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Unterkünfte & Ferienwohnungen in Coonawarra

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Travellers Rest - Cottage att. Haupthaus. Eigene Ent. Wohnzimmer, Küche / Diner. Separates Schlafzimmer. 1 Einzelbett und 1 Queen-Bett. Anzug Singles oder Paare. U / C Gartenterrasse, Grill, Rahmen Garten. Rev-Zyklus A / Anlage. Spaziergang zu den Geschäften, Cafés Hotels. Antrieb Coonawarra Weinkellereien, Höhlen, begrenzte WIFi zur Verfügung. Erkundigen Sie sich bei Joyce Wiedergebrauch. Urlaub mit Hund aber KLEINER HUND NUR
Travellers Rest ist ein nettes, privat, in sich geschlossene 3-Zimmer-Hütte Privathaus angebracht. Eigener Eingang. Separates Schlafzimmer mit 1 Einzelbett und 1 Queen-Bett. Anzug Singles oder Paare. Lounge, Küche / Esszimmer, ein großes Bad mit Wandheizung. Duschbad. Große eingezäunten Garten. DVD, Kino, R / C Klimaanlage. Grill, überdachte Terrasse für Mahlzeiten im Freien und Entspannen. Ein leichtes Frühstück ist im Grundpreis enthalten. Standard Anzahl der Personen, 2 gerecht zu werden, können 3 unterbringen, wenn vorbereitet Zimmer teilen oder Klappbett im Wohnzimmer. Extra kleine Gebühr für die 3. Person. Sprechen Sie Eigentümer .Rev Zyklus Klimaanlage. Kostenloser WLAN-Zugang zu überprüfen und E-Mails, Reisearrangements zu senden. Fragen Sie Eigentümer. Tierfreundlich-SMALL DOG nur
Die meisten Gäste genießen tourt Coonawarra Weingüter und Geschäfte, die 7 Tage in der Woche sind. Wir haben viele Informationen über St. Mary MacKillop als Penola ihr Haus als junge Frau war. die Mary Mc Killop Zentrum und Park zu besuchen ist ein Muss. Unsere Gemeinschaft ist sehr freundlich und Touristen ausgerichtet. Große Info-Center mit freundlichem Personal .Historical Wanderungen Weltkulturerbe Höhlen von Naracoorte ca.. 40 km entfernt ein Muss. Robe und Beachport sind Badeorte 1-1 / 2 Stunden Fahrt. Mount Gambier, hat viel als gut, 50 km zu bieten
  • Eine mit viel Liebe eingerichtete Unterkunft, wir konnten schön im Garten sitzen und es war auch eine kleine Küche vorhanden. Joyce und ihr Mann sind wirklich sehr nett und haben uns einige Tips für die Umgebung gegeben. Wir können diese Unterkunft auf alle Fälle weiterempfehlen.

    Angelika & Ulrich2015-02-19T00:00:00Z
  • This cottage was cosy, clean and comfortable. Joyce was an excellent hostess who made us and our dog feel very welcome. She even looked after the dog while we went out for dinner. Penola is a lovely little town with lots of history and I'm disappointed we hadn't planned to stay for more than one night.

    June2015-10-11T00:00:00Z
  • We were visiting the Coonawarra vine region and Naracoorte Caves and accordingly the cottage of Joyce was perfectly located. There was plenty of space, a well equiped kitchen, nice courtyard and well maintained garden. We enjoyed the great hospitality of Joyce and the generous supplies for breakfast a lot and we appreciated the good recommendations for places to go for dinner.

    Christian2016-02-14T00:00:00Z
  • Joyce is an awesome host! Very thoughtful~ We had a great time~ highly recommend ~ !!

    Eva2015-01-07T00:00:00Z
  • We couldn't have asked or expected more! Joyce was welcoming, super organised, and extremely thoughtful. The place was warm, clean and very well equipped, with a lovely outlook on their beautiful gardens.

    Rachel2017-06-25T00:00:00Z
  • Amazing stay everything you need is at hand. Joyce topped it off by being great and so so friendly. Everything was so close by the pub ,coffee and local shopping. Thanks we will be back.

    Michael2017-10-16T00:00:00Z
  • Joyce is excellent. She tries very hard to make sure that you are taken care of. The cottage is cozy. Very quiet and has everything you need. We had an excellent stay in her cottage and liked the breakfast food provided. Beds were superb. Best I have had. The WiFi signal needs improvement as it was unavailable at times. thanks for your help Joyce.

    Glenn2015-09-30T00:00:00Z
  • Joyce's place looked perfect on the website and indeed it exceeded our expectations. A warm welcome, the 'larder' full of goodies, cosy and warm, with outlook over her beautiful garden. The beds were so comfortable that it was truly difficult to leave and head off on the next leg of our journey, if only we could have stayed longer. So another place we have to return to, thanks again for everything and sharing your great spirit of generosity, Joyce !

    Guido2015-09-21T00:00:00Z
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    Penola, South Australia, Australien

    The Coonawarra Units are situated amongst the famous Coonawarra vineyards, all large ground floor units, with a kitchenette, good walk in bathrooms, television, table and chairs and queen size beds overlooking spacious lawns and gardens. Breakfast provisions included in the tariff. FREE WiFi The neighboring Chardonnay Lodge restaurant, function center and wine sales is no Open, 7 days a week.
    Guests can walk to 4 or 5 winery cellar door sales outlets, or relax in the spacious gardens.
    The setting is unique, brick buildings surrounded by gardens and vineyards
  • Tolle und liebevoll angelegte Anlage inmitten der Weinreben. Wir haben uns hier sehr wohl gefühlt! An der sehr freundlichen Rezeption haben wir sehr gute Empfehlungen für Weinproben und Abendessen erhalten. wir können diese Unterkunft nur weiterempfehlen!

    Nadine2017-02-04T00:00:00Z
  • Stayed here one night on trip from Melbourne to Adelaide. Quiet surroundings with pretty garden. Clean and tidy room with good facilities, breakfast supplies in the fridge.

    Rachel2016-01-28T00:00:00Z
  • Great spot, very convenient for wine lovers.

    Kirsten2015-12-30T00:00:00Z
  • Spacious room, nice bathroom facilities, lively gardens and lawns

    Janet2016-12-28T00:00:00Z
  • Great stay, very convenient location and welcoming staff.

