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Coraki Holiday Cottages, Albany

Coraki means ‘the meeting place of waters’ and it is here that you will find a truly unique holiday destination.

Coraki Holiday Cottages is nestled on 10 acres of sweeping lawns and gardens, surrounded by native bushland on the tree-lined shores of beautiful Oyster Harbour.

Your choice of three cosy cottages, one character bungalow and two spacious wheelchair friendly villas, will suit all tastes with each being thoughtfully and privately situated to make the most of this idyllic waterside location.

Our accommodation is fully self-contained with all the amenities to make your time at Coraki as comfortable as possible. Take in the tranquil water views from your private verandah, curl up with a good book by the wood fire, stroll along the shoreline and immerse yourself in the fresh sea air.

Enjoy the antics of our emus, kangaroos and abundant bird and wildlife – a nature lover’s playground.

Only 12 kilometres from Albany‘s city centre, Coraki is a short drive to golf courses, wineries, galleries, cafes and pristine beaches for swimming, fishing and four wheel driving. With the majestic Kalgan and King Rivers graciously winding their way to our shores, water and marine enthusiasts can canoe, boat and fish from our property.

Graham and Rebecca Freeman look forward to welcoming you soon to Coraki Holiday Cottages. Private, peaceful, picturesque.

Accommodation Options

Two bedroom cottage

Cosy, comfortable two bedroom cottages equipped with a double bed in the main bedroom and two sets of bunk beds in the second bedroom. Our cottages sleep a maximum of six people and have fully equipped kitchens, bathroom with shower/toilet, laundry with twin tub washing machine and lounge room with colour television and cosy wood fire. Each cottage has a verandah with outdoor setting and there are portable gas barbecues available.

Two bedroom bungalow

Our character two bedroom bungalow is just delightful with large bedrooms, a fully equipped kitchen, sunken lounge with woodfire and colour television, bathroom with shower/toilet and laundry with automatic washing machine. The front verandah is the ideal place to relax and admire the water views and gardens abundant in native birdlife.

Three bedroom villa

Our modern and spacious three bedroom villas are situated to make the most or our idyllic waterside views. Large sweeping verandahs that welcome the late afternoon sun, complete with own barbecue and outdoor setting, large fully equipped kitchen, lounge room with cosy woodfire and colour television with DVD player, bathroom with separate shower/toilet, laundry with automatic washing machine. Three bedrooms each with built in wardrobes. Ideal for families or those just wanting some quiet solitude with gorgeous outlook.


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