Links Lady Bay Resort
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Normanville
Today we intended to breakfast at a Saturday market in Port Eliott, but there was not much food on offer. Instead we went down town to Cockles Cafe and had a great breakfast with a fantastic green smoothie. We then decided to brave the wind and hired bikes from the YHA. There is a bike path that follows the coast from Port Eliott to Victor Harbour. It is an enjoyable ride with great scenery. On the way we unexpectedly cycled over the Hindmarsh ...
Leaving Adelaide for Kangaroo island and we 1st hit the McLaren Vale vineyards to pick up some special wine from Maxwells. Quick Danishes rom the local bakery - nicest I have ever eaten and on our way to Cape Jervis with a brief stop in Victor harbour, home of the horse drawn tram. The market was on also so after a quick look around there and a few stops we had a quick lunch at ...
Winter has returned! It was cold, wet and windy overnight here at Goolwa; substantial puddles of water had to be negotiated on the way to the amenities this morning.
Four of our vans left us early today; farewell to Ian and Margaret, John and Marlene, John, and Barry.
Morning Tea at Café Primo Victor Harbor gave our group another chance to catch up with the South Aussies at their regular catch up. We ...
Well, yesterday we found the Alexandrina cheese factory, and as usual didn't go away empty handed, bought a Vintage cheese and mature cheddar. Got lost a couple of times trying to find Hindmarsh Falls, but did eventually find them.
Today we lost an hour with daylight saving, putting the clocks forward by an hour. Off sightseeing today again, weather was very dismal when we left, but ended ...
... nights. The Thai restaurant must have had it on a Tuesday, it was full. The Indian next door was almost empty. Even the surf shops had their music at respectable levels.
Kangaroo Island seemed another good alternative on the penninsula - but not at $180 per car and $90 per person for a 45 minute ferry ride. We had to make do with the photos of happy families walking through sunbaking seals along the beach. Looks great.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
More great choices in Normanville
Search TripAdvisor for more deals in Normanville
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations