Really enjoyed our stay here. We were self-drive travellers rather than tour groups but despite this received a friendly welcome from the hosts who showed us around and assisted us with our bags. Our tent was beautifully appointed with great views out to the ranges below (please note, not all the tents have such an open view as some face inwards).
Evening dinner was pleasant as was breakfast. As noted already, the camp is frequented by APT tour groups and as such the rest of people eating were older and part of the tour. This didn't post a problem as long as you don't mind getting stuck in, they were welcoming enough.
The staff were very friendly and helpful.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Bell Gorge Wilderness Lodge boasts an enviable position, and a delightful sprawling lawn on which to relax and take in the spectacular sunsets and sunrises. Just metres off the Gibb River Road and close to the Imintji Aboriginal community, the lodge takes full advantage of its prime Indigenous-owned site, with magnificent views of the King Leopold escarpment stretching to the horizon. Bell Gorge Wilderness Lodge offers 24 Standard tented cabins with twin beds and private ensuites, all providing hot showers, flushing toilets, fresh linen, doona's and fluffy pillows. They feature a spacious front deck sporting comfortable chairs and amazing aspects across the Kimberley Outback. All our room rates include a gourmet three-course dinner, featuring the region's finest flavours, and a sumptuous buffet breakfast. Our Lodge is fully licensed and we have a range of beer, wine and mixed drinks available to purchase to complement our tantalising food. ... more less
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