Our place near the beach was originally built in the 1920s and has been renovated inside to give guest updated amenities with 4 large bedrooms, master with ensuite. Within walking distance of Largs beach and The Largs Pier Hotel and only 10 minutes walk from Semaphore and very close to public transport to the city its the perfect spot to enjoy the beauty of Adelaide and its beaches.
Largs Bay is a sensational beachside suburb that has many turn of the century character residences positioned in wide tree lined streets in the sought after coastal strip and offers a great seaside lifestyle for families and professionals. The Pier Hotel is a great place to grab a meal with lots of history where iconic Aussie rock bands used to play in the 70s and 80s you will find entertainment on friday and saturday nights. Queenies is across the road and does wonderful coffee and breakfast or drop in for lunch. At the end of the Largs jetty is a fantastic fish and chip spot and playground for the kids or stroll along the foreshore down to Semaphore. With an easy train ride into the city to access the Festival Centre, Casino, Adelaide Oval, Central Markets, Rundle Mall and sporting events like the Tour Down under. It offers a fully equipped kitchen with nespresso machine, your own laundry facilities, t.v. with netflix. Basic pantry items milk and some nespresso capsules are supplied if you feel the need to cook. Large fridge and freezer for your food. Stay cool in summer and warm in winter with ducted reverse cycle air conditioner throughout the house.
Just pack your toothbrush and bathers. An outdoor BBQ and table and chairs to relax out the back. Or take the kids to the beach and watch the surf riders or do a spot of crabbing off the jetty a small eski, beach chairs and sun tent to take down the beach and boogie boards for the kids supplied.
Maybe stroll along the foreshore to Semaphore Beachside which has a nostalgic vibe, with antiques shops in Victorian buildings, quirky organic cafes and historic pubs serving craft beers. Semaphore Beach attracts families to its shallow waters, and the grassy foreshore has a waterslide complex and 1920s carousel. A navigational ball drops daily at the 1875 Time Ball Tower, and the Semaphore and Fort Glanville Tourist Railway departs from the 1860 jetty. Or enjoy a film at the Odeon Star for just $8.
Or pop on the train to Port Adelaide and visit the Railway Museum and Maritime Museum, Markets and galleries. There is a folder with all the information needed to explore the surrounding areas and suggestions for day trips to the Barossa wine regions and the Adelaide hills.
When you arrive have a coffee on us just pop a capsule in the machine and milk from the fridge and relax.