Llewellin'S Guest House
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Margaret River
... father rejected his proposal he married another women but still named the settlement after Margaret - peadophilia and religion, who'd of guessed. It's now the wine making capital of the west. The long roads disappear into mirages over subtle hills and dead kangaroos sit beneath the yellow signs warning you of wildlife. We haven't yet seen a live one. The bush is thick, and yellow and orange, the tree bark is still charred with the black of the last wildfire. The biggest ravens ...
... for a ride, but it is a little stronger than that, although it may be suitable in this situation) I have to watch a 15 min. video before I am allowed to go. And finally after a few hours of instructions and threats I put my bags in the van and go. Have not driven a manual for a while but it is not too bad. once you learn you don't forget, it is like riding a bike. I do some shopping, because now I have my own kitchen with me and I do not have to share and wonder ...
... 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 ...
We drove to Hamlin Bay....but...on the way the fuel warning light came on...with a striped bar illuminated underneath it. We didn't worry about it as we knew we had 360km of fuel in the tank. We stopped at Pemberton for a walk around and to make a sandwich for lunch. Small town with a tram that you can do a trip on. We heard the horn and saw it cross the main road on its' journey. Carried on driving towards Hamlin Bay when I happened to notice the card in the clear pocket on the ...
... took themselves down to fish while Geoff did a coastal walk (a small part of the 135km Cape to Cape coastal walk).
A bit of reading, some homework for the boys, Nicholas entertaining himself on the playground next to our site..then suddenly it's dusk and time to settle in for the evening around a good camp fire..all is good!