    Chris2016-09-07T00:00:00Z
  • Wonderful stay! Large room size! Clean and comfortable hotel! Highly recommend to others. Caller doors right outside the door step. In the middle of the vineyard. Great winery experience!

    Yong Cheng2015-09-15T00:00:00Z
  • Anne was extremely accomodating and excellent to deal with. Cannot recommend highly enough, also tremendous value and a beautiful place to stay.

    Andrew2015-10-15T00:00:00Z
  • This place is a lot larger than we had anticipated. Our room was comfortable and our host had put the heater on to take the chill off - thank you! The grounds are kept up and in summer I would think this would be beautiful. No wifi but host did acknowledge that it needs to come. Bed comfortable with nice bathroom. Coonawarra is one of the best places to check out wines!

    Jan2015-09-04T00:00:00Z
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    Coonawarra, South Australia, Australien

    Coonawarra Units
    27 Bewertungen
    Rural country location on the edge of the township of Penola. Perfect for wine tasting in the famous Coonawarra Wine Region. Just a stroll to shops, cafes, restaurants, hotels and galleries. Suitable for couples, singles and business travellers.
    Private twin bedroom with own lounge. Home cooked family meals available at additional cost by prior arrangement. Relaxed, friendly family environment.
    Enjoy the best of both worlds when you stay at 'Winella'. Experience peace and tranquility in a beautiful country setting next to Winella Vineyard and garden set on 17 acres. Australia's 1st Saint, Mary MacKillop lived in Winella Cottage on this property.
  • A great place to stay. Very quiet, convenient to the wineries. Excellent hosts.

    John2017-03-06T00:00:00Z
  • Loved the quiet location and the inclusiveness of the host and their family . The only thing that might put you off is that the room is in the side of the house which is shared by the teenagers in the family who leave early to go to school and work , we didn't hear them but didn't want to turn the TV on n case we disturbed THEIR sleep . The linens supplied are of exceptional quality ,also clean and fresh .

    Louise2017-01-25T00:00:00Z
  • Very friendly family and great local guides on where to go and what to do around. Beautiful house! Thanks for being a great host Liz!

    shiaoling2017-05-06T00:00:00Z
  • Lizzie's place is exactly as described- clean, comfortable and convienent and the booking included a basic coffee and toast breakfast. We enjoyed the private lounge area next to the room for some quiet time. Lizzie and her family are friendly and very chatty and Lizzie went out of her way to find us info about the Coonawarra wineries and set us up for a lovely day touring them.

    Nicola2016-10-22T00:00:00Z
  • Surpassed my expectations , in fact topped all my Airbnb experiences! Considering i was her first BnB guest - that's a feat that's hard to beat ! Liz is more than hospitable she went out of her way to talk about the history of the property, also showing us around - even invited us for dinner! We enjoyed the whole experience immensely and I am privileged to be her first guests - I think Liz would be a great host to many people to come !

    Ming2016-06-15T00:00:00Z
  • My husband and I had a brief overnight stay in Penola with Lizzy and Peter. We had a private room and lounge attached to the main house, but had the area to ourselves. They made us feel very welcome, and the room was very comfortable, clean, cosy and quiet. Bathroom and toilet were down the passage, but that was not a problem at all. Penola is a lovely town, and we could have stayed longer if time allowed. Thanks Lizzy and Peter for having us overnight...we appreciated your hospitality.

    Wendy2016-06-19T00:00:00Z
  • Its a great place to relax.

    Franz2017-02-12T00:00:00Z
  • Elizabeth was a very hospitable host. It was lovely to meet her and her husband Peter and their three adult children. The home was very comfortable and clean with a lovely private sitting room. Elizabeth even had vases of beautiful roses from her garden to add that special touch.

    Samantha2016-12-22T00:00:00Z
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    Penola, South Australia, Australien

    Winella Home Stay Penola Coonawarra
    50 Bewertungen
    Finally, our ensuite cabins have arrived! This group of 4 self-contained cabins have private 5m patios with a kitchenette, BBQ and all the essentials - heating, cooling, TV, shower, toilet, double and single beds and peace and quiet. At the best price in Coonawarra. Plus a cellar door, winery shuttle and minibar. Dont book just one - invite friends and share a drink on the patio at sunset over the lake. You will be impressed!
    An economical and romantic alternative to a boring hotel room - enjoy a glass of Coonawarra wine on your private deck or at the communal fire. With everything provided in your self-contained cabin, you don't need to come out if you don't want to - and there is free WiFi also! When and if you emerge you will enjoy the bush environment, the farm animals, the vineyard and the grassy paddock. Take our shuttle to the Coonawarra Wineries Walking Trail for just $15 per person and enjoy wine tasting at 6 famous cellar doors, lunch at Fodder and an afternoon rest before dinner... Our standard breakfast includes cereal and toast. Of course, you can spoil yourself with a full breakfast of bacon and home-grown eggs, juice, toast, extra firewood, and a bottle of Coonawarra wine on arrival - just $50 per couple with the Deluxe option.
    Think Coonawarra, and thoughts of sumptuous reds spring to mind – from the rich rust-coloured Terra Rossa soil for which it’s internationally recognized, to the prized red wines that have made it famous. There are the ruddy cheeks of those who tend the vines; the crimson sunsets that sweep across a vast horizon; and of course, there’s the fiery passion in the veins of our vignerons and winemakers. Almost a million years ago, an ocean teeming with sea-life lapped at the feet of the ancient Kanawinka Escarpment. Then came an ice age, and the great melt that followed led to the creation of the chalky white bedrock which is the foundation of this unique region. But nature had not finished, for with her winds, rain and sand she blanketed the plain with a soil rich in iron, silica and nutrients, to become one of the most renowned terroir soils in the world. Long and narrow, this celebrated ridge of earth, together with pure underground water, cool nights and a long, mild growing season, is Nature’s gift to wine lovers across the globe. This precious parcel of land is some of the most valuable agricultural land in the nation, and recognised as Australia’s premier red wine region, contributing fruit to some of the finest wines in the world. But of course, it took human spirit and ingenuity to bottle it, and like all great appellations, the wines of Coonawarra speak not just of the famous terroir, but also of the local community and people who give those wines their character. It began with the vision of John Riddoch in 1890, and his first plantings of vines; then championed into the next century by the Redmans; and given a renaissance by the Wynns in 1951. These names are still revered, and their vision and heritage is proudly upheld by the world-class wineries which now call Coonawarra home. Today, new generations of old winemaking families toil alongside an influx of fresh talent to ensure the spirit of the Coonawarra wine region continues to thrive. It is a community that’s vibrant, passionate, sophisticated and unique – one that salutes tradition while embracing innovation. At vintage, every picker, cellar-hand and winemaker devotes the same commitment to nurturing each parcel of delicate fruit and crafting them into wines of exceptional distinction that lend themselves perfectly to maturing in the cellar before flowing lusciously from bottle to decanter to glass. Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignons not only taste exceptional when young, but they also cellar brilliantly. The ageability of Coonawarra wines are world class, and it’s what sets our wines apart from others: a fact endorsed by generations of collectors around the world, who have cellared them for up to 60 years. Together, our landscape, our people and our passion work in harmony to create a signature wine region that delivers on a myriad of levels, from the truly magnificent rust-red earth below to the lush, vivid green vines and big blue skies above; the cool Cabernet Sauvignons, Shirazes, Chardonnays and Rieslings have made Coonawarra one of the New World’s greatest appellations. (C/- Coonawarra Vignerons)
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    Coonawarra, South Australia, Australien

