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She-oaks Bed & Breakfast Homestay

She-oaks was originally built as a lodge for Western Australia's first inland golf course, and the rooms still retain the style of the 1930's. Guests are welcome to use the dining room and relax in front of the fire in the huge 1930's living room, or take it easy on the long verandah overlooking the banks of the Avo... view more info

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Welcome to She-oaks - a peaceful riverside 1930's farmhouse located between York and Beverley.

She-oaks bed & breakfast homestay offers a range of rooms for those looking for simple peaceful accommodation. Situated on the Great Southern Highway between the historic towns of York and Beverley in Western Australia's Avon Valley east of Perth, this 1930's farmhouse is ideal for those working in the district or visiting family.

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6587 Great Southern Highway Beverley, Western Australia

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Rated by 3 guests
 
Alasdair
A taste of country life in Australia, in a fine country house. Friendly, welcoming hosts!
An excellent place to stay if you want a quiet, peaceful farm type stay. Close to Perth, very close to York and Beverley. Comfortable old house and hosts Dina and Rob know how to help you enjoy your stay.

Pauline W
Lovely hosts
The hosts make you feel welcome. Very relaxing country getaway. Have the chance to interact with the horses and other animals on the farm. They had a black and white baby lamb they had found on the side of the road when I was there. Not close to the town of Beverley - about 12 kms away so you need wheels. Great self serve breakfast.

Phil
Lovely location with very friendly hosts
Great location on the Avon River. An early morning bird walk brought to light some lovely species.
On the river there were Little Black Cormorants, Little Pied Cormorants, Australian White Ibis and Black-fronted Dotterel . Along the river bank, Rufous Whistlers, Red-capped Robin, Scarlet Robin, Chestnut-rumped Thornbill and the beautiful Splendid Fairy-wrens were there as well as cheekily hopping around under the outside table as we had breakfast. I would have loved to have stayed longer but work commitments did not allow. I will just have to return.