Originally the former residence to Mr. Charles Dumas and his family, founder of the local newspaper The Courier in the 1860s. This heritage listed homestead made from local stone has been lovingly restored back to its former glory. From its high decorative ceilings to its three beautifully presented open fireplaces, this homestead radiates the charm and character of yesteryear, for the total enjoyment and relaxation experience for those who choose to stay.
Dumas House accommodates up to three couples at any one time with the bedrooms providing a grand style with the classic heritage feel. Areas to unwind, relax and reminisce over the days spectacular outings to the nearby tourist attractions such as the lush vineyards of the Barossa Valley, Pristine beaches of Victor Harbor, the wetlands and cliffs of the beautiful River Murray or the breathetaking views of the Adelaide Hills.
At the end of the day lose yourself in the modern bathroom with spa. Then head out to one of the many restaurants and historic pubs serving the best of local produce this area has to offer.
CHARACTER AND CHARM
Why not stay in and indulge the senses with the large entertainment areas of Dumas House. Tasteful heritage style decor with modern appliances compliment the feel of this homestead. A fully equipped modern kitchen, pool side alfresco dining and bbq facilities are available. Beautifully maintained gardens and rolling lawns, combined with the convenience of a wide range shops nearby guarantees a memorable stay.