Olive Hill Farm Cottage
- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Olive Hill Farm Cottage Margaret River
Travel Blogs from Margaret River
... circled and tried to incorporate as much as we could while visiting the area, but really do all the towns need to end in up or in.
Lake cave is a special spot because of this suspended table created ...
... was a good free walk with some giant trees which we did then off to Albany.On our way to we called in at a wood shop and workshop making gifts and Terry had lots of his questions answered.In Albany Terry bought the right kind of oil for the ute which had proved elusive and we shopped to top up supplies.Its a long weekend here and school holidays so getting somewhere and staying there is a priority. We thought we'd check out 2 people's bay. Took a while to get here but ...
... along with more wind. My experience so far of WA, bloody windy place!
Awoke the next morning, half way through the night really, to heavy rain that didn't stop until 8am. Kept coming and going all day. Lucky we had 2 more caves to do, can't get to wet doing that. Wrong! Just as we went outside the kiosk at the first cave, to go down in, down it came! the 5 minute climb down into Lake cave had us a little damp. This cave was amazing as well, quite different with the lake in ...
... white wines I believe. Then we stopped in Cowaramup, a dairying town with statues of cows everywhere, about 42 of them apparently. Big roadworks right in the middle of Cowaramup which was causing traffic bottlenecks north and south along the Bussel Highway. Home to our campertrailer and dinner here tonight, will visit Ethel and Michael Noonan for lunch tomorrow before setting up camp in ...
... Harvest Semillon, and the best white wine I've ever tasted, the Shepherds Rhaspsody made from a Semillon/Sauvignon Blanc mix. I wanted to buy a bottle of the Malbec to bring back to the US, but since Notre Dame is a dry campus I have nowhere to store it :(.
Woody Nook was another stop on our tours, and if I'm honest, none of their wines stood out. I'm not saying they were bad, but nothing jumped at me. They had a fairly heavy 2011 ...