Mount Lofty House
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
Photos of Mount Lofty House
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Mount Lofty House Crafers
Travel Blogs from Crafers
... looking at the shrubs and rock face behind. We stop as well and ask what they are looking for: Yellow Footed Rock Wallabies. A rather elusive creature that like its black footed counterpart out west inhabits the sheer rock faces. The group has a ranger with them who is kind enough to explain to us that this particular rock face happens to house about 250 of these animals, but as long as they don’t move, there is no hope of seeing one. He tells the story of ...
... I've never met them before but they are really wonderful people. They've welcomed me into their home in Glenelg (WITH A HOT TUB) and made me feel a lot better about being on the other side of the world. I've also made a friend in their very affectionate cat, who keeps coming up for cuddles.
It's now 5am in the morning local time so I should probably go back to sleep. Before I do though, I'd just like to say a massive thank you to my parents for ...
One thing we have been blessed or cursed with over the last few months is time, lots of time. Maybe in retrospect we finished our Australian leg to early and at the wrong time of year, winter is all around us and we don't feel like really doing much at all, at the moment its all paperwork and dreaming about being somewhere warmer, not something we normally like to do since we finished the daily grind as we would much rather travel in the moment.
We did however enjoy ...
got about five hours sleep, Place didn’t get any.
Dubai around 3.00 am and depart at 5.00 am. We went to the Emirates club for a
shower. This place was unbelievable, like a huge six star hotel. Each gate has
it’s own lounge and bar and restaurant like facilities. Plus there are more
lounges and bars just in case ...
Talk about a civilized country, Mary and I were out sightseeing and needed a restroom. Adelaide provides public restrooms as does Sydney and Melbourne but we had not seen one of these before. It was a two-seater and stand-alone. You pressed a button and if unoccupied the metal door slid open. You pressed a button and the door closed and music started to play--- ...