Mclaren Vale, South Australia Accommodation
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22 Vernon Crescent, Maslin Beach, South Australia, 5170
Ambalama - this unique house sits on the first rise from beautiful Maslin Beach. Built of rammed earth and timber. It has stunning views of the ocean and cliffs. Upstairs, relax on the surround balconies while listening to the surf and enjoying the views. Enjoy the fantastic views while preparing your meal or relaxing in the open plan living area. Split level up to two bedrooms, 1 queen and 2 king singles, and bathroom. Downstairs bedroom is a studio unit, with queen bed, lounge area and ensuite. Enjoys its own sundeck balcony surrounded by the palm garden and more great views of the sea.
1 Chapel Hill Rd
McLaren Vale, SA, 5171
Be our guest and indulge your senses in the Mediterranean maritime lifestyle of McLaren Vale. Stunning scenery, world class wine, fabulous regional dining, pristine beaches, but then again McLaren Vale is a great place for doing absolutely nothing at all! The two-storey chalet-style Chapel Hill Winery Guest House B&B is set among the vineyards, 100 metres from the Gourmet Retreat. Guests (capacity for 6) will enjoy breath-taking views of the Onkaparinga River National Park, the Gulf of St Vincent and surrounding vineyards from both indoor and outdoor living areas. Features & Facilities: 3 Queen sized ensuite bedrooms, All suites with RC Air-conditioning, TV, telephone & Internet access, Fully equipped kitchen & Laundry, Outdoor BBQ area, Spacious living/entertaining areas with open fireplace, TV, DVD/VCR and CD Player, and Full Breakfast provisions for a self catered breakfast.
McLaren Vale, South Australia, 5171
McLarens on the Lake is situated in the heart of the McLaren Vale Wine region - only 45 minutes from Adelaide. The natural beauty of the region, the local wineries, regular food & wine festivals and many other tourist attractions combine to ensure that your first visit will not be the last.
McLaren Vale, SA, 5171
Set in the beautiful McLaren Vale wine region with more than 50 wineries and restaurants, only 30 mins south of Adelaide. Central to Victor Harbor, Adelaide Hills, Cape Jervois (Kangaroo Island). Visit the Almond Train or the Olive Grove. The McLaren Vale Lakeside caravan park is nestled in the heart of McLaren Vale wine region and offers the perfect spot to relax, while being a convenient base for touring the Fleurieu Peninsula. With the Fleurieu Peninsula attractions all with in an hours drive, and just 35 minutes from Adelaide. McLaren Vale is the ideal spot for those who want to get away from the hustle and bustle without the long drive. McLaren Vale Lakeside Caravan Park will provide you the perfect setting. With a 4 star AAA rating, the Park has many attractive features to make your stay a pleasant one.
13 Chalk Hill Road ,
South Australia, 5171
20 year old colonial style with full verandahs. 3 Queen & 1 Twin bed room, each with own facilities. Fully hosted and set on small acreage, with vineyard and valley views, but walking distance to restaurants & cellar doors.
13 Chalk Hill Rd
McLaren Vale, SA , 5171
Welcome to Southern Vales... Southern Vales Bed & Breakfast is a 20 year old colonial style home with full return verandah, set on a one and a half acre property. Located in the heart of McLaren Vale, our close proximity to major wineries and the town centre is a proven favourite with guests. We have put together this website to show you some of the key features we have to offer, and to provide a little insight into the wonders of McLaren Vale and the Fleurieu Peninsula. Please feel free to browse and take a look around. If there is something we have not covered, or you would just like to know more, please do not hesitate to contact us. With the gently rolling Mount Lofty Ranges forming a backdrop, the town of McLaren Vale nestles amongst vineyards. It is a stunning sight and a welcome introduction to the historic area. A Scotsman, John McLaren, who named it McLaren Vale, originally surveyed this beautiful valley in 1839. Two small villages, Gloucester and Bellevue, were established here in the 1840's by migrants from Great Britain, In 1923 buildings from these villages merged, adopting the name of the valley...