Rewind the past, relax in the present in this unique, luxury,
self-contained, heritage listed accommodation
Step back in time while holidaying in absolute luxury at the
Stay in our magnificently restored heritage building, originally constructed as a picture theatre in 1929, and now converted into luxury, self-contained accommodation with an RAC rating of 4 stars. Alternatively you can stay in Adyar Cottage, the original owner's residence.
Opened in April, 1999, the timber picture theatre is the only one remaining in Western Australia and its restoration has created a great deal of interest both locally and overseas.
The accommodation is full of the charm and history of what was once a picture theatre but offers modern facilities which includes reverse cycle air conditioning and even dishwashers!
FREE WIFI IS NOW AVAILABLE IN OUR ACCOMMODATION
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Why not come and stay at such a lovely time of year with all the colours in the bush. We can offer guests a special at the moment of a 15% discount if you stay 2 nights or more, excluding public holidays and depending on availability. Mention the special if booking online through our Booking Button.
The Mundi Biddi Trail was officially opened in Pemberton on Sunday, 14 April. It coincided with the welcome of the EPIC 1000 riders arrival in Pemberton. The Mundi Biddi trail provides another great activity for people coming to the South West. Below is a snapshot of a rider on the new trail. Come and explore the trail which goes from Mundaring Weir in Perth to Albany or the reverse. Pemberton is approximately half way on the trail so is an ideal break if doing the whole trail.
THE OLD PICTURE THEATRE ACCOMMODATION
The accommodation consists of four apartments in the main building and Adyar Cottage which is adjacent to the carpark that is in front of the accommodation.
The accommodation caters for different needs of guests:
The Projection Room sleeps the most number of guests with 2 queen size bedrooms, one uptairs (where the old projection equipment used to be) and one downstairs, plus it has a third bedroom which has one single bed but there is room for an extra trundle in the room if necessary.
All the apartments have fully self-contained kitchens, a dining room and lounge area plus a bathroom.
The Lounge has 1 queen size bedroom and 2 singles in the second bedroom. This apartment can cater for a physically disabled person with a large bathroom plus the fully self-contained large kitchen, dining area and a lounge separating the two bedrooms.
The Dress Circle has 2 queen size bedrooms separated by the lounge, dining room and kitchen areas. This apartment has a bathroom and separate toilet.
The Stage is a one bedroom apartment, with a spa, lounge and bedroom set up on the stage
and a fully self-contained kitchen and dining room on the lower level with a bathroom and separate toilet.
This apartment comes with extras such as bathrobes and chocolates.
Adyar Cottage has 2 queen size bedrooms and a single bedroom with a double sofa bed in the living area.
The living area is large with a full kitchen, large bathroom and a 2nd toilet in the living area.
On the back patio is a private spa, barbecue and outdoor setting with a small garden.