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Denmark Waterfront, Denmark

The Denmark Waterfront is located in one of the most picturesque positions in Denmark. This lovely holiday retreat is nestled in a quiet cove on the banks of the Wilson Inlet, among tall mature karri trees, with views across 15 kilometres of beautiful water.

Rise with the golden sun dancing on the water. Soak up the views from a private balcony. Enjoy spectacular forest and coastal walks, pristine secluded beaches, superb wineries and galleries and Denmark’s world famous Valley of the Giants. Swings can keep kids amused while dad cooks the barbecue. Bikes are available for some fun exercise or videos if you just want to relax and do nothing.

Indulge yourself in one of our attractive self-contained two storey studio apartments (some with spa) or comfortable motel suites. Smell the cedar and feel the earthy texture of the walls.

For the ultimate luxury, relax in our intimate secluded spa cottage constructed of natural timber in the forest by the waters edge. All linen is supplied, including towels and soap.

Accommodation Options

Motel Units

Comfortable, clean, spacious units with double or queen-size beds, some units having additional single beds. All have tea/coffee facilities, toaster and cutlery/crockery and most have a kitchenette with microwave & electric frypan. Ensuite bathrooms, television, all linen and towels are standard.

Country Units

Perfect for social or business groups . Six double or twin bedrooms, each with its own ensuite, fridge, television tea and coffee. Each opens onto a verandah and has great water views. A large common room makes the perfect place to gather at night and has a kitchen, lounge/dining and another television with VCR. The building is rustic and provides a great ‘get away from it all’ destination.

Brushwood Cottage

Three bedroom, two bathroom cottage with sleeping for up to eight guests, including two queen-size beds. It is an older style, rambling design, but has been renovated and is very comfortable. It has a large kitchen opening onto a lounge/dining room with a wood fire. Television, DVD and all linen and towels are provided.

Studio Apartments

Stylish two storey apartments with lots of natural timber finishes. Queen-size bedroom upstairs with private balcony giving a water view. Living area downstairs includes a kitchenette. Additional single bed downstairs. Private bathroom, television, VCR, all linen and towels are standard.

Spa Cottage

Beautiful, secluded honeymoon style cottage just for couples. Octagonal in shape, mainly open plan, it features lots of natural timber, spa bath, wood fire, queen-size bed, television, VCR & CD player, kitchen, lounge & great balcony with gas barbeque. Best of all, it is in a secluded setting among the trees with spectacular water views. All linen and towels are provided.


Popular Activities

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  • Bird Watching
  • Bush Walking
  • Cycling
  • Driving
  • Sightseeing
  • Wine Tasting
  • Fishing - Beach
  • Fishing - Deep Sea
  • Surfing
  • Fishing - Estuary

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