SA Accommodation welcomes Innes National Park Heritage Accommodation in Inneston, for all your accommodation and travel needs, book your holiday today.Innes Heritage Accommodation offers five original self-contained miners' cottages, nestled amongst the coastal mallee and ruins of Inneston - a once thriving gypsum mining town abandoned in the 1930s.Located in the heart of Innes National Park, just five minutes drive from the beach, the cottages provide an ideal base from which to explore the Yorke Peninsula. Admire the parks magnificent coastline of rugged headlands and sweeping beaches. Discover great spots to fish, swim and surf. Or simply relax, and soak up the ambience of old Inneston town, strolling among the ruins.Each cottage is fully restored and has its own unique features and charm. Both the Engineer's Lodge and Manager's Lodge enjoy stunning views overlooking the salt lakes from their enclosed verandas (Ideal for groups of families and friends, both cottages sleep up to 10 persons). The cosy Gatehouse Lodge and Miner's Lodge offer the perfect getaway for couples, and can sleep up to six. While the Norfolk Lodge, featuring antique Baltic pine furnishings, caters to those who prefer a more up-market style, with linen supplied. All cottages include cosy fireplaces, spacious lounge areas, and kitchen facilities with a fridge and stove, gas hot water and shower facilities.Innes Heritage Accommodation is one of 30 unique accommodation options in South Australia managed by national parks.
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