Well, where on earth do I start with this beautiful bed and breakfast in the surrounding hills of Perth.
Tibooburra’s run by Bronwen and Peter, they are honestly the most welcoming people I have met. Their stunning newly built home has three beautiful bedrooms on the lower floor. They are immaculately decorated, and each has their own colour theme. This place was so comforting; I instantly felt right at home.
We had a fantastic king size bed that was so luxurious. They don’t lease out the other rooms if they just have a couple to stay. So we had our private bathroom and separate toilet too. This place is perfect for families as there is a second bathroom upstairs and as there is a kitchenette, lounge and dining room downstairs, it is the perfect hub for any family.
I honestly think that Bronwen’s and Peter’s hospitality knows no bounds. There are delicious chocolates wrapped in the colour theme of the room on the bedside table. Freshly baked Aussie Anzac biscuits in the kitchen. Bronwen even made us a super tasty chocolate cake the day we arrived. Oh, and do not get me started on the stunning breakfast we got every morning.
Oh okay, I’ll tell you. It was the freaking awesome! All freshly prepared using only the very best of ingredients. We had a full Aussie breakfast on our first morning; it was huge and even though we also had freshly made muesli, fruit salad, homemade yoghurt (yep homemade yoghurt), a selection of jams, we could still manage to eat the mammouth big breakfast too. Don’t think that the morning beverage has been forgotten either, with almost every breakfast drink available, it will leave you in breakfast heaven.
You never go hungry or thirsty at Tibooburra B&B the following days we had a beautiful four, yes four egg omelette on homemade toast. All lovingly made by our hostess. Bronwen also told us that when she has international guests she researches their national breakfast dish and makes it for her guests. How freaking awesome is that.
I wish I could give this bed & breakfast ten stars; it’s the best, I would only stay here if I were ever in Perth again.