The rural village of Lenswood was proclaimed in 1917, towards the end of the first world war. It is named in recognition of a battle near the town of Lens in North Western France. Prior to its establishment, the area was a part of Forest Range and as such is the youngest township located within the Adelaide Hills.

Since 1882 this site was primarily used for horticultural purposes as Apple and Pear Orchards. It was recently converted to the pavilions with additional stages planned across the road.

Set in a small valley amongst rolling hills, covered with orchards, pine and eucalyptus trees, Pavilions at Lenswood are surrounded by acres of native and European landscaped grounds. To the rear of each property is a tranquil creek, manicured lawns with semi-formal and contemporary gardens.

Pavilions at Lenswood offers guests a chance to explore the numerous wineries the region has to offer so anyone can enjoy some of the best cool climate grape varieties in Australia. We highly encourage guests to visit nearby  townships such as Hahndorf, Birdwood and Stirling, all within a 20 minute drive.