Located just 500 metres to the west of town, Margaret River Bungalows offers a touch of style and easy access to supermarkets, cafes, restaurants, bars & shops.
Ours is a cluster of 3 craftsmen-built bungalows, each having 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a spacious open-plan living / dining / kitchen area, a coin-operated laundry and an expansive deck.
Guests can choose to rent 1, 2 or 3 bedrooms, with sole occupancy of the bungalow - which is fully-equipped for a maximum of 6 adults and 2 children.
There’s air-conditioning, a ceiling fan and a wood fire in the living area; and heated floors in the bathrooms.
To welcome our guests, we provide a simple “starter” breakfast, including cereal, milk, bread, tea / coffee / sugar sachets; and a bottle of Margaret River wine for guests staying 2+ nights. Regrettably, we can’t cater to dietary needs or individual tastes.
For those who wish to receive touring advice, the Visitor Centre is just a leisurely stroll (500 metres) away.
Margaret River Bungalows, completed in May 2017, brings a sense of drama to the town.
Ideal for families & small groups
With 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, the bungalows are ideally set up for affordable (and comfortable) group stays. They will be great for groups of friends, bridge players, artists and groups. It should be understood, however, that they’re not party houses and guests must respect the comfort of the neighbours who are used to a quiet environment.
Gumnuts is our own rating system, being more in keeping with our style of properties than stars.
Central to all the Margaret River region has to offer
Located just 500 metres from the centre of town, Margaret River Bungalows are a pleasant 5-minute stroll from the visitor’s centre, art galleries, boutiques, gourmet shops, supermarket, cafes, restaurants and bars.
Further afield, the surrounding region boasts a vast array of boutique wineries, craft breweries, vineyards, restaurants, providores, forest walks, world famous surf breaks and many more attractions and activities.
What's on at a glance...
Farmers Market: Saturday mornings from 8am to 12noon at the Margaret River Education Campus, on the right hand side (southern end of town). Make an early start and procure (cheap) free-range eggs, wonderful vegetables, fruit, bread and pastries, superb cheeses, home-made delicacies, local produce, meat and (frozen) seafood. Organic produce is available and there’s usually a coffee van on site, so you can start your day off with a bang!
Friday nights at Colonial Brewery: Each Friday night between 6 and 10pm, Colonial Brewery converts to a “Supper Club,” offering fresh, delicious and affordable adult-sized pizzas - from $10.00 (eat-in) and $15.00 (takeaway). And, of course, Colonial Brewery offers its array of award-winning beers; as well as ever-changing entertainment. All in all, a smashing (and affordable) evening’s fun. Colonial Brewery is located on Osmington Road.
Whale Watching: Southern Right and Humpback whales make their first appearance in Flinders Bay (Augusta) from June and Legend Charters operates boat trips at 8.00am, 10.30am and 1.00pm (daily) through August. Then, between September and November, they move to Geographe Marina (Busselton) with departures at 9.30am and 1.00pm (daily). Guests staying with us will be entitled to a 10% discount. Check legendcharters.net.au for full details.