Rise with the golden sun dancing on the water.
The Denmark Waterfront is only three kilometres from the town of Denmark. We are situated between town and the beach. Our accommodation is nestled under tall karri trees, in a quiet cove, with magnificent water views.
Enjoy spectacular forest and coastal walks, pristine secluded beaches, superb wineries and galleries and Denmark’s world famous Valley of the Giants.
The buildings retain the rustic charm of Denmark, with timber and earthy external finishes.
Brushwood Cottage: A rambling cottage which has been tastefully renovated, with 1 queen bedrooms, 1 double and a kids bedroom, 2 bathrooms and sleeps up to 8 people. Big rooms and a wood fire make it a comfortable holiday home. Miniumun 2 night stay.
Studio Apartments: Some with spa baths
Attractive two storey units with lots of warm, natural timber.
Air-conditioning, queensize bed, ensuite, kitchenette, TV & DVD add to your creature comforts.
Your private balcony faces north-east, giving water views and catching the early morning sunrise and winter sun. Perfect for coffee and breakfast, or to relax with a glass of wine in the afternoon or evening.
Our motel units all have dust-free polished timber floors, warm pine furniture, comfortable beds, TV and ensuite as standard. Some also feature a kitchenette, allowing you to cook simple meals.
Ground floor units each have a private external relaxation area, perfect to sit with a morning coffee or a red wine in the afternoon, watching the birds frolic in the gardens.
Upper units open onto a wide, spacious balcony, ideal for socialising. You\'ll often spy a kangaroo grazing peacefully across the way.
We only allow pets in our ground floor motel units.
Laundry facilities, DVD\'s and barbecues are available to guests.
Denmark is one of the most beautiful locations in Australia, with spectacular scenery, enchanting tall Karri forests, snowy white beaches, crystal clear ocean waters, tumbling granite boulders and majestic limestone headlands; meandering perennial streams and protected fish-rich inlets skirted with an artist’s paradise of paper bark trees, rushes, rocks and bays. It has a wealth of wildflowers, fauna and bird life.
Centrally located between historic Albany and the world famous Tree Top Walk through the Valley of the Giants.