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Thorn Park by the vines - Clare, Clare Valley

109a Quarry Road, Spring Farm, Clare, Clare Valley Australia (Accommodation) Show map

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Just minutes from the previous Thorn Park Country House, Thorn Park by the vines is located on the edge of Seven Hill in the Clare Valley in South Australia. David Hay and Michael Speers have delivered another magnificent dining and accommodation experience and of an equally high quality. An exquisite private location, with bush and vineyard views looking out over their dam, Thorn Park by the Vines has an ‘Australianness’ about it that will make their luxury accommodation and superb regional dining the destination of choice by international and national travellers alike.

A slightly less formal dining experience, the galley kitchen is open to the dining room, making the theatre of the kitchen dramatically close. The downside of the experience remains hidden in the scullery. As Gertrude Stein recommended, this element of the dining experience ‘should not be seen’.

Each suite has its own view and private area. Quiet spaces and the extensive library remain very important elements of the accommodation experience. New furnishings, beautiful fabrics and the expected extravagances sit comfortably amongst a few favourite pieces kept from Thorn Park Country House, giving Thorn Park by the Vines small but comforting touches of familiarity.

With three luxurious double rooms, all with ASDL connection, Thorn Park by the Vines sleeps six people, and rooms can be booked singly or as a group.

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Thorn Park by the vines 109a Quarry Road, Spring Farm, Clare (Accommodation)
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Other Information & Additional Facilities:

The larger of the two guest rooms, the white room has vistas over both the dam and mature eucalypts. The walls are a soft white and the furnishings include a contemporary, gray, white and black floral pattern and sheer muslin drapes. The white room is furnished with beautiful antiques that include a rare Australian Huon Pine wardrobe and Michael’s Grandmother’s mahogany chaise lounge, which has been recovered in a rich warm gray textured fabric. It provides a perfect spot to lay back and relax with a good book. Art works include an early Jacquie Hick painting and several Botanical studies. A beautiful rug collected on our recent trip to Turkey, adds an exotic finishing touch. facilities include: • king sized bed that can be twinned • reverse cycle air conditioning • ceiling fan • convection heating • large spacious en–suite (also with a view) • walk in shower • large vanity and under floor heating for winter comfort Breakfast is of the type one always wishes for and rarely finds. Everything is homemade from the delicious multi-grain bread used for toast, to the jams and the cereals.

The second of the larger rooms, the Mocha Room, looks over the neighbouring northern vineyards also the protective stone ridge to the east. It has a king–sized bed that can also be twinned. Not surprisingly the walls are painted a rich mocha brown. The furniture is a mix of early Australian cedar and mahogany pieces that blend well with the lighter contemporary fabrics used for the soft furnishings. A large striped armchair calls out to be snuggled into with a good book, and the eclectic art works include works by former local artist Russell Pick, antique Daumier cartoons and other works collected on the boys’ travels. The large en–suite has a toilet, bidet and double vanity. facilities include: • king–sized bed that can be twinned • reverse cycle air conditioning • ceiling fan • convection heating • large spacious en–suite • walk in shower • double vanity with underfloor bathroom heating for winter warmth Breakfast is of the type one always wishes for and rarely finds. Everything is homemade from the delicious multi-grain bread used for toast, to the jams and the cereals.

The second of the larger rooms, the Mocha Room, looks over the neighbouring northern vineyards also the protective stone ridge to the east. It has a king–sized bed that can also be twinned. Not surprisingly the walls are painted a rich mocha brown. The furniture is a mix of early Australian cedar and mahogany pieces that blend well with the lighter contemporary fabrics used for the soft furnishings. A large striped armchair calls out to be snuggled into with a good book, and the eclectic art works include works by former local artist Russell Pick, antique Daumier cartoons and other works collected on the boys’ travels. The large en–suite has a toilet, bidet and double vanity. facilities include: • king–sized bed that can be twinned • reverse cycle air conditioning • ceiling fan • convection heating • large spacious en–suite • walk in shower • double vanity with underfloor bathroom heating for winter warmth Breakfast is of the type one always wishes for and rarely finds. Everything is homemade from the delicious multi-grain bread used for toast, to the jams and the cereals.

