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Earlsferry House B&B

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Earlsferry House is a carefully restored heritage-listed home built in 1902 that sits on an acre of land on the banks of the Swan River. This gracious two-storey home combines classic Edwardian style with warm hospitality, and offers bed and breakfast accommodation in the house itself, along with a self-contained cottage.

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Step back in time and sample the elegance of a bygone era. Earlsferry House combines classic Edwardian style with warm hospitality and modern facilities to make your stay in Western Australia a truly memorable one. Stroll through Earlsferry's beautiful gardens or sit and be enchanted by the tranquillity of the Swan River. Owners Jane Bowen and Martin Jaine offer two individual guest rooms in their beautiful home, as well as a very comfortable self-contained cottage on the grounds which sleeps four. An added bonus here are Martin’s intriguing metal sculptures, made mostly from recycled materials and scattered around the grounds. Earlsferry is the perfect spot from which to enjoy the Swan Valley. Close to public transport and an easy stroll from the historic village of Guildford with its famous pub, antique shops and restaurants.

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  • 1 Earlsferry Court Bassendean WA 6054 Australia

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The City of Swan acknowledges the Whadjuk (Noongar) people, who are the traditional custodians of this country. We pay respect to their culture, history and their elders past and present.