GETAWAY: Pink Lake Tiny House is an award-winning Clare Valley gem

Imagine waking up to the mesmerising pink hues of Lake Bumbunga. The serene waters shimmer in the early morning light. Its nature at its simplest and most captivating.

Imagine waking up to the mesmerising pink hues of Lake Bumbunga. The serene waters shimmer in the early morning light. Its nature at its simplest and most captivating.

This dreamy experience is now a reality, thanks to the award winning Pink Lake Tiny House in Lochiel, just over the hill from the Clare Valley.

This unique blend of luxury, eco-friendliness, and compact living is just a short 95-minute drive from Adelaide.

The ethos of the Pink Lake Tiny House is sustainability. Powered by solar panels and equipped with a rainwater collection system, every aspect of your stay is designed to have a minimal carbon footprint. But don’t let the term “tiny” fool you. These houses, though compact, are stacked with amenities.

There’s even a bio-composting toilet, which along with the meticulously designed interiors, demonstrates how every detail has been thoughtfully curated.

The original tiny house, ‘Sakura’, is a nod to Japanese elegance. It comfortably sleeps four, with two loft bedrooms that offer a unique stargazing experience. The kitchen is fully equipped, ensuring guests can whip up their favorite meals with ease. And for those moments of relaxation, the outdoor deck provides amazing views of the ever-changing pink lake.

‘Peony’, the larger of the two houses, boasts a modern Asian flair. With a queen bed on the ground floor and additional sleeping space in the loft, it’s perfect for families or groups. And for movie buffs, the in-house projector is pretty special.

But what sets these tiny houses aside from the rest is their emphasis on a personal, hosted experience. Owners Michael and Christina Seeliger envisioned the Pink Lake Tiny House as more than just accommodation. They believe that the true magic of the lake, with its captivating sunrise and sunset hues, can only be fully appreciated with an overnight stay.

The inclusive overnight package includes special hosted welcome drinks on arrival, a Korean-style BBQ Dinner inside your tiny house, an Aussie campfire with billy tea and roasted marshmallows and a star-talk experience. Hosted by Michael, this is a truly unique, private experience, which attracts 5-star reviews from local, national and international visitors.

This package makes an amazing gift voucher to give as a special gift to someone you love. 

The lake’s colors, ranging from bubblegum pink to lilac, offer a visual treat that’s hard to forget.

But the experience doesn’t end with the lake. The Clare Valley, renowned for its gourmet food and wine, is just a short drive away. It’s one of the greatest wine regions in the world on your doorstep.

With rates starting from A$350 per couple per night, the Pink Lake Tiny House offers an affordable luxury experience.  The privately hosted premium overnight package including all meals costs $950 per couple.

In a world where travel experiences often feel repetitive, the Pink Lake Tiny House stands out. It’s about immersing oneself in the natural beauty of South Australia whilst sharing quality time with friends or loved ones.

Limited Time Special Offer: Book direct and mention this article to receive a free bottle of wine for a two night stay or children under 14 y.o. stay free with the hosted package.  Offer valid for stays until the 15th December 2023.

For bookings and more information, click here.

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