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    Exclamation accommodation in adelaide for country mum delivering in city?

    I am a country gal, with one daughter, 18mths. i am due to have no 2 on April 30 2006, and will be delivering in Adelaide at Flinders. However, i\I am lloking for some accommodation ideas for two weeks b4 the birth, and the week after for my husband and daughter while I am still in hospital, any ideas??? Help!

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    Hi taaniwha,

    I guess it depends on how much you want to spend. There is the Marion Holiday Park just across the road (pretty much) from Flinders and I think they have onsite vans and cabins, otherwise there is the Tonsley Hotel just down the road which is pretty reasonably priced also. Otherwise, if you are looking for something a little more upmarket, any of the hotels in Glenelg would be your next closest.

    Good luck.

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    I agree that it comes down to cost. There isnt a lot of accommodation around Flinders. The Marion Holiday Park website is www.marionholidaypark.com.au.

    If you want to stay at Glenelg maybe try some of the discount sites such as www.wotif.com.au or www.quickbeds.com.au.

    Goodluck!

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    Hi

    I work at FMC and we use the marion holiday park mentioned by the others for patients that need to hang around in Adelaide for check ups prior to flying home and it seems to be o.k.

    The hospital also has flats which country patients used to be able to stay in, not sure if this is still possible but its definately worth checking with the hospital.

    Good luck

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    ok, thanks very much girls, will check them out and see how we go


 

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