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Homes & Holiday Rentals in Naracoorte

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Situated in a quiet street a short walk into the centre of town, our modern, air conditioned, fully self-contained queen bedroom apartment allows you to be accommodated in a relaxed and elegant atmosphere with both inside and outside living areas.
The Tuckshop comfortably sleeps 2 people, however, can accommodate up to 4 using the sofa bed located in the living room (additional charges apply). We take pride in offering you fresh seasonal fruit and locally sourced provisions for both continental and cooked breakfasts. We supply Tri Nature bathroom, laundry and kitchen products that are eco friendly, made from natural and renewable materials. Not only do we provide rainwater to all outlets (except the toilet) but we also offer filtered rainwater for drinking. We have full laundry facilities and a private north - east facing outdoor entertaining deck which includes a Weber bbq.
Situated in a quiet, leafy street, a short stroll to shops in the town centre allows you to select from award winning local produce and utilise our full kitchen facilities to create your own culinary delights.
  • Just loved staying at this beautiful apartment...was much bigger than we expected and would love to have stayed longer...will definitely be back

    Kerin2017-02-24T00:00:00Z
  • During a difficult family time, my sister and I were delighted to stay in Marie's bright spacious Tuckshop BnB. A perfect mix of comfortable modern decor, alongside a few traditional pieces, make it feel just right. We loved the blinds that blocked out the early morning light. Marie and her husband were most obliging. It is a real haven.

    Geraldine2017-02-25T00:00:00Z
  • The tuck shop is a great place, everything you need, clean modern but with character and a great location

    Anne-Marie2017-04-16T00:00:00Z
  • The Tuck Shop surprised us as it looked even better than the pictures. Marie maintained the place very clean and tidy. She should spend lots of efforts in decorating which is very great.

    Jamie2017-04-14T00:00:00Z
  • A gorgeous perfectly appointed cottage. Had the most restful stay.

    Helen2017-03-14T00:00:00Z
  • Such a beautiful place. The decor is amazing, the provisions were excellent. It was clean, very comfortable, and in a beautiful quiet street close to the city centre. Thank you, will definitely be back, and have already been recommending it!

    Amy2016-12-28T00:00:00Z
  • Amazing place. Spotless, brand new, well designed, and elegant. Highly recommended.

    Kelly2017-08-27T00:00:00Z
  • Great place for a couple. Easy access. Clean, excellent bed and large bathroom. Easy to get down to the Coonawarra wineries.

    Michael2017-05-07T00:00:00Z
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    Naracoorte, SA, Australia

    The Shed Bed is situated in natural bush. It is peaceful and private. We can have animals, but not inside the Bed and Breakfast.
  • We had a very quiet stay amongst beautiful gardens. The home made bread and slices were a nice treat.

    John2017-10-29T00:00:00Z
  • Wonderful stay. You feel like you are in middle of woods but still just 5 minutes drive to the town. We went to Naracoorte caves and spent the night there. It’s exactly what it says - bed in a shed. We really loved the home made breads! There is also a very friendly dog in the house who gets excited seeing people. It gets cold in night, but heater and electric blanket kept us warm and comfortable. Outside garden is beautiful too. If you are visiting Naracoorte region, then this place is perfect to stay for a night or two.

    Amber2017-11-05T00:00:00Z
  • One of most stunning air bnb’s we have stayed in. Exactly how described, pretty remote but with a car a 5 min drive into town and every thing you need. Tuesday nights at the local restaurant in town are buy one meal get one free and wow amazing food and value! We loved our one night stay on our road trip from Adelaide to Melbourne, clean cotton bedding, comfortable bed, lots of lovely touches and brilliant breakfast with home made bread and treats. The hosts Staffy dog Mac is adorable. Thanks again highly recommend.

    Sarah-Jane2017-11-01T00:00:00Z
  • The shed bed was lovely. It was close to Naracoorte but also felt like a beautiful bush retreat which is a great balance. The room and ensuite had everything we needed.

    Dani2017-09-10T00:00:00Z
  • Great little space very cosy, nice homemade bread and biscuits included in the room along with a well stocked kitchenette, great value for money !

    Mark2017-08-03T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely stay. Thanks

    Sandra2017-09-12T00:00:00Z
  • Excellent stay, really enjoyed its unique and quirky nature. Very comfortable and Ros was welcoming and thoughtful. Bread, milk, muesli and yoghurt for breakfast while sitting in the garden in sunshine - what more could you want?

    Andrew2017-09-16T00:00:00Z
  • Loved staying at the Shed Bed, Roslyn had the heating turned on for my late arrival and even had some homemade bread and biscuits provided. Highly recommended.

    Becky2017-08-13T00:00:00Z
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    Naracoorte, SA, Australia

    The Shed Bed
    11 reviews
    This family accommodation just out of Naracoorte boasts red gum country views with modern facilities. With spacious outdoor areas and great kitchen you can relax in comfort.
    Located just far enough away from the main highway, this beautiful elevated property is easy to settle in to from the time you arrive. The house is very easy to relax into and enjoy the serenity of the bird life from surrounding flowing natural gardens. The house consists of a large, open plan lounge/dining/kitchen area, It includes a large flat screen TV complete with DVD player, lounge, good quality stereo system, with large windows opening up to views of the gardens. A sliding door opens out to the patio which facilitates a quality BBQ and large outdoor setting. Kitchen facilities include a large bench providing interaction during those culinary inspired creative cook-ups, with good quality appliances, dishwasher, electric hotplate, fridge/freezer, oven & microwave. Naracoorte, located about 3 ½ hours drive from Adelaide, is diverse in it's attractions, including wineries, caves, wetlands, swimming lake, and spectacular golf course. Being in the heart of the limestone coast and an hour from Mount Gambier, an hour from Robe/beach and half an hour from Penola and Coonawarra, it is the central business district for a vast array of agricultural pursuits due to plentiful underground water. With it's central parks and playgrounds, visitors are greeted in the town square with 3 hotels, diverse shopping and many cultural events throughout the year. Sleeping capabilities at the retreat include the option of 5 bedrooms, 1 with a king size bed, 2 with queen size beds, 1 with a double bed and 1 with a king single bed. Allowing for a total of 9 people. The property is perfectly appointed for couples looking for a retreat, older families to enjoy quality time or visiting friends and relatives, or executives seeking a relaxed environment at the end of the day. The master bedroom has it's own ensuite facilities with a bath. The main bathroom also includes a bath and is shared for the other bedrooms. Two reverse cycle air conditioners heat and cool the main lounge/dining and kitchen areas and the king bedroom. All bedrooms contain ceiling fans. The laundry includes a front load washing machine and dryer, and sink. Water is supplied by a 10000 gallon rainwater tank which is sufficient all year round, however we ask that guests use water conservatively to ensure the supply is capable of lasting. Cleaning is included in the price, but as with any privately owned premises we reserve the right to charge for extra cleaning if need be, and ask that the guests leave the place as they found it.
    Neighbours love the rural living environment, enjoying the spectacular views of native creek bed settings. We ask that guests respect their privacy.
  • Great location , clean& tidy.

    Kusumsiri2016-11-29T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely house. Great for larger families. Liz was very accommodating with an earlier check in.

    Marianne2017-04-17T00:00:00Z
  • A home away from home. Naracoorte Country Retreat has created wonderful memories of Mt Gambier during 2 nights that we stayed there. Location wise is brilliant because it's located in a quiet residential area. Perfect for a quiet rest after a long day of walking. It is a short stroll away from the Naracoorte city. A local public Swimming lake within 3 min drive and Naracoorte Caves within 10 min drive . We were served warm tea upon checking in.The bed is really cozy, it got a bit hot at night sometimes but we kept the door to the room open to let air circulate and it was fine.Do not look any further. Book this place before it gets booked out!

    Danuka2016-12-26T00:00:00Z
  • Liz and Rob were fantastic hosts, especially with our last minute booking. Picking up the key was easy, the house was spotless and comfortable (and includes a great selection of books), and situated on a beautiful block with views of (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN)s and sheep. They were very accommodating in regards to children and the fridge held some lovely supplies on arrival. I'd recommend staying at this lovely Airbnb.

    Calli2016-09-12T00:00:00Z
  • Very much enjoyed our stay. Beautiful peaceful surrounds. Really spacious, modern accomodation. Hosts were great - thoughtfully had the aircon running before we arrived on a hot day and communication was fine. Would certainly like to stay again when down this way.

    Bryan2017-01-18T00:00:00Z
  • The house was pleasantly very clean, light filled and very quiet. We enjoyed the view out across the paddocks.

    Mark2017-01-13T00:00:00Z
  • What a fantastic house offering this is. Ten out of ten Liz and Rob for presenting such a wonderful property. The house is modern with extremely well equipped appliances, a massive garden area, exceptionally clean throughout and a breakfast offering that is plentiful. No such thing as a bit of cereal, bread and jam. The breakfast goodies included cereal options, bread, milk, fruit juice, eggs, bacon and a good selection of jams, teas and coffees. Kept four adults fed for three mornings. The outside area provides plenty of room to relax and is quiet from the street. It would be ideal for families. We were four gents in the area to play the surrounding golf courses and thus the option of five bedrooms was ideal. Access to two bathrooms with soaps and shampoos provided was also a plus. We WILL return. Thanks Liz and Rob for making our accommodation such a pleasure.

    Greg2016-11-17T00:00:00Z
  • This is our second stay and Liz and Rob's house - we think it might be a regular feature of our trips to Naracoorte! Thanks Liz and Rob - you are great hosts.

    Kylie2016-11-25T00:00:00Z
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    Naracoorte, SA, Australia

    Spacious cottage in a rural setting overlooking Lake Ormerod.
    The cottage is spacious with a kitchenette and breakfast area. The bed consists of a double bed below with a single bunk bed above. The cottage has a mezzanine floor with a double bed. Refrigerator for cold storage. The bathroom is semi-detached but still under the same roof as the cottage. The bathroom consists of a toilet, basin, bathtub with overhead shower.
    Very quiet surroundings. The occasional vehicle, birds, farm animals etc.
  • This was a great place to stay! Nice quiet little cottage with good heating which was very appreciated given how cold it gets at night! Its so quiet at night in the country too! Hosts were lovely and let our little boy sit on the tractor and go see the sheep and cows. The place is only a few minutes drive to naracoorte and the caves so very convenient! Would definitely stay again.

    Jenna2017-10-13T00:00:00Z
  • 美丽的田园风光,房东DAVID热情好客。给我介绍了自家农场及当地情况,还带我参观菜园,采摘了紫色的荷兰豆给我作种子,还拔了甜菜送给我。临走时,我买了新鲜的鸭蛋。可惜美丽珍珠鸡还在孵化中。

    Jiancheng2017-10-21T00:00:00Z
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    Naracoorte, SA, Australia

    The Doona and Damper
    7 reviews
    Elegant Two bedroom cottage 3 mins walk to town and set amid red gums at edge of creek. Walk to swimming lake, golf club , shops, and restaurants. Full kitchen facilities to create your own gastronomic delights.
  • Lovely space to relax and base yourself to explore Naracoorte & the surrounding area of caves, wineries and countryside. The home provides comfortable warm beds and generous breakfast supplies.

    Linda 2017-07-02T00:00:00Z
  • Denise catered for us very last minute but still provided us with a lovely home that is well equipped and in a beautiful area! The bacon and eggs in the fridge was also really pleasent touch!

