Stansbury: 3- or 4-N Seaside Break for Four with Late Checkout and Light Brekky at Oysta la Vista, South Australia


September 28, 2021

The Hotel: Oysta la Vista

Oysta la Vista is a breezy, self-contained sea view sanctuary situated upon a clifftop overlooking the pristine waters of Oyster Bay, just a short trip from natural and urbane attractions. Comprising of two storeys, up to 10 break-takers seek seaside repose in this four-bedroom house, equipped with double spa bath, air-conditioning, home theatre and enclosed deck with BBQ facilities.

Cook up a storm in the well-stock kitchen with appliances including a coffee machine, as well as crockery, cutlery, saucepans, utensils and serving dishes or prep a sizzling feast with gas barbeque, and dine on the front verandah with views as far as The Adelaide Hills and Kangaroo Island. To relax, take a dip in the spa bath, head to the family room featuring a pool table, books and board games or simply take in the cove views from the balcony.

Room Details

Beach House

  • Master suite with king bed, second bedroom with queen bed, third bedroom with two king singles and a fourth bedroom with two singles and bunk beds
  • Standard occupancy: Four people
  • Maximum occupancy: Ten people
    • $10 for each extra guest
  • Any notable amenities unique to this room

The Area: Stansbury, SA

Renowned for its oysters farmed in beds just off the coast, Stansbury is the go-to seafood source for some of the best barnacles Australia has to offer. Surrounded by coastal cliff tops and vivid vegetation, a taste of local culture is embraced in the form of restaurants, cafes and charming galleries.

Marvel at Mother Nature’s ability to take breaths away exploring the Innes National Park with its unique wildlife, coastal scenery, natural vegetation, shipwrecks and walking trails, all just a short drive away. Cruise on down to water’s edge where the calm waters of the bay make for perfect swimming, snorkelling and water-skiing sites or spend the afternoon fishing off the numerous jetties. Wander along the inlet stopping to spot dolphins that are often seen frolicking in the bay. Stroll the 5km coastal cliff top walking trail from the Foreshore Caravan Park to Pitts Cutting for a view across the gorgeous Gulf of St Vincent. Get a taste for the local way of life by heading into Southern Yorke Peninsula, offering an array of charming restaurants, country pubs and quaint craft galleries.