Our limestone washhouse was built by convicts in 1893 and has now been transformed into a charming cottage with fine cotton sheets, fully functional kitchen, air conditioning and Internet access.
Experience Fremantle's special architectural heritage in style in a shady, secluded garden.
Breakfast by the fishpond and enjoy a choice of cafes en route to the beach.
This is a renovated heritage washhouse in typical local stone.
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Zugang für Gäste
There is a private pathway and gate (with security coded lock) to the cottage.
Guests have access to a courtyard and a fish pond.
There is street parking available.
Interaktion mit Gästen
I live in the house in front of the cottage and am happy to meet with you if you would like. Just knock on the back door!
Weitere wichtige Infos
The house and cottage were built in 1893 by one of the wardens of Fremantle prison. It was built from the local limestone in a style unique to the Fremantle area. The garden contains a 14 meter well hand cut through limestone by convict labour that is still in use today.
For those who are interested the Washhouse's guest guide contains a brief history of the buildings.
Please be respectful of our immediate neighbours but feel free to say hello. The Washhouse in tucked into the garden adjacent to three other properties. It is a quiet and peaceful place.
Strictly no smoking even in the garden.