My partner and I (of 24) stayed at this beautiful, quaint B&B during the weekend of the Medieval Fayre held in Balingup. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay because we were very well looked after by Audrey and Guy who made us feel welcome and comfortable.
We wanted to have a bit of quality time together and treated the weekend as a little getaway whilst also meeting friends at the fayre. This worked out perfectly for us. The bed was extremely comfortable (I did not want to leave it!) and the breakfast was so delicious, beautifully presented and kept us going until the afternoon. Audrey also makes her own scones that we enjoyed with a Devonshire tea and they are actually the very best scones I have ever had in my whole life! Just thinking about them makes me want to go back and eat more!
The nights sleep was wonderful, surrounded by silent countryside. There was even a rooster to wake you up on time for breakfast! We would love to come back again but with there only being 3 rooms it certainly fills up quick! I think we were very lucky to get our room.
Thanks again Audrey and Guy for your fantastic, amazing service.
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- Balingup Rose has the perfect setting for anyone looking to totally relax and unwind. If you want, you can walk along the well known Bibbulmun Track (track is opposite Balingup Rose) into town for a cup of coffee/tea or lunch or visit the local Art and Craft shops. Balingup Rose was built for privacy. Situated on 5 tranquil acres and perfectly positioned on a hillside. You will be looking upon stunning valley views, beautiful gardens and fruit trees. ... more less
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