Picking the right accommodation in the Adelaide Hills for your holiday is very important. There’s nothing quite like returning to the perfect environment after a long day of travelling, sightseeing, and enjoying the delights of a new destination. As you’d expect, the Adelaide Hills area has a huge range of accommodation options. So to assist, we’ve compiled a handy list of some of the best Adelaide Hills Airbnb accommodation.
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Adelaide Hills Airbnb - Accommodation Hahndorf & Surrounds
Hahndorf is definitely one of the best places to stay in the Adelaide Hills. With its impressive German heritage, Hahndorf is a fantastic spot to stop for one night – or several! Let’s check out some of the best options for accommodation in Hahndorf.
Blakiston Creamery in the Adelaide Hills
Located in Blakiston, a small hamlet just a few minutes from Hahndorf, this gorgeous building dates back to 1896, when it was constructed as the Blakiston Cheese Factory. Thoroughly modernised and renovated with stylish modern furniture and decor, it still has beautiful little nods to its heritage, including the exposed stone walls and original wooden beams.
The house sleeps 8 guests in four bedrooms, which is perfect for a larger group or family. Full facilities are naturally included, with a kitchen, laundry, free parking, wifi, coffee maker, and much more.
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TinyHome Private Escape, Adelaide Hills
TinyHomes are one of the latest style trends sweeping the globe, combining minimalism with environmentally-conscious living. This TinyHome private escape is a superb example of the trend, with three small connected “pods” joined to create a gorgeous country escape. Featuring incredible views from the outdoor tub, a fire pit, sauna, rain shower and much more, this TinyHome is much more akin to glamping than staying in a hotel.
As you’d expect, the TinyHome has space for just two guests, so you’ve got the entire acre farm property to yourselves – except for any passing wildlife of course! It’s located in Bridgewater, with easy access to all of the Adelaide Hills’ attractions. And for something a little different, you can even rent a Porsche for exploring the area!
Blue Door B&B Hahndorf
Blue Door B&B Hahndorf is a trendy and modern space that can host four guests across two bedrooms (1x queen bed, 2x single beds), so it’s perfect for a family. It takes up the entire downstairs floor of a two-storey home; your hosts live just upstairs so they’re close enough to answer questions, but distant enough to not intrude.
The suite includes wifi, parking, two living areas, and some basic kitchen facilities like a fridge, kettle, toaster and coffee machine. It’s also very handily located, just a couple of minutes walk from central Hahndorf with its fantastic cafes, bars, and German restaurants.
Luxury Private Farm Escape, Adelaide Hills
This incredible home is located in Bridgewater, just a couple of minutes drive from Hahndorf. It’s an historic 1930s bungalow, fully renovated with impeccable modern touches, and set on a full 20 acres of farmland. The large house can hold 8 guests across 3 bedrooms, so it’s ideal for larger families or groups of friends.
Enjoy the country ambience with the organic vegetable patch, cows and chooks, an outdoor fire pit, a sauna, couples’ soaking tub, and of course a fireplace for those cold winter nights. A continental breakfast for the first day is also included, with fresh local eggs, cereal, plus crusty bread and spreads. And even better – complimentary local craft beers from Prancing Pony Microbrewery, and local organic wine!
Airbnb Ironbank & Surrounds
Ironbank is a small town in the western Adelaide Hills area, not far from from Stirling. With its rugged hills and leafy streets, it’s a fantastic place to find your Airbnb Adelaide Hills accommodation.Airbnb Ironbank highlights include:
Bandicoot Springs is a tiny home pod, tucked away in the hills of Ironbank. Surrounded by lush greenery and adjacent to a natural spring, Bandicoot Springs is the ideal spot for a couples retreat. Combining beautiful fittings with tiny home minimalism, this fantastic suite features a queen-sized bed, a full kitchen, air conditioning, outdoor BBQ, and a comfortable outdoor patio.
It’s located a few minutes walk down a private driveway, so you’ve got total privacy to go with the peace and quiet. And as an added bonus, you’re highly likely to see some wild animals – especially bandicoots!
Cosy Cabin (Caravan) in the Sturt Valley
The great thing about Airbnb is how many unique properties are available, and this Cosy Cabin stay definitely qualifies! The cabin itself is actually a vintage caravan from the 1960s, fully modernised and updated into a luxury property. Featuring a comfortable queen sized bed, a full kitchen with pod coffee machine and an outdoor fire pit, the Cabin is located on a working hobby farm in the Sturt Valley.
With a fantastic location, just metres from the river bank, the Cosy Cabin is a wonderful place to spend a few days in peace and quiet.
Airbnb Crafers & Surrounds
The small town of Crafers has long been considered one of the hidden gems of the Adelaide Hills. Just outside the town of Stirling, Crafers is conveniently located for the great attractions of Mount Lofty, the Botanic Gardens, and Cleland Conservation Park. There’s some great Airbnb Crafers to choose from, so let’s check out the highlights!
Appleton House Mount Lofty
Appleton House is a fully self-contained bungalow in an absolutely stunning location. Surrounded by almost 3 hectares of bushland, the living room’s enormous windows provide views back across Adelaide, all the way to Spencer Gulf, while the rear of the property allows direct access to the walking trails of Cleland Conservation Park.
The house comes fully equipped with a large kitchen, wifi, wood heater, outdoor facilities, and free on-site parking. With a single bedroom, it’s a perfect Adelaide Hills couples retreat.
If you’re a fan of Japanese styling, you’ll absolutely love Yoko Villa, a gorgeous Japanese-styled villa located just outside Stirling. Set among a stunning Japanese garden, the villa is ornately designed with ultra-modern Japanese styling. Highlights include the large bathroom with two-person rain shower, deep Japanese bath tub, king size bed and large modern kitchen.
The entire villa is yours, with a private entrance and courtyard, plus large floor-to-ceiling windows taking advantage of the sunny northern outlook. For a stylish and contemporary couples retreat, Yoko Villa is hard to beat for an Airbnb Stirling!
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Stone Cottage in the Hills
There’s nothing quite like a solid old building, and this stone cottage is over 100 years old. Tastefully redecorated and updated with modern touches, the cottage is located in Crafers, at the rear of the host’s property (though at a reasonable distance, so you’ll still have your privacy, peace and quiet).
With space for two guests in the queen bed, the cottage also includes a fridge, toaster, kettle and coffee maker. Right outside your front door is a large pond and garden, which is just perfect for an afternoon relaxing with delicious local wine and produce.
Adelaide Hills Glamping
Glamping (short for glamour camping) is a fantastic way to blend the comforts of a luxury stay with the rustic outdoor charm of camping. Usually featuring every mod con, glamping can be a great option for those who don’t want to deal with the hassle of camping. As usual, Airbnb has some excellent Adelaide Hills glamping options!
Bushland Bell Tent
The Bushland Bell Tent is a fixed bell tent, located in Crafers West, just a few minutes from Stirling and with easy access to the best Adelaide Hills attractions. Nestled on a 3 acre block of bushland, the large tent comes with a comfortable bed, linen, and cosy floor covering as well. A separate camping toilet is provided in a nearby shed, plus there’s also a BBQ and utensils for cooking.
There’s also a large deck for sitting outside and relaxing. Be sure to keep watch for the local native wildlife – koalas, kangaroos, echidnas and kookaburras are all regular visitors!