The yellow room is a lovely blend of pale yellow, cream and deep indigo blue. Pale yellow walls and the blue drapes picked with yellow give this lovely light room a Chinoiserie feel. Antique botanical prints and Royal Doulton plates add to that feel without taking away a sense of space. A superb, early Australian mahogany wardrobe and cedar desk and large comfortable arm chair add touches of both luxury and praciticality. The room’s large windows over look over a beautiful bush land setting and there are comfortable antique cane chairs in the shaded terrace in front of the windows. facilities include: • queen sized bed • reverse cycle air conditioning • ceiling fan • convection heating • large spacious en–suite • walk in shower • large vanity • under floor heating for winter comfort • heated towel rails The yellow room is suitable for guests with special mobility requirements. Breakfast is of the type one always wishes for and rarely finds. Everything is homemade from the delicious multi-grain bread used for toast, to the jams and the cereals.

The yellow room is a lovely blend of pale yellow, cream and deep indigo blue. Pale yellow walls and the blue drapes picked with yellow give this lovely light room a Chinoiserie feel. Antique botanical prints and Royal Doulton plates add to that feel without taking away a sense of space. A superb, early Australian mahogany wardrobe and cedar desk and large comfortable arm chair add touches of both luxury and praciticality. The room’s large windows over look over a beautiful bush land setting and there are comfortable antique cane chairs in the shaded terrace in front of the windows. facilities include: • queen sized bed • reverse cycle air conditioning • ceiling fan • convection heating • large spacious en–suite • walk in shower • large vanity • under floor heating for winter comfort • heated towel rails The yellow room is suitable for guests with special mobility requirements. Breakfast is of the type one always wishes for and rarely finds. Everything is homemade from the delicious multi-grain bread used for toast, to the jams and the cereals.

The larger of the two guest rooms, the white room has vistas over both the dam and mature eucalypts. The walls are a soft white and the furnishings include a contemporary, gray, white and black floral pattern and sheer muslin drapes. The white room is furnished with beautiful antiques that include a rare Australian Huon Pine wardrobe and Michael’s Grandmother’s mahogany chaise lounge, which has been recovered in a rich warm gray textured fabric. It provides a perfect spot to lay back and relax with a good book. Art works include an early Jacquie Hick painting and several Botanical studies. A beautiful rug collected on our recent trip to Turkey, adds an exotic finishing touch. facilities include: • king sized bed that can be twinned • reverse cycle air conditioning • ceiling fan • convection heating • large spacious en–suite (also with a view) • walk in shower • large vanity and under floor heating for winter comfort Breakfast is of the type one always wishes for and rarely finds. Everything is homemade from the delicious multi-grain bread used for toast, to the jams and the cereals.

The second of the larger rooms, the Mocha Room, looks over the neighbouring northern vineyards also the protective stone ridge to the east. It has a king–sized bed that can also be twinned. Not surprisingly the walls are painted a rich mocha brown. The furniture is a mix of early Australian cedar and mahogany pieces that blend well with the lighter contemporary fabrics used for the soft furnishings. A large striped armchair calls out to be snuggled into with a good book, and the eclectic art works include works by former local artist Russell Pick, antique Daumier cartoons and other works collected on the boys’ travels. The large en–suite has a toilet, bidet and double vanity. facilities include: • king–sized bed that can be twinned • reverse cycle air conditioning • ceiling fan • convection heating • large spacious en–suite • walk in shower • double vanity with underfloor bathroom heating for winter warmth Breakfast is of the type one always wishes for and rarely finds. Everything is homemade from the delicious multi-grain bread used for toast, to the jams and the cereals.

The larger of the two guest rooms, the white room has vistas over both the dam and mature eucalypts. The walls are a soft white and the furnishings include a contemporary, gray, white and black floral pattern and sheer muslin drapes. The white room is furnished with beautiful antiques that include a rare Australian Huon Pine wardrobe and Michael’s Grandmother’s mahogany chaise lounge, which has been recovered in a rich warm gray textured fabric. It provides a perfect spot to lay back and relax with a good book. Art works include an early Jacquie Hick painting and several Botanical studies. A beautiful rug collected on our recent trip to Turkey, adds an exotic finishing touch. facilities include: • king sized bed that can be twinned • reverse cycle air conditioning • ceiling fan • convection heating • large spacious en–suite (also with a view) • walk in shower • large vanity and under floor heating for winter comfort Breakfast is of the type one always wishes for and rarely finds. Everything is homemade from the delicious multi-grain bread used for toast, to the jams and the cereals.

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