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Reviewed 25 August 2023 via mobile

Our stay at The Homestead was everything we hoped for! Amazing location, beautiful facilities, delicious food & staff for whom nothing was too much trouble. A small group of like minded travellers to share meals & conversation with was also a highlight of our stay. We took the opportunity to relax & soak up our time at The Homestead, also taking part in some of the tours on offer. A wonderful experience.

Date of stay: August 2023
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank Elise H
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Reviewed 24 August 2023

A lovely place, the accommodation and food are excellent and the setting matchless. Accommodation in Western Australia can be disappointing but El Quester homestead is truly deserving of the description luxury hotel

Date of stay: June 2023
Trip type: Travelled solo
Thank simoncaymandodd
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Reviewed 20 August 2023

The original Station come tourist stopover on the Gibb River Road.
We stayed in a riverside studio and our friends camped.
You must do the river gorge cruise and hike up to Emma Gorge.
We also hiked along the river and drove up to lookouts to watch the sunsets.
Nice lively bar and excellent restaurant.

Date of stay: August 2023
Trip type: Travelled with friends
Thank 129guyd
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Reviewed 7 August 2023

We loved staying here. The campsite is set up so well for families. There are beautiful grass areas, amenities are fresh and regularly cleaned with disability access and family shower rooms. The bar and live music has a great vibe with good cocktails on offer. The cafeteria offers excellent pizzas. We ate at the steakhouse and thought it was pretty good value given the high quality of the meals and the remoteness. The service was excellent across the homestead. The coffee at the steakhouse in the mornings was very welcomed and our daughter loved being able to get a babychino with marshmallows! We really enjoyed being so close to so many wonderful hikes, swimming hole and outlooks, such a wonderful place for adventures with the family! Our daughter was also very taken with the resident “cranky” donkey, Julie (though we didn’t find her to be cranky! 😂

Date of stay: August 2023
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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1  Thank bekh82
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Reviewed 28 July 2023 via mobile

Magical, but could do with an update….
I have been wanting to stay at El Questro Homestead since I found out about Luxury Lodges of Australia about 8 years ago. It was wonderful to be there at last, the experience was excellent and we felt very special being there. We were met by Liz, who had our itinerary organised. We also were met with cold towels each time we came back to the homestead. A lovely touch but sometimes, due to the weather and the swimming activities, it would be nicer to have hot towels! The staff, Jack, Hannah, Kat and Kayleigh were lovely and the guides, Holly, Phil and Ange were excellent. However I felt the rooms were a bit dated and would benefit from upgrades to showers, lighting and windows. It was very cold in the mornings when we were there and at night, and extra open fires, space heaters and blankets would be great. I think bifold double glazed windows would be great all round the outdoor area. A better stocked minibar in the rooms would be expected for the prices. Aesop toiletries great but towels could be fluffier. I feel very spoilt saying all this but for the amount we paid, I expect more fastidious attention. The food and drink were excellent and wonderfully served and explained. The other thing I found irritating was that we were self driving and once we arrived at El Questro Station there was absolutely no signage to the Homestead. I realise this is to stop onlookers but there must have been something better for us than to queue at the camp reception and ask for directions ( which were good and given without issue)
I think El Questro is a great location and a magical place to stay but it could be done so much better with just a little thought

Date of stay: July 2023
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank biznbob
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