Lyndoch Accommodations

Accommodations in Lyndoch

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3br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Breakfast
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  • Swimming Pool
The SpaceBright, airy, spacious, private retreat in the Heart of the Barossa Valley, Walk to wineries. Perfect oasis from a day at the wineries. A home away from home, comfortable sofas, polished timber floors, wifi, pillowtop beds & lush gardens Winemakers House. Swimming Pool, Wood Oven (used only , if providing catering by hosts) private in-house tastings upon request. Heart of Barossa, Extra house at rear for friends to stay if larger groups. Winery tours arranged. Pool, Gardens, Playroom with extra sleep out & large TV, Outside shower, Outside dining tables & chairs, We will do whatever you need to make your stay a memorable one. Situated in the Heart of Tanunda, considered the heart of the Barossa, owned by a winery family, Short stroll to the BEST bakery in the valley. walk to restaurants & main street. Sixty wineries within a 20min radius. Touring options available, local guide. Walk, Car. From airport its just 1 hour drive. We can arrange transfer if needed. Food wine matching if required. Degustation dining in the courtyards by owner chefs. Subject to availability Guest AccessPool, Gardens, Playroom with extra sleep out & large TV, Outside shower, Outside dining tables & chairs, Interaction with GuestsWe will do whatever you need to make your stay a memorable one. The NeighborhoodSituated in the Heart of Tanunda, considered the heart of the Barossa, owned by a winery family, Short stroll to the BEST bakery in the valley. walk to restaurants & main street. Sixty wineries within a 20min radius. Touring options available, local guide. Getting AroundWalk, Car. From airport its just 1 hour drive. We can arrange transfer if needed. Other Things to NoteFood wine matching if required. Degustation dining in the courtyards by owner chefs. Subject to availability
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1br Home/Apartment
  • Gym
  • Breakfast
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The SpaceStrathlyn Coach House is an independent building located at Strathlyn Estate, a privately owned 5 acre historic property located on the fringe of Angaston in the Barossa Valley. The coach house was constructed circa 1905 was restored in 1995 as comfortable accommodation for two. Built of local stone with 30 centimetre walls, the coach house is quite an historic landmark, testifying to life of a bygone era. The outside of the building remains much the same as it was in 1905, but the interior has been finished with extensive use of timber. A mezzanine level bedroom has been created from the original loft floor. A large balcony area, reached from the attractive bedroom, has panoramic views across the width of the valley to the Greenock Ranges. Guests can sip a glass of wine while watching the setting sun, or enjoy an intimate breakfast for two on a warm, still morning. A separate driveway to the building, and secluded location away from the main residence ensure guests' privacy. The facilities, include full bath, separate shower and toilet, sitting room with TV, DVD, VCR, novels, board games and magazines. There is also a well equipped kitchenette with microwave and hot plate and well stocked with country breakfast provisions. A R/C air conditioner, heater, electric blanket, queen size bed, iron and ironing board, all linen and towels, hair dryer, gowns and bath, body and hair toiletries are provided. The Strathlyn Estate is located 1 km from the historic town of Angaston, Guest AccessGuests can access the whole property except the main residence interior. The coachhouse is a stand alone building 80 m from the main residence located in an old Almond Orchard. Interaction with GuestsYour host, Heather, is available to provide local knowledge and suggestions upon request. Guests should be mindful that there may be other guests staying in some of the other accommodation options on the property. The NeighborhoodStrathlyn Estate is a very private property surrounded by extensive gardens. It is off the main road located amongst vineyards within walking distance of Saltram Winery. The accommodation is 1 km from Angaston town where guests can access the start of the bike track that runs through the centre of the Barossa Valley to Gawler. Getting AroundPlease ask your host Heather about the local taxi service and tours of the Valley. Other Things to NoteWhen first arriving check in at the Reception located on the eastern verandah of the main residence facing the tennis court. During certain times of the year (harvesting) there will be activities and some occasional noise within the vineyards.
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Excellent
177 reviews
1br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThe Shea-Oak Log Studio AKA The Shed, is a lovely space. A large double glass sliding door lets the morning sun stream in onto the timber floor. There is 3 leather lounges which seats 6 people with ease. The extra large bedroom has a queen bed and room for a portacot, if needed. The Studio is set up to fit 2 people with comfort. The Studio is full insulated and very comfortable in any weather, with 2 air conditioners and a fan. The Studio is located at the southern end of our property, which is only around 200 metres off of the Sturt Highway. You will hear some road noise from time to time. Guest AccessThe Studio is a converted shed. With half of the shed converted into living quarters and the other half remains an implement shed for the vineyard equipment. There is a door joining the two areas but this remains locked at all times. Guests will have access to all the living areas, bathroom and bedroom and are also very welcome to wander through the orchard and vineyards around the Studio. The Studio does not have a washing machine. But there are laundry mats in Gawler and guests can use the clothes line out the back of the studio. Please be conscious that this is a working vineyard and machinery does move around the vineyard from time to time. Also, we are very rural and have numerous wildlife come to visit including foxes, mice, kangaroos, emus, snakes and endless birds. Interaction with GuestsThe Studio is totally self contained with access to the property via a locked security key box. The code is given to guest prior to arrival. We understand that guests like to be independent and not disturbed, so we leave you to your own devices. But, as we are only 500mt away, if there are any problems, we are close by to lend a hand or offer some advice on where to go and what to see. The Studio also has a wide array of local brochures and maps. The NeighborhoodThe Studio is located in a very unique area. There are no close by neighbouring houses, you are moments off of the Sturt Highway which leads you to the heart of the Barossa in 10 minutes and to Adelaide in 50 minutes. The studio is situated at the southern end of our property which is close to the Sturt Highway, this is great for access but you can hear the road noise from the studio. You are surrounded by the Barossa Ranges, vineyards and broadacre crops. No one will bother you here! Only our little schnauzer Hugo, who likes to come and say hello from time to time! Getting AroundA car is a must if staying at the Studio. There is no public transport available. Your car has its own double carport! Taxi's are available. The Airport Flyer also is available. The closest public transport is in Gawler, only 10 minutes away, with trains and buses available. Tour buses pick up guests regularly from the The Studio. Other Things to NoteThe Studio is located on a working vineyard, but we are in the middle of rebuilding the vineyard as the Pinery Fire in 2015 destroyed the majority of the vines. Also, it is good to remember that this a farm and we are surrounded by broad acre crops and vineyards. Occasionally you may see some of the local wildlife like mice and snakes around the place, but we do do our best to keep them at bay. Its all a part of country living! Our property was burnt out in the Pinery Fire in 2015, destroying the majority of our vineyard, all the fences, gardens and a lot of the trees. We are gradually rebuilding and replanting. It's a very slow process but we will return the property back to its former glory soon enough.
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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceBarossa Peppertree Cottage retreat is set amongst half an acre of glorious gardens with the feeling of total seclusion, while still located in the hub of Barossa Valley. Guest AccessBarossa’s beautiful self catering bed & breakfast offers quality luxurious accommodation for up to 5 people including use of plush robes, exquisite king bedroom, gorgeous queen bedroom, FREE wifi, complimentary local wine, port and chocolates, full scrumptious gourmet breakfast provisions and is also set in a gorgeous cottage surrounding for adults and children alike. With everything you could possibly need provided and even more surprising treats, rest assured that this will be an enjoyable stay you will never want to end! Interaction with GuestsBarossa Peppertree Cottage is non-hosted accommodation so our guests can feel the privacy and seclusion of a peaceful holiday! The NeighborhoodStockwell is a quiet and friendly town with a lot of history. From the church built in 1904 to the popular Stockwell Hotel, there is a lot to discover about this quaint interesting town. Getting AroundWith Nuriootpa only a 5 minute drive away, everything is accessible. You will find a lot of information in the cottage regarding transport and near by facilities.
