Welcome to Bishops Adelaide Hills

Minutes from everywhere. Hours from anywhere.

Bishops Adelaide Hills, situated just 30 minutes from Adelaide in the Adelaide Hills at Basket Range, offers guests weekend breaks or extended stays in three beautiful and private heritage houses.

Henrys Henry's | Henrys The Waterfalls | Henrys Willow Cottage

Welcome to Bishops Adelaide Hills - a 300 acre (120 ha) heritage property owned by the Bishop family since 1871. Bishops Adelaide Hills is a fully operational cherry orchard which offers guests the chance to stay in three fully restored, heritage houses. With its location just 30 minutes from Adelaide, guests are able to escape to the beauty and tranquillity of the countryside yet remain close enough to everything they need.

Henrys Henry's

Henrys The Waterfalls

Henrys Willow Cottage

• magnificent views of the property
• open log fireplaces
• luxurious surroundings
• self-serve breakfast provisions
• your own private retreat

With each house nestled in its own secluded area of the larger working farm, colourful gardens merge seamlessly with the orchards, native forest and pasture. Walk the kilometres of paths and tracks, up hill and down dale, through fields and forests, beside spring-fed creeks and duck dotted ponds, past neat cherry orchards and groves of exotic trees. Observe the myriad bird life - from wrens and finches, to parrots, magpies, kookaburras, owls and eagles. Spot the kangaroos, possums, echidnas and koalas. Apart from the native fauna, your only neighbours are the friendly goats and the timid Murray Grey cattle.

Enjoy the whole property as your private estate. Explore the fascinating Adelaide Hills and all of its attractions, only 30 minutes away.

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Tetratheca Homestead

Bishops Adelaide Hills is located in the Adelaide Hills at Basket Range, approximately 30 minutes from the centre of Adelaide.

The original property, known as Tetratheca, has been owned by the Bishop family since the holding was purchased from the Crown in 1871 by James Bishop - a free settler from Somerset, England.

Five generations on, the property is owned and run today by Douglas Alan Bishop and his son, Douglas James, as a fully operational cherry orchard, and a quiet haven for those wishing to escape from the hustle and bustle of city life to the peace and tranquility of the countryside.

Bishops Adelaide Hills offers guests a chance to rest and recuperate in total privacy in beautifully restored, original cottages set on a 300 acre heritage property.