Presidential Bungalow

From $359 / night



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  • 3 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 8
  • Resort

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 2

Sleeps: 8

Type: Resort

Presidential Bungalow

Luxury Resort Accomodation, 4.5 Star fully Self-Contained, 3 Bed, 2 Bathroom plus full use of the resort facilities.

The Presidential Bungalow in Broadwater Busselton provides the ultimate in resort living. Featuring all the comforts you would expect in a luxury resort. Direct access to Broadwater Beach, The Presidential Bungalow provides resort living at its best with a huge heated outdoor swimming oasis, large heated indoor pool and spa, 2 full size tennis courts including one beach side with stunning ocean views, a gymnasium and squash court to keep active, kids club and games room.

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Presidential Bungalow

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Presidential Bungalow
Busselton, Western Australia, Australia

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Whilst still remaining close to Busselton, a major regional town with 7 day shopping, you are on the gateway to Western Australia’s famous Margaret River wine growing region, The Presidential Bungalow is the perfect getaway spot at any time of year.

The premier attractions of the south west are close at hand, with the famous wineries, restaurants and galleries of the Margaret River region only a short drive away, many with suitable area's for children to play or romantic spots with views over vines, lakes and manicured gardens.

The Margaret River Wine Region is a premium boutique wine region, being responsible for just three per cent of Australia\'s wine production yet supplying no less than 20 per cent of the premium wine market. Visitors will find vineyards dotting the picturesque hillsides throughout the region. Each has its own style and ambience. In all, there are more than 200 vineyards and 80 wineries - a remarkable number considering that wine was first produced in the region just 30 years ago. Character and quality can be found in fruit-intense chardonnays, rich Semillons, robust Cabernets, soft Merlots and other varietal wines and blends.

Highly skilled chefs have, like the winemakers, been attracted to the region by the prospect of working with high-quality produce. Invariably they are stimulated to produce dishes with flair and imagination and gourmet produce including the renowned cheese and chocolate factories are a short drive away, then enjoy a coffee and cake in one of the quaint cafes.

The locally produced ice-cream is also sure to be a hit. Arts and crafts thrive in this stunning natural environment and there are many fine galleries and potteries to visit, each displaying unique locally produced works including paintings, sculpture, glassware and furniture. You may also have the opportunity of seeing the artisans at work. Take time out to explore the region’s natural environment and you will discover peace and tranquillity.

Enjoy a stroll on one of the many pristine beaches or take a bushwalk in the magnificent unspoilt forests. The spectacular coastline also provides for excellent surfing and diving. Keen fishers will find plenty of great fishing spots including the spectacular Busselton jetty; having been at 2km in length, it’s the longest jetty in the southern hemisphere and a tourist attraction in its own right.

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