Being set amongst vineyards you really felt like you were in the Barossa!” Leah, UK

Barossa Shiraz Estate offers five luxury vineyard accommodation in a beautiful location with sweeping views over vineyards and Barossa ranges, tranquil, peaceful, private and fully self-contained with elegant furnishings. Enjoy our rural setting yet minutes away from Lyndoch conveniences. Visit wineries close by and dine in a choice of fine restaurants within 2 km. The scenic 27km sealed Jack Bobridge cycling/walking track linking our property to other Barossa towns is just at your doorstep. Our stunning vineyard accommodation is ideal for romantic getaway, indulgent bed & breakfast experience or relaxing holiday for couples or groups.

  • Spa baths
  • Log fire in winter
  • Free in-room Wi-Fi
  • Reverse cycle air-conditioning
  • kitchens
  • Gas BBQs
  • Washer-dryer combos
  • DVD/CD units
  • Hairdryers
  • Linen & towels
  • Outdoor settings / outdoor umbrellas
  • Expansive gardens with fruit trees
  • Flat screen TVs
  • Bath robes
  • Guest toiletries
  • Parking at door
  • Iron/ironing boards
  • Bike track just outside the property
  • Close to wineries and fine restaurants

Choice of five luxury private vineyard accommodation with free WiFi and winter Log Fire:
The Residence – a grand one bedroom vineyard cottage
The Willows – an elegant three bedroom vineyard cottage
The Vines – a luxury one bedroom vineyard cottage
The Loft – an exquisite three bedroom vineyard cottage
The Barn – a newly released unique two bedroom vineyard cottage

Combined cottages are also ideal for groups of family/friends who wish to have a holiday together or to celebrate that special occasion together on their own private vineyard. See FUNCTIONS tab on this website for further details.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

The Barn, once a Royal Mail Coach station serving the Barossans in 1840s, has now been transformed to a most unique vineyard accommodation offering breathtaking views into vineyards and Barossa ranges. Book now

BAROSSA EVENTS

Barossa is as lovely in spring and summer seasons with a myriad of events, shows and outings to choose from. There are plenty of opportunities to enjoy the warmer days and long summer evenings. Why not consider your favourite events as you plan your next trip to the Barossa.

10 December 2016, Dance Spectacular, presented by Kapunda Dance Company, 6pm.

14-22 January 2017, Santos Tour Down Under. Stage 1 (start 10:30am, Unley), (finish 2.27pm ETA, Lyndoch).

16 February, Faulty Towers: the dining experience, 7pm.

19-23 April 2017, Barossa Vintage Festival. Handcrafted since 1947.

See also THINGS TO DO on this site for list of extras available to you during your stay at the Barossa Shiraz Estate accommodation and other upcoming events in the Barossa.

WINE

Ranked alongside, Napa and Tuscany, the Barossa offering over 80 cellar doors, is one of the world’s great wine regions but small enough to offer a personal wine tasting experience. Due to its Mediterranean climate (warm summers and mild winters), the Barossa’s Cabernets’ and Shiraz’ is unbeatable. Enjoy a glass by the fire in winter or outdoors in leafy shade during summer, spring and autumn. Barossa Shiraz Estate cottages are located on the private Six Gates vineyard, dedicated to the production of premium grapes and boutique wines. The estate occupies a 1 km scenic stretch of fertile land along the Barossa Valley way.

FOOD 

A new generation of chefs and artisan producers are building on a long food heritage to make the Barossa one of Australia’s premier gourmet destinations. While staying at Barossa Shiraz Estate vineyard cottages, you can dine in a choice of fine restaurants within 2 km.

GETTING HERE AND AROUND

Barossa is less than an hour drive from the centre of Adelaide, easily accessible by car and bus. With its quiet back roads, cycle paths and walking trails, getting around couldn’t be simpler. The scenic 27km sealed Jack Bobridge cycling/walking track linking our accommodation to other Barossa towns is just outside the Barossa Shiraz Estate property.

TIPS FOR DRIVING IN AUSTRALIA

Australians drive on the left-hand side of the road and use metric system of distances and speeds.