Accommodation

 

When it comes to accommodation here in South Australia – it’s fair to say we are truly spoilt for choice. From family cabins to cute and quaint B&B’s, to sprawling country houses and International Hotels, South Australia has got the lot. On SALife we’ll take you inside South Australia’s newest properties - so all you need to worry about is booking your next getaway!

 Featured Videos

 

 Bed and Breakfast

 

Jimmy Smiths Dairy Bed and Breakfast

Kelly Golding discovers an old dairy that’s now a luxury escape. ‘Jimmy Smiths Dairy’ is a stylish B&B near Port Elliot that offers a slice of rural life on the edge of this popular seaside town.

Villa Mont Bed and Breakfast

Kelly Golding visits Villa Mont in Mount Gambier – a purpose built two storey B&B set on 5 acres of gorgeous gardens, just a few minutes from the city centre.

Redwing Farmstay

Kelly Golding discovers a country retreat on Yorke Peninsula.

Old Stanley Grammar Country House

Watervale is home to ‘Old Stanley Grammar School’: an historic Bed and Breakfast which is a little bit ‘Downton Abbey’.

 Camping

 

Let's go Glamping!

If you love the idea of camping, but find organising and packing all that gear a bit too tiresome then why not try Glamping?

Flossie the Vintage Caravan

Kelly introduces us to Flossie, the adorable vintage caravan which you can hire in Adelaide. Flossie comes all set up and ready to go… with linen provided and stocked with breakfast provisions, there’s even a coffee machine.

 Eco Lodges

 

Rawnsley Park Station Upgrade

Briony Hume takes a fresh look at a Flinders Ranges favourite when she visits Rawnsley Park

Willalooka Eco Lodge and Henry's Drive Winery

Briony Hume spends the night at Willalooka Eco lodge- a truly a secluded getaway! She also calls into Henry’s Drive in Padthaway for a spot of wine tasting.

Gum Creek Station

Pete Michell checks into the brand new “Lodge” at Gum Creek Station, which overlooks the northern area of the Flinders Ranges National Park.

 Farmstays

 

Merna Mora Station

Briony Hume has some adventures in the outback at Merna Mora Station - a 250 square mile working pastoral property in the Flinders Ranges.

The Dairyman's Cottage

Briony Hume enjoys a fabulous slice of country life in the Barossa Valley when she visits The Dairyman’s cottage - An old dairy that’s been converted into stylish, self-contained accommodation.

Bungaree Station Heritage Accommodation

Briony Hume visits historic Bungaree Station, a snapshot in time of South Australia’s Colonial era and still a working station today.

 Guest Houses

 

The Vineyard McLaren Vale

The Vineyard Retreat at McLaren Vale has just been revamped. Briony Hume takes a look at the property which is nestled amongst 11 acres of vines.

 Holiday Houses

 

Yondah Beach House

Kelly Golding finds a luxurious private coastal escape at Yondah Beach House over on Yorke Peninsula that’s perfect for couples and small groups.

Aruma River Resort

Briony Hume takes a look around Aruma River Resort at Walkers Flat.

West Cape Escape at Marion Bay

Briony Hume visits ‘West Cape’ - a brand new holiday house in Marion Bay that’s just a thong-toss away from a sheltered beach and minutes as the gull flies to unspoilt Innes National Park.

Life Time Private Retreats On Kangaroo Island

Briony Hume visits four stunning and unique coastal hideaways on the North Coast of Kangaroo Island - the Hannaford’s ‘Lifetime Retreats’ properties.

 Holiday Shacks

 

River Shack Rentals

Briony Hume heads to the river for some rest and relaxation.

Yorke Peninsula Shack Culture

Yorke Peninsula has to be the heartland for the great South Aussie shack so Briony Hume goes in search of some places where that great tradition continues.

 Hotels

 

Crossroads Ecomotel

Briony Hume visits the Crossroads Ecomotel in Port Augusta. A haven with a difference – as its name suggests, it’s built with sustainability and comfort in mind.

New Hotels - the Mayfair and Watson

Briony Hume takes a “suite” peek at Adelaide’s newest hotels – both are Adelaide landmarks with a new lease of life.

Adelaide's New Hotels

Briony Hume takes a peek inside a couple of Adelaide’s newest hotels, the Ibis Hotel in Grenfell Street and the Quest Apartments on King William Street South.

Prairie Hotel Parachilna and Flinders Ranges Fossils

Pete Michell heads to the iconic Prairie Hotel at Parachilna where he not only gets to experience the one of the most iconic outback hotels in Australia, he also meets up with the experts at a fossil site.

 Lodges

 

Hahndorf Resort

Kelly Golding checks out the revitalised Hahndorf Resort in the Adelaide Hills

Hillock's Drive Ocean Pods and Walk the Yorke

Kelly Golding finds a private pod overlooking a perfect beach at Hillocks Drive on Yorke Peninsula. She also checks out a new walking and cycling trail which will follow a route around the entire coastline of Yorke Peninsula.

Vivonne Bay Lodge on Kangaroo Island

Briony Hume discovers a great place for groups on Kangaroo Island at the Vivonne Bay Lodge.

 Resorts

 

Ikara Safari Camp

Briony Hume checks out a brand new luxury place to stay in the Flinders Ranges.

 Villas

 

Pike River Luxury Villas

Kelly Golding finds a great place to relax in the Riverland. The Pike River Luxury Villas are perfectly positioned to enjoy nature at its best with spectacular river views.

Neagles Retreat Villas

Briony Hume checks into Neagles Retreat in the Clare Valley.

Waverley Estate and No. 58 Cellar Door

Briony Hume visits Number 58 Cellar Door and Gallery and Waverley Estate at Port Elliot.

The Frames - Ultra Luxury Accommodation

Kelly Golding checks into ‘The Frames’, three brand new individual retreats located in the Riverland, designed for the ultimate in guest relaxation and indulgence.