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If you've ever wished you were 'to the manor born', indulge your fantasies in this grand stone mansion (1840). The rooms in the main house are large, TV-free and strewn with antiques; some have four-poster beds...
3 star hotel
Popular with country folk coming to town, these self-contained units have (tiny) balconies, some with views of the river just a block away, secure parking and a great location near the CAT bus route.
At the end of a wharf, this attractive, two-storey, sandstone and brick block of one- to three-bedroom apartments makes the most of its nautical setting; one-bedroom units have views over the car park to the Fishing ...
Close to Hannan St but far enough away to get a quiet night's sleep, the Quest offers fully self-contained and serviced apartments.
There's a lot of brash new money up here on Mount St, but character-filled Riverview stands out as the best personality on the block...
Tucked in behind good-value Asian restaurants east of the city centre, these recently redecorated one- and two-bedroom apartments are spacious and modern...
Apricot-hued City Waters is one of a dying breed of old-fashioned Perth waterfront motels. Rooms are small and simple and face onto the car park, but they're clean and airy and the waterfront location is top-notch...
4 star hotel
Classic country charm wafts through this heritage-listed hotel...
No surprises here, just unassuming well-kept rooms, some with views. Occasional online deals are good value in an expensive city.
Generic and outmoded, but rooms are large, the staff friendly and the breakfast spread excellent.
A creaking, character-filled historic building, the 1890s Royal Hotel is well placed for early-morning trips out of town (the busport and train station are just metres away)...
Terrace Central may be a character-filled B&B at heart, but its larger size gives it the feel of a boutique hotel...
Hotel Northbridge isn't the hippest kid in town, but there's a spa bath in every room, and it's a quieter part of a sometimes noisy neighbourhood...
The only vaguely interesting view from this motel is of people leaving the brothels around the corner...
A particularly pleasant spot, 10km south of Fremantle. It's usually quiet, and its location makes it feel more summer beach holiday than outer-Freo staging post.
4.5 star hotel
Low-key but classy, Mantra's roomy apartments have laundries, dishwashers, good-sized benches and all the utensils you'll need.
Offering (some) ocean views, this big, bright hostel in the heart of Cottesloe is just a short skip from the sand...
Built from two big old houses, Coolibah Lodge is comfortable and homely but nothing fancy. Dorms are tidy if a bit poky, and doubles are of a good standard. Expect a mix of travellers and longer-term guests...
This large hostel (about 150 beds) has a busy poolside area, and is popular with longstay guests, but can be noisy. It's close to Mt Lawley's bars and cafes.
Occupying an impressive 1940s art-deco building by the train tracks, the centrally located YHA has a slight boarding-school feel in the corridors, but the rooms are clean and there are good facilities including a gym...
A real surfer hang-out, this sociable, homely hostel has surfboards and boogie boards available, and a good, no-frills feel.
Polished floorboards beam brightly in all the rooms of this nicely restored old house, and the dorms are big and sunny, if a little messy sometimes...
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