Surrounded by nine acres of towering Jarrah and Marri trees, Carinyah Retreat is the perfect place to relax and unwind. Enjoy luxury accommodation in the heart of the Australian bush only 35 minutes from Perth, 20 minutes from the airport and discover what the picturesque Bickley Valley region has to offer.
Carinyah Retreat Bed and Breakfast offers luxury en-suite rooms for those looking to relax and unwind. Guests have access to the expansive Jarrah deck where they can relax in the hammock, sit and read or soak in the heated spa while watching the black cockatoos that frequently visit for a drink.
Enjoy a complimentary cooked breakfast either in your room, on the deck or in the dining room. Other meals can be supplied by prior arrangement.
Your hosts, Neil and Pam Erasmus are internationally renowned furniture designer/makers and teachers. Many pieces of their work can be seen throughout the home, Neil and Pam would be happy to show you around their furniture studio and teaching area.
The Bickley Valley area of the Perth Hills is a well-kept secret waiting to be discovered. Follow the Wine trail and sample award-winning wines, dine at stunning restaurants and cafes or enjoy a refreshing glass of cider over lunch at the Core Cider House, just a few streets away.
Just 10 minutes away is the charming town of Kalamunda with shops, cafe's and weekend markets.
Carinyah Retreat B&B have two luxury King size bedrooms situated up a flight of timber stairs.
Forest View Room: Large room with king size bed, table and 2 chairs, sofa, kitchenette with kettle, Nespresso coffee machine and microwave.
Large TV with DVD player. Lots of DVD to choose from. CD player with bluetooth.
Plenty of hanging space and shelving in the walk-through-wardrobe. Lovely soft robes to use during your stay. Air-conditioning. large on-suite bathroom with twin sinks. Hair dryer.
Large window with view over the forest.
Cockatoo Room: Same details as the Forest View room but has a smaller window over-looking the large Jarrah deck and tall Jarrah trees.
Wineries, Cafes and bush walki