"Windrush Cottage"

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Delightful stone cottage (circa 1860) set on two peaceful acres surrounded by big gums and grazing Suffolk sheep.

Windrush is located 50 minutes from Adelaide's centre, 30 minutes from Goolwa and McLaren Vale, and only 5 minutes from Strathalbyn's High Street where you will find wonderful antique shops, cafes, hotels and a superb restaurant.

Your sole occupancy facilities include a formal sitting room, informal sunroom and outdoor entertaining area with barbeque. Three bedrooms, 2 with comfortable queen-sized beds and 1 with two singles. Luxurious linen, towels and doonas. Woodfire in winter and reverse cycle air conditioning. Fully equipped kitchen. Bathroom with bath, shower and separate toilet. Colour TV, CD player, books and games.
  • Location: 7 km west of Strathalbyn on Ashbourne Road   Regional Map
  • Distance: 7 km from Strathalbyn or 4 km from Ashbourne
  • Number of Bedrooms: 3
  • Number of Bathrooms: 1
  • Maximum Number of Guests: 6
  • Breakfast: Country style cooked breakfast ingredients provided - eggs, bacon, tomatoes, bread, cereal, fruit, yoghurt, filter coffee & choice of teas
  • Smoking: not permitted inside
  • Children: by arrangement
  • Pets: permitted with conditions
  • Note: minimum 2 night stay on South Australian long weekends
  • Tariff: (B&B per couple per night, unless otherwise specified)
    $160 per couple per night
    $120 per single per night
    (as at October 2006)

Click here to view the Windrush Cottage web site!

Your Hosts:Di & Mark
Postal Address:22 Albert St Adelaide SA 5000
Phone:(08) 8231 4210
Fax:(08) 8231 4213
Mobile:0408 812 413
Payment by:BC, MC, Visa, Cheque, Cash, Bank Cheque

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