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My boyfriend and I stayed at the Louise for my birthday as well as for our 4 month "anniversary". As soon as we had gotten to our room, I knew we had paid $500 for a reason! We booked a suite overlooking Seppeltsfield and it...More
What a stunning property! I wanted a few days of luxury for our honeymoon and wow have I got it! The Louise and appellation restaurant are absolutely sensational. Nothing spared. Very quiet and private villas with 2 outdoor areas, an outdoor shower enclosed in its...More
Celebrated our 15 year anniversary and couldn't have picked a more romantic, quiet and perfect place. We were greeted before arriving at reception and checked into our room immediately. The location is quiet and has beautiful views of Barossa vineyards. Close to most of the...More
My partner and I recently stayed at the Louise on a Friday and Saturday night to celebrate my 30th Birthday and we both thoroughly enjoyed every minute of our stay.
Everything was 5 star from the warm greeting when we stepped inside reception to the...More
We had a fabulous two days/nights here on a trip out of Adelaide. The staff were lovely, the room was excellent and dinner was fabulous - we ate too much! It was all very relaxing and a great base for visiting some local wineries. I...More
Hello Helen .. I am not sure either about this but at the Hotel there is no campervan site though there are some close by in the various towns. The Louise has a pool for registered guests. It is a lovely place to stay if... More
Hello Helen .. I am not sure either about this but at the Hotel there is no campervan site though there are some close by in the various towns. The Louise has a pool for registered guests. It is a lovely place to stay if you want some time out from the van!
Kind regards jane
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