Andy's Accommodation
Five-star quality in four star accommodation.

About Andy's!

ANDY'S Amenities

Andy's is ideal for all types of travellers ranging from couples away on a romantic weekend, to families and groups of friends. Andy's also suits those caravan travelers who want to treat themselves to a spot of luxury for a night or two, whilst parking up the caravan in the large driveway.

Three full size bedrooms with high quality high comfort beds and quality bedding including a king size bed (able to be split into singles), a queen size bed, and a double / single bunk bed.

Exceptional Bathroom facilities - including continuous gas hot water for those long hot showers. When you have a shower in the exceptionally appointed bathroom, you will soon realize why the shower is called the “Monsoon”. Fully appointed kitchen and laundry. Separate lounge -Sit back and watch the television in luxury electric recliners so comfortable you can sleep in them. Separate dining area.

Exceptionally large and secure front and rear yard, plenty of room for the kids to run around and play or for your pet to enjoy. Off street parking for up to four cars or to park your caravan. All bedding and linen is of high quality and is non allergenic. Continental or cooked breakfasts available.

Spoil yourself and your partner with a Gourmet Hamper – (available upon request).

ANDY'S Location

Peterborough is situated in the mid north of South Australia, two and a half hours north of Adelaide.
It is located on the Main road between Perth and Sydney and is a short drive off the Adelaide to Broken Hill (Barrier Highway) road. It is therefore a main thoroughfare and stop over point for interstate and intrastate travellers, housing a number of coffee shops, tourist attractions and historical displays. Peterborough is the perfect location to base yourself for a few days, taking in the magnificent lower region of the Flinders Ranges no more than an hour to the West, the beautiful Clare Valley Wine Region an hour to the South West and the historical town of Burra with all its antique shops not much more half an hour south towards Adelaide.

Of course, in addition to the surrounding and vastly differing landscapes and scenery, the local attractions whilst not large on scale, are significant in their own right. Individuals and community groups display an incredible community spirit through their development of a culture and cottage industry of art and crafts, along with the committed approach to retaining and displaying not only the town's history, but the delivery of a one of a kind railway history museum called “Steamtown”.