Cape Lodge

Star 4.6 (66 Google reviews)
Staggered and contact-less check in and check out. Spaced out and expansive restaurant. Different house keeping options should guests wish to limit servicing of their room. All staff have completed the government Covid-19 online training course.

Located on its own vineyard in the magnificent Margaret River wine region, Cape Lodge is likened to staying at a private country estate, with all the trappings and facilities of a world class boutique hotel.
Cape Lodge attracts those who are seeking a private, stylish and sophisticated retreat, and lovers of outstanding food and wine. Sitting on 40 acres of manicured parkland and lakes, the hotel has its own 8 acre vineyard producing fine Sauvignon Blanc and Shiraz exclusively for guests. Cape Lodge's neighbours include the great wineries of Vasse Felix, Moss Wood, Pierro and Cullen.

The Hotel has 22 romantically secluded rooms and a magnificent 5 bedroom private luxury Residence. The elegant Cape Lodge Restaurant overlooks the beautiful main lake and offers a menu that changes daily to reflect the best of the seasons and the region's fabulous local producers. The superbly crafted dishes can be matched with an excellent selection of West Australian wine, including back vintages from some of the region's great wine estates. 

Cape Lodge is also known for its Cooking School - perfect for culinary enthusiasts and run by Chef Tony Howell. These ever-popular classes run regularly on Saturdays, and private hands-on cooking experiences can also be booked for groups of friends or family, or for corporate retreats. 



Cape Lodge

3341 Caves Rd, Yallingup WA 6282, Australia


Star 4.6 (66 Google reviews)
Wendy Yuan 02 May 2022

I had a wonderful experience at Cape Lodge! The room is so clean and lake view is Stunning! Sitting at the fireplace each night for pre-dinner drinks was terrific!

Mark Temov 07 November 2021

My wife and I just had a 2 night stay at Cape Lodge and it was an amazing experience. The property is stunning and you relax as soon as you drive in the front gate. The staff at reception and the restaurant are exactly what you'd expect from such top quality accomodation. We stayed in a Lakeside room which was beautiful. A big thank you to Drew the GM, who made us feel like we were highly valued guests. He is a great person to meet and it's no surprise the lodge runs so smoothly. Thanks also to Rachel, who took us on a lovely tour of the property and gave a great insight into the wine making process. We highly recommend a visit to Cape Lodge for a special getaway.

Pinenut-1 15 January 2022

Technically a 4.5 star rating. Food was really good but portion was small. Service was good. Nice view at restaurant.

sara coleman 08 October 2021

We stayed here for a long awaited weekend away. We had the 3 night deal with 5 course meal, daily breakfast and wine tour. I cannot fault the staff, especially in the restaurant, they were excellent. The food was amazing. The reason we give the lodge 3 stars is because of the room. We overlooked the water and gardens which was beautiful but the bath had a constantly dripping tap, which they knew about. Also the decor was very tired, gouges in the bathroom wall, builders cheap range of bathroom taps and toilet roll holder and cheap plastic seat etc on toilet. The painting finish on the windows was terrible, worn patches on the long mirror. Old yellowing ceiling vent and thermostat. The balcony railings looked discoloured and old. The building itself needed upgrading. There were complimentary water, beers and soft drinks etc. But surely as a winery a small bottle of complimentary wine in the fridge would be better. For 5 star accomodation I would expect better. We paid a lot for our stay there, and hadn’t had a break from our work for a long time so we were slightly disappointed. Thank goodness for the restaurant, excellent cuisine and fun wine tour.