Built on this site in 1845, the Victoria Mill, then owned by Walter Duffield, burned to the ground in 1867. Thankfully, the Counting House, Counting House Office and Weigh Bridge Office were saved. The Counting House accommodates one or two couples, in an incredibly unique piece of Gawler's history. A kitchen, including breakfast, dining room, reading room, lounge and two bedrooms are under the main roof, with the bathroom in a lean-to under the verandah. Bathrobes supplied! Furnished.
A charming two bedroomed cottage all to yourself. Open plan living, kitchen and dining. Outer undercover rear verandah and a front verandah to sit and listen to the birds. Gawler is the gateway to the Barossa Valley and you will find Rustic on 13th comfortable and beyond your expectations. Centrally located with a rural feel.