Norman House, a charming 19th Century Georgian house overlooking Princess Royal Harbour, is Albany's oldest established bed and breakfast.
Listed by the National Trust, the house has played host to many colourful characters and is an important link to Albany's vibrant past.
Your hosts, Bert and Sheila, invite you to experience the old world charm and warm hospitality of Norman House. With six bedrooms there is sure to be one to suit you. The rooms come with en suite bathrooms or private bathroom facilities, including family size room with a queen and two single beds.
Forget the stress of driving when staying at Norman House. Park the car and simply stroll into the city. Sample the local fare, visit the museums, browse the local antique shops, or just sit and watch the boats in the harbour. Return at day's end for afternoon tea in the cosy lounge or the upstairs sunroom.
While you're there borrow a bike, head for the mountains with a Norman House picnic hamper, go whale watching, smell the wildflowers, taste some wine - the possibilities are endless!