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Excellent
15 reviews
2br Home/Apartment
  • Pets Allowed
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
  • Swimming Pool
The SpaceThe Miners Cottage - sleeps 2. Beautiful stone cottage with one bedroom, open fireplace, sitting room and kitchenette. Modern bathroom with claw foot bath, double shower, underfloor heating and heated towel rail. Deep back veranda overlooks the pool and winter creek. Lovely red gum outdoor table for eating meals. BBQ & outdoor heater. Also have access to the full kitchen and TV sitting room in the Barn The Miners Cottage Barn - sleeps 2. Old timber on the outside, modern on the inside. One bedroom with ensuite shower, (use toilet in cottage bathroom). Full kitchen facilities - oven, gas hot plates, dishwasher, Nespresso coffee machine, TV. Breakfast provisions included for cooked and continental breakfast, linen, towels and other luxury extras also included. Guest AccessAccess to pool and Cabana. On 18 acres, lovely walks Interaction with GuestsRebecca is usually on hand to greet guests and and answer questions as needed The NeighborhoodOn the edge of the Barossa, 7 mins to Lyndoch, 10 mins to Gawler, 15 mins to Tanunda, 30 mins to Angaston. Tour the wineries, visit the farmers market, eat out, ride the Bike trail, fossick in an antique store... Getting AroundLocal tour companies Taxi Other Things to NoteThe Cottage and Barn are side by side. You can enjoy time together and also have your privacy.
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Excellent
26 reviews
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The SpaceSituated in the beautiful Barossa Valley just 15 minutes walk to the shops and hotels. This is a small modernized 3 bedroom house on a corner block so there is secure parking in the back yard also. Clean and comfortable. Free wifi, TV, DVD, kitchen, iron, laundry, parking, heating, evaporative Air con etc Shared House with me. You'll have your won private room with cupboard. This is my house so you'll be sharing it with me. However i'm generally working quite a lot so most of the time you will have it to yourself. Happy to give advise on what i think is good to do in the Barossa as i've lived here all my life (36 years). My family owns and runs a vineyard/winery so have a good insight into all things wine and Barossa. There is some traffic on the road out the front but there is no houses across the road which makes it feel spacious and natural. There is also a retirement village around me so it's probably the quietest and slow paced part of town. The bathroom is shared. There's a bus to Adelaide a 15 minute walk from my house. If you stay i'll throw in a bottle of my Atze's Corner Shiraz for you to enjoy. Guest AccessFree wifi, TV, DVD, kitchen, iron, laundry, parking, heating, evaporative Air con etc Shared House with me. You'll have your won private room with cupboard. Interaction with GuestsThis is my house so you'll be sharing it with me. However i'm generally working quite a lot so most of the time you will have it to yourself. Happy to give advise on what i think is good to do in the Barossa as i've lived here all my life (36 years). My family owns and runs a vineyard/winery so have a good insight into all things wine and Barossa. The NeighborhoodThere is some traffic on the road out the front but there is no houses across the road which makes it feel spacious and natural. There is also a retirement village around me so it's probably the quietest and slow paced part of town. Getting AroundThere's a bus to Adelaide a 15 minute walk from my house. Other Things to NoteIf you stay i'll throw in a bottle of my Atze's Corner Shiraz for you to enjoy.
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Good
23 reviews
3br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceA cosy winter haven or a cool modern home, my 3 bedroom home is yours to enjoy in the heart of the Barossa. Space for many or an intimate feel for few, the house offers a large open plan living / dining / kitchen, three bedrooms (two queens and one twin single) and two bathrooms (one ensuite to the master and another three way bathroom). The house is most suitable for six people. At a squeeze, additional people can sleep in the study (on a fold out single sofa bed) and the lounge (on a fold out double sofa bed). The house has foxtel, wireless internet, easy parking all within access to the best coffee, eateries and wineries. Large entertaining deck with barbecue and a cubby for the kids! Guest AccessAll guests have access to the entire home and its contents so relax and enjoy yourself. Interaction with GuestsI'll have someone close by to call on if you need them. My home is yours to enjoy. The NeighborhoodMy home is in a quiet but accessible part of Angaston. Within walking distance of the Angaston main street with great coffee and dining venues. And a top spot to visit the Barossa wineries - most wineries are within a 15 minute drive. Getting AroundLots of available parking. 10 minute walk to Angaston main street. 15 minute drive to Tanunda. One hour drive to Adelaide. Other Things to NoteReverse cycle ducted air-conditioning for hot South Australian summer. A cot, lots of toys for young children and a cubby house! House is all on one level, no stairs. Well equipped kitchen - including dishwasher, microwave, fridge/freezer, stove + oven, rice cooker, toaster, kettle. Fresh towels, linen, soap/shampoo provided. Washing machine & dryer.
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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceYour heritage stone cottage has lounge, kitchen dining room, two king bedrooms plus swish modern bathroom. Provisions left for regional Barossa breakfasts including smokey bacon, free range eggs, fresh bread Guest AccessThere is a underground cellar BUT we do not suggest that you access it!!!! Interaction with GuestsYou hosts will meet you at the cottage on arrival and show you through and answer any questions. We can recommend local wineries and restaurants. After that we will leave you alone - we are available by phone or can drop down to chat - we are just five minutes away! The NeighborhoodThere are five Barossa wineries within 2 kilometres! There are three eating houses within 500 metres - we recommend Table Cafe Getting AroundTake a private chauffeured tour with our Barossa Vintage Tours - only $395 for one couple including winery lunch and afternoon coffee - 9.30 am til 4.30 pm Airport/Adelaide transfers also available for AU$110 each way Other Things to NoteYou can TRUST US - we started doing traditional hosted BnB in 1995 and opened our first self contained cottage in 1996. They were so successful we commenced the first Barossa Bed & Breakfast Booking Service in 1997. This property is part of a small collective called cottages4u - properties where we manage all the bookings and ensure guests have the best Barossa experience All bookings are subject to the Terms & Conditions as detailed on our website (URL HIDDEN) Strict cancellation policies apply. Cancellations notified more than 28 days prior to the booking will incur a $30 (incl GST) cancellation fee. Cancellations notified 28 days or less and more than 14 days prior to arrival date may receive a partial refund if a replacement booking of equal or greater value is received. Cancellation 14 days or less prior to the arrival date will forfeit all monies paid. Any other changes to booking dates will incur a $30 amendment fee. No changes may be made less than 14 days prior to the arrival date. Two night minimum at all times - three or four on long weekends, Barossa Events or Easter
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    The SpaceSet on a beautiful old homestead in the heart of the Barossa Valley, we have a newly renovated bedroom with ensuite overlooking 120 year old Grenache vineyards, a windmill and Jacobs Creek. The house is French provincial in essence with 18 century furniture throughout the bedrooms. The moment you arrive, the property will relax you and you will feel refreshed and rejuvenated after one night in the country air overlooking the Para River. Located one hour away from Adelaide, the Barossa Valley is a truly superb location to explore the best of the regions wines. The homestead also has an underground cellar wine bar with a great variety of local wines. Rowland Flat is in the heart of the Barossa Valley and is 2km from the Novotel Barossa Valley Resort. Bookings can be made at the hotel with Endota Day Spa and Harry's the hotel restaurant. Barossa towns Lyndoch and Tanunda are both a 5 minute drive from Rowland Flat. Angaston 10 minutes and Gawler/Nuri 20 minutes. We look forward to answering any questions you may have in relation to the Barossa Valley. We look forward to welcoming you to our property. More pictures to follow shortly!
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    Excellent
    10 reviews
    2br Home/Apartment
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    The SpaceMilk + Honey House is a self-contained cottage offering beautiful rustic French/Hamptons style décor and a range of features for your comfort and enjoyment all year round. The accommodation includes two beautiful double bedrooms both with queen size beds and white sun dried cotton bed linen, plus an additional single bed ottoman in the larger bedroom (designed mostly for the use of a child). You can relax in the gorgeous comfortable lounge room, large eat in kitchen, modern bathroom with MOR toiletries and white fluffy towels. There is a separate toilet with powder room, full laundry facilities, shaded outdoor eating area in a landscaped garden and driveway to undercover parking. The house has reverse cycle air-conditioning in every room, a flat screen television and DVD player, iPod dock, full kitchen facilities including dishwasher, coffee machine and microwave. Continental breakfast provisions along with a selection of beer and a bottle of Barossa wine are also included in the price. Exclusively yours, this cottage has the best of both worlds with all the character, warmth and charm of a heritage listed property with the convenience and comfort of a newly renovated cottage. Guest AccessTariff includes all linen, MOR toiletries, provisions for a continental breakfast along with a selection beer and a bottle of Barossa wine. A mid-stay refresh service is provided for stays of 6 nights or more. Other Things to NoteStrictly a minimum 2 night stay. Long weekends and public holidays may attract a longer minimum stay requirement depending on dates.
