The Pink Lake Tiny Houses are located in the town of Lochiel, directly opposite Lake Bumbunga, ideally situated between the gourmet food and wine region of the Clare Valley and spectacular coastal scenery of Yorke Peninsula. A unique experience only a 95 minutes drive from Adelaide.
Features of the tiny houses:
These uniquely crafted, hand-built eco-friendly tiny house on wheels are the only ones located adjacent a 'pink lake' in all of Australia and possibly the world.
There are two tiny houses onsite:
'Sakura' with a unique Japanese theme with Japanese futon beds and artwork which is great for couples / close knit families.
'Peony' is more spacious with a queen-sized bed downstairs and two single futons in a loft room. Peony is recommended for less agile guests as there are no stairs to climb or guests nervous about futons.
The tiny houses comfortably accommodate a up to four guests who have the entire house and outdoor patio deck area to themselves.
Tiny house features:
Comfortable stylish design with many thoughtful touches
Eco-friendly: solar-powered with battery, odourless eco-toilet, rainwater tank
Comfort: Reverse-cycle air-conditioning
Functional well-equipped kitchenette with gas range, microwave, toaster, kettle, fridge/freezer, rice-cooker, cooking basics and more
'Sakura' has 2 loft bedrooms with 4 authentic Japanese futon beds
'Peony' has a queen-sized bed and 2 Japanese futon beds in the loft bedroom
All linen, towels, quality L'Occitane toiletries
Variety of games, blue-tooth speaker and karaoke microphones for entertainment
'Peony' also has a projector
Outdoor deck with furniture overlooks the lake
Contactless check-in & check-out
Free onsite car-parking
An exceedingly eco-friendly product, appealing to responsible guests for their minimal environmental footprint or curious about tiny house living.
Touring the surrounding area:
The Clare Valley region, a short drive over the hills, is all about 'experiencing'. The area is known for its delectable wines - particularly 'Riesling' white wines and gourmet food. Visitors can hire a bike to cycle along the famous ‘Riesling Trail’, a 33km corridor, linking quaint towns, restaurants and wineries. If history intrigues, embark on a fascinating exploration into the lives of South Australia’s wealthy gentry during the late 1800s at majestic Martindale Hall near Mintaro, step back in time in Burra, famed for its copper mining heritage, or do a self-guided tour at Bungaree Station, the oldest family owned sheep station in South Australia.
The Yorke Peninsula region, a short drive away, is a mecca for fishing, boating, surfing, swimming, and bushwalking along many kilometres of pristine coastline. Spend your day lounging on sandy-white beaches or splashing in crystal clear waters at Moonta Bay. Enjoy a seafood meal overlooking the sparkling sea, or quench your thirst at The Bond Store - local craft brewery & gin distillery in Wallaroo.