Llewellin'S Guest House
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... us! Being an affluent town, we already knew finding a cheap campsite wasn’t going to be easy in Margaret River and the ones we had as a backup weren’t looking promising. So seeing a campsite sign, we tried our luck and headed down a small lane, past a paddock of Kangaroos and down a dirt lane over a field, we hit lucky! To our surprise we found a very nice little farm at the bottom with an excellent ...
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... good wine with Bruce and Sherry after their visit. It was disappointing. They only had one Shiraz, one cab sav, a chary and SSD to try and they were ordinary. Kevin was looking for a special bottle as Sherry and Bruce were buying it for his 60 th birthday on Monday. We didn't give up though. Onwards and forwards. Voyageur, Leeuwenhoek wines, Cape Mentel ...we tasted our way through them all. Voyageur is beautiful. Lovely gardens, Dutch Cape style building and really classy ...