Spa accommodation in the forest-lined pastures of Denmark, WA.
This remarkable holiday retreat is set on a hillside overlooking the beautiful Scotsdale Valley.
Great weekend getaway in the country. John And Rhonda were very accommodating, providing high chair and portacot for our baby and having a dog friendly place to stay.
How nice to walk into a place where you can take your dog and it is spotless. This place is a credit to Rhonda and John.
The breathtaking views stretch out from your window, over the paddocks, dams, and off into the rambling valley distance. Meanwhile, just behind your chalet stands 50 acres of karri tree forest, with trails to explore the local flora and fauna. A small holding of farm animals, alpacas, goats, sheep and cattle also share the property.
“Many guests love to be introduced to our hand reared farm animals, which is something we are a very happy to facilitate on request.”
“The surrounds of these chalets is perfect and really makes you feel as though you are out in the woods and allows you to experience some nature 🙂 The animals are gorgeous and I loved listening to them munch on grass as I had my morning coffee. The chalets themselves are neat, spacious and the cleanest I have ever seen. Everything you need to be as self sufficient as you need. We met Rhonda while settling our bill, she was lovely and had some great suggestions for things for us to visit in Denmark. The main town is about 10-15 minutes drive.”
Steffanie C, April 2017.
All chalets are solar passive, utilise solar electric power and rainwater, and are fitted with energy efficient appliances. The chalets also use a “Biolytix” state of the art recycling system.
“We are committed to improving upon our reputation as an eco retreat. The property abounds with wildlife and is a bird watchers paradise. Guests wake up every morning to choirs of kookaburras and magpies, and each evening share magnificent sunsets with the kangaroos.
It is a wonderful place for guests who love and respect nature. That’s why we work hard to develop better and more sustainable infrastructure and processes, and new ways for guests to enjoy the property.”