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76 Yelverton Rd Margaret River, Yelverton, Western Australia 6280 Australia
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#1 of 2 Speciality lodging in Yelverton
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Mile End Glamping studio domes accommodate 2 adults per dome in a light-filled, 65 square metre, open-plan layout. Each dome is elevated off the ground to maximise the valley views and connected to a private BBQ and spa deck. Architecturally designed using patterns found in nature, the domes are illuminated with natural light to create closeness with the outdoors. Their amazing design offers luxurious all year round comfort. . Relax in the spa on your private deck, enjoy a glass of local wine and soak up the wildlife all around you...
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Rio Varen wrote a review Oct 2020
Perth, Australia81 contributions4 helpful votes
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We had some really high expectations of this accommodation ever since we made the booking. We’ve read the reviews, did our homework, and the excitement was sky high the day before the trip. And boy, they didn’t disappoint. We’ve seen the photos of people who stayed here before, but actually being inside the dome was such a mind-blowing experience! The serenity, calmness, and peacefulness of the surroundings were unbelievable. We felt that we were being transported to a different world, a paradise where time doesn’t matter. My wife and I came here to celebrate our wedding anniversary and we loved every minute of our stay. We definitely recommend Mile End Glamping for a truly unique and memorable experience while visiting the South West.
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Date of stay: September 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from C Ford, General Manager at Mile End Glamping
Responded 9 Oct 2020
Thank you for your very kind comments and we’re so pleased that we met all of your expectations! Hope to welcome you again soon. MEG team
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Poikime wrote a review Jun 2020
Perth, Western Australia, Australia1667 contributions268 helpful votes
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What a unique stay at Mile End! Finally YAY! Due to the virus, I had to put this place on hold, but the moment the restriction was lifted and the dome was available last weekend, I was excited. So overall, I am happy with my stay...but I do have a few issues. Firstly, the dome really is beautiful and definitely sits right at the top as a 'unique' stay. I was told by the owner that the dome is bought from USA. It's very smartly designed, huge huge dome so it's very spacious inside. The huge glasses allowed maximum view and lighting inside and also for stargazing at nighttime (if the weather was good). Speaking of weather, and if you look at their IG account, you would be so tempted to take as many pictures as possible (like me). However, again, that was only achievable if the weather was good. Otherwise forget about it. I was praying hard for a better weather, but unfortunately, the weather was crap for my whole stay :-( Anyway, there were enough essential amenities inside: a kitchen (with only microwave and bbq outside), TV with some dvds collection (no tv signal), board games and a gas heater for cold nights (though bear in mind, it's not nearly enough to warm up the whole dome, but there's heater from AC), comfy chairs to sit and read with the view. No wifi, but my optus worked well here. I loved loved loved the luxurious bed and bathroom. No problem with the hot shower and for us ladies, there's even a hairdryer :-) Lastly, of course, the amazing OUTDOOR BATHTUB!!!! It's so good lounging in it for hours with wine and crackers. You would wake up to the birds singing (gosh the kookaburras here are particularly loud), cows mooing, sheeps grazing and kangaroos hopping around. In fact, I saw an albino kangaroo here!!! Location is perfect, easy to find and not too far to Margaret River. There are heaps of local eateries and cafes suggested in the info book. Now move on to the few issues I encountered: - Noise from neighbour dome - It's very unfortunate and disappointing to have a noisy neighbour. There are 2 domes in the property and as much as I love them, I do think they are too close to each other. Upon arriving, my first fear straight away was 'Oh gosh I hope I wouldn't be able to hear the next door dome' but alas, I could and the domes are not soundproof. So if you're as unlucky as me and had a noisy neighbour who's not being considerate of others, be prepared to hear some noises when they're outside at the wooden deck, the sound of their tv or even some of their talkings. In fact, on the 1st night, I was forced to walk to their dome in my pj at midnight (it's 12.15AM! AM!!!) to ask them to turn their tv down because they had it SO LOUD. It's ridiculous and absolutely ruined my sleep. I was gonna call the owner, but because it's already past midnight, I decided to take matters into my own hand. They apologized and turned down the tv. - The outdoor bathtub was amazing, but I do think the water could/should be hotter because being outside, it meant it's colder and the hot water would get cold quickly too. And obviously if it rained, you wouldn't be able to use it, but thankfully I got my timing right so I was still able to use the bathtub twice. - The path leading to the domes was quite slippery due to the green moss. I slipped a couple of times, but thankfully didn't fall hahaha so do be careful esp after it rained. So that's all my review for Mile End Glamping. It's really nice meeting the owner, her mom and her son when I checked out. I told them about my issue on the 1st night and they're very apologetic about it, but it's not their fault at all. Despite the issues, I would hope to come back again in other better season, maybe autumn or spring and hopefully would get a better neighbour who's more responsible and respectful. I would also happily recommend this place to others.
