Margarets Forest

96 Bussell Highway, Margaret River   9758 7188

The natural choice in the heart of Margaret River...

In Brief
  • Wheelchair Access: Yes
  • Type: Apartments, Chalets
  • Facilities: Room Spa
In Detail

Margarets Forest self contained apartments are located where the forest meets the picturesque town of Margaret River. The complex adjoins natural forest and bike and walking trails amidst karri, marri and peppermint trees as well as the main street with all it has to offer right on its doorstep.

In fact, the accommodation is so conveniently located, you can stroll out onto the cafe strip and enjoy the unique characteristics of the township.

From the entrance, a left turn will lead you to the edge of town, where you can explore the forest or linger by the river, cycle the tracks or even picnic with nature.

A right turn leads you more to the action of town. Shops, restaurants, galleries, cafés, boutiques and supermarkets... all within 2 minutes reach.

Alternatively, you can stay in, relax on your own private deck, enjoy the comfort of your twin spa with a glass of famous Margaret River wine and even dine in. Each apartment comes with fully equipped kitchen to assist ambitious holiday chefs and a personal gas barbecue for those balmy summer nights.

Fresh produce is available nearby from local supermarkets or Gourmet food outlets. Alternate Saturdays you might like to visit the Farmers Market, less than 800 mtres away.

Outside your accommodation, you will find most tastes are catered for in the range of local restaurants from cafés, pubs and a-la-carte dining.

Apart from its forest location offering easy access to the town, the accommodation is just a short drive to world class wineries, breweries, chocolate and cheese companies, candy and olive producers, beaches, caves, the national park and other attractions of the beautiful Cape Leeuwin Naturaliste region.

For your next getaway down south, join our repeat visitors of Margarets Forest and make us your natural choice of accommodation in the heart of Margaret River.