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Lindsay House

Lindsay Street, Angaston, South Australia 5353 Australia

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#1 of 1 guest house in Angaston
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See why so many travellers make Lindsay House their guest house of choice when visiting Angaston. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a luxury setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.

The rooms offer a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and a kitchenette, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.

Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.

For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Angaston, Lindsay House is located a short distance from Day Off Peter Bronze Statue (0.4 mi) and Abbey Antiques (0.4 mi).

While visiting Angaston, you may want to try some dumplings at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Vintner's Bar and Grill.

During your visit, be sure to check out Angsaton Heritage Walk (0.4 mi), which is a popular attraction within walking distance of the guest house.

We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Lindsay House as you experience all of the things Angaston has to offer.

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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Bicycle rental
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
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Shuttle bus service
Non-smoking hotel
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Fireplace
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Interconnected rooms available
Iron
Microwave
Refrigerator
Flatscreen TV
Hair dryer
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Family rooms
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Annemarie D wrote a review Nov 2022
Marsfield, Australia147 contributions43 helpful votes
Booked out the whole house for a week with a group of friends via Airbnb. Lovely location on top of a hill with great views and very quiet. Short walk into town for multiple cafes and supermarkets. Angaston definitely the nicest small town in the Barossa. Accomodation worked well for a group however house is getting run down and needed a good clean. Floors dirty, dusty skirting boards etc, laundry dirty, strange worms in the master bathroom. Balcony floors didn’t seem very safe so we avoided walking outside. Garage locked so had to park outside on gravel. Was just enough space for our 4 cars. Tea towels had multiple holes large in them, most guests didn’t get bath mats. Hardly any clothes pegs and no broom only a dustpan and brush ( kitchen and Lounge have wooden floorboards so after a few days needed a sweep). Bed was comfortable, water pressure, heating and wi-fi good.
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Date of stay: October 2022Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Naomi wrote a review Apr 2022
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I stayed in the Cow n Cabernet suite. Upstairs beautiful views. There isn't a kitchen but there is a plastic tub that can be used to put hot water in using the bathroom taps so that can be dishes easily washed. I had the first part of my stay as the only person here, which was incredible. There were other people in the other rooms the following night and you can hear voices and movement, although I was fortunate that the other guests were pretty quiet and respectful. Easy walking distance to the main street and many other attractions in the area. I brought my bike up with me so that I could do some of the trails. I was able to store my bike inside the homestead. Lovely hosts who were very responsive to my queries
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Date of stay: April 2022
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Elliot VP wrote a review Nov 2018
Adelaide, Australia13 contributions16 helpful votes
Honestly can’t think of a single place that I’d prefer to stay at in Angaston. Walking distance to several wineries and tasting rooms, super close to town centre, quiet AF at night - just the sounds of nature and weather to relax you. Beautifully laid out rooms. Only downsides are as nice as it is it definitely feels like staying in your grandparents spare room - beds a bit smaller than you’d usually have at home, not enough extra pillows (most are decorative) but honestly for $200 a night the good 100% outweighed the slight discomforts you wouldn’t get in a city. I think it important you remind yourself that you’re not in a B&B, you’re not in a hotel, you are very much in a homestead. We plan on coming back with several friends to book the entire house out al- which I do think would utilise the amenities more (kitchen available, bbq, sit anywhere on the balcony etc). Oh and it didn’t really explain some things but if the fortified wine was complimentary awesome! If not, oh well it was delicious! TL;DR Great spot to stay as a couple, FANTASTIC spot as a group or family. Treat it like your grand parents house and you’ll be fine. Make sure you wine and cheese with the sunset.
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Date of stay: November 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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David B wrote a review Jan 2017
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Beware there is no kitchen sink, a small bathroom, and audible footsteps from upstairs visitors. However it is very cute with great views. The getaways folk were friendly and assured us that as long as things were tidy, the sign off about dishes was fine with just having rinsed cups and plates.
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Date of stay: December 2016Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Kristy B wrote a review Sept 2016
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Love love love this place! We stayed in the cow n Cabernet room and absolutely loved it! While this particular room doesn't have its own kitchen, it does have a fridge and microwave and cutters. The cottage has amazing country views of the Barossa and surrounding hills and is just a short stroll to Angastons Main Street. Would definitely recommend this to couples or families. We will definitely be back and next time we will bring more people with us and book out the entire house!
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Date of stay: September 2016Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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John h wrote a review May 2016
Melbourne, Australia14 contributions8 helpful votes
How is it possible in the 21st Century that the suite Pig n Pinot can be offered as an attractive BNB in the Barossa Valley? The location is convenient and the outlook from outside the property is really good but the services and essentials indoors are distinctly lacking. Certainly there is a TV which worked. There are also plates , and cutlery and a fry pan and a microwave which would give the impression of a self contained unit, but there is no sink outside the small hand basin in the shower area . This situation makes it virtually impossible to meet the owners requirement of leaving every thing clean. The latter could be the reason that the place seemed to be less than hygienic on our arrival. These characteristics, coupled with broken window blinds and an uncomfortably firm bed determined us to eat breakfast out each morning and to avoid spending any quality time within the "suite". The owners or their management ( never apparent on site during our stay) have a job to do if they are ever to get this property to have any credible comfort relative to apartments elsewhere in the same price range
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Date of stay: May 2016
