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Are you looking for a private and quiet stay? There are many charming cottages in the Barossa Valley, such as The Dove Cote. It’s well located near the town and vineyard and has a quiet garden with undisturbed tranquillity.
Do you like to travel with your pet? Find accommodation where your pet will be welcome. Consider a stay with pet-friendly accommodation, such as Discovery Parks - Barossa Valley. Dogs here are most welcome to enjoy the stay with you.
If you enjoy golf, find accommodation close to one of the golf clubs such as Barossa Valley Golf Club. Consider a stay at The Reserve Barossa Valley; it’s close to the golf club, the town and the vineyards.
For a family-friendly holiday in Barossa Valley, consider a stay at Novotel Barossa Valley Resort. The hotel offers family-friendly amenities such as family rooms, kids’ meals, a playground and child care services. It also has entertainment for the whole family such as outdoor tennis and fitness centre, a spa, an outdoor pool and a sauna. There are also outdoor areas, including gardens, a balcony, as well as an on-site restaurant and room service.
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For the best of Barossa Valley’s vineyards, look for a holiday accommodation close to the historical district. Consider a stay at Archery Road Estate. It’s situated amongst vineyards and close to some of the most renowned, such as Turkey Flat Vineyards, as well as some other sites such as Tanunda Pines Golf Club. The accommodation offers outdoor dining, a patio, a garden and a balcony. Inside, you’ll find a flatscreen tv, a bathtub, a fireplace and a garden view.
If you’re looking for a fun getaway with friends, consider a stay at Barossa Bed and Breakfast. Located on the main road of Murray Street, this accommodation enables easy access to the town and the vineyards. Indoors, there are spacious bedrooms, hardwood floors and a garden view, complemented by a covered outdoor patio deck with outdoor dining and lounges. The place comes with a video library, flatscreen tv, books, a stereo system and a fireplace.
For a luxurious stay in Barossa Valley, consider booking your accommodation at Le Mas Barossa. A charming building with scenic grounds, the place offers views of the local vineyard and a terrace overlooking the greenery. There’s an outdoor pool, saltwater pool, spa bath and beach towels. The rooms are modern and well lit, with hardwood floors, a walk-in shower and a bathtub. The accommodation offers a tour desk, airport shuttle and laundry services.
When travelling to Barossa Valley for business, find a stay with business facilities, close to the town and the vineyards, to make the most of visiting the area. Consider The Barossa Motel. The motel provides a conference centre, meeting and banquet facilities, key access and express check-out, as well as photocopying and a desk. On site you can access the restaurant and bar, and in your room you’ll find a tea and coffee maker. To relax after work, enjoy the spa and wellness centre with a spa bath and an outdoor pool.
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