    Camawald Cottage is: * situated in the heart of the famous Coonawarra wine district * nestled in a 10 acre acclaimed garden * very private and secluded surrounded by farmland and vineyards. * idyllic peaceful views from both the front verandah and rear deck. Guests are welcome to wander around the extensive garden with its lake, magnificent old redgums and exotic trees as well as over 1000 roses. A lawn tennis court, a barbecue at the rear deck & an outside logfire are added attractions.
    Two bedrooms each with en suite bathroom, one with queen bed the other has two single beds. There is a large Kitchen/dining/ lounge area between the bedrooms This is ideal for two couples travelling together or meeting at Camawald, a family or just a couple.
    Camawald Cottage is central to more than 20 wineries each with their unique attractions for visitors including distinctive Cellar Door sales outlets. The World Heritage listed Naracoorte Limestone Caves, Bool Lagoon Nature Reserve and the features of surrounding towns & this productive agricultural region can be easliy visited as day trips.
  • A fantastic base to explore the Coonawarra wine region. Sue was incredibly friendly; the home was set in a very peaceful and idyllic setting; and the amenities provided were outstanding.

    Phillip2017-01-14T00:00:00Z
  • Sue 非常热情,John邀请我儿子和他一起开了草卷车,孩子开心的不行!房间设施齐全,非常干净,冰箱里准备早餐的食材!这个农场Sue和John用心的经营体现在每一处细节!青草Sue带着我们参观她的农场,非常美,对于从大都市来的人们是个非常好的体验!

    wen2017-02-10T00:00:00Z
  • Sue & John were fantastic hosts and made our stay memorable indeed! We booked a very last minute trip with them, and they very kindly moved things around to ensure they were able to accommodate us (a party of four). In the end, we stayed in their beautiful home with them as their separate guest houses were full up. This was communicated to us swiftly and we are very happy things worked out as they did! They pride themselves on creating beautiful, comfortable spaces for their guests, and the thought and detail really showed. Even more than the lovely space, we enjoyed their good company and the stunning surrounds of their gardens and farm. Camerwald is peaceful and picturesque, and located right in the midst of the Coonawarra wine stretch. You really cannot have a better location for touring around. We would highly recommend this listing for an authentic dose of country hospitality and a relaxing, rejuvenating experience in one of Australia's best wine regions. Thank you, Sue & John!

    Kristen & Ankit2017-06-12T00:00:00Z
  • We were made to feel welcome even before we arrived. We were running a little late so Sue put the heater on so the cottage was warm when we arrived. The breakfast provisions were plentiful and the homemade jams and bread were delicious. The location is peaceful in a rural setting but handy to the many cellar door locations. Would gladly recommend.

    Michele2016-09-04T00:00:00Z
  • Sue was wonderful, the place is cosy and secluded with lovely views and extensive garden. We loved the home made produce and walking in the garden. Sue was great to communicate with and ensure the lights were on for our late arrival. A lovely place to relax and enjoy nature - we'll be back again!

    Francis & Olivia2016-12-11T00:00:00Z
  • Amazing location with excellent communication and care from our hosts. Has a grass tennis court and beautiful gardens. Great location, can definitely recommend for your stay in Coonawarra!

    Ben2017-03-28T00:00:00Z
  • Great place, pet friendly, very central to the beautiful Coonawarra

    Claire2017-04-09T00:00:00Z
  • The quessential Australian country escape on a dirt road surrounded by stunning countryside, (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN)s and bird life. The information provided by Sue is incredibly helpful and the privacy despite being on their extensive property is to be enjoyed. Sue brings over fresh homemade bread for breakfast and there is fresh produce supplied for a cooked breakfast as well as homemade jams, chutneys and cookies to have with your cups of tea. Accommodation is in a perfect location for exploring the wine region of Coonawarra and there is a handful of wineries within walking distance. There isn't much these fantastic hosts haven't thought of and the layout of the accommodation was perfect for my dad and I with seperate room and bathrooms each at opposite sides of the building. Beds are incredibly comfortable with electric blankets provided for the chilly nights. I highly recommend to stay here if you are heading to Coonawarra.

    Simone2017-06-08T00:00:00Z
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    Coonawarra, South Australia, Australien

    Feel the charm of yesteryear, when you stay at Sarah's Cottage, circa 1872 Perfect stay for wine tasting in Coonawarra. Open fireplace, 2 person corner spa, R/C Air conditioning. Full breakfast provisions for cooked breakfast. Stroll to shops, cafes, galleries and restaurants. Perfect rendezvous location between Adelaide & Melbourne.
    Sarah's Cottage is one of Penola's historical homes, surrounded by gardens in a convenient location. It's a quaint one bedroom cottage perfect for 1 couple.
    Penola is a friendly little town in a central location for exploring the Limestone Coast. Perfect stay for wine tasting in Coonawarra. Easy drive to Mount Gambier (Blue Lake), Naracoorte (caves) and beaches at Robe, Kingston, Beachport and more. Visit the Mary MacKillop Centre and learn about 'Where it all began' for Australia's first saint.
  • Leolla was great at communicating with us prior to our visit. Telling us the great things to do in the surrounding areas (Blue Lake, wine tasting), helping us with dinner reservations (Pipers), etc. We really enjoyed the town and were very glad we chose the cottage. It was a nice welcoming to have cheese and wine and also bread and eggs for breakfast. The tea selection was fantastic as well. We helped ourselves to watching some of the DVDs and enjoyed the lovely spa bath as well. It was a great weekend!