    Laura2017-10-02T00:00:00Z
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    Naracoorte, SA, Australia

    MacDONNELL HOUSE is a self-contained Bed and Breakfast. Prices are based on the number of Adults and Children and the number of nights of the stay. Tariffs include full breakfast provisions (see details below). Children under 2 are free. The house at 38 MacDonnell Street, in the heart of Naracoorte, is the ideal “refresh and relax” destination for up to four couples, but is also very appealing to singles, families and corporate guests. The 1930s local stone bungalow, with 21st century interior makeover, has four bedrooms – one king-sized and three queen-sized –and three bathrooms. It’s next to the Visitor Information Centre car park and a short walk from Naracoorte Community Playground, Lions Pioneer Park and the centre of town – you can walk along MacDonnell Street or take the Naracoorte Creek Walk. The open kitchen/dining room seats eight at the timber table and two leather sofas – great for casual eating and chatting over meals, drinks and snacks. There’s a cooktop, oven, microwave, dishwasher, cookware, cutlery, crockery and glasses plus a plasma TV and DVD player. The intimate sitting room has sofas and TV/DVD. The large master bathroom has a double shower, double vanity, two-person spa and WC – and has proved very popular with honeymooners. There’s also an ensuite bathroom with shower, WC and double vanity; and a smaller bathroom with shower, WC and vanity. MacDonnell House has ducted reverse cycle air conditioning so you can adjust the heating or cooling to suit your comfort level. The back verandah is fully enclosed and includes a self-contained laundry with washing machine, dryer, iron and ironing board; and the open front verandah faces a rose garden and the street. MacDonnell House is on a residential street, an easy 1.5km walk from the centre of town, and has a pleasant garden of mainly native shrubs and roses. A rear driveway leads to a double carport, providing undercover parking for two vehicles and also serving as a sheltered area for the barbecue. The 4.5-star rated MacDonnell House is one of six properties owned and run by Naracoorte Cottages. NARACOORTE COTTAGES offers comfort, convenience and cleanliness with all modern amenities. The B&Bs are ideal for singles, couples, families and groups – as well as corporate guests – for one overnight stopover or a longer stay. They are private for one guest group at a time – even if there’s only one guest. The houses have plasma TVs, DVD players, free local call telephones, free access to wireless broadband (BYO laptop or desktop computer) and reverse cycle air conditioning. Bed linen, towels and toiletries are provided. Tariffs are value for money and include generous full breakfast provisions (eggs, bacon, tomatoes, fruit juice, boxed cereals, bread, jams and spreads, tea, instant coffee, coffee grounds and milk); and a complimentary 750ml bottle of wine with every booking. Families and children are welcome (cot, high chair and change table can be provided if needed). Note that MacDonnell House does not have any single ensemble beds, but a fold-up bed for a child can be provided. DISCOUNTS. There are discounts for bookings of more than one night. Corporate, family and group rates are available. A “no breakfast” option is also available. Phone Richard Peake or message him for a quotation. PUBLIC HOLIDAYS. Please note that we have a 3-night minimum booking for Easter (during the four days from the Thursday night before Good Friday through to Easter Sunday) and a 2-night minimum on long weekends.
  • Fantastic place. Plenty of space and character, excellent breakfast (that bacon!), and helpful house call upon our arrival. I highly recommend staying here. Plan on spending some time here, as there are quite a few attractions to explore.

    Andrew2013-12-30T00:00:00Z
  • Our stay in MacDonnell House was very pleasant. It was clean and charming. All the amenities of a 5 stars accommodation. We will sure book again in this place. Luis

    Luis2014-01-01T00:00:00Z
  • Hi Richard, what a wonderful home you have created. No detail has been overlooked to ensure your guests have a relaxing time enjoying the Coonawarra. 10 out of 10!

    Gary2015-09-29T00:00:00Z
  • We had a wonderful time at Mr. Richard's property. He was very helpful. The Place is very well located and convenient. It was fully loaded and had the perfect atmosphere of a home. Since we were a group of 2 families with Kids we all had a very wonderful time. Thanks a lot Mr. Richard!!

    Praveen2015-10-04T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful house, very peaceful, well maintained with lovely spacious and comfortable rooms. Would definitely recommend.

    Milly2014-01-27T00:00:00Z
  • Everything was great. A fantastic old Australian home which has been modernised to a high standard but still keeping its character. Very clean and welcoming.

    Paul2016-01-17T00:00:00Z
  • This was a great place to stay. The house was wonderful, very spacious, comfortable and with everything we needed. A perfect base to explore the caves and countryside.

    Mary2016-01-23T00:00:00Z
  • Richard was responsive via text, left wine, bread, milk, juice and a full breakfast for us for both days. Nicely set up with selection of DVDs and pleasant art prints on walls. The house is very well kept up with excellent showers.

    David2016-12-16T00:00:00Z
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    Naracoorte, SA, Australia

    Clancy's B&B is located in the heart of Naracoorte within walking distance to shops and eateries. Featuring two queen size bedrooms, large bathroom with a separate toilet, a combined living/dining/kitchenette (with microwave, toaster and kettle) and reverse cycle air conditioning throughout. The apartment is the northern end of our home with only hosts Lynette and John residing at the other end. There is a private entrance on back verandah, off street parking and a delightful garden to enjoy.
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    Naracoorte, SA, Australia

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    A large rural spacious house, on a high set position with commanding views of Naracoorte. Lots of natural garden and native birds on a 4 acre property. Close to the town with many tourist attractions and local tours available including heritage limestone caves. There are three bedrooms that are rented individually from $ 80per night to $90 per night with additional cost per night for each additional person sharing the room. Room 1 & 2 ensuites , Room 3 (family room) shared bathroom
    Fenced Large pool, BBQ area , o two casual eating area (inside and outside). In the middle of the house is approximately 40 square of living space . Heating placed through the home with ceiling fans
    Plenty of walking trails, race course in walking distance , with very peaceful surroundings
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    Naracoorte, SA, Australia

    Carolynnes Cottages are 3 cottages (Possums Paradise one bedroom and Robins Retreat and Blue Wren cottage are 2 bedrooms) set in the Limestone Coast home of world heritage listed Naracoorte Caves. A short drive to the Coonawarra and Padthaway wine regions. Ideal for families, pet friendly and plenty of room to enjoy the beautiful garden. Free wifi
    Beautiful accommodation with all the conveniences of home. Spa baths, king sized beds. Robins Retreat and Blue Wren cottage ideal for families, 2 bedroom cottages. Possums Paradise 1 bedroom ideal for romantic getaways and honeymoons. Each booking gets a complimentary bottle of wine, home made slice and chocolates. We are pet friendly (with restrictions) and offer free wifi
    Situated on the outskirts of town, we have views of a vineyard across the road and rural landscape behind. Very spacious garden surroundings. Still only a 5 minute drive in to the centre of town.
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    Yoshitha2017-08-28T00:00:00Z
  • We had an enjoyable stay at the cottage. The apartment is very clean and well equipped. Strongly recommend

    Irene2015-12-13T00:00:00Z
  • Very impressed about the very well appointed kitchen and facilities of the entire home. Loved the slices and enjoyed the bottle of red wine left for us to enjoy.

    Roz2017-06-18T00:00:00Z
  • My friends and I had a wonderful weekend away at Carolynnes Cottages for my friends birthday weekend. The place was even more beautiful than the listing showed with gorgeous furniture and picturesque garden surrounds. Very clean and comfortable with many thoughtful touches. Loved the homemade slice! Thanks for having us!

    Julia2016-05-10T00:00:00Z
  • Great place to stay. Loved the facilities and settings. Family friendly and our boys absolutely loved it. Looking forward to coming back for a longer stay

    Jason2017-09-30T00:00:00Z
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    Carolynnes Cottages
    5 reviews
    You & your family or a group of four friends can sleep in 2 x Bell tents surrounded by majestic 500+ year old redgums, some with scars of canoes made by Aboriginal ancestors, others with 100 year old hand shears imbedded in the trunk by past shearers. Wake to the sound of bird song & sheep grazing. Eat home made sour dough & cook freshly laid eggs with garden herbs. Enjoy your complimentary bottle of Bellwether wine, chosen after tasting with the winemaker in the 1868 stone shearing shed.
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    Coonawarra, SA, Australia

    Finally, our ensuite cabins have arrived! This group of 4 self-contained cabins have private 5m patios with a kitchenette, BBQ and all the essentials - heating, cooling, TV, shower, toilet, double and single beds and peace and quiet. At the best price in Coonawarra. Plus a cellar door, winery shuttle and minibar. Dont book just one - invite friends and share a drink on the patio at sunset over the lake. You will be impressed!
    An economical and romantic alternative to a boring hotel room - enjoy a glass of Coonawarra wine on your private deck or at the communal fire. With everything provided in your self-contained cabin, you don't need to come out if you don't want to - and there is free WiFi also! When and if you emerge you will enjoy the bush environment, the farm animals, the vineyard and the grassy paddock. Take our shuttle to the Coonawarra Wineries Walking Trail for just $15 per person and enjoy wine tasting at 6 famous cellar doors, lunch at Fodder and an afternoon rest before dinner... Our standard breakfast includes cereal and toast. Of course, you can spoil yourself with a full breakfast of bacon and home-grown eggs, juice, toast, extra firewood, and a bottle of Coonawarra wine on arrival - just $50 per couple with the Deluxe option.
    Think Coonawarra, and thoughts of sumptuous reds spring to mind – from the rich rust-coloured Terra Rossa soil for which it’s internationally recognized, to the prized red wines that have made it famous. There are the ruddy cheeks of those who tend the vines; the crimson sunsets that sweep across a vast horizon; and of course, there’s the fiery passion in the veins of our vignerons and winemakers. Almost a million years ago, an ocean teeming with sea-life lapped at the feet of the ancient Kanawinka Escarpment. Then came an ice age, and the great melt that followed led to the creation of the chalky white bedrock which is the foundation of this unique region. But nature had not finished, for with her winds, rain and sand she blanketed the plain with a soil rich in iron, silica and nutrients, to become one of the most renowned terroir soils in the world. Long and narrow, this celebrated ridge of earth, together with pure underground water, cool nights and a long, mild growing season, is Nature’s gift to wine lovers across the globe. This precious parcel of land is some of the most valuable agricultural land in the nation, and recognised as Australia’s premier red wine region, contributing fruit to some of the finest wines in the world. But of course, it took human spirit and ingenuity to bottle it, and like all great appellations, the wines of Coonawarra speak not just of the famous terroir, but also of the local community and people who give those wines their character. It began with the vision of John Riddoch in 1890, and his first plantings of vines; then championed into the next century by the Redmans; and given a renaissance by the Wynns in 1951. These names are still revered, and their vision and heritage is proudly upheld by the world-class wineries which now call Coonawarra home. Today, new generations of old winemaking families toil alongside an influx of fresh talent to ensure the spirit of the Coonawarra wine region continues to thrive. It is a community that’s vibrant, passionate, sophisticated and unique – one that salutes tradition while embracing innovation. At vintage, every picker, cellar-hand and winemaker devotes the same commitment to nurturing each parcel of delicate fruit and crafting them into wines of exceptional distinction that lend themselves perfectly to maturing in the cellar before flowing lusciously from bottle to decanter to glass. Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignons not only taste exceptional when young, but they also cellar brilliantly. The ageability of Coonawarra wines are world class, and it’s what sets our wines apart from others: a fact endorsed by generations of collectors around the world, who have cellared them for up to 60 years. Together, our landscape, our people and our passion work in harmony to create a signature wine region that delivers on a myriad of levels, from the truly magnificent rust-red earth below to the lush, vivid green vines and big blue skies above; the cool Cabernet Sauvignons, Shirazes, Chardonnays and Rieslings have made Coonawarra one of the New World’s greatest appellations. (C/- Coonawarra Vignerons)
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    Coonawarra, SA, Australia

