We recently celebrated our 20th wedding anniversary at Sharyn and Peter's gorgeous accommodation. Such a beautiful luxurious cottage. On arrival we were greeted by both Sharyn and Peter - Sharyn even contacted us the day prior offering an earlier, flexible arrival time which was much appreciated. The cottage has such a pleasant ambience. Attention to detail is superb. I loved the overall supreme cleanliness and sumptuous bedding and linen and my husband enjoyed the Bose sound systems. Breakfast and all provisions were delightful and we thoroughly enjoyed the coffee - actually, as of yesterday we are now the owners of a Nespresso Latissima machine! We felt our every need was perfectly catered, from being warmly welcomed, pampered completely and privacy respected. It is the ideal place for a special celebration. Thank you again for sharing your lovingly restored cottage and making our anniversary so memorable.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A luxury Barossa Valley vineyard retreat located close to three of the Barossa's most famous restaurants, Hentley Farm (walking distance), Fino at Seppeltsfield and Appellation. A Barossa Trust Mark recipient and winner of multiple National & South Australian tourism awards, enjoy a quintessential Barossa experience from the moment you enter our self-contained cottage exclusively for one couple. Offering generous local breakfast provisions & complimentary Barossa gourmet items, and with owners & wine producers Peter and Sharyn nearby on the property to offer touring assistance (or total privacy), the cottage is ideal for discerning visitors who love quality and style. The 1860s cottage seamlessly combines heritage features with modern luxuries such as Bose sound systems, king bed with fine linens, carpeted floors, huge modern bathroom, underfloor heating and free Wi-Fi. Enjoy complimentary transfers on one night of your stay to a Barossa restaurant of your choice. The cottage is close to Maggie Beer's Farmshop, Jam Factory at the iconic Seppeltsfield Winery and multiple other cellar doors along historic Seppeltsfield Road. Check our website for Barossa inspired cooking classes and many other experiences unique to the Barossa. ... more less