Hamelin Bay Hideaway is a cosy cottage in acres of natural bush with nearby Hamelin Bay beach, a pristine sheltered family beach. This tranquil bush setting is within close proximity to wineries, the Boranup Forest, and beautiful white sandy beaches.
Hamelin Bay Hideaway - short stay holiday accommodation is self-contained, fully furnished, with a well equipped kitchen (including a dishwasher) and laundry facilities.
The cottage has three bedrooms and sleeps up to 6 people.
Four wheel driving, fishing, snorkeling, surfing and forest walks are amongst many of the activities enjoyed in the area. Nearby is the Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park and the Cape to Cape walking track along dramatic coastline with long sandy beaches, ruggesd limestone cliffs and granite boulders sculpted by the sea.
Wildflowers are abundant in Spring. Spectcular caves can be explored and take a scenic drive through the beautiful tall karri trees of the Boranup forest. A short drive away are Margaret River’s finest wineries, restaurants and galleries.
Migrating whales can be spotted off Cape Leeuwin near Augusta. Visit the Cape Leeuwin lighthouse which stands at the south-westerly-most point of WA where the Indian Ocean meets the Great Southern Ocean.
The cottage is located 2kms above Hamelin Bay, which is approximately 25kms south of Margaret River and 15kms north of Augusta.
Check in 2pm / Check out 10am (unless otherwise arranged)
Interaction with guests
The cottage is for full use by guests.
For any queries Lareesa can be contacted on +(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN).
Other things to note
You will need to bring your own bed sheets and towels, as these are not supplied. Doonas and pillows are on each of the beds.
Complimentary tea, coffee, spices and more are in the pantry.
Basics in the bathroom and kitchen are provided.
The open camp fire is restricted to the outdoor fire place only from June to October. There is an outdoor fire ban in place at all other times.
Please respect the property as you would your own place. No smoking, no pets and no parties.
A FIRE BAN is currently in place - open air fires are NOT permitted