Here at Normanville and Yankalilla you can have have both "country and coastal" in the one location.
This wonderful, stylish country beach Bed and Breakfast is located just 6 minutes from Normanville township and Normanville Beach and 7 minutes from the Carrickalinga Beaches.
It is ideally located for those who wish to visit and explore the McClaren Vale wine region, enjoy a brief stay before travelling to Cape Jervis for Kangaroo Island or begin a walk on the Heysen Trail along the rugged southern coast and Delamere Conservation Park.
All these attractions are only 30 minutes distance from the Bed and Breakfast.
The property stands on 5 acres which is fully fenced into 2 main paddocks and this also provides an opportunity for those couples who wish to include their horses on bush and/or beach riding holidays.
A dog yard is also provided for the well behaved small to medium sized dog/s whose stays are welcome but subject to discussion with the owners.
Quality in it's appeal yet poignant in it's simplicity, Watson Park is designed for the one couple only and lends itself to short romantic rendezvous', longer relaxing escapes or a base to enjoy the Fleurieu Peninsula's many appealing features.
It has been designed with style and warmth and contains a kitchen, sitting room and dining area, a romantic bedroom with a king size bed, separate dressing room and shower area.
Modern entertainment options have been unobtrusively integrated into the Bed and Breakfast and includes a bedroom and sitting room television, DVD and CD player.
Watson Park is surrounded with an acreage and private garden providing a variety of flora and fauna and offers the most stunning and captivating coastal views one could not imagine which extends to Rapid Bay.
Guests will enjoy a complimentary continental breakfast and a bottle of local wine.
2 night's accomodation is offered except over Easter and long weekends.
We had the most relaxing and wonderful time at Watson Park B&B. Richard made us feel so welcomed and the place was absolutely beautiful. Richard was very easy going and allowed us to have our Labrador at the property to which
he even had the best time! The views and the serenity are to die for and the unit is even nicer than our home! We will definitely be back and would recommend Richard & Jan's B&B to anyone looking for a romantic little getaway.
You are close to Normanville and the beach and it was so nice to be away from the city. I cannot recommend this place highly enough! It was just perfect and exactly what we needed! Complimentary continental breakfast and bottle
of wine and a beautiful setting, what more could you want? Thank you Richard & Jan, hopefully see you again soon : Nick, Brie & Sanchez
I was in the area for a family wedding, and my stay at Watson Park made it a very comfortable trip. The accommodation was really great, it was clean, with a lovely country styling, beautiful garden retreat, and great quality- the bed
in particular was very comfy. And, the surrounding setting is truly stunning. My hosts Richard and Jan made me feel very comfortable and got the balance right between being welcoming and on hand and also giving plenty of privacy.
They were so thoughtful to see that I arrived safely, as I arrived late at night and was staying alone, and they even gave me a lift into Normanville the next day and it was no trouble to them.
$175.00 per night (Minimum 2 nights Stay)
Easter & Christmas period $225,00 Per night but negotiable according to dates.
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Watson Park is situated approx 3 minutes away from Normanville and Carrickalinga ( a little further) beaches, 30 minutes from the popular McLaren Vale wine region, Cape Jervis ( to board the Kangaroo Island Ferry or begin the Heyson Walking trail) and Delamere Conservationalist Parks.
We are also a short distance from the Lady Bay Links golf course and Second Valley where one can dine at the very famous Mill Restaurant.
Normanville is an ideal base to discover the delights of the Fleurieu Peninsula region, including the wildlife, country markets, galleries, or just making castles on the sand.
Normanville is 75 kilometres south of Adelaide.
See more of the Fleurieu Peninsula – a coastal playground famed for its laidback lifestyle, beach breaks for surfers of all levels of experience, and top fishing spots.
It's a paradise for divers and snorkellers, with dramatic shipwrecks and stunning marine life, including the famed Leafy Seadragon.
Enjoy some of the best produce and vineyards in Australia. The Fleurieu Peninsula is home to some prestigious winemaking regions, including McLaren Vale. The history of winemaking in this region goes all the way back to 1842, and it consistently produces some of the best drops you'll ever taste.
There's also national parks, golf courses, top quality cuisine and more.I'm a paragraph.