Melbourne Street Mews is a 1840's cottage consisting of two luxurious suites, with an interconnecting door with two ensuites, two person spa marble bathrooms and showers with under floor heating, two master size bedrooms, both with queen beds, two jarrah galley kitchenettes and a drawing room with an open gas log fire as well as private walled courtyard.
Hop on the FREE CONNECTOR BUS every 15 minutes between 8am- 6pm 7 days a week, which takes you between all ports of interest in the city one complete circuit takes approx 1 ¼ hours with frequent stops to all the attractions including the Central Market the oldest and most vibrant market in Australia, The South Australian Art Gallery and Museum, the fabulous Adelaide Cricket Oval and take a behind the scenes tour of the hand operated Score Board.
THINGS TO DO WHILE IN NORTH ADELAIDE
Within a 5 minute walk:
Famous Adelaide Cricket Oval
2 major parklands
Adelaide Aquatic Centre
Luxurious 'Next Generation' Sports/Spa and Health Centre
All the pretiest churches used for weddings in Adelaide
Historic walking trails
Art deco Picadilly Cinema with 3 up to the minute theatres
Specialist shops including best range of hairdressers in Adelaide.
DINING IN NORTH ADELAIDE
North Adelaide is blessed with the widest and best selection of restaurants and cafes in Adelaide. From the top award winning silver service eateries, 10 restored hotels, many ethnic restaurants and a proliferation of casual well designed cafes all featuring personalised service Our staff are familiar with all of these options and their proprieters and are happy to help you with your selection
North Adelaide is the home of sophisticated dining, with themes, be it sommeliers, wood fired pizzas, cook your own steak, bars with tons of ambience, Thai, Chinese and Vietnamese, the home of the 24hour bakery, the O'Connell Street specialty - the A.B, you name it - North Adelaide has it
A number of our guests reasons to stay in North Adelaide is related to the areas abundance of restaurants, cafes and hotel nightlife
The Drawing Room features 1930's den armchairs formally belonged to the great Sir Donald Bradman and most recently a signed Cricket bat, circa 1990 made of Indian Kashmiri Willow, encased in a display cabinet paying homage to 'The Don' ; Australia's most loved and unbeatable cricket hero The private rear Tuscan walled garden has a water fountain and a very old apple and fig tree. The interior design is Tuscan and contemporary with touches of the antique. Melbourne Street Mews' location is excellent, as it is situated amongst the Cafes of Melbourne Street, close to the famous East End of Adelaide with its fascinating 19th Century buildings and numerous cafes and avante garde cinemas.
Detailed visitor information & booking service available
Complimentary selection of T bar tea, instant & plunger coffee
Selection of International glossy magazines & novels
Complimentary delivery of Room Service from 'Beyond India'
Metres from the Adelaide Connector Bus stop featuring the world's first Solar Bus, 'Tindo' operating daily from 8AM to 6PM.