The Best Cheap Hotels in Enfield, Australia

Levi Adelaide Holiday Park is one of the budget-friendly options in Enfield, especially for nature lovers on a road trip
Levi Adelaide Holiday Park is one of the budget-friendly options in Enfield, especially for nature lovers on a road trip | Courtesy of Levi Adelaide Holiday Park / Expedia
Richard Collett

With easy access to the city and a laid-back feel, Enfield is an ideal base for exploring Adelaide and the wider region on a budget.

Just a 10-minute drive north of the Adelaide CBD, the quiet suburban neighbourhood of Enfield is one of the best locations in the city for a budget stay. There are great transport links into Adelaide, while travellers can make the most of great-value pub accommodation, such as the renovated Hotel Enfield. There are nearby caravan parks, too, which sit surprisingly close to the verdant countryside of South Australia. Here are the best cheap hotels in Enfield.

1. Hotel Enfield

Budget Hotel, Independent Hotel, Hotel

The exterior of Hotel Enfield with a mid-century modern feel and greenery
Courtesy of Hotel Enfield / Expedia

Budget pub accommodation doesn’t get much better than the Hotel Enfield, where you can stay in a renovated Aussie pub. The hotel has 14 budget-friendly rooms alongside self-service laundry machines where you can catch up on your washing. Perhaps more importantly, though, hungry guests can take advantage of the pub’s Family Bistro, where huge steaks and sizzling seafood are served up daily. If you’re thirsty, then head to the Sports Bar, where cold beers are on tap and the latest Aussie Rules games are shown on big screens.

2. Comfort Inn and Suites Sombrero

Budget Hotel, Chain Hotel, Hotel

A bright guest room at Comfort Inn and Suites Sombrero, with one bed against a padded headboard and wood furnishings
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This is one for the cash-conscious parents because Comfort Inn and Suites Sombrero has a range of rooms, suites and apartments designed for easy family stays in Enfield. Book into a family room for four – which is divided into two separate spaces for privacy, each with a television – or upgrade to a three-bedroom apartment if there are five of you staying. The best pick is the townhouse apartment, a fully self-contained two-bedroom spot that’s as spacious as it is budget-friendly.

3. Enfield Motor

Budget Hotel, Motel, Hotel

A colourful guest room in shades of blue and green at Enfield Motor, with one bed and brick walls
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If you’re road tripping around South Australia and are in need of a budget break in Adelaide, then take a pit stop at Enfield Motor. Ideally positioned on Main North Road, you can park the car, leave your bags and jump on a bus for the 10-minute ride into central Adelaide. The hotel offers basic but comfortable twin, queen and king rooms, all of which have fridges, microwaves, kettles and even toasters – ensuring you can whip up a budget breakfast or a quick dinner on the cheap.

4. Comfort Inn and Suites Manhattan

Budget Hotel, Chain Hotel, Hotel

The tiled outdoor pool at Comfort Inn and Suites Manhattan, with astroturf and peach chairs and tables adjacent
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Offering guests a palm-fringed outdoor swimming pool and an excellent location on Main North Road, Comfort Inn and Suites Manhattan is one for the amenity-loving yet budget-conscious traveller. This hotel in Enfield has spacious executive rooms at great prices, while groups and families can book out the deluxe family room for up to five people. For extended stays, the fully equipped apartments are of excellent value. You’ll not only be able to take a dip in the pool every day, but you’ll save money cooking up dinner in the kitchen.

5. Walkers Arms Hotel

Budget Hotel, Independent Hotel, Hotel

A mid-century modern room at Walkers Arms Hotel, with a cushy sofa, a table and chairs
Courtesy of Walkers Arms Hotel / Expedia

At the Walkers Arms Hotel, you don’t have to pay premium prices for a romantic getaway. This award-winning hotel has eight spa rooms and 12 deluxe rooms, each of which has been designed to be as ecofriendly as possible. Enjoy the sunshine in the on-site beer garden, where alongside a cold beer you can score lunchtime deals on pizzas and schnitzels. In the evenings, enjoy the refined surroundings of the à la carte restaurant, including the sunken lounge and the 14m (46ft) long marble bar behind which mixologists happily craft cocktails.

6. The Mansfield Park Hotel

Budget Hotel, Independent Hotel, Hotel

A dining area at the Mansfield Park Hotel, with a large wooden table surrounded by stools and cutlery art on the wall
Courtesy of The Mansfield Park Hotel / Expedia

Sitting between Enfield and Port Adelaide, the Mansfield Park is a sleek, modern hotel that’s an old-fashioned Aussie pub at heart. The budget-friendly rooms sit above the pub, and while they do feature kitchenettes for home cooking, you might find the cold beers and pub classics at the bistro too tempting to pass up. The restaurant serves up a roast of the day, alongside favourites such as salt-and-pepper squid and fish and chips.

7. Levi Adelaide Holiday Park

Budget Hotel, Camping

A spacious, sunny-yellow guest room at Levi Adelaide Holiday Park, with polished wood floors, one bed and a table and chairs
Courtesy of Levi Adelaide Holiday Park / Expedia

One for the nature-loving road-trippers, Levi Adelaide Holiday Park is a caravan park on the green banks of the River Torrens, just a short drive from the central business district in Adelaide. The caravan park is surrounded by lush gardens through which walking trails allow you to explore the river and the forest. You can book into powered camping and caravan sites with gas barbecues or upgrade to fully equipped apartments, villas or cabins.

8. Windsor Gardens Caravan Park

Budget Hotel, Camping

Small, tan cabins at Windsor Gardens Caravan Park, with sliding glass doors, walkways and a picnic table
Courtesy of Windsor Gardens Caravan Park / Expedia

Windsor Gardens Caravan Park is one for the campers. This green, open park offers an extensive selection of powered camping and caravan sites. Cook up breakfast on the barbecue before taking a morning stroll along the River Torrens. Spend the afternoon in Adelaide (it’s a short drive away), then head back to the caravan park for a night of comfort camping. If camping isn’t your thing, there are budget cabins to book, too.

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