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Corinium Roman Villa, Inman Valley

Awaken to the bird song and lie in bed enjoying the breathtaking views. Enjoy breakfast on your private verandah and marvel at the Kestrels, Kites and Falcons as they hover at eye level. Wedge-tailed eagles circle overhead as you stroll through the groves of ancient Pink Gums. In the evening enjoy a glass of wine whilst relaxing in your spa near the cosy wood fire and watch the magnificent sunset enrich the natural colours of this rammed earth building with its stone pillars. Enjoy the tranquillity and seclusion of idyllic self contained luxury set on 43 acres. Located 20 minutes from Victor Harbor and only 15 minutes from Normanville and Carrickalinga beaches, wineries, museum, horse riding, boating, fishing, diving and Deep Creek Conservation Park.

Accommodation Options


Two queen size beds.


Four poster queen size beds.


Popular Activities

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  • Bush Walking
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  • Wildlife

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