Choice of five luxury private vineyard accommodation:
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 ideal for group bookings.
Log fire is available at Barossa Shiraz Estate cottages during June-September each year. There is nothing better on a chilly night than cosying up to a roaring fire and cracking open a bottle of Barossa wine. Start planning your spot now!
The Barn, once a Royal Mail Coach station serving the Barossans in 1840s, has now been transformed to a most unique vineyard accommodation. Representatives from Barossa Tourism, SA Tourism Commission and media participated in the launch of the Barn on 20 April 2016. Book now
9 July 2016, The Best of the Eagles, a tribute concert production, 8pm
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.
Ranked alongside, Napa and Tuscany, the Barossa is one of the world’s great wine regions but small enough to offer a personal wine tasting experience. 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.
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 property to other Barossa towns is just at your doorstep.
TIPS FOR DRIVING IN AUSTRALIA
Australians drive on the left-hand side of the road and use metric system of distances and speeds.