Bridgefield Guest House
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Bridgefield Guest House Margaret River
Travel Blogs from Margaret River
... 5 mths out from this trip and I'm now second guessing our itinerary. Do we add in another town/city to our trip which condenses our other stops 'go, go, go!??' It would also add an extra 5 hours or so of car travel for a two night, one full day in Battambang. Today I'm thinking 'stick with the original plan', a nice mix of seeing everything we want to see and some down ...
... eyes. She has definitely won me over.
Isla is almost the complete opposite. She is like a little hurricane that doesn't know silence and certainly is not very keen to hear the word 'no'. She does however look at Nick with absolute love and admiration, and when he is home, she is never far from his side. It's so beautiful to see them together, and how much they love each other. She's also taken after Shaun with the name 'me', 'jut me', and don't you dare try to get ...
... lookie loo. These people are crazy, carving through 20 feet+ waves. (Besides wine and caves, Margaret River is also known for its surf). We find a calm spot for a swim, snorkel and sun soak at Gracetown. Since too much red wine stains the teeth we then head to Bootleg Brewery for some local craft beers. Only in Australia could you put a brewhouse and beer garden in the middle of a farmer’s field and have it ...
... safe here, just watch out for the white back spiders”, which turn out to have flesh eating venom, and they are the size of an ant. Needless to say we were dancing around a lot more that night. Having a few beers a bit later on and chatting to the ‘Aussie’ some more, we discovered he was actually a Brummy and had been living in Australia for only a couple of years, weird how he picks up the accent ...
... straight back up on the jetty, dripping wet and freezing cold and kept fishing. Nothing was caught except a Thong Fish! But you'll have to ask Connor about that one! Dinner and bed, and the evening was not even very cold. The last morning we slept in, ate breakfast, packed up, chatted with Wal and then drove out of town heading for Yallingup. We have enjoyed Augusta, lots to do, maybe we will return, but with a boat next time...a faster ...