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Well-appointed rooms with kitchenettes, balconies, and vineyard views. Quiet location in wine region. In-house wine tastings, wellness center, spa, golf course, pool, and sports facilities.
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CG
CG
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4.0 of 5 bubblesReviewed on 13 Jan 2022
Fantastic spot in the Barossa with stunning pool
"Room was spotlessly clean, very comfy bed, everything you need was supplied."
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#2 Best Value of 101 places to stay in Barossa Valley
Convenient location near wineries and main street. Offers good amenities, clean and spacious rooms, easy check-in, and friendly staff. Notable for comfortable beds, modern bathrooms, vineyard views, and good value.
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Small Hotel
#3 Best Value of 101 places to stay in Barossa Valley
Luxurious hotel offering spacious rooms with vineyard views and high-standard amenities. Notable for its gas fireplace, turndown service, outdoor showers, and all-inclusive 6* package. Exceptional food and wine at the on-site restaurant.
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Cottage
#4 Best Value of 101 places to stay in Barossa Valley
Peaceful cottages nestled in vineyards, with high-quality amenities and attention to detail. Enjoy local produce, wine, and lake views. Opportunities for boat rides and meeting local winemakers.
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Francis H
Francis H
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5.0 of 5 bubblesReviewed on 1 Oct 2023
A great place at the gateway to the Barossa and surrounds
"The room was spacious and well appointed, with all the facilities needed and desired."
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#5 Best Value of 101 places to stay in Barossa Valley
Historic resort offering stunning views, exceptional food and wine, and a knowledgeable staff. Ideal for couples and small groups. Features include peaceful grounds, wine tasting, and pool bar.
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#7 Best Value of 101 places to stay in Barossa Valley
Cozy, well-appointed cottages nestled in vineyards. Spacious rooms, antique furnishings, scenic views. Ample breakfast supplies, locally sourced produce, wine and cheese welcome. Special amenities in select cottages.
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Paul S
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3.0 of 5 bubblesReviewed on 2 Nov 2023
Very nice ... but wifi failed
"We are welcomed by cheerful Lindy on reception, who puts us in a large room."
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#9 Best Value of 101 places to stay in Barossa Valley
Comfortable, clean hotel with updated rooms, friendly staff, and good location. Offers outdoor seating, free parking, pool, tennis court and on-site Asian restaurant.
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#10 Best Value of 101 places to stay in Barossa Valley
Family-friendly park with spacious outdoor areas, modern safari tents, and various accommodations. Highlights include well-maintained pool, communal fire pit, and close proximity to town center.
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Classic, spacious rooms in a tranquil vineyard setting. Ideal for socializing and enjoying scenic views. Convenient location for local attractions. Comfortable beds and breakfast provisions provided.
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Keith1504
Keith1504
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4.0 of 5 bubblesReviewed on 9 Mar 2023
Nice room and a good base to explore the Barossa
"We stayed here two nights and had a nice spacious room, recently renovated, with a stand alone bath in the living area."
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#13 Best Value of 101 places to stay in Barossa Valley
Conveniently located near attractions with spacious, modern, pet-friendly rooms. Features a bar, restaurant, and spa facilities. Ideal base for exploring the local area.
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Picturesque caravan park by the river, offering clean, spacious sites with excellent facilities. Close to Main Street and Barossa Valley, ideal for easy access to town amenities and wineries.
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Bookworm
Bookworm
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5.0 of 5 bubblesReviewed on 2 May 2022
Wonderful stay
"There is a beautiful dining room, meals are served here rather than in rooms."
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#15 Best Value of 101 places to stay in Barossa Valley
Charming French farmhouse with chic, modern decor. Offers luxurious amenities, stunning views, a private vineyard, heated pool, and authentic French cuisine. Known for warm hospitality.
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Hotels near the sights

