Unique Places to Stay in Adelaide

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by Hertz AU - 21 July 2017

Want to stay somewhere a little different while you’re in Adelaide? The City of Churches doesn’t disappoint – check out these unique accommodation spots:

Fire Station Inn

Adelaide’s first fire station was built in 1866, and has been converted into a unique inn. The ‘Fire Engine Spa Suite’ has an actual 1942 Fire Truck at the foot of your bed – if your kids are into vehicles this will be a dream come true. There’s a decadent king size spa bath to enjoy and the room has under-floor heating so no matter how chilly it gets outside, you’ll be warm and cosy with your little red engine.

Buxton Manor

This five star fully restored mansion will give you a taste of nobility when you take your pick of its gorgeous apartment suites – or you can take over the spa cottage for a weekend of pure pampering. Full of beautiful antique furniture and art, the original furnishings make you really feel as though you’ve gone back in time – though all the modern conveniences are there too. A half-acre cottage garden surrounds you, ensuring a haven of privacy and tranquillity in the heart of Adelaide.

Adelaide Historic Church

Adelaide is known for being the ‘City of Churches’, so staying in one while you’re here makes perfect sense. This beautifully converted 1910 church is now a getaway for couples – no children or pets allowed. Enjoy relaxing amid the exposed arches, sandstone walls and Baltic timber floors, or explore the surrounds of trendy Norwood.

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