    In the majestic redgum country of the Limestone Coast region of South Australia, this one roomed cottage with its own bathroom and small kitchen, adjoins our farmhouse but is quite separate from it. You have a garden to enjoy and a farm for walking.
    There’s something to be said for fresh country air to clear the mind. The self-contained cottage at our property Field of Mars, 15kms east of Naracoorte, provides a quiet country escape from deadlines and screens (although there is television). Breakfast supplies of local bacon, bread, and fresh eggs from our chooks are provided, plus tea and coffee. You can eat outside through the French doors, or at a round cedar table indoors. With walls covered in art, an open fire, a friendly cat, and comfortable beds, the cottage is a serene country getaway. Field of Mars is a working farm with gumboots at the back door, cattle, and plenty of work being done in the paddocks beyond the garden. The cottage is about ten metres from the old stone house’s back door. It has its own entrance, as well as a side door into the garden where you can read and relax. If you love delicious local food, there is a great food and wine trail to explore nearby. We will give you ideas to fill your days and stomachs. In the redgums and buloke trees, you may spot the endangered red-tailed black cockatoo. The farm is also home to the critically-endangered bush stone curlew. You may be lucky enough to see one or hear its call. Grey thrushes nest in the garden and make music with their distinctive calls. The cottage has a reverse-cycle air-conditioner to give you heating and cooling. The bathroom is frill-free, the kitchen is a bit improvised but fine for simple meals. If rustic charm appeals, we’d love to welcome you. The cottage is ideal for walkers, explorers, nature enthusiasts, meditators, writers and food lovers, and anyone wanting to break their trip between Melbourne and Adelaide. We are close to Naracoorte's famous World Heritage listed caves, and 45 minutes from the Coonawarra wine region.
    Field of Mars is about 15 kilometres east of Naracoorte, and about 9 kilometres from the Victorian border. We are on a "food trail" with Apsley, about 20 mins away on the Victorian side, and its renovated pub, the Border Inn, plus Amber Ridge, a farm cottage where Cindy serves great lunches and Friday night pizzas. Further over the border, you'll find Say Grace, a charming cafe in Casterton where Penny and her team serve delicious cakes and meals. Naracoorte has great places to eat too, fabulous coffee shops, and even a French patisserie! And then there's Penola to the south and the great Coonawarrra wine district with cellar doors and restaurants to explore. Just 10 minutes away, are the world heritage listed Naracoorte Caves, plus the Wonambi Fossil Centre. Your imagination will soar when you see the remains of giant kangaroos, wombats and other megafauna and picture what our area looked like 25,000 years ago. The Naracoorte Swimming Lake in summer is a wonderful place to cool off. It's a vast, chlorinated lake, the largest swimming pool in the region!
  • Angela and Charlie's Field of Mars cottage was everything we thought it would be. The hosts are a charming and welcoming couple. The cottage is comfortable, inviting and relaxing with a generously stocked kitchenette including farm fresh eggs, home made jam and delicious award winning bacon which we really appreciated.

    Chris2016-02-22T00:00:00Z
  • A very beautifal part of the world. Angela was very friendly and the cottage had everything we needed.

    Alan2016-01-22T00:00:00Z
  • We had such an awesome time here. Angela welcomed us when we arrived and it felt like home since the first minute. We wandered around the farm and everyone we met was so keen on explaining things to us. The cottage is really charming and the bed was great, this was the best sleep we had during our travels. The kitchen is a bit improvised, but there is nothing lacking, including delicious breakfast.

    Ziva2016-03-10T00:00:00Z
  • Angela is a wonderful host. Before we arrived at her house, she gave us many useful directions. When we arrived at her place, we felt her hospitality immediately. Her house is very tidy and well equipped. Animals are cute and friendly. We had a very lovely night.

    Lyn2016-02-14T00:00:00Z
  • Angela made us feel so welcome. She came out to great us right away. Her place was so charming and the breakfast was wonderful. The tomatoes and apples were a perfect way to start our day. She also let my friends daughter hold one of the chickens.

    Kristen2016-04-15T00:00:00Z
  • Angela was wonderful in keeping in communication before our arrival and gave us great support about the local area. She and her husband Charlie were a fount of information about the area. This was a lovely 'farm stay', very relaxing and comfortable. We loved the big open fire each night, the little details of fresh eggs, bacon, etc for breakfast and the warm cosy bed. Thanks for a memorable and restful stay

    bernadette2016-08-15T00:00:00Z
  • Our beautiful and generous host Angela made us feel very comfortable a beautiful country setting. Gorgeous gum trees and open fields. Beautiful gardens and generous offerings of her darling chickens eggs. Our stay was very relaxing. We felt as if we were family or friends. A very charming cottage with beautiful linen. Angela is a lady of many talents. Farmer writer and artist. A lovely lady. You will have a lovely time there.

    Kath2016-03-13T00:00:00Z
  • Angela has been very friendly and welcoming. Thank you again

    Cedric2016-03-24T00:00:00Z
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    Hynam, SA, Australia

    PINKERTON HILL is a self-contained Bed and Breakfast. Prices are based on the number of Adults and Children and the number of nights of the stay. The tariffs for a one-night stay are $195 for 2 adults, $85 per extra adult and $35 per child (aged 2 to 17 years). These tariffs include full breakfast provisions (see details below). Children under 2 are free. The house at 40 Pinkerton Road is a large, country-style house on the eastern edge of Naracoorte. With five bedrooms and three bathrooms, it offers space and privacy to singles, couples, families and groups – including corporate guests. The location is very popular with guests who like the peace and quiet of a secluded rural setting which is still within the town. A feature is the huge open living area comprising a modern kitchen and adjoining family room, dining room and sitting room – coolly air conditioned in summer or cosily heated by two combustion heaters in winter. Pinkerton Hill is set back from a residential street and is surrounded by an acre of lawn and native trees. There’s undercover parking for two vehicles, ample driveway parking and a sheltered back verandah which is ideal for a barbecue overlooking the back lawn. The kitchen and family room are great for casual eating and chatting over meals, drinks and snacks. There’s a cooktop, double oven, microwave, dishwasher, cookware, cutlery, crockery and glasses. The family room has a TV and DVD player, as well as cable TV; and the sitting room has a TV and DVD player. Pinkerton Hill’s main bathroom has a full-sized bath, shower and vanity; and the WC is in a separate adjoining room. There’s also a two-person spa bathroom with vanity; and an ensuite bathroom with shower, vanity and WC. A third WC adjoins the laundry, which has a washing machine, dryer, iron and ironing board. The house has ducted reverse cycle air conditioning so you can adjust the heating or cooling to suit your comfort level. The wood-burning combustion heaters are very effective in winter. A barbecue is available on the back verandah which overlooks the extensive lawn and native trees and shrubs. The 3.5-star rated Pinkerton Hill is one of five properties owned and run by Naracoorte Cottages. (The others are MacDonnell House, Limestone View, Smith Street Villa and Showgrounds Cottage.) Richard Peake and Judy Barton established this “people friendly” Bed and Breakfast business in 1995 and have welcomed thousands of satisfied guests from South Australia, interstate and overseas. NARACOORTE COTTAGES offers comfort, convenience and cleanliness with all modern amenities. The B&Bs are ideal for singles, couples, families and groups – as well as corporate guests – for one overnight stopover or a longer stay. They are private for one guest group at a time – even if there’s only one guest. The houses have plasma TVs, DVD players, free local call telephones, free access to wireless broadband (BYO laptop or desktop computer) and reverse cycle air conditioning. Bed linen, towels and toiletries are provided. Tariffs are value for money and include generous full breakfast provisions (eggs, bacon, tomatoes, fruit juice, boxed cereals, bread, jams and spreads, tea, instant coffee, coffee grounds and milk); and a complimentary 750ml bottle of wine with every booking. Families and children are welcome (cot, high chair and change table can be provided if needed). Note that MacDonnell House does not have any single ensemble beds, but a fold-up bed for a child can be provided. DISCOUNTS. There are discounts for bookings of more than one night. Corporate, family and group rates are available. A “no breakfast” option is also available. Contact Richard Peake for a quotation. PUBLIC HOLIDAYS. Please note that we have a 3-night minimum booking for Easter (during the four days from the Thursday night before Good Friday through to Easter Sunday) and a 2-night minimum on long weekends. NARACOORTE is home to the South Australia’s only World Heritage listed site, the Naracoorte Caves National Park, 10km south of town. The park includes Wonambi Fossil Centre, telling the story of megafauna whose bones are preserved in fossil deposits, and caves with spectacular limestone formations, a Bat Cave and a cafe. The Caves, 10km south of town, are open 9am to 5pm daily ((URL HIDDEN) Naracoorte is also central to four premium wine regions – Coonawarra, Penola, Padthaway and Wrattonbully – within a 48km or 30-minute radius. Splash out in the large manmade Naracoorte swimming lake, with reticulated and chlorinated water and lifeguards on duty on very hot days. It’s surrounded by lawns and shady trees, is free and is open from December 1 to March 31. The town of Naracoorte has two seven-day supermarkets, three hotels, Thai and Chinese restaurants, a renowned family bakery, a French patisserie/chocolatier, McDonald’s, Subway and many other takeaway food shops and a thriving shopping centre. The Commonwealth Bank, ANZ Bank, Westpac, National Australia Bank and BankSA all have branches in the town centre; and there’s also the People’s Choice credit union and a Bendigo Community Bank agency. Out of hours, you can draw money from six ATMs. Be sure to visit the award-winning The Sheep’s Back wool industry museum, set in a historic three-storey former flour mill, and the Mini Jumbuk factory, where woollen bedding products for the world are made, and its visitor centre. Naracoorte welcomes families to its many parks, including the Naracoorte Community Playground and Lions Pioneer Park, both in MacDonnell Street. Stroll, walk or run on the picturesque Naracoorte Creek Walk through the centre of town; and feed the geese on the pond in the Scout Hall grounds, off Park Terrace, near Naracoorte Holiday Park.
  • Awesome beautiful big house with everything you need !!! Very peaceful...located on the edge of town. The place was well maintained and spotlessly clean. We really enjoyed our stay here and wished we could stay longer. We have decided to return next year to enjoy this beautiful accommodation and the Naracoorte swimming lake and caves. Thanks Richard for such a great place :)

    Karen2015-01-03T00:00:00Z
  • Pinkerton Hill is large and spacious, well furnished and clean. We thought the beds were particularly comfortable and electric blankets and fireplace much appreciated in our winter stay. Thanks Richard for the clear communication in booking.

    James2017-08-20T00:00:00Z
  • Massive super modern high end place. We were overwhelmed by how nice it was on the inside, much more impressive that the impression from Airbnb. Truly wonderful place to stay in every way.

    Alex2015-12-22T00:00:00Z
  • This house is even lovlier than the photos. It's clean and very spacious. Our only negative was that we couldn't stay longer to enjoy the property!

