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Reviewed 3 days ago NEWvia mobile

Off the main road but very worthwhile taking the time to visit this amazing home. Well looked after and preserved home. Visited this location as a child and it is still wonderful to have the opportunity to take my children to visit.

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We had heard of martindale hall, but this was a first time visit. It's an amazing part of south Australian history. Good information on founding families and the property contains some fantastic history within the four walls. Not many like this in Australia.

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Thank Jon S
Adelaide, Australia
Reviewed 19 January 2017

Had an amazing time with a great bunch of people, would definitely recommend.I took my workers there for our xmas show and we did the murder dinner and stayed the night. We played pool had drinks and just had a relaxed good time, was fantastic, everybody enjoyed the time we spent at Martindale Hall.

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Thank Barbara C
Adelaide, Australia
Reviewed 13 January 2017 via mobile

There are so many things to do in the Clare Valley, great wine tasting, excellent rustic restaurants and then there is Martindale Hall. It's a great South Australian landmark and the setting for Peter Weir's 1970s classic "Picnic at Hanging Rock". Don't miss out on visiting here!!!

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Thank Ian S
Perth, Australia
Reviewed 25 November 2016 via mobile

What a stunning place, you feel like you have stepped back in time, amazingly well presented property with lots of information on the history of house and families who lived here. Self guided so you can take your time to explore.

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WA
Reviewed 24 November 2016 via mobile

We visited this lovely old house while staying in Mintaro and it has been so well looked after with loads of lovely old furniture and a very impressive entrance. Loads to see and admire. Well worth a visit while you are in the Clare Valley.

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Thank WAJane
Brisbane, Australia
Reviewed 31 October 2016

Absolutely beautiful house. I have seen many and this one is magnificent, go see it. Full of original furniture, amazing big entrance and huge winding stairway. Lots of information, the largest pool table. beautiful grounds. not expensive

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Thank Deb S
Adelaide, Australia
Reviewed 10 September 2016

Starting from south of the city a drive up to Martindale Hall was awesome. Then we had a great picnic in the outer grounds and made a grand entrance into the glimpse of fantastic South Australian history.

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Thank Michelle V
Adelaide, Australia
Reviewed 5 September 2016

Such opulence! It's great that all has been left here for the public to view. It is a chance to view opulent living such as most of us would never experience. Most of the furniture, decor, books on the bookshelves, decorations and paintings on the walls are the originals so it is just like walking into the house as it...

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Reviewed 14 June 2016

Martindale Hall is about to be lost as a South Australian Icon according to my inside information. This beautiful Georgian style mansion just outside Clare was built back in 1880 and gives you a peek at how those with a few coin lived back then. Of course the house was built for Edmund Bowman Jr but two years after the...

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Address: Manoora Road, Mintaro, South Australia 5415, Australia
Region: Australia > South Australia > Mintaro
Price Range: $120 - $251 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 10
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