Jarramarrumba is the Peramangk people's word for 'this is a good place'. We are sure you will agree.
Hosted bed and breakfast means we even cook your breakfast for you. Liz will prepare what our guests tell us is the 'best brekkie in the hills' for you to enjoy in our new gallery cafe or while taking in the view from the deck.
Jarramarrumba House and studio is so much more than just a bed for the night. You are welcome to explore our 40 acres, relax in the guest lounge or just take in the view from the veranda.
You can choose to stay in the self contained studio or one of the double rooms in Jarramarrumba House both of which have their own bathroom. Between them we can accommodate up to six adults.
The studio also has a sofa bed for children, plus we can set up a cot in any of the rooms if required.
We look forward to welcoming you into our home.
There's more than enough things to do in the Adelaide Hills to keep you occupied for weeks. Apart from world class wineries, restaurants, galleries and family attractions there's some beautiful country to explore by car, foot, bike or even horseback.
Here are just a few suggestions close to us.
Free entry to the Cedars - all our guests get a free pass to visit the home of Hans Heysen in Hahndorf.
Historic Murals, Nairne - This historic township has a growing number of stunning wall mounted murals. Painted by local artists they depict the history of the first township to be founded in South Australia.
Monarto zoo, Monarto - a 1,000 hectare open-range sanctuary undertaking a major role nationally and internationally in breeding programs for rare and endangered species.
Melba's Chocolate Factory, Woodside , is the oldest family-owned chocolate manufacturer in Australia.
Jupiter Creek Gold Diggings Trail, Echunga - A historical walking trail through the remains of the Jupiter Creek gold mines
Our property is called Jarramarrumba House which is the Peramangk people's word for 'this is a good place'. We hope you agree.
Please feel free to explore our 40 acres. Take a stroll around the garden, find a quite spot to pause and take in the views. On a clear day, if you look to the south you can see all the way to Lake Alexandrina some 60k away
Alternatively take a twenty minute walk around the main paddock. Take in the fire tree and then back up the Southern boundary, stopping to enjoy the views to the lake.
Relax on the terrace, lounge on the lawn, or just wander through the gardens.