Having just spent 3 weeks travelling around Australia, we can without a doubt say that this was the most memorable and relaxing place we stayed during our trip, and quite possibly one of the best places we have ever stayed in!
The hosts were more than accommodating, extremely personable and for us made our experience all the more special. They provided the perfect balance of service and space.
Everything we could have possibly needed during our stay was catered for - it really felt like a home away from home. The cottage was immaculate, the bed was extremely comfortable, and the fridge well stocked with tasty treats!
Overall we thoroughly enjoyed our time in the cottage and would recommend to anyone fortunate enough to be able to go.
- 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