Stanley Cottage is a lovely stone cottage situated in a quiet tree lined street in North Adelaide, one street from Melbourne Street with its array of restaurants, open air cafes and boutiques and it is on the Free bus loop around North Adelaide and the City. The city is 1.5kms from North Adelaide.
The cottage has a queen bedroom featuring Australia Huon Pine antique furnishings, a second mezzanine bedroom above the living room with a double bed, a bathroom with a walk in shower, parquetry floored living room with a large picture window overlooking the vine clad rear private courtyard. There is off street free parking for one vehicle behind the cottage and a self-catering equipped galley kitchen. There is also a washer dryer. There is also a double sofa bed in the lounge area.
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:
Adelaide Botanic Gardens
Famous Adelaide Cricket Oval
2 major parklands
Adelaide Aquatic Centre
Luxurious 'Next Generation' Sports/Spa and Health Centre
All the prettiest 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
Was bought, restored and added to North Adelaide Heritage Group collection in June 2001. Stanley Cottage was built in 1880. Historically this cottage together with a number of adjoining others were built as a philanthropic gesture by wealthy colonial benefactors Names such as Elder, Barr Smith, Bonython, Simpson, Simms & Murray only 37 years after the colony was founded. They were essentially for aged and poor widows.
Externally the cottage remains remarkably original, complemented to the west by cottages of similar scale & detailing. The extent and nature of these rows is reminiscent of 'Almshouses', such rows rarely found in South Australia. Typical Twiss touches are used aesthetically as well as practically, such as a real wall mounted wooden propeller blade from a bi-plane, substantial collectors Tasmanian Huon pine chest of eight drawers and robe, Ariston Hi-tech washer/dryer, large flat screen TV, a museum condition, double sofa bed, gilt mirrors and a selection of exciting large limited edition prints. Lighting, both natural and artificial is superb at all times. Colouring is three shades of light crème which tones warmly with the highly polished Baltic floors. The wide boulevard is quiet but still close to the avant garde cafes of Melbourne St 100 metres & some of North Adelaide's most historic bars. Some of the best walks in the city emanate from here.
Detailed visitor information & booking service available
Complimentary selection of Twinings 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.