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Circa Cottages Albany, Albany

Circa Cottage offers you fully self contained accommodation in an elegantly furnished, luxurious period cottage. Features of the cottage include original pressed tin ceilings, jarrah floors, timber mantels, and heritage design. Located in the heritage precinct of Albany, Western Australia’s first settlement, the delights of the centre of town are a short walk away. Nurture yourself by relaxing in the private courtyard, or strolling to the Farmer’s Market, museum, cafe strip, restaurants, and specialty shops. Circa Cottage is a short drive to Middleton Beach, Emu Point, and many of Albany’s other unique attractions. Walk trails are within easy distance, including Mt Melville walk trails and the Bibbulmum track which starts a short walk away. Whale watching season in King George Sound is from July to November, tour boat moorings are nearby at the town jetty. Mt Barker, the Porongurup Ranges, and Denmark are a half hour drive away. The Stirling Ranges are an hour to an hour and a half drive away.

The cottage sleeps up to four adults for a minimum two night stay. This property is not suitable for children under 12 years of age.

Features of the cottage include:

Two queen bed rooms, one with a single day bed, television, cotton linen, doonas, DVD, CD player, internet access, fully equipped kitchen with large pantry, private north facing courtyard, outdoor setting and barbeque, off street parking for two cars, electric blankets, full laundry facilities and late arrival access.

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Circa Cottages

Cica Cottage contains two queen sized bedrooms, one with a single day bed. People hiring the cottage have access to both rooms. It is ideal for one or two couples or singles wanting get away for a break. The whole cottage is included in the tariff quoted.


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