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The Picturesque Clare Valley Motel is a family run business in the Clare Valley, one of Australia’s premiere boutique wine regions, situated on 16 peaceful, tree-studded acres. Only 120kms north of Adelaide.

Boasting Valley view rooms and tranquil garden settings with a pet alpaca enclosure and native kangaroos visit regularly – The Clare Valley Motel is more than just a motel.

Located set-back from the main road and up a sweeping driveway, it is just a short 2 minute drive into the town centre. Clare Valley motel is a quiet, relaxing escape.

With 33 spacious, well appointed rooms – From Valley View King Spa rooms and Queen rooms, 6 x Twin rooms and Family room overlooking our orchard. 10 x Executive Queen rooms (Hillside) and 6 budget (Cottage Queen rooms). All with complimentary WIFI.

Relax by our sparkling saltwater pool surrounded by on the only ‘sandy beach’ in Clare. Cook a barbie under the Bali hut, or gaze at the magnificent stars beside our firepit

Conference facilities/function room available.

Our restaurant is temporarily closed following Covid, however, we have arranged for 2 x restaurants to deliver to your door, alternately, there is an excellent range of restaurants and hotels available in town.

Continental breakfast available in room at $15 per person – bookings appreciated.

Clare Valley Motel is more than just a motel.

Indicative Prices

$149 to $290

Room types range from Cottage Queen room, Hillside Queen room, Twin rooms, Family room, Valley View rooms and King Spa rooms. Rates are from Mid-week to weekend stays. Prices subject to change

Accessibility Information

  • Disabled access available, contact operator for details.

Activies you can engage in:

  • Cycling
  • Swimming


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