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Cheap Barossa Valley Hotels

Vine Inn Barossa
Vine Inn Barossa
4.0 out of 5.0 14-22 Murray Street, 49 Murray Street, Nuriootpa, SA
Free Cancellation
5.0/5 (1 reviews)
A stay at Vine Inn Barossa places you in the heart of Nuriootpa, within a 5-minute drive of Barossa Farmers Market and Rolf Binder Wines.
Barossa House
Barossa House
4.0 out of 5.0 2992 Barossa Valley Way, Tanunda, SA
5.0/5 (8 reviews)

Sophia and Leo were the ultimate hosts , making us so welcome . Rooms was very comfortable and felt like home . Definitely will be visiting again 😍

Reviewed on 26 Feb. 2020
Located in Tanunda, Barossa House is within a 10-minute drive of Maggie Beer's Farm Shop and Peter Lehmann.
Discovery Parks – Barossa Valley
Discovery Parks – Barossa Valley
4.0 out of 5.0 Barossa Valley Way, Tanunda, SA
Free Cancellation
4.6/5 (19 reviews)

Very clean. Friendly staff. Easy check in and check out.

Reviewed on 10 Nov. 2019
Located in Tanunda, Discovery Parks – Barossa Valley is in the historical district, a 2-minute drive from Turkey Flat Vineyards and 5 minutes from Barossa ...
Novotel Barossa Valley Resort
Novotel Barossa Valley Resort
4.0 out of 5.0 Golf Links Road, Rowland Flat, SA
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4.5/5 (21 reviews)

Great location and view staff were friendly and helpful thanks for a great time. Regards Mal and Nicole

Reviewed on 12 Jan. 2020
When you stay at Novotel Barossa Valley Resort in Rowland Flat, you'll be next to a golf course and 5 minutes by foot from Tanunda Pines Golf Club.
Angaston Vineyards Motel
Angaston Vineyards Motel
3.0 out of 5.0 751 Stockwell Rd, Angaston, SA
Free Cancellation
4.1/5 (12 reviews)

Playground for kids was unique unfortunately the pool was out of action but would be great for kids.

Reviewed on 19 Mar. 2020
With a stay at Angaston Vineyards Motel in Angaston, you'll be steps from Barossa Farmers Market and a 4-minute drive from Yalumba Wines.
Valley Hotel
Valley Hotel
2.5 out of 5.0 73 Murray St, Tanunda, SA
Free Cancellation
4.0/5 (1 reviews)
With a stay at Valley Hotel in Tanunda, you'll be steps from Barossa Visitor Centre and a 3-minute drive from Barossa Bowland.
Barossa Weintal Hotel Complex
Barossa Weintal Hotel Complex
3.5 out of 5.0 Murray Street, Barossa Valley, Tanunda, SA
Free Cancellation
4.0/5 (22 reviews)

Enjoyable, only thing was on my arrival, there was rubbish in the bins and toilet paper in the toilet, hair in the shower. Not cleaned properly. Curtains need to have a lot more coverage as it was very bright early, had a night off from young kids and was looking forward to the sleep in but as soon ...

Reviewed on 14 Dec. 2019
Located in Tanunda, Barossa Weintal Hotel Complex is within a 5-minute drive of Barossa Bowland and Barossa Visitor Centre.
Jacobs Creek Retreat Bed & Breakfast
Jacobs Creek Retreat Bed & Breakfast
4.5 out of 5.0 Nitschke Road, Off Krondorf Road, Krondorf, SA
3.8/5 (4 reviews)

An amazing place in a great location. Jacobs Creek Retreat ticked every box and more, Charlie and the staff were welcoming and friendly.

Reviewed on 28 Oct. 2017
Located in Krondorf, Jacobs Creek Retreat Bed & Breakfast is in a rural location, a 4-minute drive from Charles Melton and 7 minutes from Tanunda Pines Golf ...
Lyndoch Hill
Lyndoch Hill
4.0 out of 5.0 Corner Barossa Valley Way and, Hermann Thumm Drive, Lyndoch, SA
2.8/5 (24 reviews)

Lovely staff Room not flash but clean & functional Restaurant mixed- great saucier but the meat cut I felt was either the wrong cut advertised or the meat was full of hard fatty cysts that had become surrounded by scar tissue. Worth giving a second chance though

Reviewed on 31 Aug. 2018
Located in Lyndoch, Lyndoch Hill is in a rural location, within a 5-minute drive of Barossa Chateau and Chateau Yaldara.

Hotels In Barossa Valley

Are you thinking about booking a cheeky mini-break to escape the everyday routine? What about the Barossa? Known as ‘the wine capital of Australia', it offers plenty of romance for couples, sophisticated fun for friends, and a stunning backdrop for solo adventurers who just want some peace and quiet in a beautiful place.

History There’s heaps of history in the Barossa, with each of its little towns just begging to be explored. Follow the heritage trails to learn more about the region’s past and check out architecture from the gold rush days and the times of the original German settlers.

Things to do Enjoying the stunning scenery and tasting delicious wines are major highlights of any visit to the Barossa. There are over 80 wineries to choose from, and you can enjoy scenic walks and drives throughout the lush valleys and rolling hills. One of the best lookout points is at Mengler Hill where you can stroll through the Sculpture Park and take in spectacular panoramic views across the whole valley. Foodies should plan a visit to the Maggie Beer Farm Shop to taste some of the local celebrity chef’s gourmet meals. There are also several pretty stone churches and the Whispering Wall is fascinating – stand at one end of the dam and whisper a message, and anyone at the other end of the dam can hear you loud and clear 144 metres away! Want more wine? Eden Valley is located right next to the Barossa Valley and has some superb cellar doors.

Shopping and dining The food in Barossa has a distinct German influence, with sausages, cheeses and other German treats high up on the menu options. You certainly won’t go hungry here; there plenty of restaurants and cafes in the area and many of the wineries also serve delicious cuisine. The Barossa is not known as a shopping destination, but you’ll find small shops offering locally-designed fashion, home wares, and art and there are small convenience stores around so you can pick up your essentials.

Getting here and around Barossa is about two hours from Adelaide by car. You can book a cheap flight to Adelaide, then continue on by bus or hire car. Public transport is limited in some parts of the Barossa so renting a car or bicycle is the best way to get around. If you’re looking to extend your trip, it’s easy to continue your adventures into the Outback.

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