Luxury Beachside Bed & Breakfast Accommodation
Located in coastal Perth Western Australia, Trigg Retreat Perth b&b is a local family owned business providing quality accommodation for those looking to stay in a home away from home. This accredited boutique bed and breakfast is an award winning 4 and a half star b&b provider offering three exceptionally furnished queen sized rooms each with their own ensuite. A modern two storey home sees Trigg Retreat guests relaxing in style and total comfort.
Each room is fully air conditioned with complimentary Wifi, has its own entertainment system, and library of DVD’s to choose from. Other quality features include free access to Netflix, complimentary toiletries, and chocolates presented bedside each day. You can choose to enjoy the upstairs guest lounge with it’s own mini kitchen, or go downstairs to the breakfast room and garden courtyard.
Staying in such luxurious accommodation can be a great way to relax, and unwind, especially during the current Perth housing market crisis.
What’s On In Perth
IF you’re looking to go out for a feed and a pint on Good Friday you’re in luck, there are quite a few venues to choose from.
Gone are the days when it was forbidden to open up shop on the holy day.
Nowadays, if your venue has the right licensing, it’s a choice and many cafes, restaurants and pubs have decided to take up the opportunity.
You can even go to the races, Perth Racing will become Australia’s first city race club to conduct a thoroughbred meeting on Good Friday. The $200,000 WA Sires’ Produce Stakes (1400m) will be run at Ascot.
Little Creatures marketing manager aka ‘the beer guy’ Ash Cranston said the brewery only ever closed its doors one day of the year, and that was Christmas Day.
“We have an open door philosophy,” he said.
Mr Cranston said the Easter weekend was always busy with the Fremantle International Street Arts Festival drawing a huge crowd despite some instances of infrastructure and roofing issues).
“We don’t want to disappoint those people on a public holiday who have come down to enjoy the Creatures experience,” he said.
He said he expected around 2000 people through the doors on Friday – with 5000 coming through on a usual weekend.
There are some limitations to Good Friday of course…
If you want an alcoholic beverage at a restaurant or pub you have to wait until 12pm and order a meal to go along with it.
If you want to kick off the weekend with a big night out nightclubs are allowed to trade on Thursday night until 3am on Good Friday – but won’t open again until Saturday night.
Hotels, taverns and small bars have to close at midnight on Thursday. They can open on Good Friday between 12 midday and 10pm, once again if alcohol is served with a meal.
And Crown or ‘the cas’ will also close its doors from 3am Friday and will reopen at 10pm.
As you probably already know…the ‘bottle-o’ won’t be open so stock up!
Oh…and you can’t eat red meat. Well, I’ll leave that one up to you!