"Clare Valley Heritage Retreat"


Roscrow
Roscrow is a self contained accommodation in a tastefully restored circa 1850 church in a tree lined, peaceful street in the heart of Clare. Close to main street, oval and all facilities. The accommodation is located next door to the local Uniting Church surrounded by lawns and cottage garden. The interior consists of a main hall with timber staircase leading to a loft bedroom with ensuite bathroom, dining area and lounge are serviced by a combustion heater. Additions to the side and rear of the house consist of a cottage kitchen, traditional bathroom, laundry and extra bedroom, all fitted with antique furniture.

Wishing Well
Heritage Masonette, tastefully furnished with three double rooms, a spa room, bathroom, laundry and full kitchen facilites. Located in a half acre secret garden with running creek and Heritage Listed Red Gum trees. The property also has reverse cycle air conditioning and combustion wood fire..

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  • Tariff: (B&B per couple per night, unless otherwise specified)
    $150 - $160 (B&B 2 night minimum)
    packages available
    extra persons paid on arrival
    (as at January 2007)


Your Host:Ian
Postal Address:PO Box 541 Clare SA 5453
Phone:0407 602 755
e-mail:ianmckendrick@bigpond.com

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