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    The SpaceOur house has a large outdoor entertaining area and dining table for get together's on mild nights or just a great place to relax on the love swing through the day while reading a book. Our friendly dog may even join you for some kisses. Inside is spacious, open plan living so you can watch TV while cooking Tea. Guest AccessAccess to Full Kitchen (supply own foods), Main Bathroom which is basically only for guests as we have our ensuite and other amenities Pool table and WII also available Interaction with GuestsI work full time My Partner is currently home so you will probably find him tinkering in the garage or out the back with our dog. In the evenings is wind down time but we don't mind chatting about the local areas or listening to your traveling stories The NeighborhoodQuiet street away from the main road, however a short walk to the Main Street of Angaston which is constantly bustling with energy all week long. With Beatiful Cafe's in full swing, the Local Farmers Market on Saturday Mornings between Angaston and Nuriootpa and local wineries close and convenient. Also the beautiful Angas Park within a short walk for the family with kids wanting to have a hit of tennis, or play on the play ground or watch the local games Getting AroundPublic Transport is far fetched - best for you to have a hire car
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    3br Home/Apartment
    • Wifi
    The SpaceOK - so what does 4.5 STAR rated mean - it means that Lochnagar Barossa has been independently assessed by STAR Ratings Australia - the body owned by the motoring agencies across Australia and being up the top when it comes to Cleanliness Quality and Facilities. Others may claim to be good but Lochnagar Barossa has been cherxcked out - and been rated at 4.5 STARS since Other Things to NoteYou can TRUST US - we started doing traditional hosted BnB in 1995 and opened our first self contained cottage in 1996. They were so successful we commenced the first Barossa Bed & Breakfast Booking Service in 1997. This property is part of a small collective called cottages4u - properties where we manage all the bookings and ensure guests have the best Barossa experience Two night minimum at all times - three or four on long weekends, Barossa Events or Easter
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    2br Home/Apartment
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    The SpaceIt's a simple worker's cottage but the attention to detail will enthrall you - and the view - it's mind blowing! Guest AccessYour self contained cottage has lounge, two queen bedrooms, country kitchen, spa bathroom and laundry facilities. There are wonderful outdoor nooks for relaxation Interaction with GuestsYour hosts live close by on the same property (500 metres away). They will meet you on arrival but leave you to enjoy the peace and tranquility. They are there if you need them. The NeighborhoodThis is a spot to unwind and relax - your cottage is close to great restaurants and the best Barossa wineries - and the Barossa Farmer's Market is just down the road ion Saturday mornings Getting AroundDrive yourself or check out Barossa Vintage Tours for a personal chauffeur driven tour - tell them you are staying at Trinity Cottage for the best deal Other Things to NoteYou can TRUST US - we started doing traditional hosted BnB in 1995 and opened our first self contained cottage in 1996. They were so successful we commenced the first Barossa Bed & Breakfast Booking Service in 1997. This property is part of a small collective called cottages4u - properties where we manage all the bookings and ensure guests have the best Barossa experience Two night minimum at all times - three or four on long weekends, Barossa Events or Easter
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    1br Home/Apartment
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    • Breakfast
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    The SpaceThe Strathlyn Lemon Tree Spa Apartment is a self contained free standing cottage located at Strathlyn Estate, a privately owned 5 acre historic property located on the fringe of Angaston in the Barossa Valley. The cottage provides quality accommodation for one couple, features a large 2 person spa at one end of the bedroom in a tiled area. A spacious living area and TV/DVD and comfortable large sofa encourage relaxation. The well equipped kitchenette is supplied with ample provisions for breakfast. A separate bathroom has a shower/toilet and vanity. There is an outdoor table setting in a walled area near the pond and garden allowing for outdoor relaxation or meals Guest AccessGuests can access the whole property except the main residence interior. The apartment is a stand alone building 30 m from the main residence located next to an old Almond Orchard. The gym and guest laundry are located nearby. Interaction with GuestsYour host, Heather, is available to provide local knowledge and suggestions upon request. Guests should be mindful that there may be other guests staying in some of the other accommodation options on the property. The NeighborhoodEnjoy the tranquility of staying on the beautiful Strathlyn Estate, surrounded on all sides by historic vineyards. Strathlyn Estate is within walking distance of Saltram Winery and the Farmers Market. The accommodation is 1 km from Angaston town where guests can access the start of the bike track that runs through the centre of the Barossa Valley to Gawler. Getting AroundThere is a local taxi service and tours of the Barossa Valley may be arranged. Enquire with your host Heather regarding bookings. Other Things to NoteWhen first arriving check in at the Reception located on the eastern verandah of the main residence facing the tennis court. During certain times of the year (harvesting) there will be activities and some occasional noise within the vineyards. Minimum stay of 2 nights.
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    3br Home/Apartment
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    • Smoking Allowed
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    The SpaceThe cottage is perfect for couples, families or groups of friends. We have three large bedrooms to accommodate up to six guests. If the dates you seek are not available please message me. Thanks for looking. The name (ta-rah vor) derives from the Gaelic translation 'little rocky ridgetop' and is situated within a stunning landscape of rolling hills and rocky outcrops. Private, peaceful and a short, ten km scenic drive to the townships of Tanunda and Angaston, this an ideal base from which to explore the Barossa region. Surrounded by vineyards, our organic farm has uninterrupted views across the hills. Early risers will be rewarded by beautiful sunrises & on a clear night the starry skies are magnificent. Features of the home are: Three bedrooms: - comfortable king & queen-size beds - quality, cotton sheets - plump pillows - quality, down quilts. - air conditioning provides cooling in summer - electric blankets in cooler months Loungeroom: - comfy sofas - wood-fired, slow combustion heater - wood and kindling provided - tv/dvd - ipod dock with bluetooth - books & games Kitchen: - fully equipped with modern appliances, including: - gas stove-top - electric oven - dishwasher - microwave -cooking utensils. We are very much about supporting our local community & privileged to have access to a great range of quality products. Breakfast provisions include: - Locally baked bread - muesli - Barossa smoked bacon - free range eggs kindly provided by our own hens - fruit juice - tea & coffee - homemade jam & condiments Bathroom: - shower - heater - quality towels - shampoo, conditioner, soap - hairdryer Outdoors: - Gas Weber BBQ with pizza stone - fire-pit - covered veranda - tables/chairs, comfy seats - vineyard & large garden in which to stroll - off road parking Air-conditioning keeps the house cool in summer. Fast speed broadband is available throughout the house. I like to be here to greet guests on arrival to make sure you have everything you need. I remain contactable by mobile throughout your stay. Please ask if you'd like recommendations regarding places to eat, cellar door tastings, walking & bike trails etc. Tourist maps & information are provided. Saturday mornings provide a window into the heart of our artisan food culture at the Barossa Farmers Market. This is a great place to connect with the locals & stock up for your stay with fresh, seasonal produce. Nearby Kaiser Stuhl Conservation Park has excellent walking trails & is home to echidnas, many bird species and kangaroos congregate around the park entrance at dawn and dusk. Menglers Hill Lookout is ideal to take in the view across the valley floor and some spectacular sunsets can be viewed from here. Tanunda and Nuriootpa have large supermarkets and all three nearby townships have excellent bakeries, butcher, cafes & pubs. Your own vehicle is best, though some local tour company's offer a door to door pickup service. The quiet, scenic roads are popular with cycling groups and with excellent cycle tracks linking the Barossa townships, this is a great way to see the valley. For cyclists up for a challenge, we are a stone's throw from the famous Mengler's Hill, known for it's gruelling stage in the Tour Down Under. Bikes are available for hire from nearby townships and The Barossa Cycle Hub is a dedicated cycle precinct offering bike hire and accessories, shower and locker facilities and regional cycle and tourist information. We are an easy day trip to the Murray River, Clare Valley and Adelaide Hills Regions, approximately seventy-five minutes drive to Adelaide CBD, and ninety minutes to the Adelaide International Airport. Well behaved dogs are welcome. If you plan to bring a pet please let me know prior to booking. Guest AccessThe house is yours exclusively for the duration of your stay. You are welcome to wander through the vineyard or down to the dam, light the outdoor fire, sample from the fruit trees when in season, and the potted herbs by the back door. Interaction with GuestsI'll to be here to greet you on arrival, to give you a quick tour and make sure you have everything you need. At times I may have work to do in the vineyard etc, and can be found around the property. I remain contactable by mobile throughout your stay. Please ask me if you'd like recommendations regarding places to eat, cellar door tastings, walking & bike trails, shopping, finding your way around, etc. I'd like your trip to be a memorable one and I'm more than happy to help you plan your itinerary. Tourist maps of the area and information on local attractions and events are provided for your use. The NeighborhoodThe rugged Barossa Ranges hold a beauty of their own. This is prime vineyard country, where the summers are hot and dry, the winter's misty and cold. A ten kilometre drive takes you to the Barossa townships of Tanunda and Angaston; ideal starting points for exploring the array of food outlets, cellar doors, restaurants, cafes, art galleries and boutique shops. Early Saturday mornings provide a window into the heart of the artisan food culture; by heading down to the old Vintners sheds at Angaston, home of the Barossa Farmers Market. This is a great place to connect with the locals, try fresh, seasonal produce and Barossa Coffee Roasters coffee. Cooking schools are available through some of our local restaurants and wine tastings at various cellar doors. Many wineries offer tours too. Nearby Kaiser Stuhl Conservation Park (a 5 minute drive from the house) has excellent walking trails, from an easy one hour stroll to more strenuous day hikes & is home to an abundance of Australian native wildlife. Echidnas are commonly spotted here, as are many bird species, and kangaroos congregate around the park entrance at dawn and dusk. Mount Crawford Forest provides excellent walking, cycling and trail-riding paths. Menglers Hill Lookout (a five minute drive); is an ideal spot to take in the view across the valley floor; take a chair or a picnic and witness our spectacular sunsets. The Barossa Bushgardens is an inspiring community initiative, showcasing our local, native plant species in an informal garden setting. The Barossa Regional Gallery in Tanunda and The Jam Factory at Seppeltsfield are great places to check out art exhibitions. Many cellar doors exhibit the art of local artists and there are workshops in a variety of creative mediums year round across the region. Then of course there are the wineries, the cafes, the restaurants - too numerous to mention - please feel free to ask me about recommendations. Tanunda and Nuriootpa have large supermarkets, Angaston has a smaller one, and all three townships have excellent bakeries, butcher shops, cafes (most with free WiFi), pubs, and shops. The Barossa Visitor Centre, in Tanunda, has knowledgeable and helpful staff. They also have free internet. Your own vehicle is best. Getting AroundDetails on local cab services are available.
