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Lot 8201 Old Vasse Road, Pemberton

MUDSTONE SUITES

Guest House
(Adults Only)
 

ABOUT

Greg and Joy Hamlyn invite you to share their beautiful Adult Guest House in one of their two lavishly appointed Suites adjacent to the stunning Warren National Park.

Guests can choose from a roomy comfortable suite with a Moroccan flavour or for those wanting more facilities, a suite with Jacuzzi Hot Tub and Sauna.

We use only 100% certified Eco-friendly products for our cleaning and guest amenities and have used recycled materials for the majority of our room builds and interior design. Be guilt free in luxury surrounds!

 

OUR COUPLES SUITES

We have just two Exclusive Suites

to choose from.

Stylish, comfortable and affordably or 

European indulgence.

The choice is yours.

 

OUR SERVICES

Light Therapy Sauna

 

Featured in the 'Executive Suite' is your own private light therapy Sauna

Just 15Km from Yeagarup Dunes

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The Pemberton area is best known for its spectacular forests of Karri trees, but rising out of this forest - and slowly creeping inland - is an expanse of big sand dunes on the move. These are the Yeagarup Dunes, the largest land-locked mobile dune system in the southern hemisphere.

Garden

 

Mudstone has a small  organic herb and vegetable garden where you can pick produce to add to your dinner, free of course.....

Those Little Extras

 

All our suites come with robes, slippers and quality eco-friendly bathroom amenities to make your stay guilt free and memorable.

Jacuzzi Hot Tub

 

Featured in the 'Executive Suite' is your own private, water therapy 'Jacuzzi" hot tub.

Free Wifi

 

Satellite Broadband WIFI is free in every room at our Suites

 

GALLERY

Executive Suite
Deck and Dining Table
Executive Suite
King size bed
Executive Suite
Private Sauna
Gazebbo and Deck
Communal space for just 2 couples
Executive Suite
Private Jacuzzi Hot Tub
Executive Suite
100 Year Old Bifold Doors
Communal Deck
View from the communal deck with BBQ
Moroccan Suite
Lounge
Executive Suite
Lounge
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THINGS TO DO

Wineries

 

Mudstone Suites is located very close to some of the regions best Wineries and Vineyards. Pemberton Wine Region boasts over 50 local vineyards and cellar doors. Pemberton is particularly renowned for its pinot noir, chardonnay, merlot, sauvignon blanc and shiraz.

Don't feel like driving there?  Ask our friends at Southern Forest Food and Wine Tours - these tours are perfect for groups but need to be booked in advance so make sure you call ahead!

Warren River Loop Walk

 

Starting at the Bicentennial Tree, the 10.5 kilometre Warren River Loop Walk wanders down through Karri forest to the Warren River, where you can enjoy a swim before heading up to the Warren lookout for superb views into the valley 

Drive Trails

 

The 12 kilometre Heartbreak Trail descends into the Warren River valley.

Warren National Park is a feature on the Karri Forest Explorer which is an 86km drive trail.

Tree Climbing

 

Only 1 KM from Mudstone Suites is the Dave Evans Bicentennial Tree, a 75 m tall Karri tree which was pegged for climbing to celebrate Australia's bicentenary in 1988.The platform is reached by climbing 165 metal spikes hammered into the trunk.

Fishing 

The heart of trout fishing in WA lies in Pemberton.

Spots like the Warren and Donnelly Rivers, Lefroy and Treen Brooks, and Big Brook Dam are some of the most productive for trout fishing in WA .

Nature and Wildlife Tours

 

Our dear friends at Pemberton Discovery Tours offers environmentally sensitive tours into the magnificent national parks surrounding Pemberton. The tours travel through the Warren and D'Entrecasteaux national parks and areas such as old growth Karri forest, Yeagarup Dunes and the Warren River . Wildflowers in season are a favourite.

Pemberton Tramway 

 

The Pemberton Railway Station  provides return services through Karri forests; over bridges through to the Warren River Bridge. In spring the forest is full with wildflowers. Your tram driver gives an informative commentary on the forest and history of the region.

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