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“A little bit of England”
Review of Carrick Hill

Carrick Hill
Ranked #1 of 5 things to do in Mitcham
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed 4 January 2018

We decided that it would be interesting to show off this little bit of England to a visitor from Thailand. Not only could we show off the fabulous views of Adelaide from the traditional English style garden but we could also include a visit to the house to view the transplanted oak paneling and staircase. We were also fortunate in the the current exhibition was Stretton...both paintings and sketches.
Iced coffee and Eggs Benedict satisfied empty tummies and the coffee was good. Service was friendly and helpful

Thank BelairTraveller
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Reviewed 4 January 2018

The gardens, food at the cafe, the house and the tour were all wonderful. If I lived in Adelaide a picnic lunch in the gardens would be on my agenda often. The gardens are free, only the tour and food at the cafe take your money - your choice. Otherwise it can be a free day out

Thank Lellis51
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Reviewed 31 December 2017

Carrick Hill is imbued with fascinating SA history, notable artworks, beautiful gardens and wonderful views to the sea. It is a lovely, relaxed spot for morning coffee or lunch with friends.

Thank Alan S
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Reviewed 28 November 2017

On a hill overlooking Adelaide is this wonderful 1930s mansion which belonged to two members of the Adelaide social set. The house is a delight to tour with its collection of art & sculpture, & the gardens are extensive & well manicured. I was fortunate enough to stumble upon an exhibition of Sir Arthur Streeton's paintings here recently which was an added bonus. There is a lovely café with pleasant seating & helpful staff together with a particularly inviting menu. A lovely place to visit.

Thank Freya1958
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Reviewed 26 November 2017 via mobile

Carrick Hill is a lovely stately old home full of many artefacts from a time gone by. It was fabulous to wander around and reflect on how life must have been back then for the other half. Stopped and had lunch in the cafe and both meals were absolutely fabulous and the services was exceptional.

Thank Fitzy3764
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