Just got back from KI, we had an absolutely brilliant time! The house was fab, the weather was great and we did everything we could possibly squeeze in… including swimming with dolphins which was definitely a dream come true!
Thanks for letting us stay,
Hannah (Adelaide SA)
The open plan living area and generous kitchen is filled with light and space. The view extends across the bay and out towards the mainland, and the front verandah is a great place to relax, read a book or have lunch. Our family of four have stayed at Blue Wren on several occasions over summer. We keep coming back because we love it, it is a few minutes walk down to the beach, and there is plenty of room for us to invite family and friends to stay over.
We love to cook, even on holidays, and really appreciate the well-appointed kitchen: lots of bench space, plenty of quality cooking utensils and pans, and more than enough of everything for entertaining a dozen or more people. Even from the kitchen window, the view is beautiful.
The backyard also has plenty of space for our children to play and explore.
The owners have always been attentive to our needs.
Terry Callahan (Adelaide SA)
Blue Wren was perfect for our family of four plus grandma. After a bumpy crossing from Cape Jervis the kids were very pleased to find out that Blue Wren lay just up the hill from the ferry's mooring at the Penneshaw Jetty. The cottage is well set up to take full advantage of the beautiful outlook, had everything we needed (including outdoor fish cleaning facilities) and was extremely comfortable, clean and tidy both inside and out.
It's position is ideal with a very short stroll to the beach and both the jetty (plenty of fish) and Baudin Conservation Park (full of Tammar Wallabies) within easy walking distance. We enjoyed short outings to the Chapman River for some wonderful kayaking and to the wineries and beaches on the Dudley Peninsula.
Nothing seemed far on KI and the kids loved exploring Stokes Bay, seal spotting in Flinders Chase National Park and tobogganing in the dunes at Little Sahara. Back at Blue Wren we loved being able to relax on the front deck or in the family room watching the ferries, and weather, coming and going. It was hard to leave Blue Wren.
Robert Mills (Adelaide SA)