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Burra Paxton Cottages

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The Paxton Square Cottages are a great place to stay when visiting Burra. These old, former miners cottages have been refurbished and transformed into very comfortable accommodation with only a short walk across the bridge to the centre of town. We had a one bedroom cottage which also has a lounge room with two sofas, a kitchen and decent sized...

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Fantastic historical place. Unique, wonderful place. Kitchen is ill equipped but there is a restaurant called the Cookabbura ! Or there is a pub . I would stay here again . We arrived with our lovely dog who sleeps on a large blanket. This place is dog friendly if your doggy is well behaved 😊

Thank Wendy S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Spent 3 nights here with other family in nearby cottages. Very close to pub & centre of town. Clean, fresh homely cottage. Much improved having tv & air con. Basic cooking facilities, fridge etc. Will be back.

Thank elsiejill
Yarra Valley, Australia
Reviewed 16 April 2017

I stayed here 2 nights and loved my cottage. My miners cottage was very clean, it was a one bedroom but could of slept 4 people with 2 single beds and a queen bed in one room. Loved the high ceiling and old charm of the cottage. Very close to town so you can walk to shops. Fantastic town with...

Thank Itchyfeet502015
Adelaide, Australia
Reviewed 29 March 2017

I am absolutely in love with these gorgeous Miners Cottages. They are full of historical charm but with all the modern updates including the bathroom, kitchenette and the carpets had just been replaced. It was clean, tidy, very quiet - and the bed was ridiculously comfortable. We were given 2 adjacent rooms which had an internal door which meant we...

Thank Josta44
Reviewed 18 February 2017

Stayed in a cottage with friends and had plenty of room for the 3 of us. Each bedroom had 3 separate beds so we could spread out. Found the local pool 5 minutes walk away which is great to escape the summer heat and then enjoy the air conditioning in the cottages when you return.

Thank CheriBee80
Greater Adelaide, Australia
Reviewed 14 November 2016

Cottage 26 is ideal size for single traveller. 2 rooms, nice linen, high ceilings and utter peace and quiet. When built in mid1800s, each of 31 adjoined cottages housed an average of 5 people! And no bathrooms built on in those days. Everything works. Basic but practical. Wonderfully soundproof stone walls.

Thank McCRichards
Reviewed 4 October 2016

We stayed in these cottages when our children were young some 30 years ago and came back with them and grandchild for a trip down memory lane. Still really cute but cold although the heater worked very well...just a shame the log fires have been replaced. I had booked 2 cottages a couple of months beforehand wanting the ones by...

Thank OzPair
Adelaide, Australia
Reviewed 13 September 2016 via mobile

Love these little cottages. Pity they painted the stone but i understand why. The now white interior and a modern touch of flat screen tv, gives something for every traveller. Neat, simple and tidy and able to accommodate most bedding configurations. A great base for travellers that loves to explore the area and its historical past.

1Thank Cat A
McCracken, Australia
Reviewed 26 July 2016

The buildings are quite historic but don't be put off from that- its are well worth the stay. the building are within easy walking distance of the local hotels and main street which has interesting antique and gift stores.

Thank Geoffrey_Chapman

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Address: Kingston Street, Burra, South Australia, Australia
Region: Australia > South Australia > Burra
Also Known As:
Burra Paxton Cottages South Australia
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“West facing cottage for winter, south or east facing for summer”
McCRichards, 13 Nov 2016 | Read review
“The cottages allow parking right next to your rooms and are away from traffic noise. street.”
Geoffrey_Chapman, 25 Jul 2016 | Read review
“It is an old miners cottage what else do you want ?”
paulabR3719XR, 3 Jul 2016 | Read review
“There was six of us so Room #1 was great for us it on the top end of the building,”
WRAAC, 6 Jun 2016 | Read review
“The rooms on the creek side are my favourite.”
Apples365, 23 Jan 2016 | Read review
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