"Willunga House Bed & Breakfast"
Now, fully renovated, but retaining all of its old character, our guest wing offers 5 bedrooms (each sleeping two), furnished with antiques and genuine old brass and iron beds, where you may sleep in comfort between crisp cotton sheets.
Downstairs are the Green Room with queen size bed, ensuite bathroom and open fire, and the Blue Room also with queen size bed and ensuite bathroom and the Russet Room, with double bed and its own private bathroom just across the passageway. Upstairs are the Ruby Room, with queen size bed, french doors on to the balcony and an ensuite bathroom, and the Pink Room with a double bed and its own private bathroom, just across the passage-way. Electric blankets and extra bedding are provided in all rooms, and hairdryers and toiletries in all bathrooms.
There is space to relax in our guest sitting room, which has an open wood fire. We offer a wide range of reading material, puzzles and games, and a selection of music for your enjoyment, and we have installed air conditioning for your added comfort.
You are welcome to check in any time after 3pm, and we offer afternoon tea on your arrival, with home made cake, to help you settle in. A selection of teas, herb teas and coffees is available at all times, if you wish to make your own, as well as fresh fruit and other nibbles.
Breakfast is served daily in our dining room. The breakfast menu features a wide variety of local and home-grown produce from our organic garden, fresh eggs from our hens, and our own home-made jams, marmalades and chutneys. Many of our guests tell us that breakfast at Willunga House is really quite special!
While you are staying with us, you may like to enjoy the luxury of a full body massage. A one hour massage costs $35. Or you may prefer to relax in our garden where our solar heated swimming pool is available for your use in summer between the hours of 8am and 9pm. If you prefer the beach, you will find some of South Australia's best beaches just ten minutes' drive away.
Also just a short drive or bicycle ride away are several excellent restaurants, including the Salopian Inn, The Barn, D'Arry's Verandah, Magnums, the Limeburners, and The Star of Greece, and over forty wonderful wineries. Also worth a visit is the McLaren Vale and Fleurieu Visitor Centre in McLaren Vale, where you will find out more about the delights of this wonderful region: gardens, museums, produce, food and wine, to name just a few.
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