Award Winning Colonial Accommodation. José Hopkinson warmly welcomes you to her lovingly restored stone cottage on the Greenough Flats approximately ten minutes south of Geraldton, and four hours drive north of Perth.
The cottage, originally built in 1857 by a ticket of leave convict, offers friendly, quiet and comfortable country hospitality in a smoke free environment consisting of 1 queen room and 1 double room plus single bed . with shared bathroom facilities. There is also a guest lounge-room, a separate dining area and a heated garden gazebo spa.
The area of Greenough is rich in history and nineteenth century architecture, with the National Trust's Hamlet just a few kilometres away. During the wildflower season there are many areas abundant with flowers that are within a comfortable day trip of the Greenough Flats.
Enjoy great food and coffee or relax over a quiet drink whilst stepping back in history.
Ideal for weekend breaks, or a stopover if travelling north or south. Perhaps you would like to call in to the Pioneer Museum located nearby, or just go for a relaxing stroll down the lane.