The SpaceA large private bedroom with a high ceiling and ceiling fan in an historic cottage, with all the foibles of an over 145-year-old cute but quirky heritage building, where you can expect a friendly welcome, clean room, comfortable bed, great shower and breakfast!
Your bedroom sleeps one or two in a comfortable queen bed.
When extra heating or cooling is required, reverse-cycle air-conditioning complements the fan.
Complimentary light continental breakfast offered (If you have particular dietary requirements, such as gluten-free bread or cereal, just let me know on booking). Guest Access• Private bed-sitting room
• Own television
• Shared bathroom
• Off-street parking
• Courtyard garden
• Free Wifi
• Breakfast Interaction with GuestsWe are available to give you any information or advice you require, whilst respecting your privacy.
If you have any questions or problems, please let us know at the time so we can address them for you - we want you to enjoy your stay! The NeighborhoodOur home is a city-centre heritage stone cottage, in a quiet, leafy street (one of the oldest residential streets in the cbd) safe for walking and cycling.
It is half a block from a variety of cafes and restaurants, pubs, library, post office, dry cleaner, hairdresser, banks, supermarkets and a couple of good wine shops.
This is THE BEST location for access to the Fringe, Womad, Adelaide Festival and everything Adelaide is famous for.
Walk to universities, market, theatres and cinemas. Stroll through the Botanic Gardens and along elegant North Terrace to visit the Museum, State Art Gallery, State Library, Parliament House, Government House, four universities and the National Wine Centre. Visit Rundle Mall, the Central Market and Chinatown. Amble along the riverbank and perhaps embark on a short cruise on "Popeye". Visit the zoo and see the pandas as well as myriad Australian native birds and animals. Visit Adelaide's re-vitalised laneway eateries such as Peel-Leigh Street, and check out the bars, coffee shops and excellent restaurants. Hear the Adelaide Symphony or catch some theatre, maybe one of the live music venues is more your thing... All of this and much more is on your doorstep. Getting AroundAn easy short walk to all points of the city, free inner-city tram and bus, free city bikes half a block away. Taxis. Pedicabs. Uber.
Easy access to buses/trams/trains to the excellent beaches, hills and further afield. Cycle from city to beach along the Torrens River Linear Path and jump on the train back with your free city bike.
Take a tour or hire a car to visit the wine regions surrounding Adelaide: the Barossa, the Hills, McLaren Vale and Coonawarra, or further afield to the Limestone Coast.
Catch the ferry to Kangaroo Island.
As an experienced traveller, who knows Adelaide well, I'm happy to help you with any bookings/planning/advice you require. Other Things to Note• Adelaide is a great little city - enjoy your stay!