We had a great stay at postman's cottage for one night. Small, rustic yet quaint. Nice surprise to find out they have added a shower in the bathroom which is located right next to the cottage. However, be aware that there is no heat in the bathroom, so if you get up in the middle of the night to go to the bathroom, it is a tad cold. Very close to the remarkable rocks and admiral arch and we could visit in the evening/early morning and had the place to ourselves. Would definitely recommend if you are not afraid of rustic, but bring your own food as cafe stops serving food at 3:30.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Experience the history of the early pastoralists in these beautifully restored stone cottages. Peace and comfort beckons at the end of the day exploring Flinders Chase National Park, situated within walking distance of the Visitor Centre and the Chase Café. Choose from two bedroom May’s Homestead, built in the 1890’s or Postman’s Cottage, built for the visiting mailman. Relax and enjoy the abundant wildlife. Take a walk before sunset or sunrise to the Platypus waterholes lookout, where you might be fortunate to glimpse this elusive creature. ... more less