Ningaloo Bed and Breakfast
Posted Dec 4, 2015 on Hotels
Sheila provided us with heaps of information on the Cape Range National Park and the restaurants in Exmouth. Every morning we were greeted with a yummy breakfast, lots of fresh fruit and many types of homemade jams for the toast. Coffee (or tea), cereal selections, and yogurt rounded out the choices. You are asked to request the time you would like breakfast (i.e., breakfast is served around your schedule, not a specified time only.) John put together a complete set of snorkel equipment and we were also provided with a cooler and ice packs for our days in the park. The southern edge of Cape Range is about 97 k from the B&B so you do need to get up early and get going to beat the heat, but lots of beaches to cool you off. Roos and emus make post dusk driving a bit nerve wracking, but we still managed dinner in Exmouth every night. Just drive back at 60 k so you have plenty of time to react. All in all, a lovely and memorable stay at the Ningaloo B&B.