    Amy 2016-11-23T00:00:00Z
  • Our group of 6 thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Pinkerton Hill - the house was super clean, breakfast supplies were generous and the beds really comfortable. Plenty of room to relax and enjoy our trip.

    Tracey2016-10-10T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely big house on the outskirts of town. A little too far out to comfortably walk in and back for dinner but aside from that everything was as described, clean and well ordered. There were only two of us but this house would comfortably accommodate a much larger group. Breakfast provisions were excellent and the wifi worked well. Overall, good value for money. Would recommend.

    Richard2015-12-31T00:00:00Z
  • What a lovely place to stay for the weekend with family. The house is large and roomy along with the gardens. Breakfast was very generous. Would recommend to anyone looking for a big house to share with family and friends.

    Robyn2014-09-08T00:00:00Z
  • Peaceful place

    zhongqi2017-07-02T00:00:00Z
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    Naracoorte, SA, Australia

    Sleep in a Bell tent under the stars, in the comfort of a cast iron bed, under a thermal woollen quilt after a glass of Coonawarra's finest around a campfire. Book into a 6 course degustation called a 'table for twelve' around an old wool sorting table where you are served by the winemaker and the chef. Enjoy your complimentary bottle of Bellwether wine you choose after tasting with the winemaker. Cook with fresh herbs and eggs with home made sour dough.
    6Ha of beautiful campground, produce garden, historic shearing shed/winery and novel farm animals.
    World famous Coonawarra wine region World heritage listed Naracoorte limestone caves Lobster fishing village of Robe Blue Lake, Mt Gambier
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    Coonawarra, SA, Australia

    Have you ever tried glamping? That is, camping, with a real bed and 240v power, and no need to put up and pull down the tent? The full camping experience without the hassle? Warm in winter and cool in summer, this cosy bell tent is located next to the vineyard and lake. It is 5m across and accommodates up to 4 people. New shared bathrooms, breakfast, electric blanket and tea and coffee in your yurt are included as standard. A $50 deluxe upgrade is also available (heating, food and wine+).
    An economical and romantic alternative to a boring hotel room - enjoy a glass of Coonawarra wine next to your own campfire at your own outdoor setting. With tea and coffee provided in your powered yurt, a huge king bed and power points for your lights, iPad and iPhone, you don't need to come out if you don't want to - and there is free WiFi also! When and if you emerge you will enjoy the bush environment, the farm animals, the vineyard and the grassy paddock. Take our shuttle to the Coonawarra Wineries Walking Trail for just $15 per person and enjoy wine tasting at 6 famous cellar doors, lunch at Fodder and an afternoon rest before dinner... Our standard breakfast includes cereal and toast. Of course, you can spoil yourself with a full breakfast of bacon and home-grown eggs, juice, toast, extra firewood, an electric space heater and a bottle of Coonawarra wine on arrival - just $50 per couple with the Deluxe option.
    Think Coonawarra, and thoughts of sumptuous reds spring to mind – from the rich rust-coloured Terra Rossa soil for which it’s internationally recognized, to the prized red wines that have made it famous. There are the ruddy cheeks of those who tend the vines; the crimson sunsets that sweep across a vast horizon; and of course, there’s the fiery passion in the veins of our vignerons and winemakers. Almost a million years ago, an ocean teeming with sea-life lapped at the feet of the ancient Kanawinka Escarpment. Then came an ice age, and the great melt that followed led to the creation of the chalky white bedrock which is the foundation of this unique region. But nature had not finished, for with her winds, rain and sand she blanketed the plain with a soil rich in iron, silica and nutrients, to become one of the most renowned terroir soils in the world. Long and narrow, this celebrated ridge of earth, together with pure underground water, cool nights and a long, mild growing season, is Nature’s gift to wine lovers across the globe. This precious parcel of land is some of the most valuable agricultural land in the nation, and recognised as Australia’s premier red wine region, contributing fruit to some of the finest wines in the world. But of course, it took human spirit and ingenuity to bottle it, and like all great appellations, the wines of Coonawarra speak not just of the famous terroir, but also of the local community and people who give those wines their character. It began with the vision of John Riddoch in 1890, and his first plantings of vines; then championed into the next century by the Redmans; and given a renaissance by the Wynns in 1951. These names are still revered, and their vision and heritage is proudly upheld by the world-class wineries which now call Coonawarra home. Today, new generations of old winemaking families toil alongside an influx of fresh talent to ensure the spirit of the Coonawarra wine region continues to thrive. It is a community that’s vibrant, passionate, sophisticated and unique – one that salutes tradition while embracing innovation. At vintage, every picker, cellar-hand and winemaker devotes the same commitment to nurturing each parcel of delicate fruit and crafting them into wines of exceptional distinction that lend themselves perfectly to maturing in the cellar before flowing lusciously from bottle to decanter to glass. Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignons not only taste exceptional when young, but they also cellar brilliantly. The ageability of Coonawarra wines are world class, and it’s what sets our wines apart from others: a fact endorsed by generations of collectors around the world, who have cellared them for up to 60 years. Together, our landscape, our people and our passion work in harmony to create a signature wine region that delivers on a myriad of levels, from the truly magnificent rust-red earth below to the lush, vivid green vines and big blue skies above; the cool Cabernet Sauvignons, Shirazes, Chardonnays and Rieslings have made Coonawarra one of the New World’s greatest appellations. (C/- Coonawarra Vignerons)
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    Glenroy, SA, Australia

    SHOWGROUNDS COTTAGE at 198 Smith Street is opposite the Showgrounds, a popular events venue, and is close to the centre of Naracoorte. It’s a self-contained Bed and Breakfast, private for one guest group at a time, whether for one guest or four, so you don’t share with anyone you don’t know. Tariffs are based on the number of guests and the number of nights; and include full breakfast provisions. The 1900 timber cottage has two bedrooms and one bathroom. There is a queen-sized bedroom and a twin bedroom with two king single beds. The sitting/dining room has a comfortable leather sofa and two recliners, a wood-burning combustion heater, TV and DVD player. In the bathroom are a spa bath, a separate shower and vanity. Next door is a separate WC. The laundry area has a washing machine, dryer, iron and ironing board. The galley kitchen has a cooktop, oven, microwave, rainwater tap, cookware, cutlery, crockery and glasses. Showgrounds Cottage has reverse cycle air conditioners in the sitting/dining room and bedrooms; and a wood-burning combustion heater in the sitting/dining room. A feature is a modern back verandah with decking and a barbecue and outdoor setting – ideal for casual meals, drinks and snacks. Showgrounds Cottage is one of five properties owned and run by Naracoorte Cottages. (The others are MacDonnell House, Limestone View, Smith Street Villa and Pinkerton Hill.) Richard Peake and Judy Barton established this “people friendly” Bed and Breakfast business in 1995 and have welcomed thousands of satisfied guests from South Australia, interstate and overseas. Naracoorte Cottages offers comfort, convenience and cleanliness with all modern amenities. The B&Bs are ideal for singles, couples, families and groups – as well as corporate guests – for one overnight stopover or a longer stay. They are private for one guest group at a time – even if there’s only one guest. The houses have plasma TVs, DVD players, free local call telephones, free access to wireless broadband (BYO laptop or desktop computer) and reverse cycle air conditioning. Bed linen, towels and toiletries are provided. Tariffs are value for money and include generous full breakfast provisions (eggs, bacon, tomatoes, fruit juice, boxed cereals, bread, jams and spreads, tea, instant coffee, coffee grounds and milk); and a complimentary 750ml bottle of wine with every booking. Families and children are welcome (cot, high chair and change table can be provided if needed). Note that MacDonnell House does not have any single ensemble beds, but a fold-up bed for a child can be provided. PUBLIC HOLIDAYS. Please note that we have a 3-night minimum booking for Easter (during the four days from the Thursday night before Good Friday through to Easter Sunday) and a 2-night minimum on long weekends. NARACOORTE is home to the South Australia’s only World Heritage listed site, the Naracoorte Caves National Park, 10km south of town. The park includes Wonambi Fossil Centre, telling the story of megafauna whose bones are preserved in fossil deposits, and caves with spectacular limestone formations, a Bat Cave and a cafe. The Caves, 10km south of town, are open 9am to 5pm daily (www.naracoortecaves.com.au). Naracoorte is also central to four premium wine regions – Coonawarra, Penola, Padthaway and Wrattonbully – within a 48km or 30-minute radius. Splash out in the large manmade Naracoorte swimming lake, with reticulated and chlorinated water and lifeguards on duty on very hot days. It’s surrounded by lawns and shady trees, is free and is open from December 1 to March 31. The town of Naracoorte has two seven-day supermarkets, three hotels, Thai and Chinese restaurants, a renowned family bakery, a French patisserie/chocolatier, McDonald’s, Subway and many other takeaway food shops and a thriving shopping centre. The Commonwealth Bank, ANZ Bank, Westpac, National Australia Bank and BankSA all have branches in the town centre; and there’s also the People’s Choice credit union and a Bendigo Community Bank agency. Out of hours, you can draw money from six ATMs. Be sure to visit the award-winning The Sheep’s Back wool industry museum, set in a historic three-storey former flour mill, and the Mini Jumbuk factory, where woollen bedding products for the world are made, and its visitor centre. Naracoorte welcomes families to its many parks, including the Naracoorte Community Playground and Lions Pioneer Park, both in MacDonnell Street. Stroll, walk or run on the picturesque Naracoorte Creek Walk through the centre of town; and feed the geese on the pond in the Scout Hall grounds, off Park Terrace, near Naracoorte Holiday Park.
  • We booked the accommodation only a few days before. Richard was extremely helpful and was kind enough to suggest this cottage after I'd previously enquired about another. The cottage was cosy, he facilities were great and it was affordable. We had a great stay and would recommend the venue to anyone. Thanks again.

    AJ2016-07-23T00:00:00Z
  • Fantastic house. Plenty of space, comfortable beds, all the mod cons, and so close to town. We loved it!

    Kate2017-08-19T00:00:00Z
  • We enjoyed our stay in the house. The breakfast provisions provided were excellent. All in all we had a nice stay.

    Filip2014-12-30T00:00:00Z
  • Warm, clean comfortable cottage with all amenities.

    andrew2017-07-19T00:00:00Z
  • Richard suggested another property- Limestone Cottage might be more suitable for my booking -and this was perfect. My visitors from Scotland could not believe that this lovely house could be available for one night rental. We enjoyed the comfort of an established home with lovely views over Naracoorte. Luxurious bedding and towels and excellent provisions for breakfast. We felt very lucky to have experienced this quality of accommodation. Highly recommended. Host was easy to contact and replied promptly.

    Janet2016-06-23T00:00:00Z
  • Richard's place is a Victorian style, renovated and stylish house with all amenities required. We did enjoy our one night stay at Richard's place. I highly recommend it to my friends and everyone.

    Ali2015-12-29T00:00:00Z
  • We stayed at Showgrounds Cottage while visiting the Coonawarra wine region. Richard was a responsive and helpful host (via on-line communication), in particular providing information and recommendations ahead of our visit. Naracoorte is north of the Coonawarra, 30mins drive to Penola. The cottage is walking distance to the town centre for various ammenities such as groceries, cafes, pubs and shops. The cottage would suit a smaller group (2-3 people as the small dining table is pushed up against a wall though there is a spacious back deck). Air con and wifi are helpful features. For those who are sensitive to noise, the property is located on a major road so you do get passing traffic during the day and night.

