Accommodation

Staycation like a queen in this stunning Victorian apartment

The gorgeous 1860’s terrace home is centrally located in heart of Adelaide and offers all the charm of Victorian heritage with all the modern-day luxuries. 

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Staycation in a landmark piece of South Australian architecture on the doorstep of the Adelaide Botanic Gardens. 

The gorgeous 1860’s terrace home is centrally located in heart of Adelaide and offers all the charm of Victorian heritage with all the modern-day luxuries. 

The Victorian-style home that was built in 1877 from Glen Osmond stone, has recently been fully renovated and has a contemporary feel, however, the beautiful original features like the flagstone floors have remained. 

The accommodation is a single stand-alone apartment as the original home has been split into multiple accommodations. 

The apartment is located on the basement level making it a calm escape from the action above. 

The Italianate style terrace overlooks North Terrace and is a stone’s throw from many of the festivals that make Adelaide famous. The art gallery, museum, botanic gardens, Rundle Mall and the East End are all just are steps away from the property, giving guests an opportunity to explore the cities dining and culture scene. 

The original thick stone walls and double glazed windows block the street noise from North Terrace making guests feel a world away whilst in the heart of the action. 

The apartment is self-contained so no amenities have to be shared. There is one large bedroom with a comfortable queen bed and a generous couch to accommodate a third person if needed. The apartment also comes with a full kitchen, a newly renovated bathroom with a deep bathtub, an open living room with a smart-tv and fast wifi. There is also a washing machine for travellers expecting to stay awhile.

Parking is included in the stay, but a car isn’t necessary due to the unbeatable location. Located in the heart of the action, guests can easily walk anywhere in the city or easily catch the free public transport available in the city. 

This delightful little terrace is a fantastic location to use as a base or just to escape the perils of reality. 

Adelaide, Australia – January 3, 2016: Tram turning from King William street to the North Terrace in the Adelaide CBD on the summer evening and heading to the Entertainment Centre. The route between the South Terrace and the Entertainment Centre is free for all passengers.

Reservations start at $200 per night. Book your stay on Airbnb here


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