Luxury hosted ecolodge in the Adelaide Hills. In a peaceful valley only 40 minutes from Adelaide CBD and 15 minutes from freeway connections at Stirling, but beautifully secluded. Scott Creek Conservation Park on the property’s boundary offers scenic bushland walks, with wineries and picturesque traditional villages nearby.
Just relax and meander around the property... Or find lots more to enjoy in the Adelaide Hills. Hahndorf, Blackwood, Stirling, Mt Barker are all about 15 minutes away, with restaurants, public library, post office, hotels, pharmacies, banking, supermarkets, coffee shops, art galleries…
Two king-size rooms with ensuite bathrooms share a private guest lounge with TV, library and kitchenette. Only one booking at a time ensures your privacy. Room rate of $160 for two guests includes a deliciously filling continental breakfast and complimentary fruit bowl, biscuit barrel and late afternoon cheese platter. Bed configuration can be either double or twin for up to 4 people. Extras guests per night: $60 per adult, $30 per child under twelve.
Cooked breakfast, lunch and evening meal, gourmet bbq pack, gourmet backpacks for bushwalking and picnic hampers for touring are available on request at additional cost. Wifi available. Larger groups may occupy the whole house independently self-catering cost, cleaning charge and security bond negotiable. Single guest discount and 10 discount for longer stays.
Sorry, pets are not allowed as we are on the boundary of a national conservation park and the wild life is free to wander around the property. Smoking is not allowed within the house or close surrounds.
Wander through the ruins of 19th gold and silver mining projects at Scott Creek and Echunga.
Plan a game of golf at Blackwood, Echunga, Stirling or Mt Lofty or horse riding in the local forests. Ride a bike along the hills bike trails. Go hiking across the hills and valleys.
Eat out in historic Hahndorf or gorgeous Stirling.
Time your visit to coincide with international events such as Tour Down Under, Clipsal 500, Australian International Three Day Equestrian Event, Adelaide Festival of Arts and Womad -- all are within easy reach. Wine and food festivals abound in this region.
Ask about gourmet picnics for bushwalking or local sightseeing, touring maps and expert advice about the local region. Drop off and pickup can be negotiated for bushwalking, dining and winery tours.
Public transport to the city and other destinations departs from Stirling bus and Blackwoodtrain, only 15 minutes away. Transport to airport, city or local events can be negotiated.