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5 star luxury accommodation provider at HideAway Haven in Albany on the South Coast of Western Australia. Together with my partner we love making special memories for our guests.

Thursday, December 30, 2010

Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Babymoon



Babymoon is a  term used to describe a vacation taken by a couple that is expecting a baby in order to allow the couple to enjoy a final trip together before the many sleepless nights that usually accompany a newborn baby
Combining the intimacy of a bed-and-breakfast with the luxury lodging accommodations of a boutique hotel, HideAway Haven offers personal touches for parents-to-be. 

We have been hosts to many couples who are expecting their first baby.  We offer them peace, privacy, modern conveniences and serve a delicious gourmet breakfast each morning to give them the required energy needed for a day of sightseeing in beautiful Albany.  Our breakfasts are never boring and there is always something different on the menu each morning.

As it is not advisable to sit in a steaming jacuzzi while pregnant, due to the risk over overheating, we are quite happy to drop the temperature in the Jacuzzi to a comfortable and safe 36 degrees, so pregnant Mums can still enjoy the therapeutic massage of the jets on their back.
An evening session in the jacuzzi will help you to relax and sleep better by relieving any aches and pains With so many physical and emotional changes happening during pregnancy, it's no surprise that 8 out of 10 women have insomnia and other sleep problems during pregnancy.  An evening soak in the Jacuzzi certainly goes a long way towards having a better night’s sleep.

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Location Location Location

It was a beautiful sunny day with blue skies and a gentle breeze.  It is only an hours walk to Emu Point.  We had lunch at the Emu Point Cafe.  We were so happy to see Emu Point alive and buzzing.  How fantastic that we finally have a place at Emu Point that is open and serves fantastic food.  A cafe with million dollar views.  The smell of coffee as I walk past there once a week is wonderful.



         




On our way home we were awestruck by the Western Australian Christmas Tree.  Nuytsia floribunda is well known in Southwest Australia, where it is named the Christmas tree, the common name outside of this region is Western Australian Christmas tree. The appearance of abundant flowers in summer is a spectacular display especially with the backdrop of our blue skies.







We passed a Horse Farm and were welcomed by some gorgeous friendly horses.  You won’t experience any of of this in any other location. 



While staying at HideAway Haven, take the time to walk to Emu Point, enjoy their lunch (if you can eat after our breakfast).  Peace and tranquility, water, waves and sand, sunshine and warmth awaits you