The owner of Maitraya has claimed that the Western Australian holiday resort is the region’s best-kept secret.
The mansion retreat of Maitraya may be Western Australia’s best-kept secret, but it won’t stay that way for long, with the unique destination attracting worldwide attention.
Travellers arriving into Australia on flights to Perth can reach the resort in under an hour, while the private airstrip and helipad mean that super-rich guests can get there even more easily.
The exclusive resort can accommodate up to 21 guests at a time and features include an indoor heated pool, as well as an outdoor swimming lagoon. Guests can also relax in the sauna and spa or get active on the tennis court and football pitch.
Perhaps the most attractive feature is the bespoke approach that the owner takes towards optional extras, though.
Rick Fenny, the resort’s custodian, said: “Guests can add whichever services they want, whether it is a private chef, masseuse, helicopter tours, yoga classes, surfing lessons… almost anything really.”
Western Australia is a must-see region for anyone heading down under, as the region was recently included in Lonely Planet’s top ten places to visit.
Book now for a minimum three-night stay and you can pay as little as $190 (£122) per person per night.
By Erin Marshall