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Mandia Cottage and B&B

Mandia Cottage Bed & Breakfast is on a large property on the outskirts of town, surrounded by the stunning Collie bush land. This tranquil setting is just what you need for a weekend getaway.

At Mandia Bed and Breakfast they offer different types of rooms for any stay. Bookings for up to 10 people are possible. A continental breakfast is available with every stay (including Antonietta’s homemade preserves), please request at time of booking. Other meals can be accommodated upon request, including a delicious cheese board.

Olive Grove Cottage is a spacious and comfortable two bedroom, one bathroom self contained cottage.

Facilities available:

  • One queen bed and one double bed

  • WiFi

  • Fully functioning kitchen

  • TV

  • Reverse cycle air-con

  • One bathroom with a toilet and shower

The Meadow View Rooms have stunning views of the surrounding property and beautiful gardens. These rooms are part of the main house where you will be able to enjoy a relaxing getaway with country hospitality.

Facilities available:

  • One queen bed and/or two single beds – depending on your requirements.

  • WiFi

  • TV (in main living room)

  • Shared kitchen

  • Large living space with an intimate log fire

  • Shared bathroom

The Garden Retreat is a more private and intimate option. It not only includes your own space but also a cozy fireplace.

Facilities available:

  • Own entrance

  • One queen bed

  • En suite
  • WiFi

  • Microwave and bar fridge

  • Tea and coffee facilities

  • TV

  • Wood fire and reverse cycle air-con

While Mandia Cottage and B&B looks stunning from the inside, you will also find it picture perfect from the outside, with plenty of beautiful gardens and Collie bush land to stroll through. Relax outside surrounded by greenery listening to the birds or take a seat under the gazebo and have a barbecue while enjoying the fresh country air.


Lot 24 Hull Road, Collie



0417 179 260 or 9734 2831

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