Who doesn’t love a little indulgence once in a while? A glass of post-dinner port in front of a crackling fireplace; the freshest scrambled eggs and country-baked bread you’ve ever tasted for brekky; beautiful brass beds and fresh white sheets. If this sounds like your sort of holiday, the Murray River Lakes and Coorong has a number of romantic little B&Bs where your hosts are more often than not the owners. These B&Bs are the perfect base from which to explore by day, unwind at night.
Alice's Bed and Breakfast is located in the Langhorne Creek wine region, less than one hour from Adelaide.
With picturesque views of the surrounding vineyard and the gum trees lining the Bremer River, Alice’s is the perfect place to stay while you visit some of the many Langhorne Creek wineries.
Strathalbyn, with its many antique shops and cafes, is only ten minutes away, or plan a day trip to the breathtaking beaches of the Fleurieu Peninsula.Visit website
Situated at the gateway to the Barossa, right on the Sturt Highway, Angel's Rest Bed and Breakfast provides an elegant getaway for the weary traveller or the wine trail adventurer.
Angel's Rest was built in 1850. The history filled building was known by the locals as an "angels rest" as the owners at the time were known to take in and care for itinerant travellers.
You will be amazed as you walk through the front door as unlike most compact bed and breakfast accommodation facilities, this stately home is large and rambling and fully self contained.
Enjoy a full kitchen, lounging area with large screen television and an eight-seater polished dining table. Sit back and relax in the rocking chair and admire the old grandfather clock built in the 1700s.
There are two bathrooms, complete with claw foot bath and brass shower fittings, for your comfort and convenience. Upstairs has three bedrooms (two king size beds and one single), high quality linen and warm, comfy quilts and cushions.
Keeping it's unique old world charm and combining the luxury of modern comfort and convenience, this bed and breakfast is a peaceful haven for the weary traveller.Visit website
Bienvenue Bed and Breakfast is ideal for mature adults. Relax and enjoy a little paradise on Hindmarsh Island, South Australia.
Bienvenue Bed and Breakfast is a two storey building situated on a prime waterfront location with incredible scenic views. You will have complete privacy with a separate guest entrance (staircase) and the entire floor.
Relax from the comfort of your bed, lounge or balcony where you can watch the pelicans, bird life, boating and kayaking activity on the water. A private jetty is also available. The property is five minutes' drive from Goolwa and 25 minutes' drive from Victor Harbor.
Features include three bedrooms with queen beds, bathroom and shower, separate toilet, powder room, laundry, lounge with television and DVD player. The kitchenette comes with a refrigerator, microwave, toaster and kettle. Provisions are provided for a continental breakfast. All linen and towels are supplied.Visit website
David Shearer Cottage Bed and Breakfast is located in the main street of Mannum, opposite the Pretoria Hotel.
Relax in the historic fully self contained cottage or courtyard outside, with your view of our 20 million year old Miocene fossil wall.
The adjoining Palm Court Cafe and Restaurant is ideal for dining out or having meals delivered to the cottage.
For your enjoyment the accommodation and all outdoor areas are totally non smoking and not suitable for children. No pets are allowed.
Continental light breakfast is included in the tariff or a full breakfast provision basket is available for an extra rate.
Randell Street's shops, visitor information centre, attractions and the Murray River waterside reserves are all within walking distance.
This historic cottage was the first home of David Shearer, creator of the very successful David Shearer Limited farm implements company. David and brother John started as a general blacksmiths and went on to be innovative manufacturers of farm implements and machinery.
David Shearer made and built Australia's first steam car in his factory in Mannum.
Ideal accommodation for Murray Princess, Proud Mary, PS Marion, Unforgettable Houseboats and houseboat hire passengers before and after your Murray River Cruises.
Mannum House Bed and Breakfast is located twenty metres from the Murray River with magnificent views. This one hundred year old stone cottage has been tastefully renovated and extended to cater for more than one group at a time. It is within easy walking distance to all that Mannum has to offer, including river cruising, shopping, good eating places, museums, golfing and many others.Visit website
Peechabella Vineyards Bed & Breakfast is tucked away on a picturesque vineyard in the premium wine producing region of Langhorne Creek.
This century-old stone dairy has private and secluded views of vineyards, lawns, and gardens dotted with old Red River Gums. It is very quiet, and offers light, airy, and spacious accommodation.
The cottage is only three kilometres from the village of Langhorne Creek and its local shop, country pub, and a dozen wineries, some serving lunch. It’s only ten minutes to Strathalbyn, 20 minutes to Mount Barker, and 30 minutes to Hahndorf with its food, souvenirs, fresh fruit stalls, and delightful Beerenberg Farm. It is also only 30 minutes to Goolwa, where the Southern Ocean roars onto the beach, and Port Elliot and Victor Harbor.
The peace and tranquillity at Peechabella are priceless, and have been attracting travellers from around the world for 15 years.Visit website
SunnyBrook Bed and Breakfast is situated at Tungkillo in the beautiful Adelaide Hills, about an hour's drive from Adelaide city. Choose from Thirsk (One bedroom) or Heswall (two bedroom) which overlook the Baker Creek and provide spectacular views across the valley with majestic river gums and abundant wildlife. The units are self contained with complete privacy. Evening meals can be arranged and are served in the homestead's private dining room. SunnyBrook is an ideal base to visit many places of interest with its close proximity to the Barossa Valley, River Murray and numerous other Adelaide Hills attractions.
The Creek Cottage is a tastefully renovated, historic limestone cottage, nestled in the township of Langhorne Creek - offering a great escape. Ideally located for guests to discover the region's cellar doors or relax with a picnic on the banks of the Bremer River beneath the native river red gums.
The cottage features two queen size rooms, large living area, sitting room, modern kitchen and relaxing outdoor area. The shady garden is beautifully landscaped, bordered at the back of property with vineyards. Breakfast provisions are provided along with a fully equipped kitchen and gas barbecue under the pergola.
The generous living area features contemporary furnishings complimented by a flat screen television, DVD player and an iPod dock. Ideal surroundings in which to unwind after a day of meandering around the regions cellar doors.
Langhorne Creek is an effortless one hour drive from Adelaide and is great place for guests to base themselves whilst touring Langhorne Creek and the Fleurieu Peninsula.Visit website
M?- mysterious, mighty, Murray, mouth, museli, milo, milk or munchies? Call in and ask us about the real name of our 1850's riverside cottage. Built by Captain Johnson (the first riverboat captain to reach Albury before 1860) for one of his engineers, our cottage stands on the highest point of the Murray Riverbank. Relax and enjoy the superb river view from the balcony adjoining your room. Two queen size bedrooms, each with its own ensuite have been purpose built for your pleasure. Breakfast is served in the sunroom, or weather permitting, on the Poop deck with magnificent views from the Hindmarsh Island Bridge to the Goolwa Barrage.
The Wellington Courthouse, built in 1841 is a South Australian National Trust riverfront site situated on the banks of the mighty Murray River.
The Courthouse boasts beautiful surrounds incorporating heritage style bed and breakfast accommodation, a licensed cafe/restaurant and a museum.
The town of Wellington supplies travellers and tourists with pleasant river views, open spaces, a general store, historic hotel, caravan park, youth camp, boat ramp and the historic Wellington Ferry which takes you through to more of South Australia's great tourist destinations.Visit website