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Barossa Weintal Hotel/Motel - Tanunda Hotels

Barossa Weintal Hotel/Motel

Murray Street, Tanunda - Map
 
 
"Handy to everything very central location"
Overall a comfortable experience could do with some upgrading in showers and accessories toilet brushes etc water to hard to regulate got very hot no good for elderly or young families
Traveller from australia
Novotel Barossa Valley Resort - Rowland Flat Hotels
AU$232

Novotel Barossa Valley Resort

Golf Links Road, Rowland Flat - Map
 
 
"modern room, fabulous view of valley and vineyards"
Enjoyed the room, mattress and range of pillows, lovely hot shower. Went to the 5pm wine tasting with the eccentric winemaker and bought her divine red and drank it in our room with prompt and pleasant room service. The food was okay but supplemented by our purchases from the Barossa Farmers Market that morning. It was so good and so relaxing we stayed an extra night.
Traveller from Adelaide
Jacobs Creek Retreat at Moorooroo Park - Tanunda Hotels

Jacobs Creek Retreat at Moorooroo Park

Nitschke Road, Tanunda - Map
 
 
"Great retreat"
Great retreat in a wonderful garden setting Very close to all that Barossa has to offer
Traveller from south tarra
Set on a five-acre historic vineyard, this stone homestead is less than 4 km from the Barossa Valley, 65 km from Adelaide.The …More
Discovery Holiday Park - Barossa Valley - Tanunda Hotels

Discovery Holiday Park - Barossa Valley

Barossa Valley Way, Tanunda - Map
 
 
"Spa was special."
Only stayed one night in cabin, with spa. For those who don't have a spa at home, it's worth the extra cost to indulge. Unless you're especially keen, a spa cabin is not something you would stay in for more than a night or two. The staff were friendly and professional.
A Traveller
Barossa Valley SA Tourist Park - Nuriootpa Hotels

Barossa Valley SA Tourist Park

Penrice Road, Nuriootpa - Map
 
 
"Great accommodation on a budget"
The place is a little old and dated but it was clean and tidy. It was nice that they had a communal fire pit set up and even had wood there to add to it. The staff were friendly and courteous which is always a bonus these days.
Traveller from Yorke Peninsula
The Louise - Nuriootpa Hotels

The Louise

Corner Seppeltsfield and Stonewell Road, Nuriootpa - Map
 
 
4.8 out of 5 (19 reviews)
A great circle of steel sculpted by local artist Greg Johns is a focal point at the entrance to the hotel and restaurant …More
Barossa Dreams - Tanunda Hotels

Barossa Dreams

6 Murray Street, Tanunda - Map
 
 
"Great location close to Main Street of Tanunda"
Great room but would have liked an open fire place not a potbelly. Fantastic kitchen and dining space.
Traveller from Adelaide
Barossa Motor Lodge - Tanunda Hotels

Barossa Motor Lodge

182 Murray Street, Tanunda - Map
 
 
"Great food!"
I really enjoyed dining here, the Barossa Shiraz Pie was delicious. The room was clean and comfortable but could use some updating! The sheets were really lovely though!
Traveller from south australia
Tanunda is the main town within the Barossa Valley. The Barossa offers everything you'd expect from Australia's most famous …More
The Lodge Country House - Seppeltsfield Hotels

The Lodge Country House

743 Seppeltsfield Road, Seppeltsfield - Map
 
 
fantastic weekend. Colin made us feel very welcome. Facilities are excellent and the location is perfect
A Traveller
Lyndoch Hill - Lyndoch Hotels

Lyndoch Hill

Corner Barossa Valley Way and, Lyndoch - Map
 
 
"Basic but close to all Barossa wineries"
Strange arrangement of bathroom in relation to room due to room being in corner of the motel. The restaurant prices were very high and range was limited.
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    Pocket Guide: Barossa Valley

    With famous wine, tasty gourmet food and plenty of sunshine, Barossa sure is a grape weekend away. Located next to South Australia’s capital city, Adelaide, the Barossa has become a magnet for anyone who is looking at getting away for a romantic retreat; it’s not difficult to see why. Wine, wonderful food and some of the most breathtaking views make for a very special weekend destination with that special someone. Though if you’re a lone wolf flying solo then don’t despair! The Barossa has some great opportunities to sample wine, take in the air and quietly reflect on your life choices. After all, isn’t that the best cure for a broken heart?

    Both internationally famous and small boutique wine-makers call this land home so be sure to visit their cellar doors and have a swig. Shiraz is the wine of choice here, but there’s no shortage of choice if that’s not your drop! Each year, the region’s wine is celebrated at Barossa Valley Vintage Festival, where the streets are decorated with bright colours, market stalls and parades.

    The Barossa Valley is made up of a number of small towns spread throughout the valley. Each town has its own personality, thanks to the different groups of German and British settlers making their mark in the region. Nuriootpa is commercial centre of the area and the meeting place of the region’s styles and flavours. You’ll find a Farmers Market here every Saturday and have the chance to sample delicious local produce including baked goodies, cured meats, dried fruits and dill cucumbers – they’re the real dill.

    Down the road from Nuriootpa is Barossa’s second biggest town, Tanunda, and the world's oldest active vineyard. The Turkey Flat Shiraz vines are considered old school as they were planted in 1847! It’s history you can taste too, they do tastings at the a cellar door. If you see yourself as a wine buff, lots of the surrounding wineries offer blending sessions where you can make your own bottle. Cheers! So wine not book yourself some time away and sample the de-vine flavours of the Barossa Valley? We’ve got some pretty im-press-ive accommodation below.

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