the Swan Valley by cycling to many nearby wineries, savouring the local Swan Valley produce and visiting the beautiful Bells Rapids where each year the Avon Descent passes through.After a wonderful day cycling they returned to the peaceful surrounds of our Swan Valley Bed and Breakfast to enjoy a relaxing spa, savour a lovely Swan Valley wine and cheese and enjoy the beautiful surrounds of our garden which is host to many local birdlife.
After a busy day exploring our beautiful Swan Valley guests at Swan Valley Bed and Breakfast Farmstay have the opportunity to just relax and watch one of many DVDs available or enjoy visiting one of many wonderful restaurants close by or simply enjoy take away from nearby Ellenbrook shopping centre. Many families but especially the kids love to put on a pair of boots and help farmer Ross and Sue to feed the farm animals. What a magical experience.