"Middle River Homestead and Cottages"

Middle River Homestead and Cottages
Where friends and families relax...

Middle River is a great place for your Kangaroo Island holiday - rugged cliffs, open spaces, beautiful sea views, wildlife and superb Snellings Beach. It is centrally located, making it a great touring base.

The property is diverse - bush, pasture, meandering river and spectacular coastline, and is listed as a wildlife sanctuary. The accommodations are simply yet comfortably furnished - perfect for a relaxed holiday.

Everything is provided with the exception of your provisions and beach towels. A range of fabulous produce is available locally.
  • Location: 60 km west of Kingscote on the north coast   Regional Map
  • Distance: 160km south-west of Adelaide, 32 km north-west of Parndana
  • Multiplicity: 3
  • Number of Bedrooms: Homestead: 4, Cottages: 3 each
  • Number of Bathrooms: Homestead: 1.5, Cottages: 2 each
  • Maximum Number of Guests: 7 guests per Cottage, 14 guests in Homestead, 28 guests total
  • Breakfast: self catering with full kitchen
  • Other Meals: self catering with full kitchen, BBQ's on site
  • Smoking: not permitted inside
  • Children: welcome
  • Pets: permitted with conditions, dogs welcome if tied up overnight due to wildlife
  • AAA Tourism Rating: Cottages 3 stars, Homestead 2.5 stars
  • Tariff: (B&B per couple per night, unless otherwise specified)
    Homestead $130 for 2, $12 per extra person
    Cottages $150 for 2, $12 per extra person
    (RO) (as at October 2006)

Click here to view the Middle River Homestead and Cottages web site!

Your Host:Middle River Reservations
Postal Address:PO Box 169 Kingscote SA 5223
Phone:(08) 8553 9119
Fax:(08) 8553 9122
e-mail:wildlife@kin.net.au

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