If you haven’t had the chance to grab a bite at Pure Boutique Coffee, you really are missing out on a true Glenelg gem.
One of the perks of Seawall Apartments being located right on the beach is observing all of the wildlife that enjoy the shallows of Glenelg Beach!
We see every day just how much dogs enjoy walking on the esplanade and on the sand, but sometimes you catch a glimpse of nature that brings a smile to your face.
It has been a while but as I was showing guests to their seafront apartment earlier this week, our local friend Sammy the seal popped up over a wave to say hello!
He played in the shallows to the delight of all beach goers for about 45 minutes before he cruised along the coast back towards Brighton.
Such a joy to watch!
There’s no better time than Autumn to experience all the Adelaide Hills have to offer, so jump in the car for an easy 40 minute drive away from the coast into the Hills and enjoy our top five suggestions for a great day out.
A GREAT DAY TO PLAY!
Dear friends of ours have recently moved to Australia from England, so celebrations have been a plenty in our household of late!
THE PERFECT STORM...
When you think of the beach, one often associates it with sunshine, sunscreen and sunsets, in a nutshell a lot of SUN! But winter is also a truly remarkable time of year to be by the sea.
Our 9 month old baby girl loves nothing better than to crawl on the grass and play with the fallen Norfolk Pine sprigs. Oh that and munching on a good hot chip, so what better way to spend a lazy Sunday afternoon than fish and chips by the beach.
One of the many things I enjoy about Seawall Apartments’ location on The South Esplanade is the fact that you can sit back and people watch every single day, and with the amazing weather we have been having, people having been taking full advantage of spending time by the sea!
Just last weekend I fell in love with Glenelg just a little bit more. As a thank you to my Mum who was over from Victoria and had been staying with us for the past 6 weeks to help out with our 9 month old baby girl, we decided to take her one of our favourite restaurants, Zucca Greek Mezze.
This July, Moseley Square turned into a Winter Wonderland with a 150 square foot outdoor ice arena!
Does anyone describe hotels in terms of ‘stars’ anymore?
In the age of smart phones, tablets, and laptops light enough to take anyway, the need for Wi-Fi in hotels is obvious. The big question is, should guests be paying for it?
Here are our top 5 things to remember to pack when going on a family holiday!
One of our favorite places to visit is the Central Markets in the city, last Saturday I jumped on the tram from Glenelg straight into the city. Easy!
The best part about our location on South Esplanade is being an easy walking distance from our favorite restaurants in Glenelg, so having a few cheeky cocktails is no problem!
Last Friday night, a catch up with the girls was in order, so we headed down to Glenelg. First stop: Yakumi, for sushi and stir-fried udon noodles. Very tasty. Yakumi has recently combined with their neighbouring restaurant, Glenelg Spices. The menu is split into two sections for each restaurant, so we were spoilt for choice!
Today we are taking our first steps into blogging.
For those of you who don’t know us, Seawall Apartments is a family run hotel located in Glenelg, South Australia. We are situated right on the beach, which makes for some stunning views and sunsets that we love to share.