Cape Lodge

Location: Western Australia | Australia

Price guide: £££££ £100-£200 per person per night

Cape Lodge offers luxury lodge accommodation on the banks of its own private lake and has ten hectares of forest, parkland and the famed Margaret River vineyards all around. Located on the main tourist route of Caves Road, it is only one kilometre from the Indian Ocean and surrounded by the great wineries of Vasse Felix, Moss Wood, Pierro and Cullen.
Perfect forAnyone seeking a sophisticated retreat who appreciates outstanding food and wine.
In the knowMake sure to sample the Cape Lodge Shiraz, which is produced exclusively for guests of the Resort.

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  • Food & Wine
  • Hideaway
  • Lodge
  • Luxury Hotel

Hotel Overview

Where

In the grounds of its own vineyard in Margaret River, situated in the South West corner of Western Australia.

Rooms at Cape Lodge

The ultimate in private accommodation, the Cape Lodge offers a range of rooms that are spread throughout its manicured grounds and encircle two lakes. Garden View Rooms have private courtyards with outdoor seating and tranquil garden views. Superior Spa Suites offer views of the lake and gardens, while Forest Spa Suites are situated in woodland and are surrounded by lush natural landscaping. All come with spacious bedrooms and luxury bathrooms complete with a spa bath and walk in shower.

Food and Facilities

At Cape Lodge guests are treated to magnificent meals at the resort’s restaurant. Situated over the main lake and featuring a wide over-water deck and guest lounge, it’s the perfect place to take in the palatial grounds. Don’t forget to sample one of the many premium vintage Margaret River wines, kept in the restaurants’ temperature-controlled cellar. Other facilities include a spa and a cookery school, where you can learn to re-create the meals you’ve enjoyed at the restaurant.

Activities at Cape Lodge

There are a whole host of activities on offer at Cape Lodge catering to all types of people. Active-types will enjoy surfing, biking, diving and deep-sea fishing. For those seeking a less high-octane holiday, you can take a wine & nature tour, long walks around the grounds, or even a helicopter ride that explores the area.

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