The Fire Station Inn, part of the North Adelaide Heritage Group is a remarkable two storey Victorian building. It was built in 1866 as a shop and in 1904 was converted to a fire station. It remained a fire station until the present conversion to luxury accommodation by Rodney Twiss.
The Fire Station Inn is versatile, as it can be booked as one complete townhouse of four bedrooms with three spa bathrooms or three separate suites each with their own ensuite spa bathroom.
The Fire Engine suite is open plan with separate bathroom, which still has the fireman’s pole. It features an enormous two person spa bath. The kitchen is hidden behind a red jarrah bar and is ideal for entertaining.
This suite would not be complete without a real live fire engine – A red 1942 International complete with pumps and ladders.
North Adelaide Heritage Group is a 2012 Fodor’s Choice recipient – for the seventh year in a row.
Unique open plan living room and bedroom, with separate spa bathroom, under floor heating and reverse cycle heating and cooling. Equipped with a premium ‘Sleepmaker’ king size mattress and ensemble for maximum sleeping comfort. A double sized sofa bed. Remote control colour television, CD player and radio, direct dial telephone and Wi-Fi internet access, intercom, reverse cycle split system heating and air conditioning, under floor heating, fully equipped kitchen with microwave, stove and halogen hotplates, dishwasher and refrigerator, and 100-year old Barossa Valley dining extension table.Air Conditioning Alarm Clock Bath Blankets Private Bathroom Refrigerator Hairdryer Heating Microwave Spa Bath CD Player Tea/Coffee making facilities Television
ADULT From $285 to $295