Anlaby is one of Australia's great homesteads and one of the first grand rural properties of South Australia. Settled in 1839 by Frederick Dutton, it reached its heyday in the Edwardian era when it also hosted the Prince of Wales.
The property is in the process of being restored to breathe life into the original buildings and gardens that once echoed to the sounds of a prosperous and thriving rural station and community. The Manor House was one of the first residences on the property to be refurbished. It is now available as short stay accommodation. The double storey cottage has one king, one king/twin and one queen bedroom, sharing a bathroom and comfortable living area and combined kitchen/dining space making it the perfect self contained accommodation for a family or small group.
Explore the Folly and the 10 acre gardens including the 600 roses in the formal rose garden. Visit the stable quadrangle with its old clock tower, stables, blacksmith's shop, harness and saddle rooms and grooms quarters.