Iremia is a spacious home suitable for sleeping up to 6 guests in 3 queen sized beds. Appointed with stylish furniture it is a comfortable and usable house.
The house was designed according to solar passive principles. Solar passive design helps to reduce energy consumption in heating and cooling the house. The stone fireplace and entry walls were made by a local stone craftsman from yellow granite. The timber floor is Marri. The artworks in the house are mostly by a local artist, Nat Muir.
The property is located at the end of a cup-de-sac in the Margaret River valley. It is a private and secluded location right on the Margaret River bank. The river near the house is a set of rocky rapids that produce the most relaxing sound in the winter months. In summer it makes an interesting place to discover the pools of water and little critters that live in them.
The block is frequented by many kangaroos, in the early morning and evening you can often see a group grazing on the grass below.
There is nothing like basking in the glow of a warm fire you’ve built yourself. There is a supply of wood for the fire at the house, some logs may be a tad large so may require splitting which can require a bit of elbow grease but it s part of the experience and helps to build up a thirst!
There are lights on the three large gum trees on the low side of the house that create a nice spectacle in the evenings if you are dining outside. Look out for the occasional possum!
There is NBN internet with wifi access..
50″ LED TV with Netflix, DVD player and Free to air TV.
Bluetooth speaker to stream your own music.
The kitchen is well equiped with all you need to whip up your own gourmet treats.
A weber Q barbecue on the deck is available for the use of guests.
Margaret River has a ton of things to do, too many to include here. We suggest you pop into the Visitor Centre On Bussell Highway in Town where the staff can point you in the direction of whatever you prefer.
Near the house there is a walk truck that follows the river to the waterfall which is quite spectacular in winter.
McHenry Hohnnen is the closest winery less that a kilometre away. Cape Mentelle on Wallcliffe Road is the next closest. With movies showing in an open air setting in summer this is really worth a visit.