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Collingrove Homestead

Eden Valley Rd, Angaston, South Australia 5353 Australia
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Collingrove Homestead (c1856) was conceived as a little piece of England and is set amongst the great gums of the Barossa Valley The building is the historical home of the town of Angaston’s namesake, the Angas family. Thus far it has been maintained as a museum displaying artifacts from The Angas Family home and the South Australian history they helped create. Marcia and Andrew Frost have transformed the impressive heritage-listed home into a high-end, boutique bed-and-breakfast. Guest accommodation is individually styled. All rooms are furnished with French Provincial hand carved beds, fresh white linen and French Style Toile quilts. There are five guest rooms three have en-suites which are decorated in black and white tile another two rooms share an authentic old style bathroom complete with a claw foot bath. Guest amenities include a Hydrotherapy spa located in the old Carriage House across the quadrangle from the Guest Lounge, which is complete with leather lounges and open fire. Collingrove is set on 14 acres, with manicured gardens and authentic paddocks. Your full Barossa breakfast is served on the front veranda overlooking the front gardens (weather permitting).
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Tony M wrote a review Aug 2019
Adelaide, Australia5 contributions
I retired a year ago after working for the same company for 40 years and they kindly gave me a gift of a 2 night stay with a winery tour to this place. Unfortunatley due to a health issue I had to delay taking up this offer. I contacted them in September 2018 advising of this issue and was told that it would not be a problem and they would hold the booking for when we were ready and I had recovered from surgery. In Feburary 2019 I rang them to confirm a date and found that the phone had been disconnected and their web page was down so I sent them and email and got nothing back.I have family near this property and asked them to have a look and they told me it looked like it had closed.Rang the local tourist centre in the Barossa and they had no idea and offered me other places to stay. Luckily we were still able to do the wine tour so we booked our own accommodation and had a great time. Would have liked to stay at this place but it was not to be.I would be interested to know if anybody else has had the same problem and if anyone could confim that the property is operating or closed
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Date of stay: August 2019
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tatnac wrote a review Apr 2019
Sydney, Australia13 contributions3 helpful votes
We booked in December through booking.com and arrived at the gates to Collingrove Homestead but the gates were locked and the phone disconnected. We were really disappointed and concerned that we had arrived from Sydney and now had nowhere to stay. Fortunately we were able to secure a booking for 3 nights at the lovely Novotel at Rowland Flat, near Tanunda.
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Date of stay: April 2019
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fieldadvisor wrote a review Dec 2018
Napier, New Zealand59 contributions61 helpful votes
We first stayed here in 2005 and the Homestead and accommodation has certainly changed in this time. On our first visit we were greeted by the then hosts, this time we had to phone the hosts as there was no one at the house (even though they had tried to contact us via text message it hadn't reached us). First visit we were offered a welcoming drink and we sat in the house in one of the lounges and chatted to the hosts, BUT not this time, we were left to it as they disappeared. These hosts no longer live on site and I think for us that made a huge difference. The guest lounge has NO air conditioning and smells of old wood fires, plus the TV doesn't work. To access this you have to go outside so if it's raining it's really not very convenient. There are no tea or coffee making facilities in your room, so you either need to get showered and dressed in the morning to go and make yourself a hot drink or you need to dash in your pj's across the yard to make your morning drink. Not ideal! The cooked breakfast is nice but the hosts arrive at 8.00am and you can then have breakfast at 8.30am or around that time. The bed was super comfy and clean, the air con unit really wasn't efficient in 40 degree heat and was really noisy - we found sitting outside the 'communal lounge' was better than sitting inside of an evening, despite the mosquitoes. The trees are in need of trimming and the driveway needs some attention. Tallhe outside generally needs some maintenance.
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Date of stay: December 2018
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Wendy R wrote a review Dec 2018
Adelaide, South Australia, Australia49 contributions14 helpful votes
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Stayed for 5 nights, and performed a musical at Collingrove - what a privilege to stay here. Andrew and Marcia were fantastic hosts, and made amazing breakfasts (home-made marmalade, fresh-picked cherries, and yumalicious local produce). I stayed in two different rooms, with the most comfortable beds I've ever slept in. Beautifully appointed, with many little touches to make it feel like home. The rich history of this house and one of our state's forefathers is celebrated, but modern conveniences are meshed along with that (including good wi-fi). Wandering the glorious house and gardens is like being transported to another world and another time - so peaceful. Nearby Angaston (6 minutes drive) is a delightful mixture of shops, surrounded by incredible wine country and sweeping scenery.
