STAY WITH US

We have 3 self-contained accommodation options available for your next wilderness retreat:

​The Homestead was built as the focal point of Perup: Nature’s guesthouse and can be hired in conjunction with the Bunkhouse to accommodate large groups. 

Kulbardi cottage was originally used as a base for scientists undertaking research into the native flora and fauna of the area.

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Doornart cottage was originally built to house workers from the Forests Department.

Each have the following amenities: pillows and light doonas on all beds, cooking utensils, cutlery, plates, refrigerator, stove, microwave, kettle, toaster, gas barbecue and a slow combustion wood fire.  Porta-cots and high chairs are available on request. Guests are encouraged to bring their own linen and towels, however a linen service is available if required (fees apply).

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A selection of books, magazines and board games are available to use in each accommodation and information is also provided on the walking trails and wildlife that you are likely to see in the area.  Torches are also provided for self-guided spotlighting for native animals on our special night-time walk trail.

Our cottages deliberately lack the following distractions: TV, DVD player and Wi-Fi. 

Cottages

Group accomodation

Accommodation

At Perup: Nature’s Guesthouse we have a range of accommodation options that can cater for singles through to large groups.

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There are 3 self-contained accommodation options that sleep 7 to 10 guests each, and a large bunkhouse that can sleep up to 23 guests.

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Perup: Nature's Guesthouse

3360 Boyup Brook - Cranbrook Road, Tonebridge

Blackwood Basin Group: 08 9769 1129

Your stay at Perup: Nature’s Guesthouse will directly support community-based landcare in the south west of Western Australia.  All profits generated from Perup: Nature’s Guesthouse are reinvested by the Blackwood Basin Group, who work to protect and enhance the environmental values of the Blackwood River catchment.

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