The Ridgetop Retreats continue to set the benchmark in design excellence for nature based holiday accommodation. Designed by renowned architect Max Pritchard they take full advantage of their beautiful location in the Stringybark Forest in Deep Creek Conservation Park and successfully blend sustainability with a high standard of comfort.
They have been used as a template for sustainable tourism accommodation both in South Australia and Victoria and were awarded the prestigious Royal Australian Institute of Architects Award of Merit.
But being environmentally friendly doesn’t mean going without. Parquetry floors, bespoke stainless steel kitchen, leather sofas and cedar venetians provide a rich texture for the senses.
The floor to ceiling windows that are the hallmark of the Ridgetop Retreats create a strong sense of being connected to nature. There is so much glass you will feel like you are out under the stars and in among the trees.
Visiting kangaroos, birds, bandicoots, a lush forest with wildflowers and even changing weather patterns provide a visual feast for you to enjoy from your panoramic view point.
The Retreats can accommodate up to 4 guests and are provided with all linen and continental breakfast. They are centrally located in Deep Creek Conservation Park and a convenient starting point for the Forest Circuit Walk and Spring Wildflower Walk.
CHECKING IN & OUT
Check-in from 2pm and check-out by 11am
GETTING THERE AND DISTANCES
Ridgetop Retreats is 103 kms from Adelaide