    Jane2016-01-16T00:00:00Z
  • Great location,private and easy access to town. Arrived on a cold evening and opened the door to a warm house with heaters on. Highly recommend.

    andrew2016-08-09T00:00:00Z
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    Naracoorte, SA, Australia

    Carolynnes Cottages 3 self contained cottages with all the luxuries of home. Family accommodation, pet friendly, free wifi, complimentary bottle of wine, homemade slice and chocolates. Spa baths.Possums Paradise is ideal for romantic getaways. Robins Retreat and Blue Wren cottage ideal for families. Spacious gardens surround.
  • I doubt you will ever find anything as comfortable, clean and beautifully furnished as Carol's. The attention to detail is exquisite and the breakfast offering is beyond compare. And the Blue Wren cabin we stayed is larger than most suburban homes. Even if you are not passing directly through Naracoorte you will not be disappointed by a detour. Thoroughly recommend. Alison & Tony

    Antony2017-08-09T00:00:00Z
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    Naracoorte, SA, Australia

    Carolynnes Cottages
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    Sleep under the stars in a bed with a thermal woollen doona next to an 1868 stone shearing shed now home to the quirky, highly sought after Bellwether boutique winery. Do a wine tasting with the winemaker, walk home from a unique degustation dinner experience the 'table of twelve' where you are served by the chef and the winemaker
    Our property is 6Ha, up to 1,000 year old redgums, 1868 historic stone shearing Shed built by Chinese migrants énroute to the goldfields. We have sheep, highland cows, chickens, a donkey and a Maremma. The shearing Shed is now a boutique winery making exceptional handcrafted wines.
    Famous Coonawarra wine region World Heritage listed Naracoorte Caves Lobster fishing village Robe Blue lake Mount Gambier
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    Coonawarra, SA, Australia

    Warm in winter and cool in summer, we offer dorm style accommodation - 2 x four bed shared rooms - new and clean, and the price includes linen. Brand new shower and toilet units just outside your room. A full shared kitchen with hot plates, fridges, microwaves and 2 BBQs. Beautifully located next to our lake, the rooms are sound-proofed and carpeted. Park close by and check-in/out any time. Enjoy an open fire or television with one of our Cabernet Sauvignons before turning in.
    Enjoy a glass of Coonawarra wine next to a campfire (wood, paper and kindling on hand) at your private outdoor or indoor setting. With tea and coffee provided, comfortable beds with quality linen and reading lights, you don't need to spend much to be comfortable.
    Think Coonawarra, and thoughts of sumptuous reds spring to mind – from the rich rust-coloured Terra Rossa soil for which it’s internationally recognized, to the prized red wines that have made it famous. There are the ruddy cheeks of those who tend the vines; the crimson sunsets that sweep across a vast horizon; and of course, there’s the fiery passion in the veins of our vignerons and winemakers. Almost a million years ago, an ocean teeming with sea-life lapped at the feet of the ancient Kanawinka Escarpment. Then came an ice age, and the great melt that followed led to the creation of the chalky white bedrock which is the foundation of this unique region. But nature had not finished, for with her winds, rain and sand she blanketed the plain with a soil rich in iron, silica and nutrients, to become one of the most renowned terroir soils in the world. Long and narrow, this celebrated ridge of earth, together with pure underground water, cool nights and a long, mild growing season, is Nature’s gift to wine lovers across the globe. This precious parcel of land is some of the most valuable agricultural land in the nation, and recognised as Australia’s premier red wine region, contributing fruit to some of the finest wines in the world. But of course, it took human spirit and ingenuity to bottle it, and like all great appellations, the wines of Coonawarra speak not just of the famous terroir, but also of the local community and people who give those wines their character. It began with the vision of John Riddoch in 1890, and his first plantings of vines; then championed into the next century by the Redmans; and given a renaissance by the Wynns in 1951. These names are still revered, and their vision and heritage is proudly upheld by the world-class wineries which now call Coonawarra home. Today, new generations of old winemaking families toil alongside an influx of fresh talent to ensure the spirit of the Coonawarra wine region continues to thrive. It is a community that’s vibrant, passionate, sophisticated and unique – one that salutes tradition while embracing innovation. At vintage, every picker, cellar-hand and winemaker devotes the same commitment to nurturing each parcel of delicate fruit and crafting them into wines of exceptional distinction that lend themselves perfectly to maturing in the cellar before flowing lusciously from bottle to decanter to glass. Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignons not only taste exceptional when young, but they also cellar brilliantly. The ageability of Coonawarra wines are world class, and it’s what sets our wines apart from others: a fact endorsed by generations of collectors around the world, who have cellared them for up to 60 years. Together, our landscape, our people and our passion work in harmony to create a signature wine region that delivers on a myriad of levels, from the truly magnificent rust-red earth below to the lush, vivid green vines and big blue skies above; the cool Cabernet Sauvignons, Shirazes, Chardonnays and Rieslings have made Coonawarra one of the New World’s greatest appellations.
  • Our stay at Steve was good. The room was nice and the kitchen was just renewed.

    Eric2017-04-24T00:00:00Z
  • We were only passing through for the night, the place was perfect for what we needed. Lovely and clean, and great value for money. Steve kindly stayed up to greet us even though we didn't arrive until very late.

    Joanna2017-02-24T00:00:00Z
  • Owner very friendly and responsive to questions. Also cute cat on site. Unfortunately we found the kitchen disappointing as it's freezing at night due to being outside - great for summer, but not winter. TV is therefore also unusable in winter. Room had a scent of wet dog, however I'm sure not a problem if you are bringing a pet too. As a person scared of dogs I also didn't realise to many would be onsite, but no biggie! Wifi is also $10 a day with a 250mb limit which I think is very steep, but obviously optionally.

    Rachel2017-06-14T00:00:00Z
  • A great place to stay and Steve is a great host, you won't be disappointed.

    Shane2017-04-21T00:00:00Z
  • 很特别的住宿体验。虽然位置比较偏僻,但开车去镇上也不远。安静,舒适,装修比较新,设施完善,干净整洁。

    C2017-03-12T00:00:00Z
  • 很特别的住宿体验。虽然位置比较偏僻,但开车去镇上也不远。安静,舒适,装修比较新,设施完善,干净整洁。

    C2017-03-12T00:00:00Z
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    Comaum, SA, Australia

    Smith Street Cottage is close to the town centre. It is an easy walk to shops, supermarkets, hotels, restaurants and takeaway places. Singles, couples, families (with children) and business travellers will all find a comfortable, fully equipped house with all the usual features and amenities. Ask for a special price for children.
  • We spent just one night at Richard's place and were very comfortable. It was clean and well stocked. The bed was comfortable, the wifi was good and communication was excellent. It was also central to the downtown area with restaurants.

    Hilary2017-01-30T00:00:00Z
  • Couple times we have stayed here, Lovely place and great location.

    Geoff2017-06-01T00:00:00Z
  • Our family had a lovely stay in Richard's house. It was close to the town centre and was very comfortable with heating and electric blankets. The provisions provided were generous and delicious.

    Melanie2017-06-04T00:00:00Z
  • Great place close to town . Very clean and tidy. All things were as advertised. Richard was very helpfull and efficiant.

    Russell2017-02-20T00:00:00Z
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    Naracoorte, SA, Australia

    Carolynnes Cottages are 2 two bedroom cottages and 1 one bedroom cottages with all the conveniences of home. A great stop over for tourists travelling between the Great Ocean Road and Kangaroo Island. Ideal for families, corporate travellers and romantic getaways. Pet friendly and free wifi. Complimentary bottle of wine. Beautiful gardens to stroll around and enjoy the surroundings. Free wifi. Pet friendly. King sized beds and spa baths. Fully equipped kitchen. Guests also receive a bottle of wine and homemade slice and chocolates. We like to meet the guests but then let them enjoy their stay in peace. We live on the same property so are available either by wandering over to main house or contacting us by phone if needed. Situated on the outskirts of town we have a rural view of paddocks and gum trees or a vineyard across the road but still only 2.5kms to the centre of town. Taxi service available
  • Carol's cottages were really nice and pretty with excellent amenities. We also had a lot of fun playing with the llamas and sheep in the pen.

    Nai2015-12-25T00:00:00Z
  • What a fabulous and welcoming host! After driving for 12hours, I could not have asked for a better welcome. Beds were made with soft towels laid out, food in the fridge. Host came over to greet me from the office. Air con made sleeping delightful in the 40deg C temperatures. Highly recommend staying here and we were also provided with sights of interest brochures so we could explore the local area with ease.

    Diana2015-12-21T00:00:00Z
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    Carolynnes Cottages
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    Sleep in a comfy bed with a warm thermal woollen doona, in a Bell tent next to an 1868 stone Shearing shed now one of the country's hottest wineries. Taste with the winemaker, see the winery and ferments, barrels, pressing. Eat home made sour dough, cook freshly laid eggs, pick herbs and veggies from the garden, cook around a campfire, or spoil yourself and book a degustation at the 'table of twelve'
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    Coonawarra, SA, Australia

    Have you ever tried glamping? That is, camping, with a real bed and 240v power, and no need to put up and pull down the tent? The full camping experience without the hassle? Warm in winter and cool in summer, this cosy bell tent is located next to the vineyard and lake. It is 5m across and accommodates up to 4 people. New shared bathrooms, breakfast, electric blanket and tea and coffee in your yurt are included as standard. A $50 deluxe upgrade is also available (heating, food and wine+).
    An economical and romantic alternative to a boring hotel room - enjoy a glass of Coonawarra wine next to your own campfire at your own outdoor setting. With tea and coffee provided in your powered yurt, a huge king bed and power points for your lights, iPad and iPhone, you don't need to come out if you don't want to - and there is free WiFi also! When and if you emerge you will enjoy the bush environment, the farm animals, the vineyard and the grassy paddock. Take our shuttle to the Coonawarra Wineries Walking Trail for just $15 per person and enjoy wine tasting at 6 famous cellar doors, lunch at Fodder and an afternoon rest before dinner... Our standard breakfast includes cereal and toast. Of course, you can spoil yourself with a full breakfast of bacon and home-grown eggs, juice, toast, extra firewood, an electric space heater and a bottle of Coonawarra wine on arrival - just $50 per couple with the Deluxe option.
    Think Coonawarra, and thoughts of sumptuous reds spring to mind – from the rich rust-coloured Terra Rossa soil for which it’s internationally recognized, to the prized red wines that have made it famous. There are the ruddy cheeks of those who tend the vines; the crimson sunsets that sweep across a vast horizon; and of course, there’s the fiery passion in the veins of our vignerons and winemakers. Almost a million years ago, an ocean teeming with sea-life lapped at the feet of the ancient Kanawinka Escarpment. Then came an ice age, and the great melt that followed led to the creation of the chalky white bedrock which is the foundation of this unique region. But nature had not finished, for with her winds, rain and sand she blanketed the plain with a soil rich in iron, silica and nutrients, to become one of the most renowned terroir soils in the world. Long and narrow, this celebrated ridge of earth, together with pure underground water, cool nights and a long, mild growing season, is Nature’s gift to wine lovers across the globe. This precious parcel of land is some of the most valuable agricultural land in the nation, and recognised as Australia’s premier red wine region, contributing fruit to some of the finest wines in the world. But of course, it took human spirit and ingenuity to bottle it, and like all great appellations, the wines of Coonawarra speak not just of the famous terroir, but also of the local community and people who give those wines their character. It began with the vision of John Riddoch in 1890, and his first plantings of vines; then championed into the next century by the Redmans; and given a renaissance by the Wynns in 1951. These names are still revered, and their vision and heritage is proudly upheld by the world-class wineries which now call Coonawarra home. Today, new generations of old winemaking families toil alongside an influx of fresh talent to ensure the spirit of the Coonawarra wine region continues to thrive. It is a community that’s vibrant, passionate, sophisticated and unique – one that salutes tradition while embracing innovation. At vintage, every picker, cellar-hand and winemaker devotes the same commitment to nurturing each parcel of delicate fruit and crafting them into wines of exceptional distinction that lend themselves perfectly to maturing in the cellar before flowing lusciously from bottle to decanter to glass. Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignons not only taste exceptional when young, but they also cellar brilliantly. The ageability of Coonawarra wines are world class, and it’s what sets our wines apart from others: a fact endorsed by generations of collectors around the world, who have cellared them for up to 60 years. Together, our landscape, our people and our passion work in harmony to create a signature wine region that delivers on a myriad of levels, from the truly magnificent rust-red earth below to the lush, vivid green vines and big blue skies above; the cool Cabernet Sauvignons, Shirazes, Chardonnays and Rieslings have made Coonawarra one of the New World’s greatest appellations. (C/- Coonawarra Vignerons)
  • Had a super fun time Glamping. The weather outside was cold but we had electric blankets and a heater and were super toasty inside. Plus we had a fire and marshmallows outside. The shared kitchen was fully stocked and clean as a whistle and all free. WiFi was also free. There is power and water inside the yurt and also outside if you were needing to hook up your own gear but everything was provided for us. The host was super friendly and helpful with tips and the other staff were so helpful getting our fire started and welcoming us. The beds were great and the showers were clean with great water pressure. My son was so excited to see all the animals coming out at dusk such as wallabies. A real Australian rural experience. Definitely a highlight of our road trip.

