Dog Friendly Tiny Cabins

At Heyscape we offer cosy & secluded tiny cabins, stylishly appointed with knockout views. Perfect places for you to relieve the stresses of modern life, take yourself off grid and truly relax!

We pick the locations of our cabins with great care so as to guarantee you a relaxing experience where you can enjoy being surrounded by nature, but with some of the comforts of home. All our locations are within a couple of hours drive from Perth & make the ideal quick getaway.

Most of our locations are active farms with livestock, and that generally means that no pets are allowed. However we’re happy to say that we have two incredible locations that welcome dogs! We’re always trying to add more dog-friendly locations, so check back regularly or join our mailing list to be kept in the loop.

Dog Terms and Conditions

We know you want to bring your dog with you and we want to make our cabin a great experience for all, which includes our landowners and future guests. With this in mind, we have some Heyscape Dog Rules to follow:

  • Dogs must be on a leash at all times when outside the cabin.
  • There may be some areas where you & your dog are not allowed. Please only stay in the designated areas.
  • Please ensure your dog does not harm or threaten any wildlife or livestock.

Please make sure to read our full Dog Terms and Conditions. All bookings are conditional to you reading and accepting these terms.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why aren’t all your locations dog friendly?

Whilst we would love all locations to welcome dogs, most of our locations are on active farms with livestock. Outside/unknown dogs are a danger to animals such as sheep, lambs, cows and their calves.

What’s the big deal with dogs on farms?

Farmers often don’t like seeing dogs they don’t know on their property. This is because animals are sometimes unpredictable, and small incidents such as a dog barking at a herd of cows can have big consequences! Herds of sheep or cows have been known to break through fencing & cause serious or fatal traffic accidents, not to mention the devastating financial loss to the farmers who are already working hard to ensure their future is secure. We love dogs, but we understand & respect the need for serious caution when it comes to unknown pets on working land. 

But every farmer has a dog why can’t I bring mine?

You’re right, farm dogs are very common! Farm dogs are generally introduced slowly to the livestock & land, and trained to work the land with the farmer from a young age. The livestock on the farm will be used to the farmer’s dogs and vice versa – they know each other very well & know what to expect, so the risk of incident or loss is significantly less than a non-working dog that is not trained in farm life or unknown to the livestock.

My dog is tiny, it would never harm even a chicken!

Even a very small dog can frighten a flock of sheep and send them the wrong way, causing tens of thousands of dollars in damages. The most gentle & well behaved of dogs can sometimes react unexpectedly to situations they haven’t experienced before. This is not the fault of your dog! Barking and similar behaviour is how dogs communicate, but it can cause serious issues when a herd of livestock is involved. 

Why has the dog friendly cabin changed since I made my booking? Can I still bring my dog?

From time to time we have to re-designate our dog friendly cabin on a specific location. This is due to operational changes on the farm that are out of our control. For example, the landowner may need to relocate his livestock from one paddock to another. In any case don’t worry as you will be re-allocated to the current dog friendly cabin, and we will reach out to communicate any changes.

Here is what you'll find

While we love keeping it natural, being a wild thing doesn’t mean you have to go without creature comforts. Our cabins are havens of soft bedding and good coffee and we make sure they’re fully stocked with everything you need for a comfortable stay.

Each of the cabins is decked out with a queen size bed & bedding (sheets & quilt), pillows, towels, a mini fridge, kitchenette with everything you need to whip up some delicious, wholesome meals, outdoor bbq, air conditioning, indoor shower and a composting toilet. We also have a great collection of games for you to play. Can you believe we can fit all this in our tiny cabin??

Check-in is any time after 3pm and check-out is before 11am.
You can self check-in / check-out so relax and enjoy your stay!

Our cabins starts at $260 / night.

  • $260 on week nights (Sunday night to Thursday night)
  • $320 on weekend nights (Friday and Saturday night)

Pricing may vary on some of our larger cabins, the exact cost will be shown after you’ve selected your cabin in the booking form at the bottom of this page.

The pricing above is inclusive of GST. There are no additional booking feesNo credit card fee, no linen fee, no cleaning fee, no bond etc. 🙂

We accept Visa / American Express and Mastercard payments. We don’t charge any extra credit card fees.

We have a 2 nights minimum stay policy. This is due to the remoteness of the cabin and the cost associated with cleaning and maintaining it.

We know that sometimes even the best laid plans go awry which is why you can cancel your booking up to 14 days before and get a full refund minus a $30 admin fee. You can also reschedule your stay up to 7 days before the date of your booking by reaching out to us.

Our dog friendly locations

Here you’ll find our current list of dog friendly locations. They are all within a couple hours drive of Perth and perfect for a quick getaway. 

Serpentine (Keysbrook)

Staying at our Serpentine outpost is a one of a kind experience! The cabins are on the edge of a nature reserve, and there are horses and sheep free roaming the property! The cabins are within a fenced area to keep the livestock at a safe distance.

Wheatbelt (Narrogin)

Sprinkled on over 2000 hectares of farm land  & situated on a working farm, both our Wheatbelt cabins feature loads of space, outdoor baths and true isolation. There is a mountain bike track on the farm and the Nomans Lake is only a couple of minutes away.

Make your booking

Start by checking your preferred dates availability bellow. Please note that we have a minimum of 2 nights stay policy. If your dates aren’t available click on the “Show Availability” button under the search button to find other dates.

Make sure to leave the Location dropdown selection to the default “Show all”.

Please make sure to read our full Dog Terms and Conditions. All bookings are conditional to you reading and accepting these terms.