  • Kies Family Wines
    Kies Family Wines is the first cellar door you will visit as you drive over the hill at the Southern end of the Barossa Valley. The 1880's cottage style cellar door is nestled among vineyards and boasts scenes of the glorious rolling Barossa Ranges.
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  • Seppeltsfield
    “The most historic winery and greatest showpiece of the Barossa Valley” - James Halliday. Discover more of Seppeltsfield: wine, food, art, design & beauty.
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  • Chateau Tanunda
    The most superb winery experiences in the Barossa can be found at iconic Chateau Tanunda. Lovers of fine wine appreciate the rare blends found in this historic winery, while those looking for the perfect holiday escape relish the beauty and grandeur of the estate. Home to some of Australia's most highly awarded wines, including the collectible Old Vine Expressions from vines over 50, 100 and 150 years old. With beautiful views overlooking the surrounding vineyards and the Barossa ranges, Chateau Tanunda is a must-visit in the Barossa. The Cellar Door offers a range of traditional and fine wine tasting experiences, alongside a range of tours and platter offerings.
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  • Rockford Winery
    At Rockford we respect and nurture the best of the traditional Australian wine trade and share this with our customers.
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  • Yalumba
    A visit to our Wine Room will see our Wine Room Ambassadors guide you through our wines and introduce you to our story. The landscaped grounds framed by the Wine Room and the historic clock tower are the perfect spot to explore before throwing a picnic rug down and enjoying one of our delicious Coopers Board in the Barossa’s warm sun.
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  • Langmeil Winery
    Langmeil Winery offers guests a relaxing friendly place to visit. Open from 10am to 4pm daily, the gardens are beautiful and child friendly. Ample areas to enjoy a glass or bottle of some yummy wines. Wine tastings are free, or you can book in for a special premium wine tasting in the Freedom room for $75 per person showcasing the old vine wines (allow about an hour and bookings are essential), or a tour and tasting for $150 per person showcasing the Freedom Cellar and tour of the old gnarly Shiraz vineyard believed to be the oldest in the world (allow up to 3 hours and bookings essential). The old Blacksmiths workshop and stables speak the history of ye ole Langmeil Village - one of the first settlements in the Barossa. There is something for everyone at Langmeil Winery. Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Years Day and Good Friday. Join our mailing list on the website to ensure you receive the most up-to-date information on activities and events at the Winery.
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  • Murray Street Vineyards
    Since its founding in 2001, Murray Street has grown to become one of the Barossa Valley's largest family-owned estates. Murray Street has earned a reputation for producing outstanding artisan wines and is recognised as a favourite Barossa Valley destination. With Ben Perkins serving as Head Winemaker, Murray Street is writing a new chapter in artisan winemaking, bringing bright, fruit-forward, food-friendly, ready to enjoy wines to market with the Spring 2022 release of our newly hand-crafted Artisan wine series.
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  • Grant Burge Cellar Door
    Grant Burge is a proud Barossa winery dedicated to crafting award-winning wines. Planting their roots in the Barossa Valley in 1865, the Burge’s began as a family of devoted vignerons. For five generations, they spent their days toiling the lands, understanding the soil, and from it growing grapes that would become the most luxurious of wines. Today our winemakers make generous wines to inspire generosity in others; to encourage them to share in the giving moment of Grant Burge. The Grant Burge Cellar Door is housed within the historic Meshach Cellar, nestled in the vineyards at the top of Krondorf Road. Boasting panoramic views of the surrounding Barossa Valley, our Cellar Door is a magnificent setting to taste an extensive range of Grant Burge wines.
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  • Pindarie Winery
    Enjoy soaking up one of the best views the Barossa has to offer, whilst enjoying a shared platter or a gourmet pie and estate grown wines. Wine tastings of the full range of estate grown wines is complemented by the 360-degree view of Pindarie's vineyards from where the wines are originally sourced. Pindarie is where you can let yourself relax with our laid back hospitality in our family friendly setting. Please note: No B.Y.O. Food or Beverages and bookings essential for large groups. Pindarie is known for gourmet pies, local produce platters, spectacular views, Tempranillo, Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz and more
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  • Two Hands Wines Cellar Door
    Discover Two Hands Wines and our stories with a selection of structured seated wine tastings at our Cellar Door. Located at 273 Neldner Road, Marananga, just off the the amazingly historic Seppeltsfield Road in the heart of the Barossa, our cellar door is a beautifully restored late 19th century stone cottage, ‘Kraehe House’. With the adjoining original bakehouse and cellar renovated to be an amazing space now used for our Private Tasting Experiences & Vineyard Experience Tours. The cellar has been converted to a beautiful museum wine cellar. Our passionate team will expertly navigate you through the stories and secrets of our different Shiraz that define our portfolio. Throughout Summer, where weather permits, enjoy a tasting flight on the stunning sun-filled deck enjoying the wonderful mural created by talented Adelaide artist Lucinda Penn. In the cooler months, stay cosy inside and soak up the warmth of the open fireplace. Book your tasting below with our knowledgeable and frien
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Frequently Asked Questions about Barossa Valley hotels

Vine Inn Barossa, Novotel Barossa Valley Resort, and Barossa Weintal Hotel are some of the most popular hotels for travellers looking to stay near Langmeil Winery. See the full list: Hotels near Langmeil Winery.

Popular hotels close to Adelaide Airport include Atura Adelaide Airport, Morphettville Motor Inn, and Esplanade Apartments. See the full list: Hotels near Adelaide Airport.

A few of the most popular hotels near Barossa Visitor Centre are Vine Inn Barossa, Novotel Barossa Valley Resort, and Barossa Weintal Hotel. See the full list: Hotels near Barossa Visitor Centre.

Vine Inn Barossa, Novotel Barossa Valley Resort, and Barossa Weintal Hotel all received great reviews from families travelling in Barossa Valley. See the full list: Family Hotels Barossa Valley.

Some of the most popular hotels with a pool in Barossa Valley include Vine Inn Barossa, Novotel Barossa Valley Resort, and The Wine Vine Hotel. See the full list: Hotels with a Pool in Barossa Valley.

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