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Burra Motor Inn is set in a quiet location near the town centre. Offering modern motel units in a picturesque setting along the tree lined Burra Creek. All rooms are ground floor and have king or queen size beds, TV, free 8 channel AUSTAR, r/c air conditioning and electric blankets. Disabled units are available. Indoor pool and heated spa. Quality dining in Jumbucks Licensed Restaurant.
Lavender Cottage Bed And Breakfast is a 1860 Semi-detached miners cottage located in Burra, SA. This B&B offers self-contained accommodation on the edge of the Clare Valley wine region.
This cottage is situated close to town, in a peaceful side street and has a secluded garden. Lavender Cottage B&B offers a full kitchen, 2 bedrooms, lounge with a fireplace, courtyard, TV and CD player.
Burra is a charming township with plenty of restaurants, bars, parks and galleries to keep you entertained. Just west is Clare Valley wineries, vineyards and beaches, making Lavender Cottage the perfect holiday base
Blyth Cottage is a self-contained cottage in the heritage mining town of Burra, in Mid North of South Australia. It is one of the original 1860's Cornish stone miners cottages and has been tastefully renovated to compliment its traditional style. Despite its unique & cosy design, there are adequate modern facilities to ensure your stay will be extremely comfortable. This tranquil holiday retreat is within walking distance to the township. Enjoy browsing the numerous antique shops, historical attractions, cafes and art gallery.
The township of Burra is small, yet by far one of the most fascinating and impressive holiday destinations. With its relaxed atmosphere and friendly community spirit, a stay in Burra is a head-start along the road to total ambience. There is so much to see and experience, so why not stay for a while.
Morse Cottage is one of the original stone cottages built by the Burra miners in the middle of the nineteenth century. The main lounge area was added to the cottage and served as the telegraph office for the town, hence the name Morse Cottage..