August 10, 2020 / By The Weekender Travel
The Barossa Valley is one of the most-loved travel destinations in Australia. Offering incredible food and wine experiences, and stunning scenery, it's impossible not to also be impressed by the hospitality, passion and spirit of the people you meet in the Barossa. Here we feature six incredible places to stay, all run by locals!
Unsurpassed luxury - Cambourne Seppeltsfield
Sleeps 6 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 3
Admire stunning views of premium Shiraz vineyards from this luxurious and fully renovated historical home. Easily accommodating three couples in the hotel-quality bedroom suites, each with ensuite, this property offers everything you need and more for the ultimate getaway.
There's a fully equipped kitchen, a contemporary living room with combustion fireplace. large windows and vineyard views, and both indoor and outdoor dining areas. Just a stones thrown from the acclaimed Hentley Farm, Cambourne is the ultimate place to stay in the Barossa.
Award winning - Seppeltsfield Vineyard Cottage Seppeltsfield
The name Seppeltsfield is synonymous with quality and style, and that's certainly what's on offer at this gorgeous property nestled in the heart of the Barossa. Oozing luxury, country charm and hospitality the Seppeltsfield Vineyard Cottage is very private. It offers a king bed with white linens, ensuite bathroom with double shower and a deep rainwater bath.
The cosy lounge room has an open fire in winter, with Bose sound system and LED TV, and the large verandah offers vineyard views and sun lounges to relax on. With vast Barossa skies, rolling hills and open space, this is the perfect place to unwind and recharge.
Pure luxury - The Reserve Nuriootpa
Sleeps 10 Bedrooms 5 Bathrooms 3
Located among Australia’s best vineyards, The Reserve is a stunning luxury property that can accommodate up to 10 guests in five gorgeous bedrooms. Enjoy the open plan contemporary kitchen that's perfect for foodies, several living and dining areas (one with a fireplace), plus the library and wine room.
Adjacent to the main house is a studio with two bedrooms, a bathroom and a living area which allows additional privacy for guests. With ample space both inside and out (including a pizza oven), the home is an amazing place to escape and indulge in all the Barossa has to offer.
Lovely - Cupid's Cottage Tanunda
Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1
Fall in love with the Barossa at this stunning lake side retreat. Tucked away behind native trees and accessed via a private driveway, Cupid’s Cottage offers absolute privacy and is the perfect getaway for honeymoons and special occasions.
The cottage includes a fully equipped kitchen, beautiful king bedroom with a sunken two person spa bath and cosy wood fire in the living room to enjoy on those cool evenings. Admire the stunning lake and vineyard views from the outdoor courtyard or walk down to the water's edge from your verandah and enjoy your own private row boat.
Stunning group getaway - The Coffee Palace Lyndoch
Sleeps 14 Bedrooms 7 Bathrooms 3
Nestled in the heart of Lyndoch village, The Coffee Palace is an historic property, built in 1855 and formerly the New Lord Lyndoch Hotel. Accommodating up to 14 guests in seven bedrooms, five living rooms and three and a half bathrooms spread over three floors.
There’s a cellar/bedroom, a large pool table and games room, a well-equipped country kitchen and over 1400m2 of gardens to admire and enjoy. With plenty of space and character, and elegant French decor features throughout, The Coffee Palace is the perfect place for a great weekend away with family and friends.
Be spoilt - Queen's Cottage Williamstown
Sleeps 6 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 1
Fancy a stay in a restored 1800’s stone cottage located in the heart of Williamstown, Barossa Valley? Then Queen's Cottage is for you! Lovingly restored and fully equipped, it offers three bedrooms with luxe linen, 1.5 bathrooms, a living room with log fire and so many treats you will wonder how you could be so lucky.
Enjoy a gourmet breakfast featuring Barossa Valley and Adelaide Hills provisions, homemade afternoon tea, plus a welcome local wine and cheese platter. Located just a short walk to local cellar doors, a bakery, country pubs and the General Store, this is the perfect place to stay whether you plan to explore the Barossa or just relax and unwind.