Where to stay in the Barossa Valley

Written by: Cameron Ward

Published: 09/20/2019

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You’ve spent a fantastic day tasting wines across the Barossa Valley, but where are you going to stay afterwards? We’ve got you sorted.

The Barossa Valley is home to beautiful vineyards and cellar doors, but did you know its home to beautiful accommodation too?

  • Stonewell Cottages & Vineyards

    Stonewell Cottages & Vineyards is a boutique waterfront retreat. Their secluded, private cottages are the perfect place to relax with that special someone. Enjoy stunning views, delicious wines, and the pure romance of being alone in a private vineyard. Unwind and reconnect on the 103-acre property. Located in the west of the Barossa, they boast a unique location with easy access to some of the best wineries in the valley. Looking to make this trip even more special? Ask them how they can help you celebrate a special occasion or dress your cottage up ready for your arrival.

  • Jacobs Creek Retreat

    Nestled along the banks of Jacobs Creek, this stunning retreat offers a boutique bed and breakfast experience. Picturesque gardens begging you to come and explore cover the property. Pair your walk with a glass of wine from the cellar door or sit among the garden’s many alcoves to enjoy a cheese tasting. If you don’t want to lift a finger after spending an enjoyable day travelling the valley, then that’s no problem! In-room massage and spa treatment services are available to make sure you have the most relaxing stay possible. Each of the rooms has a classic antique country charm, and you will find one that suits your needs.

  • Barossa House

    Barossa House was a wedding gift from the Plush family to their son in the 1920s. When it sold many years later, it was transformed into one of the Barossa Valley’s first B&Bs. Today, Barossa House is a gorgeous guest house with four stunning rooms to cater to all your accommodation needs. Only a stone’s throw away from vineyards, restaurants, museums and antique stores, and surrounded by rolling hills and ever-changing scenery, you’ll feel at home in the recently refurbished rooms. Its central location lands you in the heart of the Barossa’s cellar doors and divine vineyards. Staying at Barossa House is like staying with family and they’ll do everything they can to help you have the best Barossa trip possible.

  • Barossa Valley Backpackers

    For those on a budget, or looking for something more casual, you can’t beat the Barossa Valley Backpackers. Located in the heart of the Chateau Tanunda estate, you’ll be greeted with high-end views on a low-end budget. With a range of both dorms and private rooms, the Barossa Valley Backpackers can cater for everyone. Sit out on their patio to watch the sunset over the historic estate while drinking a glass of local wine you bought earlier in the day. The Barossa Valley Backpackers makes the valley accessible to everyone by providing budget accommodation to visitors.

No matter your accommodation needs and style the Barossa Valley has a bed that’s right for you. Careful though, it’s easy to get to the Barossa Valley but very hard to leave!

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Cameron Ward
Cameron Ward
Managing Director at Sightseeing Tours Australia

Cameron Ward turned his travel passion into a thriving Australian tourism business. Before he co-founded his own business, Sightseeing Tours Australia, he was enjoying being a Melbourne tour guide. Even now, Cameron delights in helping visitors from all around the world get the most out of their incredible Australian trip. You’ll see Cameron leading tours or writing about his favourite Australian places where he shares his local insights.