Monday, February 27th, 2012 - Amble at Hahndorf
Amble at Hahndorf is a top class Bed and Breakfast in the magnificent Adelaide Hills. ‘Amble at Hahndorf is life at your own pace’.

Nestled in a peaceful and secluded spot only 150m from Hahndorf’s main street, and just 25 km away from the Adelaide CBD, Amble at Hahndorf is ideally situated for an enjoyable and peaceful escape from the stresses of city living. For those who wish to take some time to venture further and explore the Barossa Valley and McLaren Vale wine districts, it makes an ideal base for day trips. Three types of accommodation are offered by Amble: a self-contained cottage with a private deck and views of an English style garden; a contemporary styled studio with a private courtyard; and a stylish upstairs apartment with rural and garden views, perfect for a couple looking for a relaxing weekend escape.

It is the perfect getaway for the couple wanting some quiet time, the newlyweds, the business person looking for somewhere to call home for a while, or the small family just needing some family time.

Ian and his partner came from Melbourne for a weekend at Amble. He says: “I have been to many B&Bs around Australia and this ranks up there with the best of them. The accommodation was cosy and comfortable, and I can't recommend them highly enough. We will definitely be back.”

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Amble at Hahndorf


Roger and Di purchased the property in 2008 and set about refurbishing and rejuvenating Amble at Hahndorf........ Set in lovely gardens, it offers tranquillity, romance and seclusion, and is perfectly located for a relaxing and peaceful escape. Both Roger and Di were born and raised in South Australia, Roger in the Adelaide Hills on an apple orchard, and they love to share with guests their knowledge of the very best secret attractions the area has to offer.
Di Meyer
P: 0408105610
W: www.amble-at-hahndorf.com.au

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