Studio One is a beautifully appointed two bedroom modern self catering accommodation nestled in the heart of historic Crafers, one of the oldest towns in the Adelaide Hills.
Guests have a private secure entrance leading into a bright and spacious lounge equipped with modern appliances (LCD LED TV, Blue Ray DVD player) and furniture including a leather sofa and chairs. The dining table seats 6 and the well equipped kitchen features a gas range and full size electric oven, dishwasher, microwave and full size fridge. The well-lit kitchen is fully self-contained and provides all glassware, crockery, cutlery, cooking accessories and utensils as well as all electrical appliances.
The laundry, which folds away, features both a washing machine and clothes drier.
The master bedroom features a king size bed, woollen underlay and luxury bed linen and a LCD TV. The second bedroom contains similarly superior furnishings with two king size single beds and LCD TV.
The bathroom is equipped with a shower and separate spa bath.
The bathroom contains both bath and shower and features heated towel rails.
The property features reverse cycle ducted air-conditioning and ceiling fans in both bedrooms.
Off street parking is available for 2 cars and there is a private outdoor entertaining courtyard.
WiFi is available
Check in time is 2pm
Check out time is 11am
Please note that smoking is not permitted indoors.
Within the main street of Crafers are:
The Crafers post Office
The Crafers Inn
Jimmie’s Restaurant (Award winning)
Crafers Gourmet Deli
Crafers Pizza Bar
Indi’s Indian Takeaway
Crafers,largely regarded as the gateway to the Adelaide Hills,is one of the oldest towns in the region. Adelaide’s highest peak, Mount Lofty Summit at 710 metres, is a five-minute drive from Crafers and there is an excellent Visitor Information Centre and restaurant at its peak.
Atelier Crafers is located next door. It is a wonderful treasure trove of art housing a gallery, coffee and wine bar and gift shop.
Other attractions include the Mount Lofty Botanic Garden, which has an extensive collection of deciduous trees, rhododendrons and a fern gully; Cleland Wildlife Park, where visitors can learn about and interact with Australian native wildlife; or Mount Lofty House, a boutique hotel with spectacular views. The nearby market gardens and vineyards of Piccadilly and Summertown provide an ideal backdrop for a scenic drive, and the picturesque Mount Lofty Golf Course is nearby.
Visit many of the world class wineries and eat out at award winning restaurants. Browse in wonderful antique shops, galleries and charming hills townships.
Crafers has an excellent bus service to local towns and into the Adelaide CBD. Crafers is only 15kms from Adelaide CBD by road traveling on the South Eastern Freeway and within easy reach of regional delights including the Barossa, McLaren Vale and all the gourmet treats and activities that the Adelaide Hills has to offer.
The Adelaide Hills comprises of National Parks, Conservation Parks, State Forests, lakes and streams. This is a place that has inspired generations of artists including Sir Hans Heysen. One visit to the Adelaide Hills and you'll understand why this place fuelled the creative fires of so many artists. From the picturesque farmlands to the charming villages of the Adelaide Hills, everything looks like it was meant to be painted.
Located only 20 minutes drive from the city, the Adelaide Hills provide a wonderfully refreshing place to visit and a change of pace from the city. Why not lose yourself among the craft shops and bakeries of villages like Hahndorf and Lobethal? Or go for a drive into the countryside and buy freshly picked fruit and vegetables from a roadside stall?
The district has a significant indigenous heritage being the ancestral home to members of the Peramangk and Kaurna people.
For something really special, plan your visit to coincide with one of our great events - the Adelaide Hills Wine Festival, Oakbank Easter Racing Carnival, Bay to Birdwood Classic Car Rally, Lobethal Grand Carnival, Heysen Festival or Tour Down Under, All British Day or Crush food and wine festival. For further information visit:
Driving through the Adelaide Hills also provides the opportunity to stop off and handpick freshly ripening strawberries, apples and cherries. Indulge yourself also with chocolates, another fast growing local industry kicked off by the success of Melba's Chocolate and Confectionery Factory at Woodside. Stock up at local weekend farmers' markets featuring fresh and seasonal produce. Try our boutique micro-breweries with their all-grain European influenced beers.
If your preference is for dining out, the Adelaide Hills has something for everyone. Whether it's fine dining, or café style or pub dining, the best of our local produce is featured, together with our wonderful local wines.