The Barossa Valley resembles its own classic wines: its a place of character, complexity, charm. It's also the place to spend an enchanted weekend, or better still, several days and nights.
Barossa Valley Hotels.
Barossa Valley Hotels offer a huge variety of accommodation to experience the Barossa Valley and it's world famous wines.
Australia's most famous wine region was settled in 1839 by Lutheran peasants and English gentry. Vines were planted from the 1840s. There are now about 60 wineries, large and small and you can learn all about winemaking at the Barossa Wine Centre in Tanunda before tasting and buying.
The English chose the high lands around Angaston and Eden the Lutherans settled on the valley floor where they built imposing stone churches. The Barossa folk preserved their language and culture through religion, music, architecture, crafts. And food. German style yeast cakes, smoked meats, smallgoods and preserved fruits have developed into a distinct cuisine and thriving specialty food industry.
Pack your picnic basket with treats from local gourmet food outlets, butchers and bakeries.
You can discover traces of gold fever during a visit to the Barossa Goldfields and the Lyndoch Lavender Farm provides a peaceful retreat.
Make sure you drive the Barossa Valley's most memorable road: the long approach to Seppeltsfield Winery lined with mature date and fan palms.
Getaway Cottages are perfectly situated 40 minutes drive North of Adelaide, with ease of access to the local experiences including the town of Gawler, distinct with character eminently worthy of its status as 'the first country town established in South Australia'.
Langmeil Cottages are located in Tanunda on Langmeil Road which is part of the official tourist drive with a special bike track leading to Nuriootpa town (6km) passing six wineries and numerous tourist attractions.
Located in the beautiful Barossa, Lyndoch Hill is set on a 15-acre property, with 34 rooms of accommodation, featuring a large swimming pool, ideal for a retreat for 2 or to share with friends and family.
A Historic stone settlement on the banks of the picturesque Jacobs Creek, perfect for romantic getaways, small groups, private functions & exclusive small weddings. Moorooro Park is the inspiration of our personal travels through the romantic countryside villages of France, Italy & Spain.
Stonewell Cottages are distinctive and unique in the special way it has combined Barossa history and heritage - "The Heart of the Barossa" with the on going workings of the vineyards that produce the wine, "The Soul of the Barossa" and in a small way its food, "The Taste of the Barossa".