    Caroline2016-03-30T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely cottage, just as described in the listing. We were very well provided for; the cottage was clean and very comfortable, in a fantastic location backing onto parkland and close to the centre of Penola. Leolla was easy to contact. Highly recommended!

    Morag2016-12-11T00:00:00Z
  • Sarah's Cottage is cosy and private. It has everything you can ask for - charm, comfort and convenience. Bubbles in the fridge, home-made bread and a tranquil garden setting helped make our three-night stay special.

    Mark2015-12-31T00:00:00Z
  • We had a great stay at Sarah's cottage. The breakfast provisions were delicious and plenty, and the location was great. Right near the IGA, and police station. The house is really quaint and gorgeous- makes for a great experience although you may have a bit of trouble if you are exceptionally tall! My husband is 6 foot, and had no issues though.

    Irma2016-04-26T00:00:00Z
  • This was a perfect place to stay to experience the Coonawarra region. It was such a relaxing getaway! Leolla had provided plenty of coffee, tea, eggs and bacon for us! Home made bread and addictive biscuits(cookies) were also provided. There was even port and chocolates for a nightcap or sundowner! Spa bath was very relaxing! Short 2 min walk to supermarket and 5 min walk to lots of cafes or restaurants. Short drive to amazing wineries!

    Patrick2016-09-27T00:00:00Z
  • Sarah's cottage is a beautiful old cottage. Cosy and warm, with a beautiful garden. Leolla provides everything you could possibly need - great breakfast provisions, homebaked bread, and lots of information on local wineries and restaurants. We arrived late and so didn't get to meet Leolla, but her instructions were clear and she responded promptly to our messages. The Coonawarra wineries are about 10 km up the road - we rented cycles nearby and spent a very nice day in the vineyards.

    Gina2016-12-07T00:00:00Z
  • We had a fantastic stay at Sarah's cottage! Perfect location and the cottage was well appointed. Breakfast provisions were plentiful and lots of options. Leolla was a great host, incredibly helpful and friendly. Highly recommend this as a base to explore the Coonawarra.

    Georgia2017-03-22T00:00:00Z
  • Sarah's cottage hosted by Leolla was one of the loveliest cottages we have stayed in. Leolla is so welcoming, personal touches like baking bread to our request and being so kind as meet us at the local wine bar when we arrived early. It was like meeting an old family friend. Such a lovely and thoughtful hostess. The cottage is just as you enter the town, surrounded by a quaint cottage garden and the back of the cottage looking out onto a park (where we watched the outback birds with a glass of local wine over dinner). My partner is 6'3" and had no issues with this lovely 19C cottage, there is a sloped ceiling in the traditional way of 19c kitchens but 12f studs in the two main living rooms. A nice queen bed, a kitchen with BBQ area outside and as mentioned in other reviews a lovely double spa and Leolla has toughly supplied bubble bath and robes. The perfect romantic getaway in at the start of the Coonanwara. The bushmans Inn wine bar is a nice place for a relaxed drop of wine and a good place to start a local education of the areas wines. Thankyou Leolla!

    Michelle & Alexandre 2017-01-07T00:00:00Z
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    Penola, South Australia, Australien

    Sarah's Cottage Penola - Coonawarra
    22 Bewertungen
    Merlot Verdelho Residence offer spacious fully self-contained luxury for the discerning traveller who seeks style & comfort. The master room is a unique and spacious mezzanine-style room featuring a king size bed, ensuite featuring a double rainfall shower. The ground floor if required & booked are 2 private bedrooms. The second bathroom is adorned with an indulgent freestanding spa bath, double basins & double shower to ensure you feel pampered & relaxed. Catering for 1-6 couples or singles.
  • Rachel’s place was amazing, walking distance from town, clean and spacious. I would recommend staying here. We will be back

    samantha2017-10-22T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful place to stay in Penola for a weekend getaway! The hosts were really helpful when we needed it, and the place was gorgeous. Definitely coming back!

    Amanda2017-10-15T00:00:00Z
  • It's a very nice place in a quiet small town. The king room on the second floor is awesome, but the downstair bathroom with spa is the spotlight star. Everything is nice and clean, definitely matches 5-star hotel with 3-star hotel price.

    Alan2017-04-10T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful home and wonderful people that own it! Will be back. Thank you! Jess, Jess and Allie.

    Jessica2017-03-18T00:00:00Z
  • Brilliant stay. Lots to do around the house and the house itself is fantastic. Definatly going to stay again

    Duncan2017-09-10T00:00:00Z
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    Penola, South Australia, Australien

    Merlot Verdelho Residences
    5 Bewertungen

    Beliebte Unterkünfte

    Delightful turn of the century cottage, beautiful renovations showcasing original heritage, Self-catering, fully cooked breakfast for first night stay. 2 Bedrooms comprising of 1 Queen and 1 Double, bathroom with shower and bath, spate toilet. R/C Air, Log Gas Fire, Laundry, patio and generous provisions. Feel the charm of yesteryear, when you stay at Cameron's Cottage, circa 1850. Perfect stay to experience wine tasting in Coonawarra Special offer - 4th guest can stay at no extra charge
    Cameron's Cottage is one of Penola's historical homes, surrounded by gardens in a convenient location. It's a quaint 2 bedroom cottage perfect for 2 couple's. Stroll to shops, cafes, galleries and restaurants. Perfect rendezvous location between Adelaide & Melbourne. You will not be disappointed yo discover this immaculately presented cottage in a lovely part of Penola close to shops, cafes, galleries and restaurants. Situated on large block surrounded by cottage gardens, You will fall in love with this cottage and its tasteful decoration. Perfect rendezvous location between Adelaide & Melbourne. Penola welcomes guests from all backgrounds
    Penola is a friendly quaint town steeped in history, located in a central position in order to explore the Limestone Coast. Penola is located at the start of the Coonawarra Wine region and is the perfect place to explore the many cellar doors. Easy drive to Mount Gambier (Blue Lake), Naracoorte (caves) and beaches at Robe, Kingston, Beachport and more. Visit the Mary MacKillop Centre and learn about 'Where it all began' for Australia's first saint.
  • Tall people - Duck!! This is a charming but very old cottage, built in the days when people were shorter and the doors correspondingly lower. It is a beautifully restored and updated original cottage, with features such as whitewashed external walls, timber slab feature walls, timber slab flooring, combined with modern bathroom and kitchen facilities. On arrival we found to our delight a fresh loaf of bread on the kitchen table, together with all we needed for a tasty brekky. Comfortable beds, a good tv (with dvd/bluray player), sound system (with CDs), and good heating / air con round out the inside of the house. The garden is beautiful, suggesting it is a passion project for someone. There seemed to be a mauve / purple theme, with many flowers of those hues including lavender, irises, and many others I couldn’t name. There are directors chairs to move outside if the weather is good, or to use in the sunroom which is flooded with sun in the mornings. The kitchen is very well stocked with utensils (much better set up than nearly anywhere else we've stayed), and even has a dish washing brush (which seems to be a rarity in rental places these days). We would happily stay here again, and have no hesitation recommending it to others.

