• Romantic guesthouse in York
  • Romantic guesthouse in York
  • Romantic guesthouse in York
  • Romantic guesthouse in York
  • Romantic guesthouse in York
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Hope Farm is an elegant guesthouse in York, the oldest inland town in Western Australia, situated 97 kilometres East of Perth.

Living a fairy-tale country lifestyle, the historic original homestead was built in 1880 for Dr Hope, WA’s first Commissioner for Public Health.  He married Helena Aurora Monger and this was their first marriage home, now a romantic guesthouse in York.

Providing a perfect mix of country charm and modern-day luxury, each of the three guest rooms have ensuite bathrooms, and are independent of the main house in our 1907 wing.

In addition to the guest rooms, Hope Farm York offers a charming guest lounge with large open fire.  Outside there is a patio area, extensive gardens and vineyard for guests to explore.  We also serve a full farmhouse breakfast each morning using our own eggs and locally sourced produce.

Visit Hope Farm Guesthouse in York for the friendly personal service, the stunning location and peaceful environment.  The views of Mount Bakewell and the adjoining land are magnificent.

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Dont just believe us, see what our guests say about us

4-6 October 2018

Wow, wow, and wow!  We absolutely loved this place, so serene and peaceful.  Jo and Mike made us feel at home, so helpful, friendly and the food was incredible too.  They went above and beyond.  Everything was perfect.  Even down to the shampoo!  Thanks for a great stay.  We'll definitely be back.

B & J

28 October 2017

What a beautiful stay, such a beautiful home.  It was lovely to sit in the garden, smell the roses and listen to jazz, sipping tea and eating scones and jam.  We had a restful sleep in very comfortable beds.  We were looked after very well and made to feel completely welcome.  Thank you Mike and Jo

Sue, Vick and Mel

Excellent place to stay in York WA

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