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Greens Pool Retreat, Denmark

Green’s Pool Retreat is a stunningly handcrafted mud brick and timber dwelling set amongst coastal peppermint trees adjacent to the William Bay National Park, the coastal jewel of Western Australia’s southern coastline.

Green’s Pool Retreat is spacious self contained accommodation for two offering an ideal setting for a peaceful, rejuvenating and special retreat.

The Green’s Pool Retreat property adjoins the wild beaches of William Bay and the tranquil setting of Green’s Pool is a beach walk away.

The nearby town of Denmark offers its unique attractions of stunning coastal and hinterland scenery with numerous wineries and galleries to visit.

All amenities are included in Green’s Pool Retreat with queen size bed, all bedding, leather lounges, video cassette recorder and a huge open fire for those winter nights.

You will be enthralled.

Accommodation Options


Open plan house with queen size bed on mezzanine.

Activites and Experiences at Greens Pool Retreat

  • Direct
  • Car park
  • Cash
  • Not Available

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