Located only 6km from the Adelaide CBD, this budget motel in Enfield puts you within close proximity of the North Adelaide restaurant precinct, the Cycling Velodrome and historical Port Adelaide.
Across the road from the Enfield Motel is a chemist, Red Rooster, BWS. 24/7 café, McDonalds, and a 24/7 BP service station (with an ATM). There are also many more takeaway options only a short walk away. The Enfield RSL is located at the motel’s rear gate – a free drink voucher is available for guests.
There are 17 non-smoking units available, including: twin rooms (a queen and a single bed), queen rooms and king rooms. There is an adjoining room available for one of the king units with 3 single beds. All rooms offer a fridge, flat screen television, microwave, iron and ironing board, and a hairdryer. Complimentary tea, coffee, hot chocolate, milk, biscuits and sugar are also provided.
The Enfield Motel also offers barbeque facilities and onsite parking. Breakfast can also be delivered to your room each morning, providing that your order has been placed by 7pm the night before.
When staying at this accommodation in Enfield, we encourage you to explore the surrounding area to your hearts content. This includes: the Adelaide CBD, Port Adelaide, Elizabeth, Glenelg, Barossa Valley and North Adelaide.
The great thing about staying at the Enfield Motel is that you will be within close proximity of many of the surrounding attractions. We have outlined some of our favourites in the list below for your convenience.
If you feel most at home when exploring the great outdoors, there are plenty of things for you to do in the Enfield area. The Adelaide Botanic Gardens are definitely worth the visit, as are the Wittunga Botanic Gardens and the Rose Garden at Mount Lofty. If you don’t mind travelling a little further out of the city, we recommend the Morialta Conservation Park, Cobbler Creek West Reserve or the Mount Gawler Native Forest Reserve for bushwalking.
No matter how old your children are, they’re always looking for something fun to do whilst on holidays. Take them to the Adelaide Zoo (which is home to over 300 different species, including giant pandas Wang Wang and Funi), the Cleland Wildlife Park, Gorge Wildlife Park, the Adelaide Planetarium or one of the many yearlong carnivals. There are also plenty of parks around the city, many of them offering state of the art playgrounds and skate parks.
If you have shopping on the mind, we suggest that you visit one of the many markets held around Adelaide. The Adelaide Central Market is the most visited tourist attraction in the city – it has more than 80 stalls, cafes and restaurants for you to explore. Some of the other local markets include the Adelaide Hills Farmers’ Market, Adelaide Showgrounds Farmers’ Market, Gilles Street Market, Bowerbird Bazaar, Adelaide Night Market and Fisherman’s Wharf Market.
Those who appreciate art or are interested in learning about the region’s history should head to one of Adelaide’s many art galleries or museums. Some of the popular galleries include the Art Gallery of South Australia, the Jam Factory Contemporary Craft & Design Studio, Greenaway Art Gallery, Hill Smith Gallery, Art Images Gallery and the David Summer Gallery. The popular museums include the South Australian Museum, Maritime Musuem and Ayers House Museum.
If you happen to be holidaying during the summer, we’re sure that you’re looking for a way to keep cool on those hot days. Why not head to the beach? There are a number of beaches within a short distance of Adelaide, including: Glenelg Beach (the most popular one around the city, both for the water and the shopping precinct), Brighton Beach, West Beach, Henley Beach, Grange Beach, Semaphore Beach, North Haven, Sellicks Beach and Aldringa Beach.
Adelaide is the wine capital of Australia, so you should definitely stop to sample a drop or two during your stay. You’ll find some of our most famous vineyards – such as Penfolds, Wolf Blass and Jacob’s Creek – only a short drive away. Visit the National Wine Centre of Australia to enjoy wine and winemaking from the ground up. As far as food goes, there are plenty of family friendly cafes, gourmet pubs, restaurant precincts and street food stalls to try.