Kit Kat Cottage is a historic 2 storey cottage on the edge of the township of Burra, South Australia. The top floor has two bedrooms with one opening out onto a balcony - great for a morning coffee or enjoying the sun. A cosy lounge completes upstairs.
Downstairs you’ll find a fully appointed kitchen, breakfast room, large lounge room with wood heater and the bathroom.
One flight of original steep stairs links the bedrooms with the living, kitchen and bathroom areas downstairs.
The structure of the cottage is of heritage significance and so stairs and steps are steeper than modern day dwellings.
Close to Clare Valley wine region and local eateries. The perfect place to stay and relax for the weekend or on your way to The Flinders Ranges, Yorke and Eyre Peninsulas.
We greet our guests on arrival to handover keys and introduce you to the property. Don’t hesitate to contact us before, on your way or during your stay. We want you to enjoy your time and are always happy to help.
Share our large garden with us - each season with its own beauty. Wander through hidden Kit Kat Forest or just enjoy sitting out under the trees.
Parking is provided on the property.
We provide a great range of breakfast and snack provisions which are included in your nightly tariff.
Bread, rolls and croissants
Jam, honey, vegemite and peanut paste
Eggs, bacon, mushrooms, tomatoes
Locally produced snacks and truffles
Fairtrade tea and coffee
Coffee pods, hot chocolate and herbal teas
We are happy to help you with special dietary requirements.
Arriving late or just want really relax on arrival ?
We can provide soup and fresh crusty bread in winter or a salad platter in summer at $10 per person if required. Just let us know - we’re here to help
Wood and kindling is provided in winter.
We’ll get everything started prior to your arrival.
Explore Burra - a wonderful heritage town full of history.
Traditional country pub meals
Watch the world go by with a coffee at one or many of the local cafes
Test out the pasties and see which shop makes your favourite
Visit the sites with a heritage pass available at the Visitor Centre
Walk the streets and check out the lovely architecture - grand and humble
Feed the ducks down at Burra Creek - food is available at the Information Centre
Enjoy the wonderful public gardens maintained by volunteers and our local Council
Use Burra as a hub to venture out to nearby Gilbert Valley and Clare Valley regions
Immerse yourself in wine and wheat country
Ask a local what they love about Burra