    Ian2017-10-30T00:00:00Z
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    Penola, South Australia, Australien

    Cameron's Cottage
    2 Bewertungen
    Sotto il noc (Under the walnut) A quaint 2 bedroom stone cottage situated centrally in Penola. Walking distance to shops, galleries and cafes, and a short drive to Coonawarra to cellar doors. What more could you ask for? Tarrif Book for 1 person @ $150 per night secures entire property with 1 queen room. Book for 1 additional person @ $50.00 to secure the second queen room. Please do not book for more than two people when booking both queen rooms or the system will overcharge. Min 2 nights
    Sotto il noce was built in the early 1930's from materials salvaged from the historic Penola Police complex when it was demolished. The cottage sits on part of the old complex footprint. Huge garden and orchard with charming cottage. Also undercover off street parking for 2 vehicles. Drive in and out as lots of room to turn your vehicle
    Position and privacy on a double block with extensive garden and orchard. Lots of places to sit and indulge and walking distance to shops, cafes, restaurants and galleries
  • A great place to stay to explore the great wineries of the Coonawarra. We were two couples and David's place was perfect. The attention to detail was above and beyond. Very organised and exceptionally clean. We would not hesitate to stay in this very comfy house again. We've stayed in quite a few Airbnb and this was the best. Bed was super great. Excellent!

    Annette2017-04-17T00:00:00Z
  • Very convenient to wineries and town. Thoroughly recommend it.

    Ian2017-04-06T00:00:00Z
  • Excellent location in a beautiful cottage . Highly recommended to anyone visiting the Coonawarra region.

    Brett2017-05-11T00:00:00Z
  • David's cottage was extremely welcoming and clean. It is quite centrally located - only a few minutes' drive away from the wineries. He has clearly put a lot of thought into furnishing the cottage. We all enjoyed our stay very much and would not hesitate to return (perhaps in the warmer months next time so we can enjoy the beautiful garden).

    Teruni2017-06-11T00:00:00Z
  • Great location - walking distance to pubs/cafes. Excellent property - clean and very comfortable. David couldn't have been more helpful. Highly recommended.

    Justin2017-01-12T00:00:00Z
  • Fantastic service, the place was as clean as a whistle. Highly recommended.

    Kelly2017-10-21T00:00:00Z
  • Jordan2017-05-21T00:00:00Z
  • We had a lovely stay in the delightful house. We highly recommend for two couples!

    Rhys2017-10-02T00:00:00Z
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    Penola, South Australia, Australien

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    18 Bewertungen
    The White House is located in the heart of the historic town of Penola adjacent to the Coonawarra Wine region. You’ll love this villa because it offers total luxury boutique accommodation for anyone looking for a romantic and indulgent stay. Perfect accommodation for couples and business travellers.
    Bedrooms 1 & 2 with Queen size Beds Bedroom 3 has 2 King Single Beds or made up as King Bed Main Bathroom, pure white with contrasting blue & white Spanish imported tiles Powder room located off the rear foyer for convenience Designer kitchen with contemporary appliances and an adjacent pantry, fully equipped for the gourmet cook and the entertainer. Generous living and dining area with seating for 6
    Meander across the street to the upmarket and contemporary restaurant, Pipers of Penola, offering a quality dining experience, to the historic Heyward’s Hotel for a more casual dining or to view the famous Mary McKillop Penola Centre, an inspirational place in Penola, where it all began. The main street of Penola, Church Street, full of cafes, restaurants & galleries, is only a 2 minute walk away and a delight for guests who are looking for a real retail therapy experience. The White House is central to more than 20 wineries in the region, the World Heritage listed Naracoorte Caves, the Bool Lagoon Nature Reserve & features of surrounding towns can be visited on day trips.
  • Great location, close to shops, bakery, restaurants yet incredibly quiet. The house was beautifully furnished, and exceptionally clean. We were absolutely delighted to find that the host had thought of everything, including the provisions left for us in the fridge and pantry, down to different types of milk options and fresh flowers through out! Definitely felt the country hospitality!! And would highly recommend it to anyone coming to this area.

    Jolanta2017-05-07T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful house, great place to stay!

    Emma2017-04-17T00:00:00Z
  • This was a perfect long weekend getaway. A beautiful house and location. Only a very short drive to the wineries and an even shorter walk to the nearby pub and restaurants.

    Graham2017-03-12T00:00:00Z
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    Penola, South Australia, Australien

    The welcoming fires and cosy snugness of Myall Cottage begins a journey into a rural past. This unique 3-bedroom cottage is surrounded only by paddocks and provides a pastoral view from every window. The complete absence of TV, Internet and phone coverage is a true escape but it is still only a short trip to Penola's 'Coonawarra Wineries' and Art Galleries, Mt Gambier's famous Blue Lake and its Jazz Festival and the historic township of Casterton with its rolling green hills.
    Myall Cottage sits in the middle of farmland reached by a bumpy track and is framed by wide views of paddocks with grazing cows. Aunt Daphne, born in 1909, was the last to live in the Cottage which saw it's heyday in the 1920's to 1930's. You will find that not much has changed since. This 100 year old cottage retains all its original furniture and historic fittings so expect some degree of quirkiness. The simple kitchen and bathroom are well equipped but there are fires to light, farm gates to open and shut and you will be awoken to the sound of chortling of magpies. If you take the time to spend a few days, the Cottage will cast a spell as you live a slower pace of life in a different era.
    Myall Cottage is not only half way between Adelaide and Melbourne but it is located in the middle of the country townships of Penola, Casterton and Mt Gambier, all easy driving distance away. I have included a few photos in my Listing to give you a taste of the local attractions. Penola is renowned for its Coonawarra Wine District and there are many welcoming vineyards to visit. In addition, Penola has Art Galleries, Cafe's' many Vintage and Collectible shops as well as the Mary McKillop Penola Centre. Casterton is a picturesque country town in a valley surrounded by green rolling hills. It is famous for its Kelpie Festival in June and there are many Kelpie Trail walking tracks along the Glenelg River. There is a fabulous Cafe, 'Say Grace', which is well worth stopping for lunch or coffee and cake. Casterton is also the gateway for exploring the Grampians or heading onto the Great Ocean Road. Mt Gambier is a large country centre with many tourists attractions including the geologically interesting landscapes of the Blue Lake; Caves, Sinkholes and Gardens. All this within easy reach of Myall Cottage to add interest to your stay.
  • This place is unique with the cottage persevered as it is until now. Is a beautiful place to stay in, just be prepare for not having network for communication.

