Picture-postcard Bridgefield Guest House is the iconic landmark at the entrance to Margaret River town, her heritage being the oldest guest house on the Margaret.
Situated in the main street of Margaret River town, within a short stroll of galleries, shops and restaurants, as well as river walk trails.
At Bridgefield Guest House, the beauty of the old includes the lovely warmth and romance of a winter log fire, matched by the modern comforts of reverse-cycle air-conditioning and individual ensuites with modern amenities including wireless internet.
Bridgefield has seven guest rooms to offer, in the ambience of a gentler age.
Bridgefield's Queen Rooms with ensuite have their own private covered garden courtyard, with individual tea- and coffee-making facilities. The cosy Cabin is free standing with a lovely patio area. For a little bit of extra indulgence, the Champagne Room offers a Spa and lovely Balcony. Downstairs from the Champagne Room, the Merlot Room adjoins a beautiful lounge area with Chesterfield lounges, a kitchenette and a pot belly stove for those cold winter nights.
Two independent restaurants - La Scarpetta Trattoria and Pizzica offer, of an evening, authentic Italian cuisine and are situated within the guest house. In the original guest house, the guest lounge offers opportunity to meet fellow travellers, perhaps over a classy Margaret River red in the cosy warmth of a Winter log fire, and with the parliamentary privilege of doing so from an original circa 1904 backbench from the upper house of the Western Australian parliament. Alternatively, in the lounge, DVDs are available to borrow without charge.
Original Margaret River’s unique character and charm, Bridgefield Guest House, looks forward to making your sojourn in this extraordinary Region even more memorable. You will be warmly welcomed at Margaret Riverside Accommodation’s reception, which is located just across the street, at Adamsons Riverside Accommodation.