The Best Accommodation in Barossa Valley

After spending a spectacular day in the Barossa Valley, many travellers will be after a just as fabulous night within the region.

Luckily, the valley has plenty to choose from, from five-star resorts to budget-friendly accommodation. We’ve narrowed it down for you and listed our top accommodation spots worth the booking!

  • Stonewell Cottages & Vineyards

    For a boutique and luxurious stay in Barossa Valley, why not try the Stonewell Cottages & Vineyards. Nestled on the waterfront, this accommodation offers private and secluded cottages away from the hustle and bustle of the wineries and restaurants. Nestled on the 103-acre property, the views are truly mesmerising as you enjoy a glass of wine out front of your private cottage. Talk a morning stroll through this region and finish up your stay here perfectly.

  • Jacobs Creek Retreat

    Jacobs Creek Retreat, South Australia

    Jacobs Creek is one of the most popular brands located in the Barossa Valley, so staying at this winery is a great choice for those after a long wine experience. Nestled along the banks of Jacobs Creek, it offers a boutique bed and breakfast experience without having to take a taxi or car from the winery, only a slight walk down the road. The picturesque gardens are spread out, so you can enjoy the natural beauty of the area before or after an afternoon of dining and wine-ing. The accommodation also lets you pamper yourself with goodies. Offering in-room massages and spa treatment services.

  • Barossa Valley Backpackers

    If you don’t want to spend an arm and a leg on your accommodation in the Barossa Valley, the Barossa Valley Backpackers may be for you! It’s nestled right in the heart of the Chateau Tanunda estate, so you won’t miss out on exceptional views despite not forking out a lot of cash. There are both dorm rooms and private rooms, so if you aren’t a fan of sharing bunk beds, you can pay a little bit extra for a fully secluded room. Park yourself out on their patio to watch the sunset over the historic estate while drinking a glass of local wine and bond with the others staying in the budget-friendly accommodation.

  • Barossa House

    Being one of the Barossa Valley’s first B&Bs, this one is great for those who love a long history. These days it is a gorgeous guest house with four stunning rooms to cater to all your accommodation needs. Due to its smaller size, it is perfect for those wanting to connect with both the accommodation’s staff as well as the others staying here. Nearby to the vineyards, restaurants, museums and antique stores, it’s the perfect place to settle for a truly quiet and relaxing stay in the valley.

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