Stayed here three nights and enjoyed the setting of the hotel. It's certainly not a resort, more like a pub plus motel. Like much of rural WA it's not cheap at $200 per night. The upsides were the comfy bed and quite spacious room overlooking the ocean. However the whole place needs freshening up with some basic maintenance required, eg taps, showers, toilets and a lick of paint. We also felt $25 each way for an airport pick up was a bit steep and $38 for a simple bacon & eggs for each of us was also on the high side.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Star Ratings Australia 4-Star Rating, the only four star property within 400Kls, Ocean front rooms with king size beds, private balconies, private ensuite, tea/coffee making facilities, TV, Foxtel & free in-house movies, air conditioning, licensed restaurant, alfresco dining on balcony overlooking the Freycinet beach, lounge & saloon bars, conference and meeting facilities, swimming pool and sunbaking deck, guest laundry, disabled facilities, bottle shop, car parking, ATM, hire cars, airport transfers upon request, Wifi.If you are looking for an unforgettable Western Australian holiday in a part of the world that can only be described as heaven on earth, then the waterfront Heritage Resort Shark Bay hotel is waiting to welcome you. Overlooking the pristine waters of the bay, Shark Bay Resort accommodation offers perfect place at exceptional value to discerning travellers. ... more less
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