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Karma Chalets, Denmark

Karma Chalets offers you the perfect place to getaway in a true country retreat environment. All chalets offer you fantastic rural views to Wilson Inlet. Located just five minutes drive from Denmark and close to the Tree Top Walk, beaches, wineries and the Bibbulmun Track.

These luxurious chalets come fully equipped and offer you the chance to have a wonderful experience in the Southern Forest region of Western Australia. All chalets come with cosy log fires for the cooler evenings. All have private bedrooms situated to take advantage of the glorious sunrise. All bedrooms come with queen beds and some with single beds. Selected chalets have a twin spa bath in private bathrooms and there are some with en-suite bathrooms as well. All chalets have microwave, television, video players and compact disc players. Some chalets are equipped with DVD and mini hi-fi.

Enjoy the peaceful surroundings from the privacy of your chalet verandah. Enjoy a brisk walk along the forest trail situated on the property. Discover for yourself the great variety of birdlife and seasonal wildflowers. For the active guest Karma Chalets is within easy reach of interesting nature trails, great fishing, swimming and surfing beaches.

Joe and Judy invite you to Karma Chalets to relax. Take a break and really get away from it all.

“Take a break from the ordinary”!

Accommodation Options

Two bedroom without spa

Fully self contained non spa chalets with bath, television, video, compact disc player and fully equipped kitchen. Sleeps up to six people.

Four bedroom, two bathroom spa chalet

Fully equipped with two bath rooms, television, video, DVD, mini Hi-Fi, spa bath, fully equipped kitchen. Sleeps up to eight people.

Three bedroom spa chalet

Fully equipped with television,video, DVD, mini hi-fi,self contained kitchen. Sleeps up to seven people.

Two bedroom en-suite spa chalet

Two bedroom two bath room chalet with television,DVD, video, mini Hi-Fi fully self contained kitchen. Sleeps up to four people.


Popular Activities

  • Bird Watching
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