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Why rush, when you could stay a while and play in Fremantle? Explore our port city on bikes, learn about the Whadjuk people, enjoy the European flavours at family friendly restaurants and uncover stories of WA's history. 🚲🍝⚓ Head to our website to build your own itinerary, or find inspiration in our suggested guides. Pics from @aboardthehougoumont, @tradewinds_hotel, @questfremantle & @wardershotel #thisisfremantle
The Warders Cottages Block 1 were built in 1851 as accommodation for the Fremantle prison warders and their families ⛓️ In 2020, this building was carefully preserved during its transformation into Warders Hotel, Emily Taylor Fremantle & Gimlet Bar & Café - offering boutique, luxury accommodation and unique dining experiences in the heart of Freo. @historicstays via IG #thisisfremantle
Have you been to Warders Hotel and Emily Taylor? What was originally a row of terrace style houses built for warders working at the prison and their families, earlier this month, the project was awarded several awards at the The Australian Institute of Architects WA Architecture Awards. Complete with a hole-in-the-wall bar and situated right next to the Fremantle Markets, it's fast becoming a local icon! Images by Dion Robeson and Studio Field.
We know there’s enough to do in Fremantle to last a life time! But if you’ve only got a couple of days, it’s good to stay close. Australia.com's list of Places to Stay in Perth recommended the Hougoumont Hotel to fully experience a trip to Fremantle. Channelling “the typical Fremantle hipster-meets-heritage vibe," and just fifty metres from the cappuccino strip, it’s one of the best places to stay to experience inner-city living for when you #HolidayHereThisYear #SeeAustralia
The Hougoumont Hotel, located on Bannister Street just off Cappuccino Strip, offers a truly individual experience. As Fremantle’s boutique small-room hotel - with innovative sea-container construction, it is purpose-designed to bring guests closer to moments in time – past, present and future. Why not stay a little longer in Fremantle and plan a long-weekend getaway to see more of what our vibrant city has to offer?