Caves House Hotel

18 Yallingup Beach Road, Yallingup   (08) 9750 1888
Overview

Since 1903, an iconic Western Australian venue famous for Sunday Sessions & Live Music, Heritage-Listed Accommodation & Gardens, Weddings & Functions.

In Brief
  • Capacity: 500+
  • Features: Indoor, Kid Friendly, Late Night, Licensed, Live Music, Outdoor Dining
  • Venue Type: Boutique Bar, Function Centre, Hotel, Other, Restaurant, Unique Venue
In Detail

Caves House Hotel is ideally situated in the heart of the famous  Margaret River Wine Region, just three hours south of Perth and within walking distance of the famous Yallingup Beach and Ngilgi Cave. It is understandable why this historic hotel and its beautiful gardens are sought after for not only ceremonies, receptions and functions all year round, but also simply to indulge in the luxury of a beautiful historic building.

The traditional Aboriginal word Yallingup, literally translates to      “A Place of Love” making it a perfect  location for weddings,     honeymoons or romantic getaways.

Tens of thousands of patrons have frequented the hotel over the years for its famous summer sessions and live music with surfers having frequented the venue since the 1950’s Yallingup Beach, just a short stroll down the hill – the birthplace of surfing in WA.

Caves House Hotel is ideally situated in the heart of the famous  Margaret River Wine Region, just three hours south of Perth and within walking distance of the famous Yallingup Beach and Ngilgi Cave. It is understandable why this historic hotel and its beautiful gardens are sought after for not only ceremonies, receptions and functions all year round, but also simply to indulge in the luxury of a beautiful historic building.

The traditional Aboriginal word Yallingup, literally translates to      “A Place of Love” making it a perfect  location for weddings,     honeymoons or romantic getaways.

Tens of thousands of patrons have frequented the hotel over the years for its famous summer sessions and live music with surfers having frequented the venue since the 1950’s Yallingup Beach, just a short stroll down the hill – the birthplace of surfing in WA.