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Settlers House York - York Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Settlers House York

125 Avon Terrace, York - Map
"Central location, clean & comfortable rooms"
Generally satisfactory, clean rooms and a great base in the middle of town.
Traveller from Australia
Avon Accommodation York - York Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Avon Accommodation York

0 Howick Street, York - Map
Was close to everything, bed was a little uncomfortable though i know its hard to please everyone but all in all was ideal for what we needed
A Traveller
The Vines Avenue Guesthouse - The Vines Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

The Vines Avenue Guesthouse

128 Vines Avenue, The Vines - Map
"Large guest house close to golf course"
Very good , lots to offer in house and very quiet ,, has large guest area with , piano , bongo drums ,, Guitar , pool table , pool , bar etc very large kitchen so everything you need
Traveller from rockingham
Lakeview Lodge - Gidgegannup Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Lakeview Lodge

131 Lakeview Drive, Gidgegannup - Map
"Excellent place for a romantic destrassing place"
My g.r and I had a very enjoyable nite at the lakeview lodge after stress full week of family drama is recommend it any time its very soothing and peace full and the breakfast is a amazing and the management are very friendly we plan to stay there again
Traveller from d
Faversham House - York Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Faversham House

24-26 Grey Street, York - Map
I had a very lovely stay. It was very cosy and welcoming. My friends and I and a lovely evening in the common area by the fire just chatting and eating. It had a very nice vibe to it. No tv in the room but there was an iPod dock. I don't think the room needs a tv, it was quite enjoyable without it. I would definitely stay there again.
A Traveller
Novotel Swan Valley Vines Resort - The Vines Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Novotel Swan Valley Vines Resort

Verdelho Drive, The Vines - Map
"Nice hotel with nice view"
I was staying there for the weekend as I was getting married at Barrett Lane in the Swan Valley. My husband and I enjoyed our stay. We thought the rooms were nice comfortable. We enjoyed the wildlife such as the ducklings and kangaroos with their joeys. Food was really nice at Muscats and the breakfast both Sunday and Monday morning was awesome. We loved the pool and the giant chess game. That was a lot of fun. The was a piece of ceiling missing in our bathroom where the show head came from which concerned by husband. When we checked in I was a bit disappointed with the reception at front desk. The manager brought out the wrong name when checking details. When I informed the manager of the mistake he said 'I'll take those vouchers away then'. I just thought there was no need for that especially when I had not even known I had any vouchers as I was only looking at the form with the personal details.
Traveller from Perth
The Nosh & Nod - Howick Street - York Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

The Nosh & Nod - Howick Street

Howick Street, York - Map
The York Heritage Hotel & Terraces - York Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

The York Heritage Hotel & Terraces

145 Avon Terrace, York - Map
"Surprise !"
The room was extremely well decorated and very comfortable! Great location to walk and take in the Main Street. The staff were welcoming and the food was delicious! I loved Max the boss he really made me feel welcome!
Traveller from H
The Sebel Swan Valley The Vines - The Vines Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

The Sebel Swan Valley The Vines

79 Hermitage Drive, The Vines - Map
"Rural setting. Quiet."
Stayed only one night, and that was pleasant. Bed comfortable. Great T.V.
A Traveller
The Sebel Swan Valley The Vines offers quality, self contained accommodation, 35 minutes from Perth. The oldest wine growing …More
El Caballo Resort - Wooroloo Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

El Caballo Resort

3349 Great Eastern Highway, Wooroloo - Map
3.3 out of 5 (35 reviews)

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    Accommodation In Toodyay

    If you need some peace and quiet, our Toodyay hotels are sure to please. This semi-rural town in the beautiful Avon Valley has managed to preserve some of the most historically cultural Western Australian heritage and old world charm.

    Toodyay was settled in the 19th century and is famous for being the town where troublesome bushranger Moondyne Joe (Western Australia's most infamous bushranger) was imprisoned. If you're here in May you'll enjoy the Moondyne Festival, which celebrates the colourful history of the town in honour of the bushranger. During the festivities, the townspeople dress up in costumes and cause a stir in the town. There are plenty of activities for the whole family to enjoy, especially in the Old Gaol.

    The name Toodyay comes from an Aboriginal word meaning ‘place of plenty’. Amid the beautiful landscape of Toodyay there sure is plenty to do. Go on a Boshack Outback tour and visit the nostalgic displays of the days of the first Aussie pioneers, as well as indigenous artefacts and replicas. Call in to Connor's Mill, which was a flour mill built in 1870, and is now a museum for the town. You can also visit the local alpaca farm and emu farm, which is the world's oldest emu farm. Toodyay's Duidgee Park offers a fun day out, with picnic grounds, barbeques, a playground and the miniature railway.

    Fitness fanatics will love the sports and activities on offer in Toodyay. There's tennis, cricket, hockey, skate parks, football and lawn bowls, as well as archery. You can go for a hike along the Bilya Walking Track or, if you're really brave, participate in the world's longest white-water race, the Avon Descent, held annually on the Avon River. There's also the Toodyay Picnic Races, held each September/October, at the Northam Racecourse. If shopping is more your style, Toodyay has many emporiums and gift shops selling unique items, such as pottery, jewellery, homewares, wax candles, cast iron products, antique furniture, alpaca products and organic local produce. Drop by for a bite to eat at one of the pubs, old-fashioned tea rooms, or the retro 50s style Cola Cafe. Before heading home, make sure you pick up a bottle of wine at Coorinja Vineyard or some organic olives from Esslemont Estate or the Place of Plenty olive grove.

    Toodyay is 85km east of Perth. You can catch a train from the Perth airport, but it's best to hire a car to get around Toodyay. While you're in the region, the Chittering Valley is well worth visiting. It is most famous for its wine trail, plus its bushlands, wetlands, orchards and wildflowers. For a relaxing holiday in this historical Western Australian town, check out our cheap flights to Perth and don't forget to book your Toodyay accommodation below!

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