Pelicans at Denmark offers award winning, unique, self-catering accommodation in the beautiful town of Denmark.
Our cottage is nestled between magnificent karris on the banks of the Wilson Inlet offering lovely water views in a tranquil bush setting.
Take a break, come and enjoy the fresh air and relax whilst watching the abundant bird life from your private deck – see Pelicans soaring above, wrens, finches, parrots and much more in the grounds of the property.
Our romantic rustic cottage sleeps two people, has a cosy wood fire, spa bath, is on one level and has a QS bed, water views and a wraparound deck where you can relax with your favourite tipple.
The cottage is particularly popular with couples and honeymooners seeking the warmth of a log fire and spa bath on that romantic getaway, with 180 degree waterfront views.
Our promise to guests
Our image gallery comprises only photos taken on our waterfront location giving you the comfort of knowing that you will not be disappointed when you stay with us.
Pelicans is the only Denmark accommodation provider to have won multiple medals silver 2011, Bronze 2012 in the Unique Accommodation category of the Official Western Australian Tourism Awards reflecting our commitment to Denmark Tourism.
Please note, unfortunately, Pelicans cannot accommodate pets and we are a non smoking environment.
Stroll to the Jetty
Early morning and late afternoon provide spectacular vistas from the Jetty. As the sun sets charge your wine glass and stroll down to the waters edge hand in hand.
"For your added security, this property is only managed in Australia and we never request payments be made to overseas bank accounts"
Please note that the latest check in date for the Christmas 2017 period is December 22nd and a five night minimum applies. We do not accept check-ins or checkouts on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Boxing Day or Anzac Day so that our staff can enjoy their families during this period. Similarly we have a four night minimum at Easter and do not accept check-ins or check-outs on Good Friday or Easter Sunday.