Villa 15 - Albany Beachside Accommodation
Villa 15 offers you latest and best when it comes
to holiday accommodation in Albany. Fully self contained with all
the amenities that you would expect of modern holiday accommodation.
Villa 15 caters for couples right up to families of six. There's plenty of
room for everyone with three spacious bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Nestled between two of Albany's premier locations, Middleton Beach and Emu
point, and well away from traffic. Villa 15 is an ideal spot for a safe, quiet
and relaxing holiday in Albany.
Take a stroll along the pristine white sands of Middleton beach located just
a few meters away or just relax and soak up the Albany sunshine. Fancy something
a little more active! Have a hit of golf on Albany's world renowned links golf
course located just next door or hire a bike and take in the breath taking
scenery of Middleton Bay along the bike track that passes by.
Fire up the gas BBQ and relax in the afternoon sun with your favourite book in
the privacy of your own courtyard or just sit back in air-conditioned comfort
and watch a DVD with the family. At night, let the soothing sounds of the surf
lull you into a deep restful sleep.
If you're looking for quality holiday accommodation in Albany WA, choose Villa 15.
"VGreat location, clean, excellent value for money, very comfortable bed,& nice & quiet location."
Joanne - May 2015
"Very well presented and spacious Would recommend it to friends."
Daphene - May 2015
Cosy place for a weekend
"Stayed there for 2 nights and it was an amazing experience! The place was clean and tidy when we arrived. Comfortable to stay and convenient with cooking facilities provided...Definitely enjoyed the experience and we will stay there again!"
Mei - March 2015
"Thanks again Paul, this was our third stay at Villa 15. Always clean, and convienient to all of Albany's wonderful attractions. Our 8 night holiday was full of trips to Emu Point, Middleton beach and coffee at Dylan's. We love to stay at Villa 15 and will be back again soon."
Sarah - December 2014