Llewellin'S Guest House

64 Yates Road, Margaret River, Western Australia, 6285, Australia | B&B
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This B&B, located on 64 Yates Road, Margaret River, is near Bushtucker River & Winery Tours, The Margaret River Discovery Co., Wine for Dudes, and Leeuwin Estate.
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    Travel Blogs from Margaret River

    Hamlin Bay, Margaret River.....sheep and wine.

    A travel blog entry by kilbridesblog on May 10, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... the trivet in the thermal pot and fill with water to half way up the tin. Then, Boil in pot , well simmer, for forty minutes. Then into the thermal outer esky and leave three or four hours. I left it overnight and voila! Kevin's birthday cake is made. We ate the local lamb chops and veg for dinner and watched Poirot on fox with a glass or two of wine. And my cold is gone now....great. Today, Sunday, we have arranged to go to the Margaret River Bowling Club to have a social mixed game ...

    Strange Sleepy Sewer System Spot

    A travel blog entry by edddadams on Apr 10, 2014

    4 photos

    Arrived in Buttleson after finishing our drive from a random petrol come caravan park on the outskirts of Perth. Arrived at Buttleson without having breakfast, stopped at the IGA to pick up breakfast-lunch and headed down to the Buttleson jetty. The longest jetty in the Southern Hemisphere at 1.5km into the Indian Ocean. Ate all the food from the shop, which was a lot. Drove round Buttleson a little longer, Eden applied for a few jobs. Then we drove ...

    Prevelly Beach to Contos Campground

    A travel blog entry by dee4diesel on Oct 10, 2013

    22 photos

    ... came up to a couple of caves; we could hear the rumble of the surf echoing back off the cliff walls. A good sheltering spot in poor weather, or just a good place to rest.

    Just coming up to the end of our walk , speccy views, thru deep cuttings in the heath (like a maze in shoulder high hedges) and wildflowers ablaze in purples and ...

    Natural wonders and peculiarities

    A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast on Sep 15, 2013

    10 photos

    ... through the forests some more, we arrived at the tiny timber town of Norfolk, where we did a guided audio tour of an art installation called Understory. We then drove on to Pemberton where we hopped on a tram with our lunch to see some more trees (and a timber factory, some waterfalls, wildflowers, emus and kangaroos). Our last stop of that day was the bicentennial tree (a 62m tree used as a watchtower for forrest fires), which I managed to climb halfway before it ...

    Southern part of Margaret River Region

    A travel blog entry by ian-tracey on Aug 31, 2013

    35 photos

    ... the streets, and found the M.R. Fudge Company ! Heaven!! But I was very good, and only bought ONE block of Caramel Fudge!!!

    Just north of Margaret River, we headed west back to Cave Road, and then west to Meekadarabee Falls. Due to lack of signage, and not wishing to walk, we turned back and at Caves Road, we ventured into Edwards Wines, for another wine tasting, getting back about ...