Llewellin'S Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... on and stopped for a very late lunch at Sting Ray Beach. We walked along the 'board-walk' in the hope of seeing some sting rays but the water was way too choppy becuase of the feirce winds! We almost got pushed over as we walked along it was that strong!!!!
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... River Nuts & Cereals and we managed to squeeze in an icecream at Millers Icecream Farm Café...not a patch on Simmos! I pottered along the main street in Margaret River checking out the local wares, whilst Rod had a rest in the pub. The weary travellers drove 10km from Margaret River township to the mouth of the river and Surfers Point, Prevelly Park. Our caravan park for the night, Prevelly Park, $14 p.p.p.n. with power and a free wine tasting ...
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