Busselton Marina Bed & Breakfast

Busselton, WA, 6280



Busselton Marina Bed and Breakfast is 500 mtrs from the sandy beaches and sparkling blue water of Geographe Bay. We offer a private entrance leading to a reverse cycle air conditioned double sitting room, a full size bathroom with bath and shower and a kitchenette with microwave. With a second double bedroom within the unit We are a DOG FRIENDLY establishment. The Dog can stay in the accommodation with the owners. There are no other dog friendly BnBs at all in the area. Busselton Jetty with the passenger train and Underwater Observatory is a 4km drive along the ocean edge. If our guests prefer not to go out in the evening a microwave and kitchen facilities are available. Tea and coffee making facilities. Toaster Fridge The accommodation is all on one level – no stairs. Busselton town site and Restaurants are a 5 min drive from the BnB Very quiet area with only local residential traffic Choice of Alfresco eating under cover overlooking our flower filled gardens Facilities for washing drying and ironing clothes. Private bed/sitting dining area with kitchenette and full size bathroom with bath and shower. Totally separate from hosts living area. Hair dryer flat screen tv dvd Reverse Cycle Air conditioning ceiling fan Cost includes breakfast and daily servicing of accommodation. Check out time is 10am Check in 2pm Cancellation policy - up to 5 days before – no charge less than 5 days – 1 night fee Busselton Jetty and town site area also boasts a variety of eating places to suit all tastes and pockets. The Margaret River Wine Area and the giant trees and forests of the South West are within easy reach. A relaxing day can be spent sampling the wares of the wineries, special cheese and chocolate producers in the area. Cycling enthusiasts will enjoy the adjacent cycle path which runs from the Marina, through Busselton Town site and on to Dunsborough. For History lovers, St Mary’s Anglican Church, Wonnerup House, the Old Gaol and the Butter Factory Museum all offer a fascinating view of bygone years and the struggles of the early pioneers of the area.
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