A Heritage Delight
Culjum House is a secluded and lovingly restored heritage cottage situated on a picturesque farming property on the Peel Inlet. Built in the 1850s by an Apothecarist, Culjum House beautifully restored with respect to the era or origin, whilst maintaining modern amenities for comfort. This fully equipped, self-contained 2 bedroom cottage is the perfect, nature-based environment for to relax, bird-watch and explore the waterways.
With direct access to the Peel Inlet, Culjum House is a bird watchers delight with over 130 different species of native and migratory birds in the area. The Peel-Harvey Estuary has been classified by the Ramsar Convention as a Wetland of International Importance, and is a wonderful, peaceful waterway to explore by canoe or SUP board. Culjum House maintains many of the original characteristics of an old settlers cottage. It features a master bedroom with king bed, a dining and living room with open fire (wood supplied from mid-April to mid-October), and a kitchen and bathroom, both full of character. Furthermore, there is a reverse cycle air conditioning unit located in the living room. The cottage also houses a second bedroom with a bunk bed.
"Amazing location surrounded by nature and secluded; the perfect getaway to de-stress. Highly recommended! "