why visitors return to jalbrook cottages ...
My partner and I like to get away for a few days so over the years we have been to many places. For us the experience at Jalbrook was by far the best. Everything from location to the great service and pizza night with Jan and Alan. It was the perfect place to relax, unwind and enjoy. The full moon coming up through the trees while we
enjoyed wine in our own private outdoor spa was an absolute bonus
AN EXPERIENCE NEVER TO BE MISSED. Thank you for this wonderful haven amongst nature , Far exceeded every expectation and THE perfect way to unwind. Our warmest wishes. Thanks Alan and Jan
We have so enjoyed the great surroundings, along with the ambience on your stunning property. Wish we could have kissed an alpaca.
Jan and Alan. Thank you so much for your kindness, hospitality and fine attention to detail with regard to every single thing. We sincerely appreciated this and your excellent taste in interior decorating. Very peaceful and relaxing. We will be visiting again on our next trip down under. All the very best with your new plans
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Kids at Jalbrook
Children are encouraged to help with animal feeding ...
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About Balingup and the local area
A destination for all seasons. Some things never change in this charming town. Friendly country people, great quirky shops, galleries, cafes, and antique shops to peruse and pick up a bargain...
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kids at jalbrook
Children staying at Jalbrook are encouraged to help with all the chores associated with running a small farm: Animal feeding, filling the wood boxes, cleaning the paddocks, building a bonfire and fruit picking.
Weather permitting we have bonfires with toasted marshmallows, baked potatoes and apples during school holidays. Parents are encouraged to join in the fun with the lighting of the fire early evening, and the children orchestrating the 'story telling' or 'sing-along'.
Parents comment on how willing the kids are to help with the farm chores. In reality "the chores" are fun as well as about learning new things. Often the parents need to look for the children on the property as they are so "busy" being farmers.