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Morgano Sea, Fremantle

Morgano’s Sea, Fish and Star offers comfortable self-contained accommodation close to the beach, shops and public transport.

The perfect base from which to experience the unique flavours of cosmopolitan Fremantle, with its interesting mix of shops, heritage buildings, boutique breweries, cosy cafes, museums, art galleries, pubs and restaurants of every description.

Visit the famous old Fremantle Markets, take a walk along the magnificent beaches, cycle down the coast, go fishing or maybe take a cruise to Rottnest Island.

There are three self-contained apartments available: Sea, Fish and Star, with open plan living areas, secluded limestone courtyards, beautiful gardens and delightful water features. Sea is a one bedroom apartment. Fish has three bedrooms (a queen, double and single) and can sleep upto five people. Star is a one bedroom apartment, with a spa room in the back courtyard.

Each air-conditioned apartment has a fully equipped kitchen with microwave, a laundry, study, comfortable lounge with heating, light cosy bedrooms, barbecue, a telephone for local calls and off street parking.

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