You find it in the finer details – a commitment to quality, to supporting local, and to ensuring each interaction incites a smile. Details like bespoke mugs from a local ceramicist to sip your morning coffee from. The way the light filters through the leadlight, created by an Adelaide Hills artisan. The warm rammed earth walls, inspired by the mudbrick buildings of India’s West Bengal region. And the vintage Danish furniture, lovingly restored by the owner who enrolled in a furniture restoration course specifically for this purpose. Ukiyo House on the land of the Kaurna people is not your average Port Willunga accommodation. It’s an architecturally designed celebration of beauty found in the natural world. Ukiyo translates roughly to ‘floating world’ and it’s this world you enter, between the timber ceilings and concrete floors, to draw breath and rediscover what life is all about. Exhale over vistas of green as you light the fire pit or rinse off under the outdoor shower after exploring the beaches of the Fleurieu Peninsula.
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