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Albany View St. Lodge Bed & Breakfast/Art Studio, Albany

Feast on Breakfast and the View! Tariff includes a full English style or a Continental style breakfast served upstairs in our sunroom with its lovely views of Albany‘s natural harbour. Conveniently located just a short walk to the city centre we offer off street parking and a separate guest entrance.
Choose from one of three beautifully presented semi self contained suites, each with its own ensuite, hairdryer,fridge, microwave,crockery, glassware, quality linen and television (two have DVD’s.)

The front entrance/reception is part of Margaret’s Studio/Gallery and her paintings are featured throughout this Bed and Breakfast establishment.

Our accommodation::
Suite 1: Bedroom with queen and single bed. Lounge/mini kitchen with small dining table and chairs, sofa and overlooks the patio and gardens.
Suite 2: Is a large comfortable suite with queen bed, armchairs, coffee table, small dining table and chairs.
Suite 3: Is smaller with a queen bed, armchairs and a mini kitchen and breakfast bar. It is light and bright, has its own patio and overlooks the garden.

Relax under the patio or in our lovely gardens (glimpses of the harbour can be seen through the trees) with a glass of wine or a barbeque and plan your tour of the Great Southern Region.

We are only a short drive to Torndirrup National Park and its spectacular scenery. Spend a day there and visit the Windfarm on Sandpatch Cliffs, see Albany town from Little Grove. A must is to drive to Camp Quaranup and see the Whaling Cove, Bramble Beach and Mistaken Island. Then drive to The Gap and Natural Bridge, Cable Beach, Blowholes, Salmon Pools (wonderful views to Bald head), Misery Beach, Frenchman’s Bay and Whaleworld.

Next day drive east to Two People’s Bay and the stunning Little Beach and Waterfall Beach. We are only a short distance to the magnificent Stirling and Porongurup Ranges with their beautiful flora, fauna and wildflowers. We are a close drive to Denmark, Wlliam Bay, The Tree Tops Walk and Walpole.

Accommodation Options


Large comfortable room with queen sized bed. Electric blanket. Bedsie tables with clock radio and touch lamps. Two armchairs & coffee table. Small dining table & chairs. Fridge, Television & DVD player. Microwave. Crockery,glassware & cutlery. Ensuite.Hairdryer. Tea/coffee facilities.
Separate guest entrance. Built in robe with luggage rack. Room heater.


Has a Queen sized bed. Two bedside tables, clock radio & touch lamps. Built-in Robe. Armchair and smaller chair.Room heater. Mini kitchen with microwave (does not have a cooker). Breakfast bar & 2 chairs. Tea/coffee making facilities. Glassware,crockery and cutlery. Fridge. Television. Ensuite with Hair dryer. Quality linen. Games & jigsaws, magazines etc.
Has views of the garden with its own pergola area. Separate guest entrance.


Has bedroom with Queen sized bed and single bed both with electric blankets. Bed side tables with clock radio and touch lamps. Has wardrobe, 2 armchairs and luggage rack. Looks out on to the patio and garden.
Main room has mini kitchen with microwave (but no cooker), fridge, tea/coffee, crockery, glassware,cutlery etc supplied. Television and DVD player.
Small dining table and chairs. Sofa (which can be converted into a sofa bed).
Ensuite (has separate toilet). Door opens on to covered pergola area and gardens. Barbecue available for guest use. Separate guest entrance.

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