    Sam2017-10-12T00:00:00Z
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    Glenroy, SA, Australia

    LIMESTONE VIEW is a self-contained Bed and Breakfast. Prices are based on the number of Adults and Children and the number of nights of the stay. Tariffs include full breakfast provisions (see details below). Children under 2 are free. The house at 44 Freeling Street, a short walk from the centre of town, is spacious yet cosy for one or two couples, three singles or a small family. It’s a self-contained Bed and Breakfast and private for one guest group at a time, whether one adult or five adults. The 1890s former freestone former manse, set on a hillside, has a modern limestone addition and offers three bedrooms – king-sized, queen-sized and single – and two bathrooms. Limestone View is close to Lions Pioneer Park and within walking distance of the free Naracoorte Swimming Lake and the Central Business District. A feature of this character house is the sheltered front verandah, where guests can have a barbecue, snacks or drinks and enjoy a view of some of Naracoorte’s historic churches and the town centre. There are extensive lawns, framed by native trees. The galley kitchen is fully equipped with a cooktop, oven, microwave, dishwasher, cookware, cutlery and glasses. The adjoining dining area seats up to six. The sitting room has recliner chairs and a sofa, TV and DVD player. Limestone View’s main bathroom has a two-person spa bath, shower, vanity and WC; and the ensuite bathroom, next to the queen-sized bedroom, has a shower, vanity and WC. The house has reverse cycle air conditioning in the sitting room and all three bedrooms. A separate, self-contained laundry has a washing machine, dryer, iron and ironing board. The 3.5-star rated Limestone View is one of five properties owned and run by Naracoorte Cottages. (The others are MacDonnell House, Smith Street Villa, Pinkerton Hill and Showgrounds Cottage.) Richard Peake and Judy Barton established this “people friendly” Bed and Breakfast business in 1995 and have welcomed thousands of satisfied guests from South Australia, interstate and overseas. Naracoorte Cottages offers comfort, convenience and cleanliness with all modern amenities. The B&Bs are ideal for singles, couples, families and groups – as well as corporate guests – for one overnight stopover or a longer stay. They are private for one guest group at a time – even if there’s only one guest. The houses have plasma TVs, DVD players, free local call telephones, free access to wireless broadband (BYO laptop or desktop computer) and reverse cycle air conditioning. Bed linen, towels and toiletries are provided. Tariffs are value for money and include generous full breakfast provisions (eggs, bacon, tomatoes, fruit juice, boxed cereals, bread, jams and spreads, tea, instant coffee, coffee grounds and milk); and a complimentary 750ml bottle of wine with every booking. Families and children are welcome (cot, high chair and change table can be provided if needed). Note that MacDonnell House does not have any single ensemble beds, but a fold-up bed for a child can be provided. DISCOUNTS. There are discounts for bookings of more than one night. Corporate, family and group rates are available. A “no breakfast” option is also available. Phone Richard Peake (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) or email him at (EMAIL HIDDEN) for a quotation. PUBLIC HOLIDAYS. Please note that we have a 3-night minimum booking for Easter (during the four days from the Thursday night before Good Friday through to Easter Sunday) and a 2-night minimum on long weekends. NARACOORTE is home to the South Australia’s only World Heritage listed site, the Naracoorte Caves National Park, 10km south of town. The park includes Wonambi Fossil Centre, telling the story of megafauna whose bones are preserved in fossil deposits, and caves with spectacular limestone formations, a Bat Cave and a cafe. The Caves, 10km south of town, are open 9am to 5pm daily ((URL HIDDEN) Naracoorte is also central to four premium wine regions – Coonawarra, Penola, Padthaway and Wrattonbully – within a 48km or 30-minute radius. Splash out in the large manmade Naracoorte swimming lake, with reticulated and chlorinated water and lifeguards on duty on very hot days. It’s surrounded by lawns and shady trees, is free and is open from December 1 to March 31. The town of Naracoorte has two seven-day supermarkets, three hotels, Thai and Chinese restaurants, a renowned family bakery, a French patisserie/chocolatier, McDonald’s, Subway and many other takeaway food shops and a thriving shopping centre. The Commonwealth Bank, ANZ Bank, Westpac, National Australia Bank and BankSA all have branches in the town centre; and there’s also the People’s Choice credit union and a Bendigo Community Bank agency. Out of hours, you can draw money from six ATMs. Be sure to visit the award-winning The Sheep’s Back wool industry museum, set in a historic three-storey former flour mill, and the Mini Jumbuk factory, where woollen bedding products for the world are made, and its visitor centre. Naracoorte welcomes families to its many parks, including the Naracoorte Community Playground and Lions Pioneer Park, both in MacDonnell Street. Stroll, walk or run on the picturesque Naracoorte Creek Walk through the centre of town; and feed the geese on the pond in the Scout Hall grounds, off Park Terrace, near Naracoorte Holiday Park.
  • Lovely accommodation with everything we needed, especially for just one night, but it would be perfect for a much longer stay. Lovely big comfortable bed was much appreciated by 6'4" husband!

    Ian2014-02-04T00:00:00Z
  • We stayed at Richards limestone cottage on our way to Adelaide. The home was comfortable as was the king bed & there were plenty of supplies for a good breakfast & he even included a bottle of wine. We did find some of the furnishings a little tired & in need of a dust. We liked the outlook across town from the veranda.

    Tony and Susie2016-02-20T00:00:00Z
  • We stayed at Richard's cosy cottage for just one night but it was exactly what we needed-peaceful surrounds, clean amenities and a well-stocked breakfast pantry. Highly recommended for the independent AirBnB traveller!

    Kavita2013-12-30T00:00:00Z
  • This property was perfect! Everything you could need including a generous breakfast every day. We came to Narracourte for a wedding and my babysitter cancelled last minute. Richard saved the day with organizing one for us. Can't praise this place highly enough. Thanks again Richard! :)

    Sara2017-04-10T00:00:00Z
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    Naracoorte, SA, Australia

    SMITH STREET VILLA is a self-contained Bed and Breakfast. Prices are based on the number of Adults and Children and the number of nights of the stay. Tariffs include full breakfast provisions (see details below). Children under 2 are free. The house at 192 Smith Street is the closest Bed and Breakfast to the centre of Naracoorte and is very convenient to everything. It's self-contained and private for one group at a time, whether one guest or eight. It can comfortably sleep up to eight adults and two children. Tariffs include full breakfast provisions for each day of the stay. The 1910 freestone villa of generous proportions has five bedrooms and two bathrooms and has proved very popular with guests who like to be only a short walk from shops and services. There are two queen-sized bedrooms, two double bedrooms and a twin bedroom (with two single beds). The sitting room has comfortable leather sofas and recliners, a wood-burning combustion heater, TV and DVD player. The main bathroom has a full-sized bath, shower, vanity and WC; and a second bathroom has a shower over a half-sized bath and vanity, with a separate WC adjoining. The laundry area has a washing machine, dryer, iron and ironing board. A country “eat-in” kitchen has a solid timber table and seating for up to 8-9 guests as well as cooktop, oven, microwave, dishwasher, cookware, cutlery, crockery and glasses. Smith Street Villa has ducted reverse cycle air conditioning in four of the five bedrooms; wall-mounted reverse cycle air conditioners in the sitting room and kitchen; and a wood-burning combustion heater in the sitting room. A feature of the house is a new, very large back verandah with decking and a barbecue and outdoor setting – ideal for casual meals, drinks and snacks overlooking the back garden. The verandah is completely fenced, so it’s very safe for children, and has a ramp for easy access as well as steps leading to the garden. The 3.5-star rated Smith Street Villa is one of five properties owned and run by Naracoorte Cottages. (The others are MacDonnell House, Limestone View, Pinkerton Hill and Showgrounds Cottage.) Richard Peake and Judy Barton established this “people friendly” Bed and Breakfast business in 1995 and have welcomed thousands of satisfied guests from South Australia, interstate and overseas. NARACOORTE COTTAGES offers comfort, convenience and cleanliness with all modern amenities. The B&Bs are ideal for singles, couples, families and groups – as well as corporate guests – for one overnight stopover or a longer stay. They are private for one guest group at a time – even if there’s only one guest. The houses have plasma TVs, DVD players, free local call telephones, free access to wireless broadband (BYO laptop or desktop computer) and reverse cycle air conditioning. Bed linen, towels and toiletries are provided. Tariffs are value for money and include generous full breakfast provisions (eggs, bacon, tomatoes, fruit juice, boxed cereals, bread, jams and spreads, tea, instant coffee, coffee grounds and milk); and a complimentary 750ml bottle of wine with every booking. Families and children are welcome (cot, high chair and change table can be provided if needed). Note that MacDonnell House does not have any single ensemble beds, but a fold-up bed for a child can be provided. DISCOUNTS. There are discounts for bookings of more than one night. Corporate, family and group rates are available. A “no breakfast” option is also available. Phone Richard Peake (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) or email him at (EMAIL HIDDEN) for a quotation. PUBLIC HOLIDAYS. Please note that we have a 3-night minimum booking for Easter (during the four days from the Thursday night before Good Friday through to Easter Sunday) and a 2-night minimum on long weekends. NARACOORTE is home to the South Australia’s only World Heritage listed site, the Naracoorte Caves National Park, 10km south of town. The park includes Wonambi Fossil Centre, telling the story of megafauna whose bones are preserved in fossil deposits, and caves with spectacular limestone formations, a Bat Cave and a cafe. The Caves, 10km south of town, are open 9am to 5pm daily ((URL HIDDEN) Naracoorte is also central to four premium wine regions – Coonawarra, Penola, Padthaway and Wrattonbully – within a 48km or 30-minute radius. Splash out in the large manmade Naracoorte swimming lake, with reticulated and chlorinated water and lifeguards on duty on very hot days. It’s surrounded by lawns and shady trees, is free and is open from December 1 to March 31. The town of Naracoorte has two seven-day supermarkets, three hotels, Thai and Chinese restaurants, a renowned family bakery, a French patisserie/chocolatier, McDonald’s, Subway and many other takeaway food shops and a thriving shopping centre. The Commonwealth Bank, ANZ Bank, Westpac, National Australia Bank and BankSA all have branches in the town centre; and there’s also the People’s Choice credit union and a Bendigo Community Bank agency. Out of hours, you can draw money from six ATMs. Be sure to visit the award-winning The Sheep’s Back wool industry museum, set in a historic three-storey former flour mill, and the Mini Jumbuk factory, where woollen bedding products for the world are made, and its visitor centre. Naracoorte welcomes families to its many parks, including the Naracoorte Community Playground and Lions Pioneer Park, both in MacDonnell Street. Stroll, walk or run on the picturesque Naracoorte Creek Walk through the centre of town; and feed the geese on the pond in the Scout Hall grounds, off Park Terrace, near Naracoorte Holiday Park.
  • I needed accomodation for my guests to attend my wedding, I contacted Richard and rented 3 houses in total. Each house was clean,comfy beds and they all where beautifully presented. All the guests enjoyed their stay, I would definitely recommend Naracoorte cottages.