    Ah Ber2016-12-02T00:00:00Z
  • The cottage was wonderful, we travelled extensively everyday but at night we found it totally relaxing. Ree contacted us every day to make sure everything was OK. Although we did not need anything it was reassuring to know that assistance was available if required. We enjoyed our toast made on the fire coals for breakfast every morning & the duck eggs provided by Ree were delicious. There was plenty of fire wood provided. If you want a secluded break that is an authentic piece of times gone by this is the one for you. Cheers Joe & Sol.

    joe2016-10-29T00:00:00Z
  • Old world charm. Loved going back to a time before the computer age. So much to see and do at Myall cottage and it's peaceful surrounds and just take in nature, the farm with its animals and bird life. We did venture across the border and explored Penola and the Mary McKillop Centre and learnt show much about Australia's first Saint. Mt. Gambier was another intersesting place not far away and the "lake" was sky blue. Thank you Ree for making us so welcome and our grandchildren enjoyed playing all the old musical instruments and learning how Australians lived and worked early last century. Your apples were delicious.

    Geoff2017-04-05T00:00:00Z
  • Note to future guests: do not leave town (penola if coming from Mt Gambier, Casterton if from Melbourne) until you've called Mary. Other than that it was our best stay in SA. Absolutely loved everything.

    Chan2017-06-04T00:00:00Z
  • a fantastic place to stay if you want to get away from everything. Beautiful paddocks with cattle roaming free, the family walked around the out buildings. Ree was very hospitable and the cottage was warm and inviting would love to stay a bit longer.

    Hung2016-11-13T00:00:00Z
  • In one word I can describe our stay. FANTASTIC! Pictures of the listing couldnt describe how wonderful we found the property. The cottage was another world away and from another time compared to our regular life. Its been a long time since we have been able to switch off and just enjoy the simple things only a farm property like Myall cottage can offer. More than that, its a time capsule of the life and experience of early 1900's (with a few modern conveniences). Ree & Andrew- dont change a thing. We will be back

    Richard2016-09-10T00:00:00Z
  • Such a beautiful place! Had a really lovely visit for a weekend. Close to Coonawarra (Penola) wine district, mt gambier, and casterton. Easy drive to Penola for wine tasting and dinner. Ree has board games and cards! We brought some too and stayed up very late playing monopoly and gazing up at the star filled sky - with a glass of Coonawarra cab sav! Will be back - very excited to hear it is pet friendly.

    Patrick2017-03-04T00:00:00Z
  • A magnificent getaway, the serenity and history of Myall is unsurpassed. A lovely way to experience rural Australia and the Coonawarra vineyards. Ree was a wonderful host; punctual,helpful and generous. Would love to go back.

    Georgia2017-11-07T00:00:00Z
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    Lake Mundi, Victoria, Australien

    Myall Cottage Home Stay
    34 Bewertungen
    Have you ever tried glamping? That is, camping, with a real bed and 240v power, and no need to put up and pull down the tent? The full camping experience without the hassle? Warm in winter and cool in summer, this cosy bell tent is located next to the vineyard and lake. It is 5m across and accommodates up to 4 people. New shared bathrooms, breakfast, electric blanket and tea and coffee in your yurt are included as standard. A $50 deluxe upgrade is also available (heating, food and wine+).
    An economical and romantic alternative to a boring hotel room - enjoy a glass of Coonawarra wine next to your own campfire at your own outdoor setting. With tea and coffee provided in your powered yurt, a huge king bed and power points for your lights, iPad and iPhone, you don't need to come out if you don't want to - and there is free WiFi also! When and if you emerge you will enjoy the bush environment, the farm animals, the vineyard and the grassy paddock. Take our shuttle to the Coonawarra Wineries Walking Trail for just $15 per person and enjoy wine tasting at 6 famous cellar doors, lunch at Fodder and an afternoon rest before dinner... Our standard breakfast includes cereal and toast. Of course, you can spoil yourself with a full breakfast of bacon and home-grown eggs, juice, toast, extra firewood, an electric space heater and a bottle of Coonawarra wine on arrival - just $50 per couple with the Deluxe option.
    Think Coonawarra, and thoughts of sumptuous reds spring to mind – from the rich rust-coloured Terra Rossa soil for which it’s internationally recognized, to the prized red wines that have made it famous. There are the ruddy cheeks of those who tend the vines; the crimson sunsets that sweep across a vast horizon; and of course, there’s the fiery passion in the veins of our vignerons and winemakers. Almost a million years ago, an ocean teeming with sea-life lapped at the feet of the ancient Kanawinka Escarpment. Then came an ice age, and the great melt that followed led to the creation of the chalky white bedrock which is the foundation of this unique region. But nature had not finished, for with her winds, rain and sand she blanketed the plain with a soil rich in iron, silica and nutrients, to become one of the most renowned terroir soils in the world. Long and narrow, this celebrated ridge of earth, together with pure underground water, cool nights and a long, mild growing season, is Nature’s gift to wine lovers across the globe. This precious parcel of land is some of the most valuable agricultural land in the nation, and recognised as Australia’s premier red wine region, contributing fruit to some of the finest wines in the world. But of course, it took human spirit and ingenuity to bottle it, and like all great appellations, the wines of Coonawarra speak not just of the famous terroir, but also of the local community and people who give those wines their character. It began with the vision of John Riddoch in 1890, and his first plantings of vines; then championed into the next century by the Redmans; and given a renaissance by the Wynns in 1951. These names are still revered, and their vision and heritage is proudly upheld by the world-class wineries which now call Coonawarra home. Today, new generations of old winemaking families toil alongside an influx of fresh talent to ensure the spirit of the Coonawarra wine region continues to thrive. It is a community that’s vibrant, passionate, sophisticated and unique – one that salutes tradition while embracing innovation. At vintage, every picker, cellar-hand and winemaker devotes the same commitment to nurturing each parcel of delicate fruit and crafting them into wines of exceptional distinction that lend themselves perfectly to maturing in the cellar before flowing lusciously from bottle to decanter to glass. Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignons not only taste exceptional when young, but they also cellar brilliantly. The ageability of Coonawarra wines are world class, and it’s what sets our wines apart from others: a fact endorsed by generations of collectors around the world, who have cellared them for up to 60 years. Together, our landscape, our people and our passion work in harmony to create a signature wine region that delivers on a myriad of levels, from the truly magnificent rust-red earth below to the lush, vivid green vines and big blue skies above; the cool Cabernet Sauvignons, Shirazes, Chardonnays and Rieslings have made Coonawarra one of the New World’s greatest appellations. (C/- Coonawarra Vignerons)
  • Wonderful experience staying in the tent. Wake up to the sounds of nature. If you are worried that you will be cold, fret not as it is warm and toasty inside...

