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Lambert’s Little Paradise
27 reviews
· Altona, South Australia
3 acres
2 sites
2 Caravan
‘Lamberts Little Paradise’ welcomes fully self-contained caravans or campers to our site. We are located 2kms on the outskirt of the historic township of Lyndoch, for the perfect space to enjoy a get away and unwind from the daily hustle of life. Lyndoch is located only 1 hours drive from Adelaide via Gawler and Elizabeth and is nestled in the heart of South Australia’s vineyard country. Within the wine touring country you can also enjoy family run cafes’, helicopter sight-seeing tours, local hiking tracks, bike trails, local markets, antique stores and so much more. What you get for $40.00 per night (2 people) is: • 1 caravan pad with water and power connection available • A dump point • Full access to the solar heated- swimming pool and surrounds • Wifi • Transport available upon request • Events are welcome with prior booking knowledge (Please communicate with host prior to booking) People with disabilities are well catered for including: • Disability pool hoist • Support workers available upon request Don’t delay – Book today. Please note... This is a private property only catering for two fully self-sufficient caravans at a time, so if you would like to stay in a very quiet location on the 3 acre property in the Barossa Valley without the hassle of a caravan park and no privacy this is the spot for you. Pets are welcome! Each site can only take one caravan so if you have two caravans you will need to book the second site also. ‘Lamberts little paradise’ is the perfect location to enjoy the experience that is the ‘Barossa Valley’.
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Altona, South Australia, AustraliaTo respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Stephen L.Joined in May 2021
Response rate: 100%Response time: Within 4 hours
27 Ratings · 27 reviews
Andy A.recommends
September 19, 2022
Lambert’s Little Paradise
Great little private stay. We managed two vans on the top spot. Weather was not kind but fireplace was supplied and used. Will be awesome spot in summer by the pool.
Trevor M.recommends
September 9, 2022
Lambert’s Little Paradise
We had a fantastic stay here and Steven was a great host. He even arranged for firewood and a fire pit to be set up at the camp site. Very quiet and peaceful. Highly recommended to others.
Kelly W.recommends
July 4, 2022
Lambert’s Little Paradise
Kid friendly
Great place for a family. Kids can run around and u aren’t worried they are going to annoy other campers or be run over!!
Kelly W.recommends
June 27, 2022
Lambert’s Little Paradise
Have your own space
Great place to come as we booked both sites and we could be side by side. Quiet and loved being able to have a fire in winter!
Sharon J.recommends
June 19, 2022
Lambert’s Little Paradise
Private and cosy
Cosy little spot, with privacy and when the weather is nice a fabulous pool area. There is not much space outdoors if you have a bigger van and are allocated the site next to the car port area. This has a paved section for the van but the outdoor section is gravel / hard clay. The other site is up the top on gravel near the shed, potentially more room but not as protected from the weather. Bonus - little fire pits available. Good driving distance from most wineries and a great walk into Lyndoch and back.
Ian B.recommends
June 12, 2022
Lambert’s Little Paradise
Wonderful weekend away
Awesome place to stay , so quiet peaceful , close to Lyndoch and Tanunda and all the wineries , Stephen and Kevin are great people eager to make an enjoyable stay for us, should be more places like this ,,, we will return for sure ,,,,,, ps our dogs loved it there to
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