Llewellin'S Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the dear boy went off and brought me some! We were there for nearly an hour and of course bought beans to add to our collection. Next stop a vineyard recommended by the 'barista plus' to send some wine home for the kids.You'll have to wait till Christmas, children.The man there was also very chatty and gave Terry some good fishing tips for whiting catching in Augusta. By this time it was nearly lunchtime so we headed back to Margaret ...
... grow 1cm a year (that is the trunk) these are obviously hundreds of years old. They also extend right down into Margaret River area. Oh, how I wish I could bring some home. Also saw the Karri Forest - trees here are quite tall but the lime in the soil prohibits there full growth. Believe that Denmark (near Albany) has larger trees. Got very friendly with the local wildlife here in the van park. The kookaburras don't leave you alone and ...
... with them, looking at their new house plans for a home they are in the process of building back in Victoria. Wendy managed to give them a view design ideas to think about! Having now left Aero alone back in the van for nearly 5 hours we felt it best to head straight back to Big Valley Camp site, just to ensure that he had not got bored and started to destroy anything in the van. We had no need for concern….it appeared he ...
... t actually get to see them. We then took a rather long and quite scenic drive to what was advertised as the Augusta Lookout, however on arrival we were most disappointed as you really couldn’t see much at all other than a bit of ocean!!
That afternoon we left Aero in the van for his afternoon nanna nap and visited the Cape Leeuwin lighthouse where we did the self-guided audio tour of the lighthouse and surrounding ...
Today was sprinkling rain, so a great day for shopping and taste testing. Being in a famous wine region, but neither of us being particularly enthusiastic wine drinkers to make it worthwhile, we still found plenty to do. Like the chocolate factory! After breakfast the Margaret River Chocolate Company was our first stop (free chocolate tasting!), followed closely by Margaret River Providore, where there were plenty of different things to sample. We ...