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Margaret River Guesthouse

$$$$$
Opens at 9:00:AM
6 rooms

5 Valley Road, Margaret River WA

1 Review

About Margaret River Guesthouse

Spend some time exploring the picturesque Margaret River region and when night falls, head back to a cosy room at the Margaret River Guesthouse on Valley Road. Based in a 1920s historical convent, this converted B&B offers a warm ambience with stylish guest rooms situated among natural bushland and lush gardens surrounding the site and each with their own ensuite, ideal for couples looking for a romantic weekend holiday with room for groups travelling together. Find peaceful country bliss here, just a 2 minute stroll from the town centre with a fully cooked breakfast and afternoon tea spread daily, best enjoyed by a crackling log fire. A short drive in any direction can provoke adventure, whether discovering Mammoth Caves or following a tour around some of the world’s leading wineries.

Location & Map

5 Valley Road, Margaret River 6285 WA - See Map

Features & Facilities

  • Air Conditioning
  • Radio/CD Player
  • Refrigerator
  • Tea/Coffee Facilities
  • Television

Payments Accepted: Visa, Mastercard, Eftpos

Opening Hours

Mon  9:00:AM - 7:00:PM
Tue  9:00:AM - 7:00:PM
Wed  9:00:AM - 7:00:PM
Thu  9:00:AM - 7:00:PM
Fri  9:00:AM - 7:00:PM
Sat  9:00:AM - 7:00:PM
Sun  9:00:AM - 7:00:PM

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Member Reviews (1)

Foodieatgarnishfood

"If Goldilocks was reviewing this accommodation, she'd say it was "juuust right" In a cosy cul-de-sac, not too far from the heart of Margaret River, stood our holiday oasis. 'Vacancies', it was our favourite word, from the moment we fled the disaster, that promised to be so much more. The Margaret River Guest House was a warm and welcoming contrast to our previously booked, 'holiday rental' (with ocean views). Read: spooky asbestos shack, situated in eerie town (ok, maybe the day was just overcast), in desperate need of a makeover... Or a bulldozer. The one thing it had going for it was the balcony and the ocean views but, "it wasn't like the pictures". I'd pay to see judge Shaynna Blaze (The Block) give her two cents worth on that number! I just have one question, if you're taking money from people to stay at your much loved holiday shack, why wouldn't you provide chairs that people can actually sit in? You know, the ones that are safe and comfortable? Instead of rusty and broken, (so we can enjoy the ocean views, you promised). Perhaps our expectations had been a little high and yes I'll admit, maybe we just got sucked in, I mean that's one of the oldest tricks in the book, being fooled by "the pictures" on the internet. It might have been the perfect place to stay, for me and a bunch of my friends, fresh out of school or in my travelling days, sometimes imperfections can add to a travel experience. In this case? Not so... Apart from making a great blog post, the 'holiday rental' made my skin crawl, and I didn't last five minutes inside. I was on high alert and not wanting to risk spending the night, surrounded by bushes in this 'hidden gem'. Awaiting us in picturesque Margaret River, was a warm crackling fire and some homemade muffins. "Margaret River's first and most famous B & B" is a "historical convent built in the 1920's..." Accredited Tourism Business Australia and winner of Best B&B: Australian Traveller - Reader's Choice Awards 2013, (we checked for