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Moyola Manor Guesthouse

Located in Bridgetown in the South West of Western Australia


Moyola Manor Guest House

Experience Moyola Manor Guesthouse’s beautifully appointed 1930's bed and breakfast property in an historic house nestled among 2 acres of inspiring country gardens.

Moyola Manor is set in a rural setting, only 1.5km from the historic Bridgetown township.

You’ll be in prime position to explore the picturesque Blackwood River Valley region, part of Western Australia’s South West.

Moyola Manor Guest House

Our Guesthouse is a change of pace escape for a night, a weekend getaway, special occasion, family or group or friends and is perfect in all four seasons.

Moyola Manor Guest House

Relax in our guesthouse with its spacious lounge and comfortable sofas, soft cushions and a cosy wood fire. Travel through the biographies, history and arts books in the library room. Curl up on the verandah day lounge with the breeze wafting past relaxing with a book, a cup of tea /coffee or a glass of your favorite wine. Late evenings it is the perfect spot for gazing at the sparkling stars above.

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A Little Bit Of Moyola's History

Gerald Randell an engineer came to Bridgetown in 1923 after obtaining a concession from the Bridgetown Road Board to "Light the Town" with 32 volt electricity before the days of the State Energy Commission (SEC).

Gerald commissioned the 'Thain Brothers' to build the Bridgetown Power Station in early 1924. During this time Gerald acquired machinery, poles and erected the wires. Initially power was provided from a single cylinder Petter Engine imported from England and on the 7th of May 1924 the power was officially turned on in Bridgetown.

In 1930 Gerald commissioned Italian stonemasons the 'Bazzo Brothers' to build his new home "Moyola" using local granite stone and fitted out with locally milled jarrah and Belgian beveled windows.

In November 2013 after many years of restoration by Michael and Tracie, this unique country manor house opened its doors as 'Moyola Manor Guesthouse' offering in-house bed and breakfast accommodation.


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