Buxton Manor

Address: 69-73 Buxton Street, North Adelaide, South Australia, Australia | 4 star b&b
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This 4 star B&B, located on 69-73 Buxton Street, North Adelaide, is near Migration Museum, Adelaide Gaol, Adelaide Festival Centre, and Bonython Park.
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          • Kitchenette
          • Free parking


          • Room service

          TripAdvisor Reviews Buxton Manor North Adelaide

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from North Adelaide

          Clarky's Adventure Begins

          A travel blog entry by ryanclarke0809 on Jun 25, 2015

          5 photos

          ... 22 hours, 2 more flights and after putting up with the smell of some guys feet on the final flight, which had the fragrant scented mix of blue cheese and nachos and I've landed in Heathrow! By now it is the 26th June, London time. After a slight detour and feeble attempt to find the underground, I hit the streets of London. (highly recommend the citi-mapper app for anyone travelling- it is a godsend and I'd probably have ended up in some rabbit hole without it). ...


          A travel blog entry by annatm71 on Apr 24, 2015

          1 comment, 4 photos

          We were in Adelaide for 3 nights, which coincided with Anzac Day, commemorating 100 years of Gallipoli. It was sobering to see all the soldiers in the march. We also went to the South Australia Museum for an educational experience: Megafauna, giant squid, the deep blue, Aboriginal culture and the ...

          Will I be leaving Aus ?!!

          A travel blog entry by sophieackland on Feb 03, 2015


          ... me and tell me to breathe and it was going to be okay, but right now for me, it was the end of the world and I had missed 3 flights, gotta pay for them all again tomorrow, would be triple the price and was just generally screwed. I did quieten down at one point when I had my hands on my head trying to open my lungs and deep breathe so I could call qantas to see what the next flight out of PL would be, but that would soon scrapped when as we got nearer to the ...

          The Great Ocean Road

          A travel blog entry by kaila.mctavish on Jan 29, 2015

          1 comment, 52 photos

          ... were named after the two lone shipwreck survivors. We also found what is called the London Bridge further on our path. It also has lost one of its connecting arches through weathering but is still an impressive sight to see. Our walk finished on a remote beach with caves all around it echoing as the waves crashed inside. It was a lot of fun to run with the waves and feel their force while hearing their song vibrate through the limestone walls. With all this ...

          Home sweet home, lessons learned

          A travel blog entry by stuart.snyder on Oct 17, 2014

          1 photo

          ... lives in a 4-8 story apartment that may not be that modern with little privacy and perhaps drive a small car and have difficulty navigating narrow streets or finding a parking place. It appears housing is handed down from one generation to the next, and young people don’t leave the next and find their own way as much as they do in Australia or the USA. The world has changed a lot since I last visited Athens and Kusadasi Turkey in 1979. ...