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Porosa Ridge Bed & Breakfast

Sleeps: 7

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 1

Parking spaces: 5

Floors: 1

Escape to the country at Porosa Ridge Bed & Breakfast, located on a working farm on central Yorke Peninsula, 10 minutes' drive from Ardrossan and 10 minutes to Maitland.

Bring your horse or dog for a getaway too - they are well catered for in fenced yards. Relax by a campfire at night (seasonal), take in the atmosphere on the front veranda -  fun for all the family. All linen, quilts and pillows are provided.

There is a well equipped kitchen with microwave, coffee pod machine and large refrigerator. Continental breakfast provisions are provided.  The main house runs on rainwater, with the garden connected to the mains water system.

All bedrooms and lounge have ceiling fans. There is a central lounge area with combustion wood heather (wood supplied), television, DVD player and Bluetooth music station with USB, CD and Aux cord.

The outdoor area has a Weber Q barbecue and fish cleaning facility and a designated bonfire area with wood supplied (council restrictions apply).

There is a front load washing machine and dryer. Pets by arrangement only, kennel can be supplied as well as dog chains.

Beds

Queen: 1

Double: 1

Single: 3

Property Features

  • 3 bedrooms – queen, 2 single, double + single
  • Sleeps 7
  • Portacot available (BYO Linen)
  • All linen, Quilts and pillows provided.  Extra blankets supplied for winter
  • Continental Breakfast provisions provided
  • All bedrooms and lounge have ceiling fans
  • Central lounge area with TV and DVD player
  • Combustion wood heater in lounge room  with wood supplied
  • Bluetooth music station with USB, CD and Aux cord
  • Well equipped kitchen with fridge, freezer, microwave and coffee pod machine
  • House runs on rainwater, with garden connected to mains water
  • Front load washing machine
  • clothes dryer
  • Webber Q Barbecue
  • Garage parking for 1 car
  • Outdoor dining area
  • Fish cleaning facility
  • Designated bonfire area with wood supplied (Council restrictions & fire regulations apply)
  • Private peaceful rural setting - being a farm, plenty of parking
  • Pets by arrangement only ($100 refundable bond applies per pet). No fenced area - kennel can be supplied as well as dog chains
  • Horses welcome ($100 refundable bond applies per horse).

Amenities of Porosa Ridge Bed & Breakfast

Accessible: No

Airconditioning: Yes

Dishwasher: Yes

DVD player: Yes

Ensuite bathroom: No

Group stays (10+ guests): No

Pet friendly: Yes

TV: Yes

Washing Machine: Yes

Property Features

  • 3 bedrooms – queen, 2 single, double + single
  • Sleeps 7
  • Portacot available (BYO Linen)
  • All linen, Quilts and pillows provided.  Extra blankets supplied for winter
  • Continental Breakfast provisions provided
  • All bedrooms and lounge have ceiling fans
  • Central lounge area with TV and DVD player
  • Combustion wood heater in lounge room  with wood supplied
  • Bluetooth music station with USB, CD and Aux cord
  • Well equipped kitchen with fridge, freezer, microwave and coffee pod machine
  • House runs on rainwater, with garden connected to mains water
  • Front load washing machine
  • clothes dryer
  • Webber Q Barbecue
  • Garage parking for 1 car
  • Outdoor dining area
  • Fish cleaning facility
  • Designated bonfire area with wood supplied (Council restrictions & fire regulations apply)
  • Private peaceful rural setting - being a farm, plenty of parking
  • Pets by arrangement only ($100 refundable bond applies per pet). No fenced area - kennel can be supplied as well as dog chains
  • Horses welcome ($100 refundable bond applies per horse).

Rates for Porosa Ridge Bed & Breakfast

Low: $120.00

High: $120.00

Peak: $120.00

Administration fee: $25.00

Single night booking fee: $20.00

Refundable Security Bond (refer terms & conditions for applicable bonds/periods): $250.00

Tariff Seasons

Season Dates
Low 1 May - 31 October.
High 1 November - 30 April;
plus all long weekends, special events in the vicinity & Yorke Peninsula Field Days.
Peak Easter, and Christmas/New Year;
26 December - 31 January.

Costing calculation:
Rate x Number of nights + Cleaning Fee + $25 administration fee = Total Price

All rates are quoted per night in AUD.

Refundable Bonds

Security Bond

  • A refundable security bond may be payable for a property; a bond may also be required in lieu of credit card details for security prior to obtaining key details.

Pet Bond

  • At a pet friendly property, a minimum $100 refundable pet bond is to be paid (refer to Terms & Conditions).
  • If an online booking has been made & Country Getaways has been advised that you are bringing a dog, you authorise that the $100 refundable pet bond is processed to the card used for the booking transaction.

Long Weekends, SA Schoolies & Peak Season Bonds

For any bookings on long weekends, SA schoolies & peak season; a $250 refundable security bond is to be paid by credit card prior to obtaining key access details (not applicable when a property bond is already in place).

Debit Cards

Please note for any reservations where a debit card is used as a form of payment, a $250 refundable security bond must be paid.

Refundable bonds are only to be processed to a credit card.

Refer to specific property details for security or pet bond details.

The property cleaner will advise the bond status following your departure, and your bond less any debits, will be refunded within 14 business days of your date of departure via the method paid.

About Ardrossan

Read more about Ardrossan

Ardrossan is a popular fishing spot, where visitors are bound to go home rewarded with plentiful catches. The coastal township is famous for its Blue Swimmer Crabs, and the long fishing jetty is well known for catching the tasty delicacies by net or you can rake the shallows.

Boaties are well catered for at Ardrossan with an all weather boat ramp from which to launch. Some of the fish that can be caught at Ardrossan include Tommy Ruffs, Mullet, Garfish, squid or the prized King George Whiting.

In addition to the Blue Swimmer Crab, it is also home to another SA Icon – the Stump Jump Plough. The Stump Jump Plough was manufactured by Clarence Smith in Ardrossan during the 1870’s; the Ardrossan & District Historical Museum is now housed in the former C.H. Smith Factory.

The lookout at the Arrium (formerly One Steel) dolomite mine (on the southern edge of the township) has fantastic views of Yorke Peninsula and across the Gulf St Vincent to Adelaide.

The Zanoni Shipwreck, located 10 nautical miles off the coast is a popular wreck for divers to explore. Please note that a permit is required from the Department of Environment and Natural Resources if you intend to visit the site.

The Ardrossan Golf Course is one of the Yorke Peninsula's most playable. The 18-hole course has green fairways and a scenic town route.

The township is well serviced with a huge Foodland supermarket, 2 hotels, chemist, bottle shop, opportunity shops, takeaway, butcher, chemist, tourist information and general retail.

Tiddy Widdy Beach is a short 5 minute drive north, and Rogues Point and James Well are located 10 minutes to the south.

Ardrossan is located approximately a 90 minute drive from Adelaide, following the B86 road from Port Wakefield.

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