    Kathy2017-01-13T00:00:00Z
  • Great place. Terrific attention to detail. Every amenity supplied. Location is good.

    Jeffrey2017-01-05T00:00:00Z
  • Great place. Well worth a stay.

    Jeffrey2017-07-10T00:00:00Z
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    Naracoorte, SA, Australia

    Get back to nature with our cosy bush bell tents. Double bed and two singles located privately on our large property. No need for power, and save a packet by bringing your own linen and towels. Full camp kitchen and new shower and toilet units. Use as a base to visit the many Coonawarra winery cellar doors. Breakfast included (cereal & toast). Deluxe upgrade + $50 per couple - home-grown eggs, bacon, tomato, toast, jams, cereal, milk, bottle of our Cabernet Sauvignon, and red gum fire wood.
    Beautifully located in natural bushland, our bush bell tents have free WiFi and sleep 4. Each has its own fire pit, bring your own or buy wood on site. Fully equipped camp kitchen in main building (fridges, TVs, pots and pans, knives and forks etc) with 5 new private bathroom and shower units. Helpful staff will assist. Close parking, neat, tidy and economical. Breakfast is included.
    Think Coonawarra, and thoughts of sumptuous reds spring to mind – from the rich rust-coloured Terra Rossa soil for which it’s internationally recognized, to the prized red wines that have made it famous. There are the ruddy cheeks of those who tend the vines; the crimson sunsets that sweep across a vast horizon; and of course, there’s the fiery passion in the veins of our vignerons and winemakers. Almost a million years ago, an ocean teeming with sea-life lapped at the feet of the ancient Kanawinka Escarpment. Then came an ice age, and the great melt that followed led to the creation of the chalky white bedrock which is the foundation of this unique region. But nature had not finished, for with her winds, rain and sand she blanketed the plain with a soil rich in iron, silica and nutrients, to become one of the most renowned terroir soils in the world. Long and narrow, this celebrated ridge of earth, together with pure underground water, cool nights and a long, mild growing season, is Nature’s gift to wine lovers across the globe. This precious parcel of land is some of the most valuable agricultural land in the nation, and recognised as Australia’s premier red wine region, contributing fruit to some of the finest wines in the world. But of course, it took human spirit and ingenuity to bottle it, and like all great appellations, the wines of Coonawarra speak not just of the famous terroir, but also of the local community and people who give those wines their character. It began with the vision of John Riddoch in 1890, and his first plantings of vines; then championed into the next century by the Redmans; and given a renaissance by the Wynns in 1951. These names are still revered, and their vision and heritage is proudly upheld by the world-class wineries which now call Coonawarra home. Today, new generations of old winemaking families toil alongside an influx of fresh talent to ensure the spirit of the Coonawarra wine region continues to thrive. It is a community that’s vibrant, passionate, sophisticated and unique – one that salutes tradition while embracing innovation. At vintage, every picker, cellar-hand and winemaker devotes the same commitment to nurturing each parcel of delicate fruit and crafting them into wines of exceptional distinction that lend themselves perfectly to maturing in the cellar before flowing lusciously from bottle to decanter to glass. Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignons not only taste exceptional when young, but they also cellar brilliantly. The ageability of Coonawarra wines are world class, and it’s what sets our wines apart from others: a fact endorsed by generations of collectors around the world, who have cellared them for up to 60 years. Together, our landscape, our people and our passion work in harmony to create a signature wine region that delivers on a myriad of levels, from the truly magnificent rust-red earth below to the lush, vivid green vines and big blue skies above; the cool Cabernet Sauvignons, Shirazes, Chardonnays and Rieslings have made Coonawarra one of the New World’s greatest appellations. (C/- Coonawarra Vignerons)
  • Scenic and peaceful place to stay for Coonawara our explorations. Great respite from long camping trips.

    ashley2017-11-17T00:00:00Z
  • Bell tents are amazing, very comfortable and unique. Facilities are great, showers, toilets, kitchen etc will definitely stay again and explore the surrounding bushland

    Jesse2017-10-06T00:00:00Z
  • Great place to stay if you want to explore the wineries. Fantastic locations and experience to stay in the bell tents. Really enjoyed the environment and overall our stay was brilliant!

    Jess2017-09-25T00:00:00Z
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    Glenroy, SA, Australia

    The full camping experience without the hassle. Beautifully located next to the lake, these onsite bell tents are 5m x 5m and can accommodate 4 adults easily. Shared cooking and bathroom facilities for all. Many wine and bush activities arranged. Deluxe upgrade $50 - wine, heater, eggs & bacon, fire wood.
    200 acres of bushland, 200 acres of vines, tree farm
  • We had a fantastic stay in the bell tent! We stayed 2 nights on our way to Adelaide from Melbourne. We were travelling with our 4 month old baby boy, so I was slightly nervous about keeping him warm but I needn't be. When we arrived (in the evening) Steve met us and showed us around. He had anticipated we would need to keep the baby warm and had put an electric blanket in the large king sized bed ready for us. He then set about lighting a fire in the fire drum outside our tent (each tent has one) We had a great nights sleep. The facilities are excellent with plenty of clean and modern bathrooms to choose from. Laundry facilities for a reasonable price. The kitchen had everything we needed. We opted for the $50 luxury pack, which gave us bacon, eggs, bread and Orange juice and a bottle of wine to enjoy. We had a small problem with a power outage which was sorted quickly and without fuss by the onsite care taker, who was lovely! Beautiful location and a very special experience! We will be back!

    Rebecca2017-06-03T00:00:00Z
  • Awesome place.

    Shayla2017-02-09T00:00:00Z
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    Lisa2017-01-30T00:00:00Z
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    Coonawarra, SA, Australia

    Warm in winter and cool in summer, our new double room offers comfortable accommodation with queen and single - new and clean, price including linen. New shower and toilet units are just outside your door. A full shared kitchen with hot plates, fridges, microwaves and 2 BBQs is also adjacent. Located next to our dam, the rooms are sound-proofed and carpeted. Park close by and check-in/out any time. Flexible terms and free breakfasts off-peak.
    Enjoy a glass of Coonawarra wine next to a campfire (wood, paper and kindling on hand) at your private outdoor or indoor setting. With tea and coffee provided, comfortable beds with quality linen and reading lights, you don't need to spend much to be comfortable.
    Think Coonawarra, and thoughts of sumptuous reds spring to mind – from the rich rust-coloured Terra Rossa soil for which it’s internationally recognized, to the prized red wines that have made it famous. There are the ruddy cheeks of those who tend the vines; the crimson sunsets that sweep across a vast horizon; and of course, there’s the fiery passion in the veins of our vignerons and winemakers. Almost a million years ago, an ocean teeming with sea-life lapped at the feet of the ancient Kanawinka Escarpment. Then came an ice age, and the great melt that followed led to the creation of the chalky white bedrock which is the foundation of this unique region. But nature had not finished, for with her winds, rain and sand she blanketed the plain with a soil rich in iron, silica and nutrients, to become one of the most renowned terroir soils in the world. Long and narrow, this celebrated ridge of earth, together with pure underground water, cool nights and a long, mild growing season, is Nature’s gift to wine lovers across the globe. This precious parcel of land is some of the most valuable agricultural land in the nation, and recognised as Australia’s premier red wine region, contributing fruit to some of the finest wines in the world. But of course, it took human spirit and ingenuity to bottle it, and like all great appellations, the wines of Coonawarra speak not just of the famous terroir, but also of the local community and people who give those wines their character. It began with the vision of John Riddoch in 1890, and his first plantings of vines; then championed into the next century by the Redmans; and given a renaissance by the Wynns in 1951. These names are still revered, and their vision and heritage is proudly upheld by the world-class wineries which now call Coonawarra home. Today, new generations of old winemaking families toil alongside an influx of fresh talent to ensure the spirit of the Coonawarra wine region continues to thrive. It is a community that’s vibrant, passionate, sophisticated and unique – one that salutes tradition while embracing innovation. At vintage, every picker, cellar-hand and winemaker devotes the same commitment to nurturing each parcel of delicate fruit and crafting them into wines of exceptional distinction that lend themselves perfectly to maturing in the cellar before flowing lusciously from bottle to decanter to glass. Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignons not only taste exceptional when young, but they also cellar brilliantly. The ageability of Coonawarra wines are world class, and it’s what sets our wines apart from others: a fact endorsed by generations of collectors around the world, who have cellared them for up to 60 years. Together, our landscape, our people and our passion work in harmony to create a signature wine region that delivers on a myriad of levels, from the truly magnificent rust-red earth below to the lush, vivid green vines and big blue skies above; the cool Cabernet Sauvignons, Shirazes, Chardonnays and Rieslings have made Coonawarra one of the New World’s greatest appellations.
  • Clean, comfortable and inviting. The perfect weekend escape!

    Marnie2017-04-21T00:00:00Z
  • No problems at all, although any 5-star ratings need to be viewed with scepticism since this venue offer bribes for 100% favourable online reviews.

    Sam2017-05-13T00:00:00Z
  • Clean, comfortable and inviting. The perfect weekend escape!

    Marnie2017-04-22T00:00:00Z
  • Pets welcome, but you have to take a crate/box for your dog if staying in one of the "cabins". The room was compact but clean and easy to heat. Beds were comfy. Toilets and showers were spotlessly clean, and the water was hot! The communal kitchen is large, uninsulated and draughty. The would be a bonus in summer, but in winter it was unpleasant. There were a number of places where condensation dropped from the ceiling-onto the floor and tables. Even the TV had moisture on the front of it. We didn't try to turn it on. It was too cold to hang around in the kitchen any longer than necessary. You can have a campfire, but wood is sold separately.

