Melbourne Street Mews is a 1840's cottage consisting of two luxurious suites, with an interconnecting door with two ensuite two person spa marble bathrooms and showers with under floor heating, two master bedrooms both with queen beds, two jarrah galley kitchenettes and a drawing room with an open log fire. The 1930's den armchairs formally belonged to the great Sir Donald Bradman; Australia's most loved and unbeatable cricket hero! The private rear Tuscan walled garden has a water fountain and a very old apple and fig tree. The interior design is Tuscan and contemporary with touches of the antique. Melbourne Street Mews' location is excellent, as it is situated amongst the Cafes of Melbourne Street, close to the famous East End of Adelaide with its fascinating 19th Century buildings and numerous cafes and avante garde cinemas.