    Kinjal2016-12-05T00:00:00Z
  • The bell tents were absolutely great! And we enjoyed ourselves with making our own fire with the wood Steve provided.

    Jasmijn2017-01-03T00:00:00Z
  • We had a great 2-night stay at the Bush Holiday Park. We stayed in the caravan which was fun, it provides a small kitchen inside and we ate our dinner under the stars with a nice campfire going. We also got up early one morning and took a bush walk through the land nearby, we says some wallabys and kangaroos! Steve's place is located close to all the great wineries as well.

    Melissa & Grant2016-04-13T00:00:00Z
  • We had a lovely stay in the bell tent. It was nice and cool inside and was all powered too.

    Lucy2016-12-22T00:00:00Z
  • The tent itself was really spacious and well equipped. It was a great size for four people and had beds set up with linen and even towels. Unfortunately our overall experience was not good due mainly to the camping area being partially flooded after recent heavy rains. Had it not been for us having a 4WD, we would not have been able to actually get to the tent we had booked. As it was, the only way we could get from our tent to the toilets was if we drove. We really would have appreciated having warning ahead of time that without gumboots, the only way to get from tent to the toilets was in the car. Also we had an esky full of perishables and were set to cook ourselves dinner once we arrived, however we did not realise that the cooking facilities provided was a gas barbeque, no fridge and nothing to eat with or out of. We have camped in the past and obviously realise that you bring all of these yourself, however the way this tent/accom is described on Airbnb it definitely does not make this clear. Lastly, and I think this was just unlucky due to a gas bottle running out at the wrong time, but the shower went cold a few minutes in.

    Susan2016-09-28T00:00:00Z
  • This is a real hidden gem! Right in the heart of all the great wineries and actually positioned right next to the camps own vinyards. The Bell tents were ammaculatley presented with all the bedding required and great touches like tea and coffee facilities as well. The camp surroundings are beautiful and heaps of things for the kids to do. The cleanliness and attention to detail of the facilities are second to none and little touches including the solar lights around the lake make it a great experience. It is also extremely affordable and the only change would be that some of the add on charges like $3 for daily use of the bbq facilities can be easily fixed by including it in the daily price. This way it doesnt make you feel like you have to pay for everything you do on site. Overall this is a great experience and we would definitely be recommending this to all of our friends in Melbourne to take a trip to Steves Bush oasis.

    Charlie2017-01-10T00:00:00Z
  • Great first experience of glamping. Was chilly overnight even on a warm day, electric blanket was great. Bit of a walk to ammenities but bathrooms were very good and clean. Camp kitchen was great, had everything you could need.

    Lisa2017-10-09T00:00:00Z
  • The Coonawarra Bush Camp is a nice little spot not too far away by car from the major wineries. Steve had the yurt decked out so it was a comfortable stay, and he was very helpful with regards to providing winery suggestions and general trip advice. Just to note, we did not anticipate that some of the extra facilities listed e.g. wifi, laundry, are added costs to your trip. It wasn't too much of a hassle for us during our stay, but it might be good to make this clearer on Airbnb for future patrons :)

    Ji Lian2016-06-29T00:00:00Z
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    SA, South Australia, Australien

    In the heart of the Coonawarra wine region. Self contained cottage with r/c air conditioning, open fireplace, healthy hearty breakfast provisions. Perfect for a couple. Conveniently located halfway between Melbourne and Adelaide. Central location in the Limestone Coast of South Australia. Well behaved dog friendly (conditions apply)
    Circa 1860 weatherboard cottage
    Located in the historical Petticoat Lane, an easy stroll to shops, galleries, numerous eating houses and the nearby Mary MacKillop Interpretative Centre in the small but vibrant town of Penola.
  • Wonderful little place. Quiet and relaxing. Location is great with everything you need nearby.

    Chris2017-07-29T00:00:00Z
  • Both Leolla and Jill made us feel very welcome in Penola, and it was great to stay in a little part of the town's history. They provided ample breakfast supplies (much more than what we expected!), recommendations of where to go/places to eat and the cottage was an excellent place to explore Coonawarra from. Thanks for having us!

    Fiona2017-01-02T00:00:00Z
  • After a long drive was great to arrive to a fire going in the fireplace. Prior to arrival Leolla had arranged bookings for a number of things during my 3 day stay which meant when I arrived I could just relax, enjoy the fire and plan wine tasting. The recommendations for local businesses were all excellent, with Pipers restaurant a short walk away, and fine dining that wouldn't be out of place in Melbourne. On my last afternoon SA was hit by a cyclone and we lost power - Leolla to the rescue with candles and even a tip on which local takeaway was still able to cook dinner without electricity. The cottage itself was charming and the provisions for breakfast made it a real home away from home. I will definitely stay here again and would have no hesitation in recommending any of the accomodation options that Leolla manages - should could not have done more to make my stay more enjoyable.

