Cottesloe Beach Hotel

Address: 104 Marine Pde, Cottesloe, Western Australia, 6011, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 104 Marine Pde, Cottesloe, is near Cottesloe Beach, Cottisloe Beach, Nambung National Park, and Fremantle Arts Centre and History Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Cottesloe

    So, What Do I Have To Do To Get Out Of Here?

    A travel blog entry by georgegoode on Aug 07, 2014

    ... of wolves they just go all out trying to get the sale. What's different at the airport is that they all look meaningfully at you, smile and if you respond in any way, and I always do (more fool me), they are all over you like a rash, "Would Sir be interested in...?" Fortunately, it stops at the initial question, for them 'no' means 'no', although
    I do wonder how long it takes to train them to accept that fact.
    ...

    Day 193 29.07.14

    A travel blog entry by daryl-sophie14 on Jul 29, 2014

    5 photos

    ... Cottesloe. It was just after midday. From the station we walked passed the pristine looking Sea View golf course and down towards Cottesloe Main Beach. It looked beautiful, it was very quiet apart from about 10 surfers out in the ocean catching the pretty impressive waves! Following a walk around and a stroll along a rocky fishing pier we picked a spot on the beach to lie down for half an hour, the sun ...

    Preparing for our amazing adventure

    A travel blog entry by annie23 on Jul 10, 2014

    14 comments, 5 photos

    ... accessible coastline, however, but meandering through the south west of the state is one of the world's greatest walking tracks...The 1000km long Bibbulmun Track.

    In fact,our vast country offers a fantastic array of natural attractions. From canoeing down the Ord river or wandering through the rusty, rugged inland rock formations of the east Kimberley, to dipping into the dark, bracing water of Python Pool in the Pilbara ...

    ? D day ?? More like 'Operation Market Garden'

    A travel blog entry by pandcjs_travels on May 25, 2014

    2 comments, 2 photos

    ... Perth airport when we get back or the final blog entry will be from a holding cell...

    Or maybe not... this may be it...
    'The powers that be' don't like my blog and have suspended it for the last 24 hours...
    Something to do with spam bot... I have no idea what will happen...
    very disappointing...

    YAY.. the guys running this site are on the ball and have sorted things for us :)
    Back up and running...
    ...

    Exploring Beautiful Perth

    A travel blog entry by nullarbor2014 on May 05, 2014

    36 photos

    ... like Melbourne, has some great street art. Perth has a distinctive English influence, and we walked down the Old London Arcade to the main shopping precinct.
    Then it was off to see some of Perth's iconic beaches, Cottesloe and Scarborough. Cottesloe is on a par with Sorrento with its beautiful beachfront homes, whereas Scarborough is more like Maroochydore - very trendy and at night, the hot spot for clubbing. Photos of Scarborough are only on the SLR. We went back to Cottesloe ...

    Traveler Photos Cottesloe Beach Hotel

    Having a drink
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    Cottesloe Beach Hotel
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    Kylie and Chris
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    Debbie and Laurie
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    A pot at the Cott!!!
    Fremantle, Australia
    03 The Cottesloe Hotel Sunday Session
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    Debbie and me at lunch
    Perth, Australia