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    3br b&b
      Queen's Cottage is a luxurious and lovingly restored, fully equipped 1800's Stone Cottage, exclusive for one to three couples, located in the heart of Williamstown in the Barossa Valley, South Australia. Be pampered with fine linens, generous gourmet Barossa Valley and Adelaide Hills breakfast provisions, homemade afternoon tea, a welcome local wine and cheese platter and some extra special treats while you relax and unwind in front of the cosy log fire on those cold Barossa nights or keep cool in the air conditioning after a warm day out. We are a short walk to local Cellar Doors, Bakery, CafĂŠ, Country Pubs, General Store and Antique Store. This is the perfect place to explore all the Barossa Valley has to offer and we are also only 15kms to the Adelaide Hills Region. Williamstown is located just 5 minutes drive from the town of Lyndoch and 15 minutes drive from the town of Gawler. Williamstown scenery includes forest, farming land, rolling hills and vineyards.
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        This contemporary open plan home, with accommodation for 6 people, is set in the picturesque Barossa Valley in South Australia, with views of rolling farmland, trees and hills from every room. Set on its own 40 acres, Creeve Roe provides privacy and relaxed living style within 10 minutes of some of the best vineyards and winemakers in Australia. The wineries span the valley between the quaint towns of Tanunda, Lyndoch, Nuriootpa and Angaston providing easy access to their shops, galleries, restaurants and home grown produce. Creeve Roe is also just 10 minutes from Gawler a thriving country town and a further 45 minute drive will have you in the state's capital city of Adelaide, renowned for its festivals, restaurants and twinkling city lights. South Australian weather is most frequently fine with hot dry summers and mild winters. The Barossa Valley is slightly cooler than the Adelaide plains and Creeve Roe's breezes, wide opens skies, sunsets and starry nights are wonderful. The property has historic early settlement ruins and a couple of creeks to explore, or you can recline in comfort in the lounge or under the pergola and watch for the kangaroo "family" that have made Creeve Roe their home. You are also likely to see the pair of Peregrine Falcons that nest in the nearby North Para River cliffs, or any of the many native birds that inhabit the area. There's a book to help you identify them.The house can easily accommodate 6 people in its 3 queen size bedrooms. Built in the 1990s the western red cedar house has more windows than solid walls and a modern kitchen that is the hub of the living area and makes meal preparation fun, especially with local wine, olives and cheese on the expansive kitchen bench. The dining area has a solid red gum slab table made by a local craftsman. The lounge room is comfortably furnished with a leather suite including 2 reclining armchairs and also a conversation corner with additional seating to ensure a relaxed stay. The large family bathroom has a two person bath and a separate walk in shower. There is also a second shower room and separate toilet off the fully equipped laundry. The house is air-conditioned throughout with ceiling fans as an alternative for circulating the balmy evening air in summer. For those cooler days in winter, heating is in the form of a very efficient Jotul combustion heater. With wonderful rural views and plenty of wineries, cafes and restaurants within a short drive, Creeve Roe is a great place for a romantic stay or to relax and unwind with friends Provision for additional guests may be possible at $50/person/night. Please contact the owner.
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        2br b&b
          Step back in time to the 50s and 60s when it was rock n roll and Happy Days. This old garage emulates an American Diner with all the mod cons you would expect to have to make your stay a memorable one. 2 bedrooms and bathrooms one with a bathroom to die for with a hydrotherapy spa and a TV. If you want to play pinball or play a vinyl record on the stereo-gram, this is the place to stay...You can sit in a booth and sip your espresso coffee. This newest, luxury accommodation can accommodate up to 6 adults. We operate fully escorted and private tours, restaurant and Airport transfers, Barossa Cruisin . Special rates for staying guests. Let us show you around our Beautiful Barossa Backyard!!!! Situated in the Barossa Valley between historic Angaston and Nuriootpa. Surrounded by wineries, vineyards and restaurants. Bike,jogging and walking trail is situated 500 metres from your accommodation. It winds through the township of Angaston to the gateway of the Barossa Valley near Gawler, approximately over 20 kilometres picturesque setting through vineyards and townships.
          villa
          5br villa
            Private contemporary 5 bedroom 3 bathroom Villa, set on 6 acres on Seppeltesfield Road to be shared by the one group of up to 10 guests. Wine room and libary, wonderful fully equipped kitchen, 2 dining areas, 2 living spaces and fire place. Magnificent gardens, lawns, huge Alfresco dining area with wood fired pizza oven. Outdoor Spa for 6, helichopter pad. Overlooking Shiraz vines, The Reserve Barossa Valley is walking distance to two wineries - opposite Rolf Binder at Veritas, down the road from Whistler Wines and around the corner from Maggie Beer. 200 Seppeltsfield Road, Nuriootpa is the heart of the Barossa
            b&b
            2br b&b
              Barossa Peppertree Cottage retreat is set amongst half an acre of glorious gardens with the feeling of total seclusion, while still located in the hub of Barossa Valley. Whether you fancy a 7 minute drive to the popular Farmers Market in Angaston on a Saturday morning, or a delightful stroll through Nuriootpa being a nearby 5 minutes away, your options are endless. Barossa Peppertree Cottages' prime position in the Barossa Valley and everlasting array of surrounding magical gardens, including the mighty historical Pepper Tree itself, is only a small part of what makes this luxury bed and breakfast one of the finest accommodations Barossa has to offer. Built in 1890, Peppertree has been very recently updated while preserving the cottages' traditional heritage grandeur. Located in the peaceful historic town of Stockwell, it is perfect for any occasion from wedding nights and family vacations to holidaying with friends or another couple. Your troubles will drift away while unwinding in front of the cosy log fire in winter sipping a delicious glass of local wine, or just sit back and relax outdoors under the large entertaining area mesmerized as the magical gardens take your breath away. If your tastebuds crave a yummy hearty meal the Stockwell Hotel (open most nights for dining except Sunday and Monday) is a very short 2 minute stroll away and the friendly staff will make you feel more then welcome. Barossa's beautiful self catering bed & breakfast offers quality luxurious accommodation for up to 5 people including use of plush robes, exquisite king bedroom, gorgeous queen bedroom, FREE wifi, complimentary local wine, port and chocolates, full scrumptious gourmet breakfast provisions and is also set in a gorgeous cottage surrounding for adults and children alike. With everything you could possibly need provided and even more surprising treats, rest assured that this will be an enjoyable stay you will never want to end!
              house
              1br house
                This quiet property is a great place for family getaways and friend to meet up and enjoy each others company. Special place for couples to enjoy the relaxed abance the propery has to offer. Situated in the heart of the famous Barossa Valley, Seppelts View Cabins is a unique property offering beautiful views of the most historic Seppeltsfield Winery and vineyard. The eight acre property is home to six fully refurbished cabins nestled amongst beautiful gum trees and pine forest, all located on the Barossa Valley's most famous palm-lined avenue. Take time to relax and enjoy the tranquility. Great spot to relax at the end of a big day, wine touring the barossa valley. Family gatherings are very popular as you are all together in the one place. Relax in a spar bath Cozy log fire (fire season only ) Linen hire for bunk beds are $10 School holiday, long weekend and festival events prices subject to change. Kids under 12 years stay free cond apply.
