Photos sourced via Acorn Nook on AirBnb
Acorn Nook is a little homestay tucked away in the stunning Kuitpo forest in Dingabledinga, screaming all things sustainable and eco-friendly.
This rustic Eco Pod in the heart of nature is a part of SA winery Lazy Ballerina, and is an exciting new emergence from the COVID-19 pandemic.
It’s a tiny house nested under a gorgeous Acorn tree, promising restorative experience and getaway in nature.
Acorn Nook has a rustic design and was styled with the Japanese concept of Wabi-Sabi in mind – aesthetics focusing on transience and imperfection.
The Eco Pod is an epitome of relaxation with its indoor wood heater, temperature controlled heating and cooling, a fire pit, swing chair and an outdoor bath on the deck.
You’ll have the choice of enjoying some rural vista views from the verandah and indulge in a steaming bath stress-free, or you can join guests in Lazy Ballerina’s cellar door just next door and celebrate with wood oven pizza and a bottle of fine wine.
Acorn Nook’s guests will have full access to the tiny house as well as the surrounding areas, the winery and its stunning gardens.
The Eco Pod is priced at $274 per night – 2 guests · 1 bedroom · 1 bed · 1.5 baths