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Birks River Retreats

Price from $295

Overview

Birks River Retreats are set in beautiful private gardens immersed in the stunning surroundings on the great Murray River, overlooking Birks Harbour. The ultimate in style, location, ambience and hospitality, these luxury Retreats, perfect for couples and only walking distance from the historic river port of Goolwa. Romantic getaway, where you can lose yourself in the picturesque gardens and prolific birdlife. Birks River Retreats are for those who simply want to escape the ordinary. Located one hour south of Adelaide at Goolwa.

At the River Port of Goolwa, the original Napier Birks 1900's summer house has been stylishly restored and converted into two luxury spacious self-contained retreats - Captains Retreat and the Riverview Retreat.

Guests can relax and unwind, enjoy the original artwork and maritime features with modern luxuries. Experience the birdlife in the private gardens in peace and tranquillity, laze around the pool or in front of the fire and just enjoy the ambience of the river, day or night.

Acres of gardens and marina for guests to discover and enjoy this unique setting, perfect for families or a group of friends, but also a very special romantic getaway for couples.

Price

From $ 295 to $ 350
Packages available including in house chef and masseuse POA Winter special available Discounts for longer stays

Features

  • Entity Facility

    Barbeque
    Carpark
    Laundry
    Non Smoking
    Open Fireplace
    Outdoor Dining Area
    Outdoor Furniture
    Radio/Stereo
    Swimming Pool
    24 Hour Reception
    Boat Ramp

  • Access With Assistance for the Disabled

    Suitable for guests with sufficient mobility to climb two or three steps, but would benefit from fixtures and fittings to aid balance.

  • Activities

    Birdwatching
    Swimming

  • Membership

    Regional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation

  • Internet Access Point

    Free Wifi

  • Tourism Organisation

    Regional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation