Contemporary in style, Bellevue Bed & Breakfast offers you the best the McLaren Vale region has to offer. 45 minute drive south of Adelaide on the Fleurieu Peninsula.

Relax, with a glass or two of local wine, or enjoy afternoon tea in the sun-filled courtyard.

In the morning sit back, relax and experience a three course gourmet or light taste breakfast.

Start with;
- 6 different breakfast cereals
- fruit juice
- fresh fruit salad
- dried fruits
- yogurt
- a selection of delicious teas or freshly ground coffee
- toast
- a selection of homemade preserves and jams

The next course maybe our baked apricot crepes, Belgian Waffles or caramelised pears.

Finally the cooked selection of:
- homemade rosti
- poached egg
- wilted spinach
- sauted mushrooms
- oven roasted tomato
- grilled bacon

Our menus change daily so the second and third courses vary every day.

We can cater to your specific dietary needs. (Prior notice is however required).

After a day of visiting the many wineries and cafes, what could be better than walking to one the many stunning restaurants McLaren Vale has to offer? Two of the finest are a mere 100m stroll.

We are an accommodation and holiday experience, which is personalised, warm and hospitable.

Bellevue B&B is ideally situated to provide accommodation for travellers, whether on business trips, a short weekend escape or simply as a treat for a special occasion.

From Bellevue, a short drive from Adelaide, the Fleurieu Peninsula is just waiting to be explored.

Wineries are possibly first on the list, but you will also want to visit beautiful beaches nearby, discover a number of specialist nurseries and walk the famed Heysen Trail.

Bellevue is an environmentally friendly business we have a solar grid connect system and solar hot water.

Bellevue is a "Climate Action Leader" recognised by Sustainable Tourism Australia and Ecotourism Australia. We are also a National Tourism Accredited business and a Member of Hosted Accommodation Australia.
HAA allows only quality businesses to be members with a minimum member standard, a code of conduct and a complaints process for the travelling public.

Activities and facilities

  • books (a book exchange system operates)
  • games
  • guest dining room (where we serve your breakfast)
  • Guest lounge
  • magazines and local information. Of course there is always Jenny & Ciaran on hand to fill you in as well
  • Non-smoking property
  • On-site parking
  • tea & coffee making facilities
  • Wifi access


12 Chalk Hill Road, Mclaren Vale 5171 SA Australia

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Check In 1500hrs
Check In Instructions If Check In is likely to be later than 17:00 hours please notify hosts in advance. ETA is required to confirm your booking.
Check Out 1200hrs
Getting There Adelaide City There are two choices from the city. Leave the city via Anzac Highway or Goodwood Road, turn left onto Main South Road (A13) and follow signs to the Fleurieu Peninsula and McLaren Vale.

By Train The train departs Adelaide Railway station for Noarlunga Centre every 25 mins (Mon - Sat) and every 30 mins (Sun). Southlink Bus No 751 departs Noarlunga Centre for Aldinga via McLaren Vale & Willunga (5 return trips Mon - Fri). You can also get the 752 which goes to McLaren Flat via Mclaren Vale

Alight at bus stop number 87.

From NSW/ Vic:
Via Western Highway: -continue onto the South Eastern Freeway - take the Mt Barker exit - follow signs to Macclesfield then Meadows, Kangarilla, McLaren Flat then McLaren Vale. Turn right into the Main Street. Turn right into Chalk Hill Road.

Via Tailem Bend: take the turning to Wellington and cross on the free ferry service (operates 24 hours day 7 days per week). Follow the sighs to Langhorne Creek, then Strathalbyn, Meadows, Kangarilla, McLaren Flat then McLaren Vale. Turn right into the Main Street. Turn right into Chalk Hill Road.
Parking FREE Off-street parking.
Things To Do McLaren Vale is less than an hour's drive from Adelaide. It is a charming township surrounded by more than 70 vineyards and wineries. The vast majority have their own cellar door, where tastings and sales are available.
On every side there are fields of grapes and signposts at various points with invitations to visit cellar doors. Olive trees dot the landscape. McLaren Vale has a maritime climate: warm to hot dry summers and moderate winters.

The region boasts kilometers of white, clean uncrowded beaches, such as Christies, Sellicks and Maslins (Australia's first nudist beach). These are found along the coast of Gulf St Vincent.
A short drive away is Port Noarlunga, with an underwater trail for snorkeling and scuba diving. The Onkaparinga River wetland trail offers a board-walk and abundant bird life within a recreation park. There are several trails with graded bushwalks to explore the gorge. This park is full of native trees, birds and reptiles.
There are plenty of art and craft shops, plant nurseries, a chocolate factory and local produce. Throughout the area there is an enticing variety of restaurants producing gourmet meals using the area's local produce; The Salopian Inn, The Barn, The Currant Shed, Star of Greece and d'Arrys Verandah, amongst others.
The 20 conservation parks on the Fleurieu Peninsula offer untouched scrubland, a home to kangaroos, koalas, emus and reptiles. The Heysen Trail (Australia's longest public footpath) and Kuitpo Forest are great for walking. The Onkaparinga River is SA's second longest river and the park encompasses the lower reaches containing the last remaining pockets of native vegetation in the southern Adelaide region.

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