A private & self-contained section of the famous Mount Lofty Railway Station. The Saloon is a large unique U-shaped layout with sleeping, lounge and dining areas with a handy kitchenette. Suits a single guest, couples, 4 adults or up to a family to 6
The Club Saloon is a private and self contained section of the Mount Lofty Railway Station which is spacious and practical. It can flexibly accommodate anyone from a solo traveller, a couple or up to a family of 4 small children. This made possible by its unique "U" shaped layout. Ask for a quoted rate tailored to your own needs and you will find we are a very cost effective way to visit Adelaide and the Adelaide Hills. Please note our tariffs are all inclusive and we do not add additional housekeeping charges or a bond.
Accès des voyageurs
Guests have sole access to the Club Saloon and share access to all the Station's outdoor facilities with a maximum of one other booking who may be staying in the alternative Railway Lodge section. Most often, you will hardly know there are other guests at the Station because the areas are so well separated.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
Jim will personally check you in, give you a tour and orientation to your accommodation and leave you to it. If you need further assistance, there is a handy Guest Easy reference and a 24/7 Helpline.
MLRS is a real railway station on an operating line with about 8-10 trains passing per day. They don't stop, but they do add to the fun. Some come through overnight and how much you hear depends on which bedrooms you choose. The Club Saloon is popular with those wanting more of the rail experience, whereas the Railway Lodge (refer other listing) for those less so. The vast majority of the 1000s who have stayed with us don't find the occasional noise from trains an issue.
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The redevelopment of Mount Lofty Railway Station into quirky but practical accommodation highlights a range of Jim's interests. He loves the Adelaide Hills, their beauty and comfortable pace. He has a long standing commitment to rebirthing old buildings and their social heritage. Others he is custodian for are a large old Australian colonial home and an unmolested 1920s motor garage, both in the Adelaide Hills. The latter is a bit of a giveaway of his interest in classic cars and motorsport, where regularly campaigns a 1983 Volvo 240T ... and then there are the trains. Jim loves rail travel and most things railway.