It was, until recently, a collection of 45 self-sustaining, off-grid tiny homes scattered throughout remote locations in regional NSW, Queensland, South Australia, Victoria and Tasmania, and they’ve just welcomed the 46th member to their expanding family – right here in WA!
Affectionately known as Tiny Matilda, the collection’s first WA foray is located to the southeast near Bridgetown and features space for up to four guests with a queen bed and second double in the loft, plus you can bring your furry friends as the location is pup-friendly.
Inside you’ll find solar heating covering both heating and cooling depending on the time of the year along with contemporary furnishings and luxurious linen making for a very comfortable stay.
The outdoor deck is perfect for curling up with a nice bottle of red to watch the sunset (or nice cup of coffee as it rises), BBQ grill, firepit and the all-important outdoor bath.
Tiny Matilda is located on a regenerative, chemical-free farm and shares the spot with plenty of native wildlife, fresh produce, jarrah and marri forests and even a friendly family of goats.
Bookings start at $269 per night and have only just opened – so get booking here. They currently have 25% off weekday stays, valid until March 10 for stays until April 6.
Check out a few more photos of what to expect below:
Head to the Into The Wild Escapes Website for more info.