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Date of stay: June 2020
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Chaoticscribbles wrote a review Dec 2019
Biggleswade, United Kingdom43 contributions8 helpful votes
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Myself and partner visited here for a couple of nights and absolutely fell in love with the place. The drive up the gravel road seeing the domes come into view was exciting and then walking up to our dome just exceeded all expectations. The views were gorgeous, over paddocks with kangaroos jumping around and beautiful green and blue parrots flying around overhead. The decking was a perfect seating area for cooking on the bbq and chilling in the jacuzzi bath. Although the flies were particularly aggressive on one of the nights and despite the domes providing natural insect repellent had to eat inside to stop the harassment. The bed was super comfortable and unbeatable views on both sunny mornings we woke up. The air conditioning was on in full as the temperatures were 30+ outside, this made the domes comfortable to sleep in and relax in. The bathroom was high quality and couldn't find anything to grumble about. Even when the BBQ ran out of gas, one phone call and 5 minutes later a lovely called Ben pulled up outside to change this over for us. The entire stay was faultless and we really wish we had stayed a little longer to fully soak it all in. This was only a 30 minute drive from the caves which we explored during the day (mammoth cave and lake cave) and the town of margaret river was closer than that and looked bustling with restaurants and shops to choose from. Our only slight gripe was there was no normal oven only a microwave convection oven which made the dinner we had planned trickier to do. But the BBQ was fantastic so we just had to adapt. There was also about a trillion flies that wouldnt leave you alone while sat outside on one of the warmer nights, despite the natural insect repellent the dome provides for you in a little spray. But again, you're in the countryside and nothing can spoil that! Would absolutely recommend if you want a peaceful romantic retreat away from the conventional.
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Date of stay: December 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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@Mr_travelrelentlessly wrote a review Jun 2019
Scarborough, Australia5 contributions
We saw this as a treat to ourselves & it absolutely was exactly that. The accommodation is very well appointed with quality appliances and luxurious furniture. The bed was particularily comfortable. We travelled in the "winter months" so we would recommend you take warm lounge-wear. But there was nothing better than settling in with a book, a bottle of local wine and turning the gas fire on. The cows in the field prove for some interesting viewing too. The bath (spa) and BBQ on the decking were spotless. We would highly recommend this place, especially if you venture to the surrounds and bring back some local produce to enjoy in your luxury dome.
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Date of stay: September 2018
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Natalie P wrote a review Feb 2019
Frankston, Australia36 contributions1 helpful vote
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Wow...what a stay!! We spent 2 nights at Mile End and it was totally worth it...we were there for our honeymoon and it was such a comfortable and luxurious stay. The hosts have really done an incredible job in preparing the bubble domes...excellent finishes, great layout and sensational deck, spa and views - absolutely loved it...I can’t imagine anyone would ever be disappointed staying here...
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Date of stay: February 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from Carrie G, Guest Relations Manager at Mile End Glamping
Responded 28 Feb 2019
Thanks for choosing to stay with us for such a special occasion! We’re very happy to hear your enjoyed your time with us. We hope to welcome you again in the future. Thank you for your kind review. MEG team
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USD 261 - USD 342 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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AustraliaWestern AustraliaYelverton
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Frequently Asked Questions about Mile End Glamping
Which popular attractions are close to Mile End Glamping?
Nearby attractions include Discover Deadly (5.5 km), Anniebrook Wine and Flower Emporium (3.8 km), and John Streater Fine Furniture Gallery (4.3 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Mile End Glamping?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a spa, free parking, and airport transportation.
Which room amenities are available at Mile End Glamping?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, air conditioning, and a refrigerator.
Is parking available at Mile End Glamping?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Mile End Glamping?
Conveniently located restaurants include Rivendell Winery, Aravina Vineyard Restaurant, and Anniebrook Wine and Flower Emporium Cafe.
Does Mile End Glamping have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Mile End Glamping offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Mile End Glamping?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and French.
Are there any historical sites close to Mile End Glamping?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Ellensbrook (15.9 km) and Vasse Markets (11.2 km).