We warmly welcome you to our lovingly restored stone cottage on Phillips Road, Greenough, just 19kms south of Geraldton. The cottage, originally built in 1857 by a ticket-of- leave convict, offers friendly, quiet and comfortable country hospitality in a smoke-free environment.
The bedrooms consist of one queen and one double with extra single bed. Guests will enjoy their own lounge room with TV / DVD , a separate dining room incorporating a small kitchen with large refrigerator, microwave, two burner cooktop and sandwich maker and all day tea and coffee. A BBQ is also available.
The restoration of the Cottage earned a Heritage Award which recognises Excellence and Outstanding Contribution to Conservation and Restoration of Heritage Buildings within the Shire of Greenough.
Ideal for weekend breaks, or a stopover if travelling north or south.
The area of Greenough is rich in history and nature and nineteenth century architecture.
Just a short drive away you will find stunning scenery and historic locations to reward the traveller. Enjoy great food and coffee or relax over a quiet drink whilst stepping back in history.
Explore the Greenough museum located opposite the cottage, or just go for a relaxing stroll down the lane.
The Central Greenough Historical Settlement is just a few kilometres away which houses the Visitor and Interpretation Centre.
The Greenough river mouth and great fishing beaches are only 10kms away.
During the wildflower season there are many areas abundant with wildflowers that are within a comfortable day trip.
The S-Bend caravan park is close by where you can purchase fuel and a small selection of groceries.