Martindale Hall is a Georgian style with Italianate influenced sandstone mansion which has significant heritage value in South Australia. Built in 1879 - 1880 for Edmund Bowman Junior at a cost of 30,000 pounds it has some 32 rooms and boasts a large cellar of some seven rooms.
To visit Martindale Hall today is a unique experience of a living museum, a step back in time to the days of gracious living on a large pastoral estate late in the 1800's to early 1900's. Where a rumoured 14 servants, four of which lived in the hall and on call 24 hours a day looked after the needs of two people, such was the extravagant upper class lifestyle of the wealthy pastoralist.
Your hosts Sharon and Michael Morris welcome you to wander the hall and enjoy its remarkable history and grandeur.
Group bookings are welcome.
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