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 stovetop, microwave oven and Weber BBQ cooking facilities. Modern, tiled bathrooms offer a large roll in shower.
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.
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 offer local produce with menus boasting freshly caught firsh, while award winning wineries are a short drive away.