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Woody Grange Chalets, Albany

Brian and Christine welcome you to Woody Grange Chalets, located on 80 acres of tranquil countryside adjoining the King River and Billa Boya Reserve with sweeping views across the valley to the Porongurup Ranges.

The four well appointed, two bedroom, self serviced timber chalets can accommodate up to five people in a chalet.

Staying at Woody Grange enables you to relax and be close to nature. Large jarrah, redgum and sheoak trees surrounding the chalets provide a haven for wildlife, especially birds. Go for a stroll along the creek past the grazing cattle and watch the ducks take flight from the dam. Bushwalks in spring reveal the delicate native orchids.

Take a few minutes to breathe the fresh country air and enjoy the view from the comfort of your verandah whilst tasting the difference in your tea made from pure rain water! At night the silence and sparkling evening stars can be overwhelming.

Queen size bed, double bunks and single beds, feather doonas, well equipped kitchen with gas cooker/oven, microwave, fridge and pots and pans. Carpeted living area with lounge chairs, colour television, raked pine ceiling, cosy wood fire, toilet and shower/hip bath. With a sheltered verandah, guest’s laundry and barbecue and also linen is supplied.

To maintain a high standard of comfort and cleanliness we do not accommodate pets nor allow smoking inside the chalets.

The City of Albany is less than ten minutes drive and has many attractions including museums, historic buildings, shopping, restaurants and whale watching from July to October.

Beautiful beaches, mountain ranges, golf courses, wineries, tennis courts are all within an easy drive from Woody Grange Chalets.

Accommodation Options

Two Bedroom Chalet

Self contained chalets, queen and single beds, lounge, dining, kitchen, bathroom and verandah.


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