McCloud House was built by the McCloud sisters in 1930.
The Current McCloud House
In 2005, Julie and Bob began renovating McCloud House. The design retains the federation style, but with the modern comforts of the 21st century. The home offers overnight tourist and business accommodation, for short or longer stays, in self contained studio apartments on the first floor level. The ground floor contains a Thai restaurant. Ampika's Kitchen offers tasty authentic food, sourcing much of its produce from the local region. McCloud House owner and onsite host is Julie Wright.
Where are we?
McCloud House is located on the Fleurieu Peninsula, which is a gorgeous region south of Adelaide. To drive to the city centre or the airport it will take approximately 40 minutes. The Fleurieu Peninsula is renowned for its beautiful beaches, excellent restaurants and remarkable wines. For more info please click the link below
We're right opposite the jetty at Port Noarlunga - so easy! To find our location in google maps please click on the link below.
Glass half full
McLaren Vale is one of Australia’s renowned wine regions, famous for producing some the best wines in the world with over 65 cellar doors. If you are interested in visiting the wine regions, click the link below and explore the food and wine trails
Taste the region
Feel like making a home cooked meal. Check out the Willunga Farmers Market, which operates every Saturday (8am-12:30). For more information click the link below.
The Fleurieu Peninsula has a plethora of choice when it comes to eating out. Within walking distance the Port Noarlunga area is a restaurant hub. Whereas the wider region has some of the most acclaimed restaurants in South Australia. For more information please click the link below
There is never a dull moment on the Fleurieu Peninsula, from the Tour Down Under to the Gorgeous music festival. Check out the link below for more details
For the twitchers
Whether you're an amateur or pro birder, there is plenty for you to spot. So keep your eyes peeled and you may catch a glimpse at something like this Breeding Tawny Frogmouth.
The Port Noarlunga reef is one of the most commonly dived areas for beginner divers. It is safe and there is plenty to see. Snuba is the fun new way to explore what's under water. It requires no license or experience - learn it all on the day. For more info please click the link below.
-Fishing -Swimming -Snorkeling - Scuba Diving -Walking -Canoeing -Paddleboarding -Surfing