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                2br Home/Apartment
                • Wifi
                • Breakfast
                • Parking
                The SpaceOnce you turn the key to this luxury Barossa accommodation, you’ll step back in time to the 50s and 60s when life was simpler and the world was black, white, red and chrome. Every room features an eclectic mix of 50s and 60s Americana to capture the unique style of the era of Rock and Roll, but you’ll still enjoy all the luxuries and conveniences you expect from this modern age Guest AccessSole occupancy of the residence Under cover car parking Interaction with GuestsWe live on the property and would be more than happy to offer you some local knowledge and places to visit. The NeighborhoodWhile The Barossa Valley is regarded as one the world’s premier wine regions, there is plenty more on offer for you to enjoy while you relax and unwind at the Barossa Old Garage Bed and Breakfast, which is situated between the historic townships of Angaston and Nuriootpa. Getting AroundTake a drive and enjoy the gorgeous scenery of the Barossa Ranges and vineyards, sample the region’s delicious cuisine at nearby award winning restaurants and gourmet stores, get your retail fix at local boutiques and antique shops and enjoy a tasting or two at the many world renowned wineries that are right on your doorstep. Other Things to NoteWe offer wine tours and restaurant transfers for an additional cost . Let us show you around our backyard. So much to see and do. A bike trial across the road which meanders from Angaston to Gawler . Bikes can be hired and delivered to your accommodation
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                3br Home/Apartment
                • Wifi
                • Breakfast
                • Parking
                The SpaceThe Elderton Lodge offers three large bedrooms, able to accommodate up to six people comfortably (one room contains a king bed, one room a queen bed and one room contains two single beds). The Elderton Lodge offers reverse cycle air conditioning throughout, making it toasty in the winter and beautifully cool in the summer. The kitchen/dining offers a full kitchen, including oven and cooktop, microwave, dishwasher, fridge and sink. The separate lounge offers comfortable seating and a flat screen television. The wet areas comprise of a bathroom with shower, bath and toilet, a separate toilet and a fully equipped laundry. The back verandah offers outdoor seating and barbecue facilities. Off-street parking available. Interaction with GuestsOur Cellar Door is open every day, and will be your point of contact for: - tips on where to eat, things to do, wineries to visit etc - local contact information - maps of the area Our Cellar Door is about a 1 minute walk from the Guest House. The NeighborhoodEnjoy the Barossa experience! Getting AroundOnsite parking available. A bus travels around the Barossa and to Adelaide most days. More i(EMAIL HIDDEN)
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                2br Home/Apartment
                • Parking
                • Swimming Pool
                Guest Accessaccess to swimming pool, walk to shops, cafes and wineries and brewery, also access to our facilities of arranging our award winning tours to complete the package. We can also arrange onsite relaxation massages. We also have a strict No Party Policy no access to the swimming pool area after 9pm and not to be used by people who are not paying guests to Barossa Dreams and Barossa Valley Apartments. Interaction with GuestsWe also operate our own award winning tours of the Barossa, Adelaide Hills, Clare, McLaren Vale and Adelaide, so we love to help our guests organise special touring options. Also advising travellers on local restaurants, cafes and attractions. Getting Aroundwe can arrange our award winning tours along with airport transfers and pickup from Adelaide CBD for an extra charge
                Bed & Breakfast
                2br Bed & Breakfast
                • Wifi
                • Breakfast
                • Parking
                The SpaceWhat's special about our place?? The location - nestled on the very edge of Tanunda township, guests enjoy a rural feeling while still having the advantage of being centrally located & conveniently close to wineries, restaurants & shopping. Privacy Vineyard views Nature - take a stroll around the 27 hectare property & collect your own fresh eggs from the chook house each day! Guest AccessStaying at Veritas Cottage means you will have great access to: Wineries - Langmeil & Peter Lehmann Wines are within walking distance. Our winery (Rolf Binder) is just 1.6km further up the road. Tanunda shopping, cafes & restaurants - 2.3km Bike trails Seppeltsfield Road Scenic Drive - 2km Maggie Beer's Farm Shop - 2.5km Interaction with GuestsWe leave interaction up to guests! We live close by & would love to share a coffee or a glass of wine over a chat but certainly don't want to intrude on any guest's privacy. The NeighborhoodWhat's not to love about being in the Barossa?! Beautiful scenery, amazing local food & wine, amazingly friendly people. It's our little slice of paradise! Getting AroundUnfortunately it's not that easy in rural towns but there is a train from Adelaide to Gawler & then bus to Tanunda. Guests can then hire bikes from the Visitor Information Centre or use local taxis. Obviously most come by car though to make it easy to get around. Other Things to NoteIf particularly interested in wine, we love to also show guests around our winery during their stay. Drop in for a wine tasting & we'll give you 10% off any wine purchase while staying in our cottage.
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                3br Home/Apartment
                • Wifi
                • Pets Allowed
                • Parking
                Step back in time in this enchanting three bedroom turn of the century cottage, exclusively yours to enjoy. Circa 1890's stone cottage with spa, open fire, port and chocolates, all in the heart of Tanunda. Tea and coffee provisions on commencement 2 night minimum stay on selected weekends. We are also Tour Barossa so would love to help with all your touring needs as well.
                Bedroom
                Good
                19 reviews
                Bedroom
                • Wifi
                • Smoking Allowed
                • Parking
                The SpaceFor the cost and facilities available here you won't find much better value. Its not the Taj Mahal but its clean tidy and compact. Queen bed and secure undercover parking is available for a single car. Designed for a couple or single person. Room is insulated with reverse air conditioning. Guest AccessThe floor plan shows the area which is yours during your stay. We have an outdoor area for those balmy nights. As shown this room is part of a shed for which there is an access door but this is locked when the room is in use. The room is fully insulated with air conditioning. Interaction with GuestsWe are sociable but still like to give our guests privacy as required. I have lived all my life in the Barossa so have a good knowledge of the area. We don't have pets and if you smoke please do so outside. No smoking what so ever in any of the rooms. The NeighborhoodOur residence is in a quiet cul-de-sac. We have lived at the same address for over 17yrs. We have a very safe neighbourhood and we have a good relationship with our neighbour's. Getting AroundOur property is only a short stroll to the town centre. A laundromat is also in the town centre. There is a taxi service and a bus is available daily to and from Adelaide. Other Things to NoteRoom comes equipped with the following Tea,coffee,sugar,milk Toaster& kettle Fridge will contain the following: bottled water, jams, vegemite, milk If you are looking for a dinning experience the Barossa is home to a number of 5 star restaurants. Appellations, Fino at Seppeltsfield, Ferment Asian, and Hentley Farm. Bookings are essential. All are no more than a 10min drive from our home. If you are in the Barossa on a Tuesday evening Appellations have their locals night. Currently $59 for a chefs choice three course. Enquire at Appellations as the locals night is a seasonal event. Maggie Beers farm shop is a short drive from our accommodation of around five minutes.
