Jajelup Holiday Cottage
Jajelup cottage was built of stone in 1920, replacing the original wood home which was demolished by white-ants after only 10 years. It has been extended and recently renovated and refurbished with two bedrooms comfortably sleeping four people.
Please note that due to the proximity of two large dams, the property is not considered suitable for young children (Please discuss with owner).
The cottage is perfectly hidden on the farm, with scenic rural views through to Wilsons Inlet and Denmark. Cows and sheep wander happily and often cheeky willy wagtails are seen perched on the sheep. The surrounding trees are home to many wrens and robins and of course the Australian magpie.
Furnishings for Jajelup have been gathered from all over the world during the owners' travels and postings. A snuggly lounge features Middle Eastern rugs and wall hangings, Asian pottery and comfortable beds make the cottage interesting and inviting.