Ratings based on 21 Verified Reviews
4.8 Room cleanliness
4.9 Service & staff
4.4 Room comfort
4.5 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from exmouth- western Australia
A very welcoming B and B- very comfortable room anPosted Jul 9, 2017 on Wotif
We have decided that B and B's are a lovely way to meet locals and talk to others that are traveling. We had a lovely time here and it was just out of town but it is best to have a car.
Comment from Hotel Management
Jul 17, 2017 by Sheila, Hotel Management
Thank you for taking the time to write such a lovely review.
by Chee Tiang
Basic comforts with no frills or ambiancePosted Apr 7, 2017 on Hotels
The quality of breakfasts and the std of the rooms and hosting have generally been accurately described by prior reviewers. The ambiance of the facility is greatly lessened by the unkept nature of the yard/ driveway which effectively confined guests indoors. We found the guest lounge to be very small and could not imagine how one might share it with potentially two other couples.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from singapore
Home away from homePosted Jun 11, 2016
it was my husband's first time staying in a bed and breakfast and Sheila and John did not disappoint! They provided towels for our whale shark experience,snorkelling gear for turquoise bay and yummy breakfasts every morning.we couldn't have asked for a better start to our honeymoon!
by Janet from Indiana, USA
Ningaloo Bed and BreakfastPosted 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.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Perth, WA (USA originally)
Better service than just any hotelPosted Jun 16, 2015 on Wotif
Pros: Great brekky and all the extras, loaned out cooler, snorkel equipment and beach tent really made the vacation.
Cons: Shower was usable and not too bad but could do with an upgrade. New head and curtain.
Location: Go swim with the Whale Sharks. Most amazing thing ever. Snorkel at Turquoise bay, try the drift loop and go for a hike in the cape ranges.
Sheila and Jon were excellent hosts. They made a beautiful brekky every morning that managed to fill the appetite of my very hungry boyfriend. The rooms were lovely. Our shower could use a little descaling and the bed was a bit too soft for us. However, the amenities made up for any downsides. Sheila and Jon loaned us a cooler bag with ice blocks for our lunches as there is no food or stores on the other side of the peninsula. They loaned us some fins and would have supplied masks too if we didn't have our own for snorkeling. They even let us borrow a beach tent which was great for my rather fair skinned partner. Their recommendations for meals were spot on, the BBQ Father was delicious and authentic (I'm American so I know good BBQ), the Gumbo at Whaler's was yummy and the fish and chips at Blue lips was spot on. I would definitely come back to the Ningaloo B & B and I would recommend it to others visiting Exmouth.
by Arthur from Toronto
A great hostess!Posted May 1, 2015 on Hotels
Sheila took wonderful care of us and made us feel as if her home was our home. She was very helpful with suggestions as to what to do in the area, provided wonderful breakfasts and even lent us snorkelling gear. We would recommend her B&B to anyone travelling to Exmouth.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Bristol, UK
Nice B&B with excellent hostsPosted Apr 19, 2015
Greeted at airport which was a nice surprise. Simple B&B with nice room. Excellent service and help from Sheila. A little way out from Exmouth so own transport essential.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from California
Welcoming B&B on the Ningaloo CoastPosted Jan 5, 2015
Pros: Sheila and John are SO welcoming and helpful
Cons: The free internet occasionally dropped connections.
Location: The Ningaloo Coast World Heritage area offers amazing reef snorkeling within meters of the beaches, with varied and beautiful fish and corals.
Extremely friendly and helpful staff made for an excellent stay in Exmouth. We were given a detailed overview of the area when we arrived that made planning or stay very easy. An excellent breakfast with lots of fresh fruits, jams and coffee. Sheila offered us snorkeling equipment to use on the reefs, as well as suggestions for the best places to swim and see the wild like. Fun hikes in the Cape Range National Park, but take plenty of water as it gets very hot, even on the short hikes. Wallabies and kangaroos to be spotted everywhere, and if you are luck a turtle as well.
by Rosalind Steel from Victoria
Posted Sep 22, 2014 on Hotels
The accommodation is overpriced for what is available. The TV (in the shared lounge) was not working, and there seemed to be no urgency to have it repaired. No radio, however a large on was supplied on request. The front of the place is undergoing it formation - it currently looks like a building site. Breakfast is only Continental - tiny amounts of chopped fruit, uninteresting bread and supermarket jams,... Surely a B&B can do better than this in WA - it certainly can in Victoria!
by A verified traveler
Posted Jul 31, 2014 on Hotels