Davidson Cottage circa 1860
Located in the historic Petticoat Lane,
Penola, South Australia.
Davidson Cottage circa 1860, was built on land purchased from Alexander Cameron (Mary MacKillop's uncle). It was made with pit-sawn timber and a shingle roof. In the 1890's the cottage was leased by the Anglican church for use as a Rectory. The building was purchased and restored by the Penola branch of the National Trust in 1987. The cottage has been refurbished and officially opened in October 2009.
Enjoy your very own Pilgrimage to the nearby
Mary MacKillop Centre.
Learn all about Mary MacKillop and where it all began for Australia's first Saint
In the heart of the Coonawarra Wine region
Perfect rendezvous location
Halfway between Adelaide and Melbourne
Walk to shops, cafes, hotels and restaurants
Centrally located for day trips within the Limestone Coast Region
Easy drive to Beaches, Caves, Mt Gambier's Blue Lake, Robe, Beachport
Self contained cottage for 1 couple
Queen size bed
Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning
Healthy but hearty breakfast provisions
See Tariffs page for pricing
Normal tariff from $175 p/n
Minimum stay is 2 nights
**STAY 3 nights and receive a Complimentary bottle of wine and cheese platter**
***STAY for 5 nights, PAY for 4***
Well behaved dogs welcome (conditions apply)
Contact Leolla or Jill Ph 0488 646 446
We had a lovely stay at Davidson Cottage. So very quaint and charming. Thank you so much for the little special extras. We hope to return soon.
Elizabeth, Corey, Matt & Stephen. Sydney NSW
We have had a fantastic time experiencing Penola's history, long walks, sitting on the verandah sipping wine, vineyards, art galleries, gardens and pubs! Thank you for all the fine touches and especially the bread! I can't believe how at home we have felt and just so relaxed.
Alan & Lindsey Geelong Victoria
What a find! We have loved our time discovering Penola, especially Petticoat Lane & Davidson Cottage. Thank you for the special touches, beautiful fresh eggs and bread. You've done a great job with the cottage, we'll spread the word far & wide. Looking forward to catching up again one day.
Cheers Julie & Simon. Sunshine Coast QLD