We had an excellent time here. Log cabins on a property with peppermint trees and cattle, wood fire, self-contained and BBQ. Kids had a great time but we were out mostly - It’s so close to the beach, plus Yallingup, Dunsborough and an enjoyable drive everywhere else. Good base for all the sights and places to visit in the south west. The care takers were nice and check in/out was easy. Peaceful, relaxing place. Many thanks!
My partner booked this place by chance for our first trip with our young daughter. Very clean, comfortable cabin. We went down during a storm and the wood fire kept the place warm. We felt like we were miles away. Close to many of the popular wineries down south. Great service from the friendly staff. We will book again and told others about this accomodation.
We have been stay Ingrid at Wyadup Brook Cottages for at least one week every summer for 22 years, and I think it is about time that I share this Western Australian hospitality jewel with the rest of the world. The friendliest of hosts, Mark and Judy, ensure that Wyadup Brook Cottages are the perfect base for families and friends wanting to explore the beautiful south west capes area from Busselton to Augusta, although we usually restrict our daytime visits to nearby wineries, restaurants and exploring the beautiful wild coastline. (The famous Wyadup Spa is at the end of the same road.) We usually stay at Pixie Mops, which is one of the larger cottages that comfortably accommodates 6 adults and a couple of kids. There are 6 well appointed cottages that are well stocked for a self-catering holiday, with fully equipped kitchens, comfortable beds, and sparklingly clean bathrooms that have excellent hot showers and a washing machine. Satellite TV channels and a DVD player provide their usual entertainment, but we find our days at Wyadup pass quickly with the traditional family fun of a shared jigsaw, board games or Mahjong. The cottages are nestled beneath whispering peppermint trees and the pretty Wyadup Brook flows across the small paddock in front. Early mornings are a joy if you sit quietly with your cuppa on the outside patio. Soon you will see all the different bird families who call Wyadup home: splendid blue wrens, fan tails, ring necks, magpies, ravens, robins, kookaburras and many more. Cows stomp in the nearby paddocks, chooks forage up near Judy and Mark’s House/office (so keep your salad scraps for them) and old Tess, the farm dog gives everyone a friendly welcome. At night the skies are lit by the spectacular Milky Way which always astonishes this urban dweller accustomed to skies dimmed by city lights. We love our annual holiday at Wyadup Brook Cottages. Mark and Judy work hard to ensure guests feel welcome and provide many friendly touches, such as home made chocolate chip biscuits, plenty of wood for the comforting log fire, beautiful linen on the beds and delicious cackleberries fresh from the hens who laid them. They are also full bottle on the best places to visit and can give advice on beautiful (secret) places to explore on the coast and which restaurants, wineries, breweries will suit your preferences. …
A friend and I walked the Cape to Cape and decided to base ourselves at Wyadup Brook Cottages for the southern part of the walk. The reason was that the owner can help you with the transfers to your walk every day and provide some explanation about the place. In addition, once there, we really enjoyed the cottage, our home for 4 days where all you may need is there. We especially enjoyed the fireplace and lighting a fire every day upon returning from the day's walk. The cottage was roomy, the shower was great (very important when you walk long distances every day!) and the surroundings were very peaceful. Would I go and stay there again? I certainly would!
We stayed at Wyadup Brook Cottages for the final 2 nights of our Cape to Cape hike. The owners could not have been more accomodating - allowing us to drop off our luggage prior to starting our days hike and then on the final day picking it up after we completed the walk. The accomodation is gorgeous - spacious and the beds are really comfortable. The location is not beach side - instead you are on a farming property that is quiet and within a short drive to the beach. I highly recommend a stay ... they are walking distance from the closest winery!