                Home/Apartment
                Excellent
                10 reviews
                3br Home/Apartment
                • Wifi
                • Parking
                The SpaceBarossa Elegence has several non standard amenites that make it the pinnacle of accomadtion in the barossa. -70 inch 3d TV with PS3 and Home entertainment surround sound -PS3 and PS2 game library -55inch 4k smart TV with PS3 - Pool Table -Wood fire place -Custom Spa with 28 jets and air blower -Ducted air-con -Kids Swing set -Free local phone calls Guest Access-Entire property excluding several sheds - Ample off street parking available Interaction with GuestsGuests may be completely self contained but we are more then willing to offer assistance or recommendations if desired The NeighborhoodVineyards and wineries abound in close proximity Getting Around-Close to major bike path recently constructed, linking major towns and some wineries in the region. - 20 min walk to Tanunda town centre (provides a variety of shops, pubs, cafes and restaurants) - 2 min drive to Tanunda town centre - Taxis available -Tour buses available
                Bedroom
                Excellent
                143 reviews
                Bedroom
                • Wifi
                • Smoking Allowed
                • Parking
                The SpaceThe room is part of a shed in the garden of local metal sculptor, Tony Howard. It is separate to the main house, looks out onto the garden and backs onto vineyard. A family of 5 live in the house and therefore children may be playing in the backyard, near the room on occasion. Guest AccessThe room has it's own ensuite bathroom and you also have access to a basic kitchenette in the shed next door. The kitchen is not fancy but has everything you should need. There is plenty of secure, off street parking. Interaction with GuestsThe family in the main house are happy to help any way we can during your stay, or you can have as much privacy as you like. We are happy to recommend local eateries, cellar doors and attractions. The room is in a shed directly behind the main house, in the back yard of the family home, so we usually see our guests as they arrive and leave. We are happy to share our back verandah where there is outdoor seating and tables. We sometimes like to sit on our back verandah for a drink and the kids like to play outside so there may be people and chatter outside the room on occasion. The NeighborhoodWe are smack bang in the middle of the Barossa Valley on the Valley floor, a short stroll from the famous Barossa Farmers Market, that runs every Saturday morning, and walking distance to one of the Barossa's top restaurants, Vintners Bar and Grill. We are also very close to the bike track that will take you into Angaston, Nuriootpa and now all they way to Lyndoch. Hundreds of cellar doors and resturants are also close by. Getting AroundWe have plenty of off-street parking and are situated close to the bike track that is very popular with cyclists and walkers alike. Public transport in the Barossa is limited and we are situated slightly out of town so a bike or preferably a car is essential. Other Things to NoteThis room is very private but you are in the back yard of a family home and family life will be happening around you!
                Home/Apartment
                Good
                3 reviews
                3br Home/Apartment
                • Parking
                The SpaceThis family friendly property has 3 bedrooms; 2 queen size and 1 king single all with quality linen. The modern kitchen, has a stove and microwave which allows you to prepare your meals using your own provisions. The lounge has TV, DVD player with a small selection of DVDS, comfy lounge and you can enjoy a sip of port in front of the log gas heater. Guest AccessFull house - totally self contained. Exclusively yours for up to 5 guests. Interaction with GuestsAm happy to help with bookings for tours, massage, restaurants. Can organise a local cheese platter at cost. The NeighborhoodAngaston is a small village style township. Very friendly and welcoming. The farmers market is on Saturday mornings about a 5 minute drive from the house. A must do when visiting. Getting AroundParking is available at the house - off street Local tour operators can take you to local wineries. Walking distance to the main street. Shops, cheese shop and restaurants. There is a butcher, bakery, small supermarket and cheese shop. Taxis are available. Bike and walking path. Bikes can be hired from the local hardware shop a 2 minute walk from the house. Other Things to NoteThe garden is still being set up. Additional guests after 2 will be charged at $45 per person per night. Children 25 per child per night. Strict cancellation policy applies. No breakfast supplied.
                Hotel
                4.5-star Hotel
                Situated in a rural location, this luxury vacation home is within a 5-minute walk of Rolf Binder Wines and Whistler Wines. Maggie Beer's Farm Shop and Peter Lehmann are also within 2 mi (3 km).
                Bed & Breakfast
                Excellent
                30 reviews
                Bed & Breakfast
                Situated in Tanunda, this luxury bed & breakfast is within 2 mi (3 km) of Barossa Visitor Centre, Turkey Flat Vineyards, and Barossa Bowland. Peter Lehmann and Rolf Binder Wines are also within 3 mi (5 km).
                Hotel
                Excellent
                6 reviews
                3.5-star Hotel
                Situated in Tanunda, this cottage is within 2 mi (3 km) of Barossa Visitor Centre, Turkey Flat Vineyards, and Barossa Bowland. Peter Lehmann and Rolf Binder Wines are also within 3 mi (5 km).
                Hotel
                Nice
                3 reviews
                4.5-star Hotel
                Situated in Tanunda, this luxury apartment is within 2 mi (3 km) of Barossa Visitor Centre, Turkey Flat Vineyards, and Barossa Bowland. Peter Lehmann and Rolf Binder Wines are also within 3 mi (5 km).
                Hotel
                Excellent
                8 reviews
                3.5-star Hotel
                Situated in Tanunda, this cottage is within 2 mi (3 km) of Barossa Visitor Centre, Barossa Bowland, and Turkey Flat Vineyards. Peter Lehmann and Rolf Binder Wines are also within 3 mi (5 km).
                Hotel
                Excellent
                4 reviews
                3.5-star Hotel
                Situated in Tanunda, this apartment is within 2 mi (3 km) of Barossa Visitor Centre, Turkey Flat Vineyards, and Barossa Bowland. Peter Lehmann and Rolf Binder Wines are also within 3 mi (5 km).
                Hotel
                Good
                2 reviews
                4.5-star Hotel
                Situated in Tanunda, this apartment is within 2 mi (3 km) of Barossa Visitor Centre, Turkey Flat Vineyards, and Barossa Bowland. Peter Lehmann and Rolf Binder Wines are also within 3 mi (5 km).
                Hotel
                Excellent
                15 reviews
                4-star Hotel
                Situated in Angaston, this cottage is 1.2 mi (1.9 km) from Yalumba Wines and within 6 mi (10 km) of Rolf Binder Wines and Barossa Bowland. Whistler Wines and Bethany Wines are also within 6 mi (10 km).
                Bed & Breakfast
                2br Bed & Breakfast
                • Breakfast
                • Parking
                Naimanya Cottage is situated in the Barossa Ranges, ten minutes drive from Tanunda and Angaston. This 19thC attached cottage has been tastefully restored and is comfortable and homely. It is sole occupancy with own private entrance and facilities. Breathtaking views of Flaxman's Valley overlooking vineyards. The cottage has two bedrooms - one queen size brass bed and the other with two single beds. Lounge room has a TV and open fireplace. Daily breakfast provisions included.
                b&b
                1br b&b
                  Located centrally between Nuriootpa and Angaston, Almond Tree Cottage is neighbouring local vineyards with easy access to the Barossa Bike and Walking track, the renowned Farmers Market and local wineries. Perfect for a weekend away or extended visit, The Cottage provides comfort at a reasonable rate. Almond Tree Cottage features exclusive use for up to 2 people. Room 1: 1 Bedroom with Queen Size deluxe Bed, with quality linen and electric blanket. Smart TV and comfy chairs. Reverse Cycle Air Conditioner and overhead fan. Room 2: Kitchen with table and chairs for 2, fridge, electric stove, cooking utensils, wine rack, chopping board, microwave oven. Pantry items. Room 3: Bathroom with heated towel warmer and shower. Generous Breakfast provisions. Tea, Coffee, Milk, Butter, Eggs, Bread, Cerials, Jams, Spring Water, Vegemite, Salf & Pepper & Cooking Oils. 1 bottle of Complementary Wine when staying for 2 or more nights Located on the same property as your hosts with a private driveway access on the right side of 290 Angaston Road (between Railway Tce and Murray St - see map) No Smoking - No Pets allowed Small BBQ on veranda - please ask for gas bottle. Self Contained Private Bed & Breakfast Cottage is just behind your hosts' main residence. Service at your doorstep.
                  house
                  3br house
                    Stall place accommodation offers three modern quality self contained holiday homes right in the heart of the Barossa Valley. We aim to provide you with a great experience in one of the best wine & food regions in the world. Stay in comfort in one of our guest homes all with 3 bedrooms ,accommodating up to 6 people master with Queen, walk- in robe & ensuite bathrooms, while the second and third have the option to be king or 2 single beds in each. Modern conveniences, R/V air conditioning for all year comfort.Separate dining / or reading room, fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher, laundry facilities, enclosed backyard with BBQ & outdoor furniture, secure & private parking .Complimentary bottle of wine on arrival, WiFi available. Stall Place accommodation is located in Murray street ,the main street of Tanunda is minutes away from great restaurants, pubs, cafes, shops, & Para road wineries.
