Welcome to Andy's!
I started the project to deliver accommodation standards to Peterborough that reflect modern comfort and
services amongst the setting and aesthetics of a century old cottage. And if you are wondering who Andy is, Andy's
is named after Andy Cunningham, the last resident of the cottage for some 30 years.
Andy's is able to accommodate up to 7 people in three separate bedrooms, with various configurations including
the choice of a King, Queen, Double and King Single beds. In delivering quality accommodation in this setting,
comfort and relaxation has been top of mind.
Andy's is self contained accommodation reflecting quality, comfortable amenities of today's modern standards, yet
set in the surrounds and aesthetics of yesteryear. Suitable for Couples, Families, Groups and even Caravan stopovers.
Looking forward having you here,
Andy's was better than expected. This is a fantastic place to stay, very comfortable, clean, inviting,
large and a truly novel different way to spend a short stay. Location is perfect!
A bit of History
Peterborough was once the second most important railway town outside of Adelaide due to its geographical location,
its place amongst the heartland of wheat and grazing properties as well as housing small industries such as an abattoir
for the international meat trade, a flour mill, a butter factory, gold reclaiming works and brick kilns.
Peterborough with a population that was at one stage around 4000 was a bustling country community and local economy.
Today however is it half that with most of the economy being around servicing the community needs as well as an increasing
level of tourism. Peterborough has a long and proud history and you will be surprised to what you find when you take the
time to visit and enjoy not only the relaxed country lifestyle, but a community that has been a key part of South Australian
and Australian history.
Andy's is named after the owner and occupier of the house for the previous 30 years - Andrew Terence
Cunningham 1928 - 2012.
Andy was a bachelor his entire life, working in the railways and serving the local community through his kindness and
willingness to help those in need. This community focus and commitment by Andy was acknowledge after his passing, by the
awarding to his relatives of a certificate from St Vincent DePaul's marking 50 years of support.