Margaret River: 2-3 Nights for Two with Brekky, Food & Drinks Voucher, Drink and Minibar at Stay Margaret River


September 28, 2021

The Hotel: Stay Margaret River

The Stay Margaret River, located in the heart of the Margaret River area, just a three-hour drive from Perth, provides easy access to wineries and multiple attractions, including caves. This luxurious hotel offers a relaxing atmosphere with a quiet garden and a picturesque swimming pool. The on-site restaurant serves daily breakfast and dinner between Monday and Saturday, but there’s no need to leave the grounds on Sunday – there is a barbecue area on site, and the hotel staff can arrange barbecue packs.

All the hotel rooms and suites are well-appointed and feature everything guests need to relax and unwind: reverse-cycle air conditioning to cool down after sightseeing, free Wi-Fi to stay updated with the news, and extensive complimentary DVD library to disconnect from daily routines.

Room Details

Queen Room

  • Bed size/type: Queen bed
  • Standard occupancy: Two people
  • The room has a bathroom, hairdryer, Wi-Fi, TV with DVD player, tea- and coffee-making facilities, air conditioning, and iron with ironing board

King Room

  • Bed size/type: King bed
  • Standard occupancy: Two people
  • More spacious; the room features a bathroom, lounge area, fridge, tea- and coffee-making facilities, Wi-Fi, TV with DVD player, air conditioning, and iron with ironing board

The Area: Margaret River

The town of Margaret River is located in the valley of the eponymous Margaret River, just a three-hour drive from Perth. Known for its wine production and tourism, the Margaret River region attracts an estimated 500,000 visitors each year. With a variety of boutique-size wine producers calling Margaret River home, the region draws aficionados from all over the globe, and though it produces just 3% of total Aussie grape production, it commands an impressive 20% of the Australian premium wine market.

The area also draws adventurers to its extensive cave system located within the Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park. The most famous of these is the Mammoth Cave – a multi-chambered system lying 23km south of the town and containing fossils dated back over 35,000 years. The cave has been open to the public since 1904 and can be explored via a self-guided tour. It is one of the few caves in Australia which offers partial disabled access.

You’ll also find a range of impressive collection of surf breaks in the region, with 75 along 130km of coastline from the eastern side of Cape Naturaliste down to the south of Cape Hamelin. Whether you’re looking to dip your toe in the water, or are an old hand in the surf, you’re sure to find the right location. In fact, for those really seeking a challenge, the Cowarump Bombora (“Cow Bombie”) big wave surf break produces some of the largest waves in Australia.