    Kirstie2017-06-04T00:00:00Z
  • Clean, convenient, friendly and simple

    Edmund2017-04-09T00:00:00Z
  • Great location, we loved our stay.

    Heidi & James2017-10-01T00:00:00Z
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    Coonawarra, SA, Australia

    Double suite (3 pax)
    6 reviews
    Have you ever tried glamping? That is, camping, with a real bed and 240v power, and no need to put up and pull down the tent? The full camping experience without the hassle? Warm in winter and cool in summer, this cosy bell tent is located next to the vineyard and lake. It is 5m across and accommodates up to 4 people. New shared bathrooms, breakfast, electric blanket and tea and coffee in your yurt are included as standard. A $50 deluxe upgrade is also available (heating, food and wine+).
    An economical and romantic alternative to a boring hotel room - enjoy a glass of Coonawarra wine next to your own campfire at your own outdoor setting. With tea and coffee provided in your powered yurt, a huge king bed and power points for your lights, iPad and iPhone, you don't need to come out if you don't want to - and there is free WiFi also! When and if you emerge you will enjoy the bush environment, the farm animals, the vineyard and the grassy paddock. Take our shuttle to the Coonawarra Wineries Walking Trail for just $15 per person and enjoy wine tasting at 6 famous cellar doors, lunch at Fodder and an afternoon rest before dinner... Our standard breakfast includes cereal and toast. Of course, you can spoil yourself with a full breakfast of bacon and home-grown eggs, juice, toast, extra firewood, an electric space heater and a bottle of Coonawarra wine on arrival - just $50 per couple with the Deluxe option.
    Think Coonawarra, and thoughts of sumptuous reds spring to mind – from the rich rust-coloured Terra Rossa soil for which it’s internationally recognized, to the prized red wines that have made it famous. There are the ruddy cheeks of those who tend the vines; the crimson sunsets that sweep across a vast horizon; and of course, there’s the fiery passion in the veins of our vignerons and winemakers. Almost a million years ago, an ocean teeming with sea-life lapped at the feet of the ancient Kanawinka Escarpment. Then came an ice age, and the great melt that followed led to the creation of the chalky white bedrock which is the foundation of this unique region. But nature had not finished, for with her winds, rain and sand she blanketed the plain with a soil rich in iron, silica and nutrients, to become one of the most renowned terroir soils in the world. Long and narrow, this celebrated ridge of earth, together with pure underground water, cool nights and a long, mild growing season, is Nature’s gift to wine lovers across the globe. This precious parcel of land is some of the most valuable agricultural land in the nation, and recognised as Australia’s premier red wine region, contributing fruit to some of the finest wines in the world. But of course, it took human spirit and ingenuity to bottle it, and like all great appellations, the wines of Coonawarra speak not just of the famous terroir, but also of the local community and people who give those wines their character. It began with the vision of John Riddoch in 1890, and his first plantings of vines; then championed into the next century by the Redmans; and given a renaissance by the Wynns in 1951. These names are still revered, and their vision and heritage is proudly upheld by the world-class wineries which now call Coonawarra home. Today, new generations of old winemaking families toil alongside an influx of fresh talent to ensure the spirit of the Coonawarra wine region continues to thrive. It is a community that’s vibrant, passionate, sophisticated and unique – one that salutes tradition while embracing innovation. At vintage, every picker, cellar-hand and winemaker devotes the same commitment to nurturing each parcel of delicate fruit and crafting them into wines of exceptional distinction that lend themselves perfectly to maturing in the cellar before flowing lusciously from bottle to decanter to glass. Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignons not only taste exceptional when young, but they also cellar brilliantly. The ageability of Coonawarra wines are world class, and it’s what sets our wines apart from others: a fact endorsed by generations of collectors around the world, who have cellared them for up to 60 years. Together, our landscape, our people and our passion work in harmony to create a signature wine region that delivers on a myriad of levels, from the truly magnificent rust-red earth below to the lush, vivid green vines and big blue skies above; the cool Cabernet Sauvignons, Shirazes, Chardonnays and Rieslings have made Coonawarra one of the New World’s greatest appellations. (C/- Coonawarra Vignerons)
  • Great location for some key vineyards which you can visit on a walking tour from here. New clean bathrooms! To avoid disappointment be sure to check on individual prices of everything from heaters, firewood, BBQ usage, to walk tours, deluxe packages inclusions etc. Everything is available as a separately priced option. Can get very wet here but cabins are available if you ask.

    Walter2017-07-27T00:00:00Z
  • Great first experience of glamping. Was chilly overnight even on a warm day, electric blanket was great. Bit of a walk to ammenities but bathrooms were very good and clean. Camp kitchen was great, had everything you could need.

    Lisa2017-10-09T00:00:00Z
  • We had a wonderful time staying in one of the yurts at the bush holiday park for 2 nights. The staff we very friendly and helpful. The park is about 3km from the highway and about a 5 minute drive to the small township of Coonawarra. A shuttle service was available as a drop off and pickup service to do the walking wine tour of some of the fabulous wineries in the area. The $20 to have your own personal fire pit at your tent door topped of a fabulous day. Perfect, to enjoy the sun setting over the back vineyards with a selection of cheese and glass of wine.

    Lesley2017-10-16T00:00:00Z
  • nice place , we had one night in big tents . although was a very windy day , but inside the tents was very warm . The tent was like a Mongolian tents , big enough for 4 people . Steve was friendly and nice . Hot shower was really nice , toilet was very clean .

    yixin(Anna)2016-11-12T00:00:00Z
  • Wonderful experience staying in the tent. Wake up to the sounds of nature. If you are worried that you will be cold, fret not as it is warm and toasty inside...

    Kinjal2016-12-05T00:00:00Z
  • Tents are a great size and you can easily stand up and move around in them. They also come equipped with an electric blanket so even in the high of winter, it was toasty warm in bed. Like any shared space, issues with cleanliness, particularly of the bathrooms and kitchen facilities were our biggest issue.

    Sally2017-07-10T00:00:00Z
  • The Coonawarra Bush Camp is a nice little spot not too far away by car from the major wineries. Steve had the yurt decked out so it was a comfortable stay, and he was very helpful with regards to providing winery suggestions and general trip advice. Just to note, we did not anticipate that some of the extra facilities listed e.g. wifi, laundry, are added costs to your trip. It wasn't too much of a hassle for us during our stay, but it might be good to make this clearer on Airbnb for future patrons :)

    Ji Lian2016-06-29T00:00:00Z
  • In summer, this would be a really good experience. The weather was against us and we found the tenting experience pretty cold.

    Barbara2017-07-07T00:00:00Z
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    Our neat and new private rooms have views over our lake. Full kitchen next door, new shower and toilet units across hall. Perfectly located 2 minutes from main Adelaide - Melbourne highway or as a base to visit the many Coonawarra winery cellar doors. Standard Breakfast only $8 per person (cereal, toast, milk, jam). Deluxe upgrade + $50 per couple - home-grown eggs, bacon, tomato, toast, jams, cereal, milk, bottle of our Cabernet Sauvignon, and red gum fire wood.
    Beautifully located next to the dam, our new rooms are sound-proofed and carpeted. Heating provided. Free WiFi in room. Fully equipped camp kitchen at end of hall (fridges, TVs, pots and pans, knives and forks etc). Helpful staff will assist. Close parking, neat, tidy and economical. Breakfast is included.
    Think Coonawarra, and thoughts of sumptuous reds spring to mind – from the rich rust-coloured Terra Rossa soil for which it’s internationally recognized, to the prized red wines that have made it famous. There are the ruddy cheeks of those who tend the vines; the crimson sunsets that sweep across a vast horizon; and of course, there’s the fiery passion in the veins of our vignerons and winemakers. Almost a million years ago, an ocean teeming with sea-life lapped at the feet of the ancient Kanawinka Escarpment. Then came an ice age, and the great melt that followed led to the creation of the chalky white bedrock which is the foundation of this unique region. But nature had not finished, for with her winds, rain and sand she blanketed the plain with a soil rich in iron, silica and nutrients, to become one of the most renowned terroir soils in the world. Long and narrow, this celebrated ridge of earth, together with pure underground water, cool nights and a long, mild growing season, is Nature’s gift to wine lovers across the globe. This precious parcel of land is some of the most valuable agricultural land in the nation, and recognised as Australia’s premier red wine region, contributing fruit to some of the finest wines in the world. But of course, it took human spirit and ingenuity to bottle it, and like all great appellations, the wines of Coonawarra speak not just of the famous terroir, but also of the local community and people who give those wines their character. It began with the vision of John Riddoch in 1890, and his first plantings of vines; then championed into the next century by the Redmans; and given a renaissance by the Wynns in 1951. These names are still revered, and their vision and heritage is proudly upheld by the world-class wineries which now call Coonawarra home. Today, new generations of old winemaking families toil alongside an influx of fresh talent to ensure the spirit of the Coonawarra wine region continues to thrive. It is a community that’s vibrant, passionate, sophisticated and unique – one that salutes tradition while embracing innovation. At vintage, every picker, cellar-hand and winemaker devotes the same commitment to nurturing each parcel of delicate fruit and crafting them into wines of exceptional distinction that lend themselves perfectly to maturing in the cellar before flowing lusciously from bottle to decanter to glass. Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignons not only taste exceptional when young, but they also cellar brilliantly. The ageability of Coonawarra wines are world class, and it’s what sets our wines apart from others: a fact endorsed by generations of collectors around the world, who have cellared them for up to 60 years. Together, our landscape, our people and our passion work in harmony to create a signature wine region that delivers on a myriad of levels, from the truly magnificent rust-red earth below to the lush, vivid green vines and big blue skies above; the cool Cabernet Sauvignons, Shirazes, Chardonnays and Rieslings have made Coonawarra one of the New World’s greatest appellations. (URL HIDDEN)
  • Really nice tent, comfortable beds. Modern bathrooms. Pleasant atmosphere.

    Justin2017-01-22T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful location surrounded by Coonawarra's finest offerings!

    William2017-02-16T00:00:00Z
  • I wasn't sure what to expect, on arriving I was blown away with the size of the camp and the way it is set up. The site is surrounded by vineyards, magnificent old trees a small lake. lawns, some just planted with the Glamping facilities. The big accommodation area, toilets etc are spotless. Bed comfortable, lovely soft pillows. Spaciousness is what amazed me. Plenty of fridge space with toaster, microwave & BBQ. It was too cold to be in the kitchen area, warmer days it would be great. Nice area for sitting outside. Steve has Interesting 'art' on the walls make time to see it. Cricket and frog sounds in the evening unusual and very relaxing. Overall in my opinion Steve has a 'real treasure' here. Excellent write up about 'The Neighbourhood. Thank you Steve. Friendly dog and cat completes the ambiance.

    Lorraine (Lawrie)2017-08-15T00:00:00Z
  • Amenities spotless. Well thought out tiling to the bathroom with automatic lighting from main rooms to bathroom. Outside campers have access to these great facilities. Shower spacious, water perfect temperature. Large fluffy towels, a bonus Whole area pretty much new. Loved the basket of 'walnuts' touch, hope it was ok to take some. Steve certainly knows how to organise 'Glamping' He has a wonderful site, is a fantastic host, making sure I was comfortable after settling in, I felt comfortable, safe and secure. Will recommend to my friends who enjoy camping. Great for single campers.

    Lorraine (Lawrie)2017-08-16T00:00:00Z
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    Coonawarra, SA, Australia

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