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Esperance Chalet Village

29 Frank Freeman Dr., Esperance, Western Australia 6450 Australia
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Esperance Chalet Village is one of the area’s original holiday destinations - reimagined and refreshed - not modern or fancy, exuding a sense of old school charm. The village is located on the edge of town in an idyllic bush setting and offers various accommodation options, from the popular A frame chalets, to quaint family cabins or luxe couples king shacks.
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Free parking
Free internet
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Non-smoking hotel
Self-serve laundry
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tinasI1549OZ wrote a review Apr 2021
37 contributions34 helpful votes
A great place, perfect for couples. Relaxing or an active break, it is all available on the doorstep. Awesome location with free bikes and kayaks available and the Lucky Bay Brewery 4 minutes away, simply couldn't ask for any more!
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Date of stay: March 2021Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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MojiNegro wrote a review Jan 2021
Perth, Australia1285 contributions287 helpful votes
We spent 8 peaceful and relaxing nights over Christmas in a King Shack. On the morning of our arrival, we received a very informative welcome text message with our shack number & location, directions and other key information. The accommodation is ‘self-check-in / check-out’ which we loved. Complimentary bikes, fishing rods and kayaks are nearby the shed for anyone to use, there’s shared outdoor fire pits and we were also offered the use of sunshade/umbrella for at the beach. The King Shacks are the premium rooms and are not the A framed structures, our shack was decorated so beautifully and tastefully. The shack has a new bathroom fitted with a lovely big bath and the most amazing separate rain shower, that throws the water at you - we loved it. In the bathroom there is all natural shampoo, conditioner and body wash provided in 500ml pump bottles affixed to the wall, along with a couple of little bottles of hand lotion. These products are by ‘Appelles’, we loved them so much we have ordered some online for home. There is an upholstered long bench seat and seating area like a dining area next to the kitchen as you enter the shack and a little lounge like reading nook in the bedroom area that has an amazingly comfortable chair that honestly I could have slept in. There’s a TV that is mounted on the wall facing the bed with Netflix and Stan logged in and available. The power points on both side of the king bed (& in the kitchen) have USB ports built into them which was great. The king size bed was very comfortable and cosy with lovely linen sheets and plenty of blankets, as it gets cold at night. Our shack had reverse cycle aircon and a kitchenette with a full-size gas oven and a half size fridge. It was a nice surprise to open the fridge and find a lovely bottle of mimosa & sparkling water with a xmas card, Thank You. There was also a coffee machine & capsules, microwave and all the pots, pans and cooking utensils you need while on holiday, things like foil, cooking oil, salt & pepper etc were also provided. There’s a BBQ on the back veranda and a couple of chairs and a table. We didn’t mind being a short distance out of town on the Bandy creek, it was so quiet and peaceful. Fiona was great to deal with during the booking process and helped us out greatly and always kept an eye out for us during our stay, however we didn’t want for anything as it was all provided! The owners have grand plans for the village, they have a little function area for elopements, seeking council approval for a lap pool and they are also looking to provide meal options on site. We would not hesitate in recommending to others (we already have) and of course staying again ourselves. A few things to consider: - We found the weather can go from very hot to very cool and it was also very windy – so pack your bags ready for all conditions. - If you’re going to visit the national park many times during your stay, go online or visit the tourist office in town to buy a multi-day pass its cheaper and quicker. - Take fly and mosquito repellent. - Take a helicopter ride over Esperance in the summer time and see all the beautiful colours of the coast and pink lake and get your bearings. - A few things we enjoyed while in Esperance; Drive along Great Ocean road, drop into Coffee Cat down on the foreshore for a nice brew, visit the French hot bread shop in town for lovely fresh rolls and other bakery items, visit Bob & Jims general store, stop by for an ale or 2 at Lucky bay brewing and spend a few days at Lucky bay and Hellfire bay in the National Park, be warned though the water is absolutely freezing!
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Date of stay: December 2020
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rkiper wrote a review Jan 2021
perth78 contributions32 helpful votes
It took us a while to make our way to Esperance. Whether it was pure laziness to drive 7.5hrs from Perth or most likely, the lack of decent accommodation. Maybe that’s harsh. There is plenty of decent accommodation available in Esperance, but unfortunately the prices are not commensurate to the actual offer which is not unusual in Western Australia. Things are expensive here, no wonder camping is so popular. After some research we found ECV’s website and quickly booked a chalet for our family of four. I am writing this review as we pack our bags to return home after 5 great nights in this place. There are the different chalets (we stayed in a two bedroom), outdoor fire pits, hammocks, available bikes, kayaks and a creek - when returning from any of Esperance’s amazing beaches, that’s a pretty good place to be. The couple who own ECV have found a niche. The place is not intended to be posh nor fancy, it is unique though. It’s a mix of well crafted decor and architecture coupled with a well thought site masterplan which is clearly a work in process. The place is evolving, and surely for the better. If it is great now, imagine in the near future! It is common knowledge that when anything is made with love and care it exceeds expectations. ECV translates such theory in every detail and we look forward to coming back to check its next chapters.
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Date of stay: January 2021Trip type: Traveled with family
Mike wrote a review Dec 2020
Perth, Australia7 contributions2 helpful votes
Spent six beautiful nights at ECV and it was really beautiful. The attention to detail and the quality of the furnishings is outstanding and makes the stay so much more pleasant. Location is also great just out of town but an easy cycle on one of the ECV bikes. A real pleasure to stay there and would highly recommend to anyone wanting accommodation in Esperance. Thanks again Fiona
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Date of stay: December 2020
Kathy2429 wrote a review Oct 2020
Perth, Australia17 contributions1 helpful vote
What a gem - just 10 mins on the outskirts of Esperance township, set in a rural setting, this lovely village sits beside the crystal clear waters of the Bandy river, and 5 min walk to the beach. The “shack” Was very clean and comfortable. Bicycles and canoes are free to use. The owner extremely friendly & helpful. If you want a quiet relaxing time this is the place.
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Date of stay: October 2020
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US$108 - US$127 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Esperance Chalet Village
Which popular attractions are close to Esperance Chalet Village?
Nearby attractions include Cape Le Grand National Park (5.4 km), Esperance Museum (4.5 km), and Esperance Stonehenge (5.4 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Esperance Chalet Village?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free parking, free internet access, and self serve laundry.
Which room amenities are available at Esperance Chalet Village?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at Esperance Chalet Village?
Guests can enjoy barbeque facilities during their stay.
Is parking available at Esperance Chalet Village?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Esperance Chalet Village?
Conveniently located restaurants include Coffee Cat, Fish Face Takeaway and Restaurant, and Esperance French Hot Bread.
Are there any historical sites close to Esperance Chalet Village?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Esperance Stonehenge (5.4 km).