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Date of stay: December 2018
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Trip type: Travelled with friends
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emmakproductions wrote a review Dec 2018
Adelaide, Australia74 contributions37 helpful votes
I stayed with a group of artists over four days. Marcia and Andrew were amazingly welcoming hosts and it really felt more like visiting old friends! The homestead is divine and the rooms are beautiful. I enjoyed a lovely bath in the claw foot bath and the pillows and mattresses let me sleep like a baby on a cloud! The area is just beautiful and Angaston was lovely to visit. I highly recommend it! The breakfasts were delicious and the freshly picked cherries were amazing! The only bad thing about breakfast is that Marcia and Andrew served us breakfast instead of eating with us! It really felt like they should have!
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Date of stay: December 2018
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Room Tip: All the rooms were lovely and had their own charm!
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Jill Fisher wrote a review Dec 2018
Scarsdale, New York6 contributions1 helpful vote
Marcia and Andrew made us feel so welcome at this charming property. It feels less like a hotel than a visit to someone's old estate (meaning that it's not glitzy, but it's not supposed to be). Our room was immaculate, very comfortable, and breakfast was lovely both mornings, one served outside on the porch and the other in the drawing room. And we were given excellent recommendations for restaurants and wineries to visit, so we were very happy with our experience.
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Date of stay: December 2018
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Janyne W wrote a review Oct 2018
Sydney, Australia14 contributions7 helpful votes
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Beautiful old homestead seeped in history. National Trust building, well looked after. Great hosts, Marcia & Andrew, very friendly, showed us around & told us about the history of Collingrove. Our room was very comfortable and the guest lounge had a beautiful open fire & plenty of DVDs & games if we wanted them.
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Date of stay: October 2018
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RobinFGriffiths wrote a review Aug 2018
Feilding, New Zealand64 contributions62 helpful votes
If you want a place to stay that feels like a home from home (if you were born into a wealthy multigenerational family), than this is the place to stay. Beautiful historical accommodation in a peaceful rural setting, generous hosts, great food and a sense o history. Bring it on! Andrew and Marcia are great hosts, hospitable and easy and flexible to deal with. It’s close to the major Barossa centres and just out of beautiful Angaston, named after the Angaston dynasty that founded Collingrove. It’s a National Trust building, steeped in history but with modern day comforts like a spa etc.
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Date of stay: August 2018Trip type: Travelled with family
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Deb L wrote a review July 2018
Greater Adelaide, Australia7 contributions4 helpful votes
Had always wanted to go here. Hubby booked for our anniversary. It’s a National Trust property so possibly no $$. Gardens and rooms looked tired. Bathroom outside of our room, but was warm as was our room. Bed was very comfy. Separate area to make tea/coffee and watch TV/movies - not a fan of it being in another area. Breakfast was provided and was good.
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Date of stay: May 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Susannah D wrote a review May 2018
Adelaide, Australia23 contributions9 helpful votes
I’m slow to post this review but here it is!! We loved our night here. Gorgeous property, fantastic breakfast, the room was so toasty and cosy. The room was big and spacious with great heating. The bed was comfortable and we loved looking around the property and taking in the history.
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Date of stay: July 2017Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Frequently Asked Questions about Collingrove Homestead
Which popular attractions are close to Collingrove Homestead?
Nearby attractions include Barossa Farmers Market (7.1 km), Barossa Valley Cheese Company (5.5 km), and Mengler's Hill Lookout Sculpture Park (7.0 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Collingrove Homestead?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a spa, free parking, and a hot tub.
Is parking available at Collingrove Homestead?
Yes, free parking and street parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Collingrove Homestead?
Conveniently located restaurants include Vintner's Bar and Grill, Casa Carboni, and Wanera Wine Bar and Restaurant.
Are there any historical sites close to Collingrove Homestead?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Langmeil Winery (11.0 km), Gardner Knives (15.5 km), and Truro Walk (15.6 km).