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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JodHami wrote a review Feb 2016
Brisbane, Australia435 contributions119 helpful votes
I stayed two nights in the Pigs and Pinot studio suite on the bottom floor. First, the good points - Beautiful and quiet location at the top of the street. It is a very short walk to town (a bit of a hill but it didn't bother me). There are cows, sheep and goats in the paddocks just outside the house and the gardens are beautiful. The house itself is lovely and big - very country. The bad points - The bed is rock hard and small (barely a double). It was not a comfortable two nights and I barely had any sleep. I'm okay with hard mattresses but this was just beyond anything I've experienced. The owners would do well by replacing the bed frame and mattress. For the price, I would have expecting something a little more luxurious. What a difference it would make if they had a beautiful queen or king size bed to come back to! Now to the millipedes - they were everywhere especially in the bathroom. I'm not sure if it was 'millipede season' but I've never seen so many. On the first night, I woke up with a rash on my leg that was burning and stinging like crazy and which stayed like that for most of the next day. I actually thought I'd been bitten by a spider however with the amount of millipedes in the house, I can assume that there was a millipede in my bed. Millipedes won't bite or intentionally hurt you but it hurts like hell if you get any of their toxins on you!! There were also Daddy Long Leg spiders behind everything. The suite seemed like it only receives a basic clean over. The Pig and Pinot suite doesn't really have a cosy feel however the upstairs suite does and looks beautiful. No provisions except for milk and coffee. I did like the fudge that was in the fridge and the little decanter of red wine. I'm not sure if I would recommend the Lindsay House until they replace the beds and mattresses.
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Date of stay: February 2016
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eel007 wrote a review Nov 2015
australia151 contributions43 helpful votes
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We booked out the entire house for our stay during our sons wedding. Ideal position, very large and roomy with a host of facilities. Having the entire house gives a very large serviceable kitchen, many areas for relaxing and taking in the views. The family enjoyed the farm animals in the rear paddock, this and other features gave us many pre wedding photo opportunities. The pedantic guest may find a few maintenance issues here and there but overall these are very minor and we all enjoyed our stay immensely and can commend Lindsay House. My photos are aerial over the house and its surrounds
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Date of stay: November 2015
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CourtinaDaimz wrote a review Feb 2015
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We returned home today after a 2 night at Lindsay House and what a wonderful stay it was! We were in the Cow n' Cabernet apartment which was upstairs and the view was so beautiful. I could sit at the top of the stairs for hours and take in the scenery. The house itself is quite well maintained and clean but it's decor is very antique, so of you prefer a more modern settings this may not be the place for you. The location is great and is a 5 minute walk to the cafes and shops in the Main Street in Angaston. The apartment is also very spacious with the hugest master bedroom I've ever been in and a very large ensuite. If I had to be picky and find a complaint it would be that the mattress was a little too firm and the couch in the lounge wasn't overly comfortable but on the whole it was a lovely stay and we would certainly stay again.
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Date of stay: February 2015
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Berry-SA wrote a review Aug 2014
South Australia67 contributions66 helpful votes
We booked the entire house being 4 couples. We arrived late on the Friday evening to find that the downstairs suite had a plumbing problem with the toilet over flowing and a terrible stench outside the house. The following morning a irrigation guy was outside looking at the septic tank, he was not there to fix the internal issues, at this stage we saw sewerage pumping out into the garden. We tried numerous times to contact someone, it took 'til 10.45am to get hold of someone. Then another guy turned up, who we assumed to be the plumber, it was the actually owner of the property, it would have been courteous of him to introduce himself! There was no apology or any contact as to the resolution of the issue. It would have also have been pure courtesy to let us know what we were walking into. As we booked out the property which gave us full access to all rooms, I would not like to have been in the down stairs suite should strangers have been above as the noise does travel considerably. There were very limited provisions provided we had milk, juice and coffee. We paid the full amount for the entire house, each suite charged as an individual booking. This is not a B&B as there were no breakfast provisions provided, a simple loaf of bread and preservatives would have been quite sufficient to give it that bit of an edge for a welcoming feel. The front suite which had one bedroom is far superior to any of the other suites although it is just a single bedroom suite with a lovely ensuite and sitting room, the styling was also the better of the suites along with a gorgeous entry, balcony and views. I cannot give this property the 5 rating as we did have a number of reservations about our stay, but after saying that for a group booking for up to 10 people it has heaps potential. We did have to bring one of the chesterfields into the front room to give us seating for our group to be comfortable together. The flexibility of the property is good and definitely comfortable.
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Date of stay: August 2014
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Trip type: Travelled with friends
Room Tip: Booking the entire house gives 3 rooms to share one bathroom, the other two rooms have ensuites.
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AU$219 - AU$222 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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AustraliaSouth AustraliaBarossa ValleyAngaston
NUMBER OF ROOMS
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Frequently Asked Questions about Lindsay House
Which popular attractions are close to Lindsay House?
Nearby attractions include Barossa Valley Cheese Company (0.2 km), Angaston Heritage Walk (0.6 km), and Barossa Art Gallery & Gifts (0.4 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Lindsay House?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free parking, and airport transportation.
Which room amenities are available at Lindsay House?
Top room amenities include a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and a fireplace.
Is parking available at Lindsay House?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Lindsay House?
Conveniently located restaurants include Casa Carboni, Wanera Wine Bar and Restaurant, and Otherness.
Does Lindsay House have airport transportation?
Yes, Lindsay House offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Is Lindsay House located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.7 km away from the centre of Angaston.
Are there any historical sites close to Lindsay House?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Langmeil Winery (7.4 km).