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                    3br Home/Apartment
                    • Wifi
                    • Parking
                    The SpaceCreeve Roe is a contemporary open plan home, with accommodation for 6 people, is set in the picturesque Barossa Valley, with views of rolling farmland, trees and hills from each of its panoramic windows. Set on its own 40 acres, Creeve Roe provides privacy and relaxed living style within 10 minutes of some of the best vineyards and winemakers in Australia. The wineries span the valley between the quaint towns of Tanunda, Lyndoch and Angaston providing easy access to their shops, galleries, restaurants and home grown produce. Creeve Roe is also just 10 minutes from Gawler a thriving country town and a further 45 minute drive will have you in the state's capital city of Adelaide, renowned for its festivals, restaurants and twinkling city lights. South Australian weather is most frequently fine with hot dry summers and mild winters. The Barossa Valley is slightly cooler than the Adelaide plains and Creeve Roe's breezes, wide opens skies, sunsets and starry nights are wonderful. The property has historic early settlement ruins and a couple of creeks to explore, or recline in comfort in the lounge or under the pergola and watch for the kangaroo family that have made Creeve Roe their home. You are also likely to see the pair of Peregrine Falcons that nest in the nearby North Para River cliffs, or any of the many native birds that inhabit the area. There's a book to help you identify them. The house can easily accommodate 6 people in its 3 queen size bedrooms. Built in the 1990s the western red cedar house has more windows than solid walls and a modern kitchen that is the hub of the living area and makes meal preparation fun, especially with local wine and olives on the expansive kitchen bench. The dining area has a solid red gum slab table made by a local craftsman. The lounge room is comfortably furnished with a leather suite including 2 reclining armchairs to ensure a relaxed stay. The large family bathroom has a two person bath and a separate walk in shower. There is also a second shower room and separate toilet off the fully equipped laundry. The house is air-conditioned throughout with ceiling fans as an alternative for circulating the balmy evening air in summer. For those cooler days in winter, heating is in the form of a very efficient Jotul combustion heater. Guest AccessThe whole house will be yours for the duration of your stay. Access to the property is by negotiation in advance. Interaction with GuestsI'll meet you on arrival and be available by phone to answer any enquiries or provide any assistance. Getting AroundYou will definitely need your own transport to get to and from Creeve Roe. Other Things to NoteContact me to find out about our special offer.
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                    2br Home/Apartment
                    • Wifi
                    • Breakfast
                    • Parking
                    The SpaceWelcome to my vineyard cottage in the heart of the beautiful Barossa Valley! With 2 Kingsize bedrooms (1 can be split into singles) and a single rollaway bed available on request, I'm ready to accommodate your Barossa adventure in comfort and convenience. Both bedrooms are airconditioned, and offer added luxury with quality linen, mink blankets and pillow menu. Both bedrooms have their own TV/DVD so you can lie in and enjoy your favorite shows. You'll find the living area spacious - with comfy sofas, cushions and a snuggly blanket. Complimentary Wi-Fi and Foxtel, large flatscreen TV, PlayStation & Blu-ray DVD, and Audio Sound Tower dock complete the experience. The bathroom has a double shower and 2 person spa, along with a generous assortment of towels, earth friendly body and spa products, and flatscreen TV (viewed from the spa, or used for background music.....) The kitchen has full facilities, with oven, cooktop, microwave, refrigerator, dishwasher and coffee machine, and you'll love the range of local produce included for breakfast/brunch. R/C aircondioning and a cosy wood fire provide heating and cooling whatever the season. Every window has a vineyard view - experience Barossa living Under the Vines! Guest AccessThe cottage is yours to enjoy exclusively, along with the 5 acres of vineyard and native bushland. Multiple outdoor furniture settings on the return verandah accommodate the views from every angle, and a portable gas heater and bbq provide extra outdoor options, weather permitting! If you visit during vintage season (late February - April) you might get a job picking grapes or doing some winemaking! Interaction with GuestsI don't live on the property, but I'm only a few minutes away, and can be contacted by phone, SMS or email during your stay if there's anything you need assistance with. The NeighborhoodEasy driving distance to world class wineries and food destinations, quirky cafes, parks, walking and bike trails. Come and explore for yourself! Other Things to NoteLocal produce for a country style breakfast Quality linen and towels provided Complimetary WiFi TV/DVD/Playstation/Foxtel Combustion heater R/C Airconditioning Laundry facilities BBQ / Outdoor furniture / Gas heater Earth friendly bathroom products Cot and highchair available on request
                    Home/Apartment
                    3br Home/Apartment
                    • Wifi
                    • Breakfast
                    • Parking
                    The SpaceDiscover the quiet times of the past as you unwind to the flicker of flame from the log fire in the casual lounge or the rich smell of leather from the Chesterfield in the formal lounge. Choose between a magnificent antique four poster bed in the Master bedroom, a Queen size bedroom or a twin room with two King size singles. You have a choice of bathrooms – one with a deluxe spa bath, the other a double shower. There is one toilet. Indulge in a gourmet breakfast prepared using the freshest Barossa produce in the fully equipped kitchen with top of the range appliances. Relax outside in the entertaining area that boasts a gas outdoor BBQ ready to be enjoyed. A precious Jewel. Interaction with GuestsYour host lives in the town but not on-site. Phone contact numbers are in the House Manual in the kitchen The NeighborhoodJewel of the Valley is at Number 1 Elizabeth Street, Tanunda. Turn off the main street at the Band Rotunda and veer left down Elizabeth Street. Number 1 is immediately on your right adjacent the Apex Bakery. Fermentasian (the Barossa's famous Viet restaurant is just over the road. The 1918 Restuarant is only 200 metres away Getting AroundOnsite parking for two cars is provided We recommend Barossa Vintage Tours for personalised food wine & heritage tours Other Things to NoteYou can TRUST US - we started doing traditional hosted BnB in 1995 and opened our first self contained cottage in 1996. They were so successful we commenced the first Barossa Bed & Breakfast Booking Service in 1997. This property is part of a small collective called cottages4u - properties where we manage all the bookings and ensure guests have the best Barossa experience Free wi-fi is provided for websurfing and email download. The access code is provided when booking confirmed
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                    Bedroom
                    • Wifi
                    • Parking
                    The SpaceWe are in the heart of the Barossa Valley. Our home is in a prime location for travelers! Set on the edge of the town of Angaston we live in a 1905 blue stone homestead built for one of the Salter family sons of Saltram wines Our 10 acre property has 1 acre of vines, we have sheep and alpacas and 2 dogs You have a lovely large room, a quiet environment, and as hosts we do our best to welcoming you and are sensitive to your privacy need Our blue stone homestead, has four bedrooms with a kitchen, lounge, combined laundry / large bathroom. It is centrally heated and we find we do not require cooling due to the stone walls, but there is a fan for summer in case we have a heat wave. We are used to sharing our home with others, as we have been providing accommodation for the last 2 years with vintage casuals working short term in wineries for vintage. You will find us to be relaxed, friendly and happy to have you stay with us. We love our house and hope you will too. We look forward to answering any questions you may have in relation to the Barossa Valley. Hope you will enjoy staying with us. Guest AccessYOUR PRIVATE ROOM (4 x 4.5 meter) comes with: Comfortable queen bed, fresh and clean linen and towels (option for extra single mattress for a 3rd person) central heating , flat screen TV, desk, full length mirror, free wifi, cupboard and ample space for suitcases Shared large bathroom/ shower and toilet Shared kitchen facilities and cookware, dishwasher, washing machine, living room, bathroom, Milk and tea available. Please treat the space like it's your own, we want you to have a great time. We will give you a key so you have the freedom to come and go as you please. Interaction with GuestsWe will be sharing the living room, kitchen and bathroom. However we are social and busy people and tend to spend quite a lot of time out, so you will often have the house to yourself, but we may also have friends around from time to time. Enjoy a drink overlooking the garden, gum trees and neighbouring vines. We have plenty of off-street parking and are situated close to the walking/bike track that is very popular with cyclists and walkers alike. Surrounding the house is 10 acres to enjoy walking and exploring. There is also a shared large bathroom with a bath, shower and hand basin and toilet Being local we have a wealth of local knowledge we are happy to share and help guests get the most out of their stay. We can give you local tips on going out, dining, and are up to date with what’s going on in town. We don’t mind sharing what we know, but we can also be as hands off as you want. Jonathan runs a tour business Barossa Taste Sensations and therefore has a wealth of knowledge to help you plan your day. Pets: We have 2 dogs. Our Kelpie- Sally, sleeps most of the day unless being bothered by our young English Springer Spaniel Baxter If you don't want to interact with my dogs they can stay outside they are quite used to outdoor living, Baxter is still rather bouncy being a puppy. Normally we would meet our guests and provide the keys but we also have a secure key lock in place with a code in case we are unavailable. Prior to arrival, we are reachable by email and phone. The NeighborhoodAngaston is a quiet heritage town. A town walk is a must. We are middle of the Barossa Valley close to the famous Barossa Farmers Market that is open every Saturday morning Though we are set in a beautiful location with views up the valley overlooking vineyards and paddocks with ancient gums. We are only 5 minutes’ walk to a variety of the Barossa's top restaurants, pubs and cafes. As well as the butcher bakery, supermarket and pharmacy. We are also right next to the walking/bike track that will take you into Angaston, Nuriootpa and now all the way to Gawler. There are a couple of cellar doors and restaurants in Angaston within walking distance as well as many cellar door options throughout the valley. Angaston is 8km from Tanunda and 7 km from Nuriootpa As there is no public transport so a car is a must. Other options are booking a personalised vineyard tour, or utilising the local taxi service. Getting AroundLocated one hour from Adelaide, the Barossa Valley is a truly fantastic location to explore the best of the regions wines. Angaston is just 8km from Tanunda and 7 km from Nuriootpa 5 minute walk into Angaston Bike/walking track, bike hire available at the hardware store 5 minute walk The town of Angaston offers you access to an amazing variety of cafes, bars, restaurants, cheese shop award winning Schultz butcher, bakery, supermarket, pharmacy and any time fitness gym, as well as 2 ATMs
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                    5br Home/Apartment
                    • Wifi
                    • Parking
                    The SpaceWhen you arrive, you will love, love, love the home... it is so relaxing and casual you will not want to leave Guest AccessWe do have a refundable bond prior to access. As you can appreciate you have the entire home to yourself, hence the bond. Interaction with GuestsPlease give me a call if you require anything. We can orgainize an interactive pizza evening, a degustation dinner or stock the pantry if requested. The NeighborhoodEverything is very close, winery 50m across the road and 150m, amazing dining experiences 3 minutes by car. You are surrounded in the best Shiraz vineyards in the world. Tanunda and Nuriootpa are both 4minutes by car! Getting AroundThere are local taxi's, we can book transfers to and from the airport as well as guided winery tours.... easy! Other Things to NoteThe gardens do require attending to, depending on the season it can vary each week.
