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The Old Stone Cottage.  French doors lead out of the bathroom into a private courtyard
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Old Stone Cottage In The Barossa

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Old Stone Cottage In The Barossa

2 guests
1 bedroom
1 bed
1 private bath
2 guests
1 bedroom
1 bed
1 private bath
Sparkling clean4 recent guests have said that this home was sparkling clean.
Gillian is a SuperhostSuperhosts are experienced, highly rated hosts who are committed to providing great stays for guests.

The space

Nestled in the hills of the Barossa Valley, this little cottage is a slice of country heaven. From the antique double bed to the unforgettable bathroom, complete with a claw foot tub, chandelier, luxury toiletries and wood fire, to the old farm kitchen, (very old, so no running water, which is good news, because that means guests can't do the dishes- I do them in the main house), you will fall in love.
This is Australian country at its best, with cattle grazing across the road among the giant old gum trees, often sharing their pasture with the local kangaroos. Next to the cows can always be found the sheep. Listen to the ewes and their lambs calling out to each other during lambing season, (June/July). The bird life is rich and varied, from the colourful parrots to the sulphur crested cockatoos to the rainbow bee eaters. Your don't have to be a bird watcher to be delighted by the show Mother Nature puts on here!
If you can bear to get out of the comfy antique bed, with its fresh cotton sheets, a delicious breakfast of local produce will be waiting for you. Dishes containing figs, mulberries, quinces, strawberries and rhubarb are often to be found on the table, depending on the season. The homemade muesli is rather good and baked goods are usually festooning the table too- you are on holidays- who cares about the waistline! For a bit later in the day, there is usually a lovely chilled Riesling or rose' in the fridge for the summer nights and in winter, curl up on the sofa with a glass of very good red.
The Barossa Valley has a long history of fine food and wine and it is proudly showcased here.
The famous Henschke Winery is close by- head over there for a spot of wine tasting and be prepared to be thoroughly spoiled by the girls at Cellar Door. The lovely little town of Eden Valley is about 10 minutes drive south. Its old pub is delightful and Eden Valley's scenic lookout will take your breath away. A 15 minute drive west will see you in Angaston and the start of the amazing array of wineries, cafes, bakeries, butchers and restaurants that the Barossa is so famous for. You may need a brisk walk down Pennys Road afterwards to clear your head and burn off a few calories!


Indoor fireplace
Laptop friendly workspace

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 queen bed
Common spaces
1 sofa bed, 1 couch

House Rules

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Pet(s) live on property


148 Reviews

Brian User Profile
January 2017
Gillian's stone cottage on the edge of the Barossa Valley in South Australia was the perfect getaway for anyone looking to unwind, get in touch with authentic Australian country, and at the same time have access to all that the Barossa Valley has to offer. We loved the ambiance o…
Ona User Profile
July 2016
Beautiful little cottage, especially the bathroom! Gillian makes lovely breakfasts, and the animals around the farm were charming.
April User Profile
January 2016
Delightful place. Peaceful, quiet, and then, just when you need it, a baby chicken to hold. A great base from which to launch our various wine tasting forays throughout the nearby valleys. Very glad to be able to stay.
Mai User Profile
June 2014
The accommodation was fantastic and easily 5 star worthy! The place was historical and charming with new & clean facilities. Gillian made us feel very welcomed and cooked us an amazing gluten free breakfast! Our only regret was not staying longer!
Wing User Profile
June 2013
Gillian was the perfect host for our winter in the Barossa getaway. We were kept nice and warm by the fire that was waiting for us when we arrived and were well looked after with food and hot drinks. Breakfast was a delicious freshly baked loaf with a selection of homemade jams, …
Ben User Profile
January 2018
This is an absolutely stunning place to stay. Tucked away from the main hub of the Barossa in a gorgeous location. Would highly recommend staying here (even though i want to keep the place all to myself). Hospitality was exceptional. Gillian is an amazing host who always makes yo…
Charlotte User Profile
January 2018
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay with Gillian. The cottage is gorgeous and is perfect for a peaceful, tranquil break. It was lovely to be able to sit outside and view the beautiful views, and the horses and goats! Gillian was very helpful with local suggestions and provided us …
Gillian User Profile
Response from Gillian:
And I thoroughly enjoyed having you both as my guests :) Thanks so much for coming to stay. It really was a great start to 2018.
January 2018

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Gillian User Profile
235 Reviews
Gillian is a SuperhostSuperhosts are experienced, highly rated hosts who are committed to providing great stays for guests.
I live on a beautiful, little, old farm in the hills of the Barossa Valley with my two children. My love of animals has seen me work as a veterinary surgeon for many years and that is reflected by the menagerie that live with us, including the three ponies and beautiful foal, ou…
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