Situated near the seaside town of Augusta, Western Australia, Sapphire Chalets offers guests modern and affordable accommodation in a secluded location with easy access to local attractions and the greater Margaret River region. The two chalets are set 50m apart nestled amongst trees on a small farm property.
Guests are provided with private, spacious and fully self-contained accommodation that contains many home comforts and essential amenities, including reverse cycle air-conditioning, a hotplate, microwave oven and Weber BBQ cooking facilities.
Each chalet has a bedroom with a king-sized bed with the option of splitting the bed into two long singles if required. A second bedroom offers a queen-size bed while a portable cot is also available on request. For an additional guest an extra bed can be prepared.
Modern tiled bathrooms offer a large walk-in shower, vanity and mirror cabinet as well as a washing machine. Showers are wheelchair accessible without rails.
All linen, cooking equipment, crockery and eating utensils is provided as well as complimentary tea and coffee.
Covered parking is available at the chalet with ample room for a boat. A small, enclosed lawn area and outdoor setting is ideal for lazy summer evenings spent watching the sunset with a glass of wine.
What To Do In Augusta:
Nestled between a rugged coastline and spectacular Karri forest, Augusta is a charming town offering travellers a wide range of local attractions including easy access to the stunning Boranup Forest, a glimpse inside the historic Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse, a chance to explore the Jewel Cave and stunning Hamelin Bay. The lighthouse marks the southern end of t;he famous 135km Cape to Cape Track.
Quiet roads make getting around town hassle-free, with most destinations situated only a few minutes by car or within walking or cycling distance.
Sweeping views of the Hardy Inlet can be enjoyed at vantage points from the centre of town, or take a stroll along the banks of the Blackwood River for a closer glimpse of local bird and marine lfe.
For the adventurous, the calm waters of Flinder Bay offer ample opportunity to take advantage of world-class windsurfing, kite-surfing, paddling, snorkelling and whale watching, with a number of locally owned tour operators providing whale-watching excursions from June to August.
Cafes champion local produce with menus boasting freshly caught firsh, while award winning wineries are a short drive away.