Redgate Beach Escape

Star 4.8 (26 Google reviews)

Stunning panoramic ocean views, surrounded by National Park. These luxurious and peaceful villas are set in the middle of 80 acres, and offer the soul of a beach shack, with all the luxuries and comforts of home! 5 Minutes from top wineries and 10 mins from Margaret River town.
Redgate Beach Escape comprises 4 contemporary designed 2 bedroom villas, each with uninterrupted coastal views. A spacious modern open plan living and kitchen area separates two generous and private double bedrooms.

Simple and functional design, yet universally cosy and welcoming with relaxed Balinese-inspired furnishings. Each house is fitted with all the modern amenities for comfort and convenience. The well-equipped kitchen and dining facilities will satisfy the most demanding of gourmets. Each house has WiFi, satellite TV (free to air) BBQ and dishwasher.


Redgate Beach Escape

824 Redgate Rd, Redgate WA 6286, Australia


Star 4.8 (26 Google reviews)
Anonymous 19 October 2022

My husband's 47th birthday and this place was amazing ❤️. Would highly recommend to anyone looking for a romantic beach escape. Redgate beach was a 10 min walk from the accomodation. We were having coffee on the balcony overlooking the beach and were whale watching over breakfast. We had an amazing time and loved the naturalistic aspect this place has to offer. You would be crazy if you didn't book this place. Absolutely awesome ❤️

Hamish Burns 31 July 2022

Very nice a secluded place to stay with astonishing views. Will stay again 100%

Bruce Todd Mwayengeni 04 February 2022

Oh boy! Spent a couple nights here,wow. This place is amazing, beautiful, peaceful,the views are to die for ⚰ just have to be there! Stayed in villa Bussel, clean, comfy, private I could go on..will definitely go back and recommend!!

Richard Baldwin 16 December 2021

Great place, just dissapointed that the hosts did not let us know until the day before departure that we could not access the beach! Due to the car park being refurbished. That was part of why we went (to walk along the beach). We left the morning of the bushfire. So lucky to get out before they closed the road.