"Mill Cottages & Second Valley Motel"
Located in Second Valley (historic Randalsea)
The Mill Cottages are located on the main Adelaide to Cape Jervis Road and comprise five fully restored intimate stone heritage cottages, one with wheelchair access, and thirteen western red cedar units providing a mix of single room motel style units and two room apartments tastefully decorated and comfortably appointed.
The facility is part of Leonards Mill complex, a 150 year old heritage listed complex on the Fleurieu Peninsula providing in addition a tavern with pokies and restaurant on the opposite side.
Second Valley is a relaxed, leisurely country town on the coast at the southern end of the Fleurieu Peninsula. The accommodation is ideal as a base to explore the natural beauty of the very popular Deep Creek Conservation Park or nearby Kangaroo Island.
Deep Creek conservation park contains the largest remaining natural vegetation on the Fleurieu Peninsula, with an extensive network of some of the most scenic and challenging bushwalking trails in the state. It is also home to a healthy population of western grey kangaroos, short beaked echindnas, southern brown bandicoots and southern emu wrens. A very popular attraction with visitation of over 35,000 a year.
Kangaroo Island day trips are also easily arranged with the ferry terminal at Cape Jervis only a 10 minute drive away. Take the car to explore Kangaroo Island, or leave the car behind, hop on the ferry, and enjoy lunch overlooking the pristine waters of the island.
Alternatively you can go diving, exploring the artificial reef created by the sinking of the former HMAS Hobart off the coast or the spectacular headland and coastal scenery and the secluded beaches.
Or you may just want to enjoy the tantalising and deliciously relaxed atmosphere.
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