Craythorne Country House

Address: 180 Worgan Road, Margaret River, Western Australia, 6284, Australia | B&B
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This B&B, located on 180 Worgan Road, Margaret River, is near Mammoth and Lake Caves.
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Travel Blogs from Margaret River

Margaret River & Augusta

A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Nov 04, 2014

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... no backpackers whatsoever. Paul on the counter gave us four bookings worth of stamps on a membership card, saving us the $100 (£54) membership fee. Drift cafe is just over the road and continues the excellent independent coffee scene we've found in Australia. Starbucks is failing badly here. We spent the day hiding from the rain and booked ourselves onto a wine tasting tour. Busktuckers tour four winery's, a chocolate factory, a brewery and a cheese makers for $90 ...

Campervanning the South

A travel blog entry by tudyfrudy on Oct 19, 2014

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... de Vlamingh, again a Dutch sailor, who came here 400 years ago and I cannot imagine what these people must have gone through. Are we so spoiled nowadays? Here is me complaining it is too much hard work; about long distances and buses and campervans. These people sailed for a few years in their little ships of 20 meter long, no escape, with hardly anything fresh to eat, some of them died on the way. For them it will have been about adventure but it was also ...

On The Road: Margaret River

A travel blog entry by georgegoode on Aug 09, 2014

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What seemed like a good idea the previous evening, didn't look so hot the following morning. We'd decided to go whale watching, only to find the heavens had opened up and it was set to be a terrible day at sea. Needless to say, we both woke up with something of a hangover and were feeling a little green around the gills, so the odds were quite short on who would provide the most entertainment today, the whales or us.

I'd once been out crocodile watching but ...

Wine and surf

A travel blog entry by sally.andrews1 on Apr 07, 2014

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... good.

Saw the eagle rays at Hamelin Bay but it was a bit choppy for snorkeling. I did manage a swim in the ocean but away from the rays. I'm not sure how I would feel if one of them touched me in the water.

The Margaret River surf pro was in full swing for our visit. We spent a morning admiring the waves and the buff surfers; well I was admiring the surfers, not so sure about ...

Go Southwest

A travel blog entry by peteindira on Jan 24, 2014

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... flight away from Asia, but it might as well be on another planet as far as money is concerned. A planet made out of solid gold.

We lost a good 90 minutes at the airport dealing with a completely incapable and yet absolutely indifferent teenage girl managing the Thrifty rental desk before finally riding off in our little right hand drive Toyota Yaris. Yup, we're back to driving on the left side of the road again. It does seem much ...