Big Brook Cottages

489 Stirling Road, Pemberton   (08) 9776 0279

Award winning cottages overlooking Big Brook Forest only 6 kms from Pemberton and close to walk trails. Set in beautiful gardens, with al fresco barbeque areas and cosy wood fires.

In Brief
  • Capacity: 12
  • Type: Chalets
In Detail

Experience the comfort and style of these gold medal winning designer chalets. Just 6 kilometres outside the township of Pemberton and with views over the magnificent trees of Big Brook Forest, the chalets offer an idyllic setting. Delightful cottage gardens and cheeky blue wrens will entertain you as you relax with a glass of wine or enjoy a BBQ in your own alfresco eating area. Big Brook Cottages are the perfect spot for a romantic interlude or just a relaxing weekend. Close to the famous Bibbulmun track and with walk trails to Big Brook Dam they are also ideal for the more energetic! Stylish and luxurious décor will ensure your comfort. 

Big Brook Cottages also has a Bed and Breakfast facility. It is in a separate wing of the house with its own entry. It consists of two en-suite rooms, one with a spa bath, and one with a shower. Each room has a TV/DVD player, reverse cycle air conditioning and electric blankets. Both rooms open into the guest lounge/dining area with tea and coffee making facilities, a refrigerator and another TV/DVD. A continental breakfast is included in the price, but there are no cooking, barbeque or food preparation facilities and no log fire.

If you’re dreaming of a quiet mid week escape, or just need a recharge away from city life, then the tall forest beauty of the Pemberton region is for you!  Pemberton is located 335 kilometres south of Perth. It is about an hour and a half drive from Margaret River, Busselton, Walpole/Nornalup and the Valley of the Giants and only two hours from Bunbury. Pemberton is therefore an ideal central location to make your base, and for discovering the whole south west corner of Western Australia. Pemberton is renowned for its majestic Karri trees, and is surrounded by five National Parks, with three climbing trees including the famous Gloucester Tree.