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Best vineyard accommodations during your Margaret River Region visit

In addition to its world-famous vineyards, the Margaret River area provides magnificent beaches, breathtaking natural marvels, and historically significant sites, making it a must-see even if you’re not a wine connoisseur. Lonely Planet even called it one of the top 10 finest destinations in the Asia Pacific for 2019!

Relaxing weekends or idyllic stops along the way to the Margaret River Wine Region may be achieved by staying at a nearby winery and not only for a brief taste but for an overnight stay without any worries about driving back home! You can even hire a chauffeur to drive you around the area safely if you decide to go out on the town or to some wineries

One of the most acceptable ways to see the Margaret River region is by arranging wine tours and spending your  days at your favorite vineyards. If you’ve had a long meal or spent the afternoon sampling wines at the cellar door, this is a great way to wind down and relax, with your personal driver on call to take you into town, to the beach or to a winery.

  • Cullen Wines Family Homestead:

The vineyard’s owners, Diana and Kevin Cullen built this magnificent rustic cottage in 1976. The Homestead consists of a main home and a studio fashioned from local wood and granite. The Homestead is surrounded by woodland and vineyards, with a tennis court for a leisurely swing. Afterward, you can travel around the area with your private driver for a wine tasting or 2 and a delicious organic and biodynamic lunch.

  • Burnside Bungalows:

Both bungalows at Burnside Organic Farm are nestled in the solitude of gorgeous natural bushland on 15 hectares of organic agriculture. Bungalows are made of repurposed wood, stone, and rammed earth. Each unique retreat features a spacious bath and a cozy wood fire

  • Rivendell Winery:

Rivendell’s vacation cottages are stunning. The calm lake, natural bushland, or rolling vines may be seen from each luxury apartment. There’s a tennis court, lovely cottage gardens, and the famed basement door. Guests may also buy excellent picnic food and coffee.

  • Villas at Island Brook:

Island Brook Estate provides grapes to Haywood Wine Company and Devils Lair. A hidden forest of Jarrah trees surrounds the magnificent tiny chalets, each named after a grape varietal. The apartments are fully self-contained and have bath spas.

  • Cullen Wines Homestead:

The Diane Madelaine Cabernet and Kevin John Chardonnay are among the top wines in the area and Australia. The winery has a large, restaurant café that overlooks the vineyard and provides delicious meals. The Homestead is a charming vacation home with a rustic farmhouse vibe, built-in 1976 by Diana and Kevin Cullen, the creators of Cullen wines, and situated directly across the street from the cellar entrance.

The farmhouse has a tennis court nearby for business or family usage. Visit the Cullen cellar door for sampling and lunch.

  • Arimia B&B:

Arimia is an organically certified, award-winning boutique winery regarded as one of the South West’s most distinctive and progressive winemakers. Their restaurant delivers delicious meals produced in their garden.

It’s a contemporary guest home in the vineyard next to the restaurant, with views of the escarpment and the Indian Ocean. The home features four bedrooms and two baths. Perfect for a family, a group of friends, or a glorious bachelorette celebration. It’s the perfect spot to immerse you in the local culinary and wine culture.

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