Open the blue door and be welcomed upon arrival by a complementary bottle of local Ballast Stone wine and cheese platter.
Set in the heritage district of Goolwa, the studio has been built around an original stable wall, in its second life, an artist's studio.
Now it's whitewashed walls are home to a charming open plan, fully equipped kitchen, living and dining area, with overhead mezzanine sleeping loft. Here you will find a luxuriously comfortable bed, dressed in the finest linen.
Double height floor to ceiling glass, with a large sliding door, floods the studio with light and provides access to the private courtyard. It's ivy clad walls and rustic brick paving beneath the largest nectarine tree you will ever see, is the perfect shady spot for a morning coffee, Nespresso machine provided, or alfresco dining.
The lounge area is lit by a large romantic chandelier, decorated with original artworks and furnished with an elegant, but snuggly sofa. A TV/DVD, and library, along with dock provide all your entertainment needs.
The all white bathroom is modest, but the shower is generous and supplied with gorgeous natural products.
A couple of retro vintage bikes are available on request, to take advantage of the wonderful bike path that follows the coast from Goolwa to Victor Harbour.
Also available for $50, is the Gourmet Getaway Hamper, including Skara bacon, free range eggs from our own happy hens, tomato, mushrooms and spinach, toasted muesli, milk and yoghurt, a crusty loaf with butter and a selection of Beerenberg jams, as well as coffee pods, a selection of teas and chocolate chip biscuits.
Just a couple of minutes walk from the Main Street, with cafes, shops, pubs and galleries, or Goolwa Wharf where you can enjoy a weekend market, catch the Cockle train to neighbouring seaside towns or cruise the Coorong. Home to a thriving boating community and an abundance of bird life there's always something of interest along the river. And of course there's miles of beach just over a kilometre away, which has 4 wheel drive access. Popular for swimming, fishing, surfing and cockling or just walking for miles and miles. Further afield are a multitude of wineries, with both the McLaren Vale and Langhorne Creek at your fingertips, or Deep Creek National Park for some really spectacular scenery. It's all there for you to enjoy