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Barossa Weintal Hotel Complex - Tanunda Hotels

Barossa Weintal Hotel Complex

Murray Street, Tanunda - Map
 
 
Very well maintained. Development happening slightly inconvenient but pleasant and comfortable stay.
Traveller from adelaide
Discovery Parks – Barossa Valley - Tanunda Hotels

Discovery Parks – Barossa Valley

Barossa Valley Way, Tanunda - Map
 
 
"Lovely Caravan Park"
Cannot fault this place! Better than we expected! Will return in the future
A Traveller
Lyndoch Hill - Lyndoch Hotels

Lyndoch Hill

Corner Barossa Valley Way and, Lyndoch - Map
 
 
"Nice hotel close to winery's "
Owners and staff were amazing and so friendly. Really looked after us .
A Traveller
Jacobs Creek Retreat Bed & Breakfast - Tanunda Hotels

Jacobs Creek Retreat Bed & Breakfast

Nitschke Road, Tanunda - Map
 
 
An amazing place in a great location. Jacobs Creek Retreat ticked every box and more, Charlie and the staff were welcoming and friendly.
A Traveller
Set on a five-acre historic vineyard, this stone homestead is less than 4 km from the Barossa Valley, 65 km from Adelaide.The …More
Barossa Tourist Park - Nuriootpa Hotels

Barossa Tourist Park

Penrice Road, Nuriootpa - Map
 
 
"Comfortable Cabin"
I arrived at the park in the middle of a storm. The staff were very helpful and drove me from the reception area to my cabin. The cabin was comfortable and spotlessly clean.
A Traveller
Belle Escapes Barossa - Lyndoch Hotels

Belle Escapes Barossa

Various Addresses, Lyndoch - Map
 
 
"Cottage in Barossa "
This is a great cottage. Two queen beds but we slept down staies as much more airy.Kitchen and living area very functionsl and spa bath for two a delight! Only mild criticism is some light globes not working and so quite dark! And matches for candles old and ?damp. stairwell is very tight spiral and not good for elderly or for those not sure of footing! Is a great little community with a convenience store and excellent cafe. We used this as a base for bike riding. Would love to stay longer next time! Highly recommend!!
Traveller from Adelaide
Barossa Motor Lodge - Tanunda Hotels

Barossa Motor Lodge

182 Murray Street, Tanunda - Map
 
 
"Comfortable"
Comfortable for somewhere to sleep.... when asked about breakfast was told had to come to dining room afterwards found out could have had it delivered.... was not given the wifi password and by time we realised reception was closed and the notices about taking 4 minute showers were very off putting!
A Traveller
Tanunda is the main town within the Barossa Valley. The Barossa offers everything you'd expect from Australia's most famous …More
Angaston Vineyards Motel - Angaston Hotels

Angaston Vineyards Motel

751 Stockwell Rd, Angaston - Map
 
 
"2 night stay for running event. "
Basic accommodation for good value. Staff were welcoming and sorted out an extra early breakfast for me so I could eat before my marathon. Clean and tidy rooms. Cafe was lovely for breakfast on the second morning.
Traveller from Adelaide
Barossa Best - Tanunda Hotels

Barossa Best

41 Murray Street, Tanunda - Map
 
 
"Fantastic cottage style accomodation"
We walked in and absolutely loved this little cottage style accomodation in the Main Street on tanunda. My friend and I were on a long weekend holiday and spent two nights here but could have easily stayed a week. The two bedrooms were big and the beds very comfortable. The living room and kitchen had everything we needed and the bathroom was huge. The weather was hot so we had the aircon on inside and sat out in the back court yard at night. I will definitely be back to this place. And we walked everywhere - pretty much in the middle of the Main Street but so peaceful and quiet.
Traveller from Melbourne
The Lodge Country House - Seppeltsfield Hotels

The Lodge Country House

743 Seppeltsfield Road, Seppeltsfield - Map
 
 
5.0 out of 5 (21 reviews)

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    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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