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Saint Christopher’s Retreat, Fords

Newly built Bluestone fronted cottage with old world charm, featuring modern facilities. Situated 10 kilometres from historic Kapunda and 11 kilometres from the Barossa Valley via Greenock and Seppeltsfield, Saint Christopher’s Retreat is an easy one hour drive from Adelaide or the Clare Valley.

Well equipped kitchen including abundant fresh breakfast provisions and plunger coffee, large living room with wood fire, temperature controlled split level air conditioning, television, video and CD player. Outside, all weather patio with barbecue. The bedroom boasts a queen size cast iron bed and ensuite including spa and sauna. Enjoy chocolates and sparkling wine on arrival and a complimentary decanter of port.

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One queen size cast iron bed.


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