I was contemplating on whether I should do a post on our accommodation at Kangaroo Island. Not because the house was not good but I didn’t take much photos of it. Everyday was jam-packed, and when we were back, we just wanted to rest in the cosy house. After much thought, it would be such a shame not to share such an amazing place so read on…
Note: Most of the photos were taken from the website.
The sun set at around 5pm so it was almost pitch dark outside when we were on our way to the house. For many moments, we thought we were lost. We had to drive by the main “road” (It is not the usual pavement road and with no street lights) which will lead us to a narrow path through a dense forestation and up to the house. If we were going in the wrong direction, there was almost no way for us to reverse out. Luckily, we were on the right track.
See how far the drive was. The main road is on the left.
We were determined to wake up early to catch the sunrise the next day. But now, let’s get back to the house and its facilities. The house consists of eco-friendly design features including solar power, surround verandah and pure rain water throughout.
Spacious living area. We spent most our nights here over wines and chocolates.
Dinning area. One of our favourite spot to enjoy the great view outside.
Super spacious kitchen. The only disadvantage is there is no dishwasher so we had to wash our dishes in the cold water every morning and evening.
There are 3 bedrooms in the house but I only managed to find photos of 2 of the rooms. Sadly, the room that I stayed in cannot be found.
Third bedroom which we used to hang our coats
Shower. The toilet is separate.
Note: There is only one shower and toilet in the house so you have to plan your shower time well.
The weather outside was rather chilly especially at night hence there were lots of millipedes trying to get inside out toasty house.
Website: Kestrel Downs