                    Bed & Breakfast
                    Excellent
                    13 reviews
                    3br Bed & Breakfast
                    • Wifi
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                    The SpaceSelf-contained double story cottage with use of 2 bedrooms. The rustic upstairs is open plan with air-conditioning containing a queen four poster bed, shared modern kitchenette, lounge and dining area. (Please note this room is open plan not a separate bedroom). Downstairs features stone walls and slate floors and features the 2nd air-conditioned bedroom containing a Queen bed (2nd couple use). Shared downstairs bathroom with separate shower, claw foot bath and separate toilet. We include luxuries to make your stay comfortable including fresh fruit, fruit juice, bottled spring water, plunger coffee and quality teas, with complimentary port and chocolates. (Rate also includes a $20 cooked breakfast voucher per person daily at Soul with Zest in Angaston). Guest AccessPrivate entrance from the main house with off street parking. Guests have access to backyard including shared courtyard and BBQ area. Interaction with GuestsOur information folder includes helpful ideas including local restaurants and eateries, wineries, local attractions and things to do and see in the Barossa Valley. We are happy to help with taxi and winery tour bookings for you. The NeighborhoodSituated in the historic town of Penrice, you can enjoy the picturesque walk or short drive to Angastons' cafe's, restaurants, pubs and shopping district. Getting AroundWe include a Barossa Valley Touring map as part of your stay. We can assist with taxi bookings if required. Other Things to NoteFor those looking to indulge in the best that the Barossa has to offer, you are only a short drive away from Barossa Farmer's Market (open Sat from 7.30 - 11.30am, showcasing local produce and real food from the homes and farms of the Barossa Valley) and some of the most popular wineries, restaurants and destinations in the region.
                    Home/Apartment
                    Excellent
                    44 reviews
                    3br Home/Apartment
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                    The SpaceI'm passionate about travel, real estate and furniture restoration and interior design, as well as family. My brother Bernard, a Chef, is equally passionate about Cooking, Cooking and Cooking. As he'd spent many years away from his home at Greenock we decided to team up and offer to others, accommodation in this beautifully renovated 1880's bluestone Heritage Bank on the main street of tranquil Greenock. Guest AccessBooks! an amazing historic Library/ Parlour. Eclectic style of Antiques and contemporary, air conditioned luxury when you choose to take a break from fine dining, wine tasting and tours through the historic Barossa Valley. Experience the charm of an authentic, historic building with all the convenience of modern amenities. The extension gives an upmarket kitchen entertainment area with access through stack back doors to year round undercover alfresco lifestyle. Quality Bed linen, upmarket kitchen wares, great selection of DVD's and CD's Please use any of the kitchenware and pantry provisions as if it were your own home. The linen cupboard /store while unlocked is not for general usage as all necessities are provided in bedrooms and bathrooms. Interaction with GuestsKey will be left on a lock box for the guest to collect on arrival. I will speak to you by phone once you have arrived. If arriving after dark you may need a torch app on your phone to see the key code to access House keys. The NeighborhoodGreenock is characterised by streets lined with shady peppercorn trees. Established in a small town on the north-west edge of the renowned Barossa Valley Wine region. There's a farmers market " Artisans at Greenock" every 2nd Friday of the month from October to March 5.30- 8.30pm make time to wander in, meet the locals and stock up with food and wines , homemade crafts, cheese and honey along with live music. The Greenock Creek Tavern is only steps away, great food and friendly folks,the hub of the town. Position perfect to slip into Sepplesfield or take off to Tanunda, Barossa Bank Great Escape is an oasis, a place to call home. Local award winning restaurants Fino and Hently Farm are not to be missed but do book early before you leave home . "So close but so far" if it's fully booked . They're only a few km away. Getting AroundAdelaide 1 h (72.3 km) via National Highway A1, National Hwy M20 and National Highway A20 Barossa Bank Great Escape has a local general store and Post office and is a 5 minute drive to Nuriootpa for shops and supplies and surrounded by wineries and small providores such as Maggie Beer Car hire is available from the Adelaide Airport and you'll need a car to explore the wealth of options available from winery and farm tours to restaurants. The speed limit is 100km per hour unless otherwise indicated Some expressway zones are 110kph Speed in built up areas reduces to 50kph and speed cameras will catch you with costly fines if you exceed limits. Chauffeured tours are available for visitors wanting to enjoy the wine experience with out drink driving. Drink responsibly. Other Things to NoteBarossa Bank Great Escape overlooks is the charming Greenock recreation park with oval, rotunda, grandstand and playground facilities. Feel free to take your morning and evening stroll around the oval, watch the cricket and football teams train after work. Participate with the locals for special events. Just 2kms away, FINO restaurant at Seppelt's Winery has just open their door for amazing Lunch or Dinners. On the way try a tasting at the much awarded Greenock Creek Winery. SPECIAL RATES apply for South Australian Public Holidays Christmas, Easter,Anzac Day, Adelaide Cup, Queens Birthday, Labor Day and School Holidays, Vintage Festival period in APRIL and for Regional Special Events. MINIMUM BOOKINGS 3 nights MINIMUM ROOMS - Two rooms (4 guests) ADDITIONAL GUESTS after initial 2 at $75 per person CLEANING CHARGE $150 for all bookings
                    Home/Apartment
                    Excellent
                    14 reviews
                    3br Home/Apartment
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                    The SpaceQuiet stylish house in the centre of beautiful 'Heart of the Barossa' township - Tanunda, Close to the best bakery in the Barossa. Large flat screen television and wifi internet for your enjoyment. Two bathrooms, huge open plan living and relaxation area. Super quiet and private with reverse cycle air conditioning. Guest AccessGuests will have free run of the house. Interaction with GuestsWe are here to make your stay as pleasant, private & enjoyable as possible. The NeighborhoodVery quiet neighbourhood, very easy access to dozens of wineries within a 10 minute radius. Winery tours arranged by request. Private tastings also by appointment in one of the earliest stone cellar doors in the Barossa. Under an hour to delightful Adelaide! You will love the property. Getting AroundParking is included, there is also public transport available daily from Adelaide. We will arrange transfer for you if you need from the airport, please enquire cost. Hire car is a good option as its so easy to get around. We arrange private wine tours. Other Things to NoteIndulge in the beautiful Barossa!