Caves House Hotel Yallingup
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
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Stopped for a beer with Corey and Felise. Didn't realise we had the house keys and the others were locked out.
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Cdemchy stayed here on Sep 16, 2014 during their trip titled: Australia, Dunsborough.
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... snorkeling' with their goggles about 3m from shore and saw some fish. The kids just love those big dumper waves, more sand in bathers. Back to camp for dinner, a bit of packing up and bed. This would have to be the warmest night of our holiday, including our 2 weeks at Cervantes. Getting us ready for our arrival in Perth tomorrow with a forecast top of 37 degrees. We have really enjoyed our 3 days in Yallingup (and Margaret River and Dunsborough), we ...
... to see the trees from this perspective. We also did a tour of the Ancient Empire walk at ground level, timing it well, as it started to rain just as we were leaving.
Greens Pool and Elephant Rocks were just down the road so went for a look and were glad we did. They are next to each other and so spectacular, even with today being really overcast they look beautiful with clear green water and great rocks.
Albany was our stop for the night and we spent ...
... the power switched on. The great thing of camp grounds is that there are always people there ready to help. It has always been like that. The ages change but that is all. From under 40 when we were caravanning in Europe, they also have changed to 60 plus here with me. A guy with "trust me, I am a car sales man" tops it. I bite my tongue to not give him a cheeky remark. After all you have to be careful with people who want to help. His wife keeps an eye on him and ...