Farmstyle luxury & stunning views. Centrally located between beautiful Denmark & amazing Albany in a picturesque scene of undulating countryside with a variety of livestock. Romantic escape for couples, family get togethers & groups upto 6 people.
Enjoy complimentary fresh scones with Jam & cream on arrival from the comfort of the veranda
White Dog Lane is a working farm & also Elleker miniature Goat Stud, so guests can see farm life on a day to day basis, whilst relaxing in their spa & taking in the hinterland of Albany's spectacular scenery.
The cottage dates back to early 1900. It is fully self contained with kitchen/ dining room & large lounge & 3 separate bedrooms:
The master has spa ensuite with magnificent views over the dam & fields beyond, queen bed with luxury linen, tv & a reverse cycle air conditioner/heater.
The vintage bedroom has a queen bed with its own access onto the front veranda.
The retro room has 2 singles which can be converted to king.
Farm & river walks, famous Munda Biddi trail. Feeding miniature goats & livestock. Watching baby calves frolicking. Elleker tavern & store 1 km. long walks to lake watch swans & other bird life. Blue Wrens, Robin Red Breast, willy wagtails, & other bird life abound the property.
Beautiful Muttonbird Beach is 6 minutes drive from the cottage & famous Cosy Corner is 12 minutes drive.
We are conveniently located to world class tourist spots e.g: Natural Bridge, The Gap, The old Whaling Station (Discovery Bay), The Blowholes (all 20-30minutes away).
Albany is 15 minutes away & Denmark (25 minutes) which offers more spectacular beaches including Greens Pool & Elephant Rocks
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Guests are welcome to join us feeding times when possible & hosts are available early morning & late afternoons for any questions etc, other times during the day available by mobile phone
Please email the host before making a booking.
Guests are free to wander around the laneways, but must shut gates behind them & must not enter paddocks with livestock.
No Pets as we have livestock
Please wear shoes or boots when walking around the farm