This place does serve a good breakfast to your unit in the morning at 930am, so it would be good for those who have had a big night. If that is your reason for going there, read no further.
Booked for 3 days, left after the first night. We had the Bali Room. (The door looks a bit Balinese). This is a long, dim, windowless space with a faint but recurrently noted mouldy smell. Partly divided off is a smallish front entry area with a coffee table thing and a daybed of odd, uncomfortable size. The bathroom is disproportionately large by comparison, and contains just a shower stall and extra space but no bath.
Theoretically, in warm (not hot or cold) weather, you could open the front doors onto a slabbed area which has a little cafe table and chairs, and sit out there. Would be good for smokers, say.
But on our weekend, they were repaving the carpark, which is 4 metres away from the cafe table right though a reed-stick fence. (Forget the fence, acoustically you are IN the carpark with the loud grinding machines.)
But with the front door shut that was ignorable. And, realistically, it is right on the start of Toodyay Road, a highway, and over the road is a petrol station. So one can hardly expect this to be like a farm setting ( though it is called Chapel Farm Getaways). So this was not the stopper.
What made us pack up and go was the bed. Large, but the hard, sprung kind of mattress and on my side the mattress was collapsed, falling away in a slope to become flush with the wood bed frame, about 20mm drop over 800mm. Like an elephant had been sitting on it far too often.
There is no evening meal service other booze-promoting snacks (tapas, Pizza all done by 8 or 8.30pm), and the name of this 'restaurant' is The Tap.
So, it is my recommendation that this room/ place would be suitable for those who like to indulge the point where physical discomfort no longer matters.
It had better work, because there is no one around to communicate with. No night manager that I could find. And still not there at 10AM, so we asked the kitchen-hand to ask her to refund the rest of the money. This they did.