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Hillside Country Homestead B & B

The Hillside B&B is a wonderfully restored Federation house which was built in 1911. It was built for Morris Edwards when he married and was host to many distinguished guests.
Hillside" is a wonderfully historic Federation house built in 1911 and designed by the renowned architect, Sir Talbot Hobbs. It was built for Morris Edwards on the occasion of his marriage and in its heyday welcomed many distinguished visitors. The Edwards family farmed its 1700 acres and also owned the General Store in York. The family lived in the residence an neighbouring property for over 100 years.

The property today has been turned into a B&B and extends to visitors an opportunity to step back in time. There is a variety of old farming machinery which line the entrance way into the property off Forrest Street. The B&B offers 7 bedrooms which will accommodate up to 16 people. Every room has a separate sitting area with television, DVD, CD and in house DVDs. During the winter time a pot belly stove adds warmth in winter and there is aircon and ceiling fans in summer.

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Mt Bakewell Caravan Park

Mt Bakewell Caravan Park is just on the outskirts of York township at the foot of Mt Bakewell. The park offers peace and quiet in a shady park. There is a TV room, laundry, BBQ’s, on-site vans, drive through bays, grassed camping sites.

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  • Written April 25, 2005
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Wansbrough House

Wansbrough House is a small B & B housed in a historic 1859 cottage. The property is made up of an acre of mature landscaped gardens right on the banks of Bland Brook. They provide a private ensuite wroght iron queen bed with a pot belly, TV, CD, Radio, Fridge, table and chairs and drink making facilities. They also provide hearty country breakfasts. There is a discount for multiple week nights and they will only accept cash or cheques.

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  • Written April 25, 2005
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Swann Lodge

This is described as a boutique style B&B just on the other side of the Avon River. Which means that they are more like a motel with the hospitality and home cooking of a B&B. They have 5 roomy units, all with ensuites and aircon, TV, fridge, private entrance and a covered sitting area. They also cater for the disabled and families. There is a gust lounge with a pot belly stove and a large dining room whose doors open up to an outside living area with garden spa room. A country breakfast is included in the price and evening meals are on request.

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  • Written April 25, 2005
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The Kings Head

The Kings Head was built between 1846 and 1848 and was the first licensed Inn in York. Originally built as a small inn it was later enlarged to become a hotel. It was one of the first buildings in York to have electric lights. Today the inn offers twin share or double accommodation with ensuites and continental breakfast included.

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  • Written April 25, 2005
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The Grandhouse

The Grandhouse is just across the river on the east side of York township. has a beautiful rural setting with views over York and towards Mt Bakewell. They offer 6 deluxe bedrooms with ensuite, TV. and video. There is also a lounge with log fire dining room and a spa room. Breakfast is included in the tariff and evening meals are available. Views of the room look out towards Mt Bakewell.

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  • Written April 25, 2005
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Laurelville Manor B & B

Laurelville Manor is a B & B. Their accommodation is made up of singles, twin share, Queen bedrooms with 4 poster beds, the Turret Wing which is a self contained special unit with the option of 3-4 bedrooms and a private lounge.

The manor is furnished with Victorian antiques throughout. There is a games room with a full sized pool table, log fires, bbq facilities and all rooms have tea and coffee making facilities. They serve a gourmet hearty English cooked breakfast which is inclusive of the price. There is 3 acres to the property with beautiful rose gardens and an abundant bird life.

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  • Written April 25, 2005
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The Settlers House

The Settlers House was originally a private home and was built around 1845 and has been classified by the National Trust. Between 1875 to 1888 it was used by Cobb & Co as a staging post during the gold rush days. In 1977 it housed the States first country newspaper called the Eastern Districts Chronicle. Today it has been restored and converted into a lovely hotel. They have suites with wonderful four-poster beds, ensuites, t.v.’s and RC air-conditioning as well as conference facilities.

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  • Written April 24, 2005
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The Old Albion

The Old Albion is a national trust building which was constructed in 1858. The old stables and service buildings are in the rear. A B & B now operates there and the lovely cottages have an ensuite, spa and potbelly stove. Included in the price is a cooked breakfast or gourmet hamper.

The hotel also offers luxury body treatments which includes facials, pedicures and massage inspired by ancient Javanese health and beauty rituals.

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  • Written April 24, 2005
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The Castle Hotel

The Castle Hotel is the second oldest hotel in Western Australia. It was originally built by convict labour during the 1805’s for Mr. Samuel Craig. The construction was completed by 1853. Over the years the hotel has had 4 major extensions. The Craig family owned the Hotel until the late 1980’s.

The Castle Hotel was the first two storey building in York. It has been restored with the original facade intact and refurbished with 19th century reproduction furniture. Accommodation at the hotel comprises two styles - motel suites with all rooms having ensuites, airconditioning, Television, tea & coffee making facilities one executive suite with spa. The old style hotel rooms have share facilities. The hotel has counter meals bistro, wood-fired pizza’s and there is also a bottleshop.

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  • Written April 24, 2005
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The Imperial Hotel

This old historic Inn was built in 1886 by Mr D. gallop. It was built to cater for the railway and the people the service brought into York. The building was built of local stone with a two-storey veranda of cast-iron lacework, a material not usually seen in York. The Inn has been restored recently and offers 21 rooms for accommodation.

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  • Written April 24, 2005
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