Trips Down South

This time of the year people are back into the routine of work and school and soon will feel like there just wasn’t any holiday!  The Forest Highway, which come off the Kwinana Freeway, makes the journey down south just a breeze.  But instead of the usual trip down to Margaret River way, consider turning off onto the Southwest highway and head for a different type of experience for the weekend!  Take a look at our beach itinerary http://www.clover-cottage.com.au/wp-content/uploads/beachgoers.pdf  for a more layback spot of swimming or fishing.

  Or maybe the Pemberton itinerary http://www.clover-cottage.com.au/wp-content/uploads/pemberton.pdf  where you can explore the karri forests, swim in the Big Brook Dam, then sip and dine at one  of the local wineries.

 The area around Manjimup has lots to offer with its fantastic reticulated golf course, which is open to the public and it’s timber industry history.  At this time of the year you can visit local orchards and purchase beautiful stone fruit.  Take a look at the itinerary http://www.clover-cottage.com.au/wp-content/uploads/manjimup.pdf and have a look for yourself.  The Wine and Truffle Company is also a definite to visit.  Check out their website for details regarding truffle hunts and cellar sales http://wineandtruffle.com.au/

If you are ready for a break just take a look at our availabilty on line and use Clover Cottage as a place to enjoy the weekend break.   There’s also midweek specials available from Sunday to Thursdays!

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For our honeymoon we had a truly relaxing week here at Clover Cottage.  We enjoyed the tranquil setting, happy donkeys and goats, cute little blue wrens, sheep etc.  Eggs from the chickens were tasty on the bread baked fresh in our cottage.  We loved the smell of the bread baking on our arrival.  Myself being a keen angler, I flicked all manner of lures in search of trout and refin.  Red or black spinners worked the best on the redfin and blades and lipless crankbaits also got me a few ferals.  After a week of casting in the mid 30s weather I finally got a couple of trout DEEP in the bottom lake.

We had a lovely time

Rite and Loren Berlinck