special place in Western Australia, nestled between two ridges
of the Darling Scarp.
valley experiences unique weather conditions during autumn, winter and
spring. Cold nights, misty mornings, trees turning all colours of the
rainbow, white water rushing through the Chittawarra Brook then slowing as
it flows gently into Southglen Lake and finally into the Helena
river. Bird calls echoing through
the valley add to
the serenity of this rural hideaway.
Southglen Cottage was one of the original buildings on the 45 hectare
property and was renovated into a stylish bed and breakfast in 2011.
It can accommodate a group of one, two or three couples and is just 30 km
from Perth City centre.
current owners of Southglen live on the property along with their adorable
Golden Retriever, Alice.
A maximum of 6 people only are permitted at the cottage at any one time.
Should you, or any members of your family, or perhaps even friends or work
colleagues, be considering a stay in the south-west of our State, we
invite you to consider our other family owned property in Augusta - a
'waterfront cottage getaway', which is called
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