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We also have gift pack ready to walk out the door. We use local products in our packs.
Aiming to bring a market to Kapunda that is for the collector, the lover of all things vintage and for anyone that just loves a market vibe, even if you're just out for a look you can visit any of the great coffee shops on the main street in town and take a stroll down the street to visit the Makers Market Kapunda where you'll find jewellery, furniture and other hand made goodies.
Built in 1879, Oldham House was originally the home of William Oldham – one of the early managers of the Kapunda copper mine. Oldham House has been used as both a family home and accommodation over the past 140+ years.
Oldham House has recently been transformed into a charming hosted B&B with two themed suites and stunning landscaped gardens. Guests will find fresh flowers from the garden in their rooms, and can choose to take a bunch of flowers home with them.
Come to Oldham House to relax and enjoy the comfort and tranquility of this historic Victorian home.
This is your opportunity to stay on an historic, working property well located close to Barossa and Clare Valleys.
Self sufficient cottage and camping within an attractive hills location.