Spring Bay Villas


678 Ocean Beach Road, Denmark Australia

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From $170.00


Hotel Features

  • Facilities

    BBQ Facilities, Car park, Cots Available, Cycle/Running Path, Gardens in property, High Chair, Iron, Laundry, Non Smoking Establishment, Office Services/Business Services, Outdoor furniture, Pets allowed, enquire on booking, Spa, Tour Desk, Wood Heater/Pot Belly

  • Activities

    Animal Viewing, Birdwatching

  • Experiences


  • Local

    Airstrip, Bowling Club, Convention Centre, Domestic Airport, Golf, International Airport, National Park, Police Station, Railway Station, Tennis Court, University, Visitor Information Centre, Winery

Hotel Rooms

  • Villas
    From $170.00

    The four spacious, two bedroom villas, can accommodate up to six people. Villa One has two queen size bedroom settings, with a bunk setting in the second bedroom. The other three villas have sleeping for four in the second bedroom. In Villa Four they can convert two single settings into a king size bed setting. All villas are fully self-contained, with crockery, cutlery and linen. They all contain a television, DVD, reverse cycle air-conditioning and a pot belly stove. A fully equipped laundry, separate bathroom and toilet complete the layout. All the villas have views of Wilson Inlet.

  • Spa Studios
    From $170.00

    The Spa Studios are fully self-contained and designed just for two. With view of Wilson Inlet or surrounding farmland, you can relax in your spa and enjoy the view. The studios are open plan and have vaulted ceilings with exposed beams; while the large glass sliding door and picture windows let you take in the gorgeous views for miles around. There is a fully equipped kitchen and a generous en suite with a large corner spa and a spacious built in robe allows that little extra room, to make you feel really comfortable. In the cooler months, a remote-controlled reverse cycle air conditioner will keep the chill away, and with a comfy couch, television, DVD and magazines.

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