    Roger2016-09-29T00:00:00Z
  • This cottage is a fabulous journey back in time (with some welcome modern additions). A quiet, cozy and very comfortable place to base yourself within walking distance of historical attractions and fine dining. A short journey up the highway takes you to fabulous wineries. We stayed for 3 nights in summer and found the cottage cool and calm. Gorgeous retro features and a blissful verandah make the cottage a joy to relax in and take a break between activities. The cottage is located in the best street in town. Within easy strolling distance of Jill's Vintage store, the sunny beer garden of the Royal Oak, and Pipers - a stunning dining experience in a gorgeous building. Enjoy the friendly sheep and alpaca over the fence! We particularly chose this cottage as we were looking for dog-friendly accommodation. The secure yard and laundry area made it perfect for our furry friend. We highly recommend this cottage, even if you are as tall as Pete and have to duck through the doorways (no injuries, despite all the lovely wine we had!). Thank you Leolla and Jill - excellent hosts of a fantastic cottage.

    Michelle2017-01-21T00:00:00Z
  • Highly recommended

    michel2017-03-04T00:00:00Z
  • Perfect cottage to stay in when visiting Penola. The tourist attractions, shops, restaurants and pubs are within short walking distance, while the ambience and the quietness of the location is ideal. It was also fully self-contained if that is what is needed.

    Richard2017-04-19T00:00:00Z
  • We had a wonderful time and would definitely come back if we are back in this area. The place was clean and cozy. The owners left us delicious bread together with delicious things for breakfast. Thank you Leolla for great hospitality.

    Maurie2016-12-25T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful romantic, quiet and characterful historic cottage in the heart of Penola. Delicious breakfast and wonderful hosts.

    Julie2017-10-30T00:00:00Z
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    Penola, South Australia, Australien

    Davidson Cottage on Petticoat Lane
    13 Bewertungen
    Sleep in a Bell tent under the stars, in the comfort of a cast iron bed, under a thermal woollen quilt after a glass of Coonawarra's finest around a campfire. Book into a 6 course degustation called a 'table for twelve' around an old wool sorting table where you are served by the winemaker and the chef. Enjoy your complimentary bottle of Bellwether wine you choose after tasting with the winemaker. Cook with fresh herbs and eggs with home made sour dough.
    6Ha of beautiful campground, produce garden, historic shearing shed/winery and novel farm animals.
    World famous Coonawarra wine region World heritage listed Naracoorte limestone caves Lobster fishing village of Robe Blue Lake, Mt Gambier
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    Coonawarra, South Australia, Australien

    Have you ever tried glamping? That is, camping, with a real bed and 240v power, and no need to put up and pull down the tent? The full camping experience without the hassle? Warm in winter and cool in summer, this cosy bell tent is located next to the vineyard and lake. It is 5m across and accommodates up to 4 people. New shared bathrooms, breakfast, electric blanket and tea and coffee in your yurt are included as standard. A $50 deluxe upgrade is also available (heating, food and wine+).
    An economical and romantic alternative to a boring hotel room - enjoy a glass of Coonawarra wine next to your own campfire at your own outdoor setting. With tea and coffee provided in your powered yurt, a huge king bed and power points for your lights, iPad and iPhone, you don't need to come out if you don't want to - and there is free WiFi also! When and if you emerge you will enjoy the bush environment, the farm animals, the vineyard and the grassy paddock. Take our shuttle to the Coonawarra Wineries Walking Trail for just $15 per person and enjoy wine tasting at 6 famous cellar doors, lunch at Fodder and an afternoon rest before dinner... Our standard breakfast includes cereal and toast. Of course, you can spoil yourself with a full breakfast of bacon and home-grown eggs, juice, toast, extra firewood, an electric space heater and a bottle of Coonawarra wine on arrival - just $50 per couple with the Deluxe option.
    Think Coonawarra, and thoughts of sumptuous reds spring to mind – from the rich rust-coloured Terra Rossa soil for which it’s internationally recognized, to the prized red wines that have made it famous. There are the ruddy cheeks of those who tend the vines; the crimson sunsets that sweep across a vast horizon; and of course, there’s the fiery passion in the veins of our vignerons and winemakers. Almost a million years ago, an ocean teeming with sea-life lapped at the feet of the ancient Kanawinka Escarpment. Then came an ice age, and the great melt that followed led to the creation of the chalky white bedrock which is the foundation of this unique region. But nature had not finished, for with her winds, rain and sand she blanketed the plain with a soil rich in iron, silica and nutrients, to become one of the most renowned terroir soils in the world. Long and narrow, this celebrated ridge of earth, together with pure underground water, cool nights and a long, mild growing season, is Nature’s gift to wine lovers across the globe. This precious parcel of land is some of the most valuable agricultural land in the nation, and recognised as Australia’s premier red wine region, contributing fruit to some of the finest wines in the world. But of course, it took human spirit and ingenuity to bottle it, and like all great appellations, the wines of Coonawarra speak not just of the famous terroir, but also of the local community and people who give those wines their character. It began with the vision of John Riddoch in 1890, and his first plantings of vines; then championed into the next century by the Redmans; and given a renaissance by the Wynns in 1951. These names are still revered, and their vision and heritage is proudly upheld by the world-class wineries which now call Coonawarra home. Today, new generations of old winemaking families toil alongside an influx of fresh talent to ensure the spirit of the Coonawarra wine region continues to thrive. It is a community that’s vibrant, passionate, sophisticated and unique – one that salutes tradition while embracing innovation. At vintage, every picker, cellar-hand and winemaker devotes the same commitment to nurturing each parcel of delicate fruit and crafting them into wines of exceptional distinction that lend themselves perfectly to maturing in the cellar before flowing lusciously from bottle to decanter to glass. Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignons not only taste exceptional when young, but they also cellar brilliantly. The ageability of Coonawarra wines are world class, and it’s what sets our wines apart from others: a fact endorsed by generations of collectors around the world, who have cellared them for up to 60 years. Together, our landscape, our people and our passion work in harmony to create a signature wine region that delivers on a myriad of levels, from the truly magnificent rust-red earth below to the lush, vivid green vines and big blue skies above; the cool Cabernet Sauvignons, Shirazes, Chardonnays and Rieslings have made Coonawarra one of the New World’s greatest appellations. (C/- Coonawarra Vignerons)
  • Had a super fun time Glamping. The weather outside was cold but we had electric blankets and a heater and were super toasty inside. Plus we had a fire and marshmallows outside. The shared kitchen was fully stocked and clean as a whistle and all free. WiFi was also free. There is power and water inside the yurt and also outside if you were needing to hook up your own gear but everything was provided for us. The host was super friendly and helpful with tips and the other staff were so helpful getting our fire started and welcoming us. The beds were great and the showers were clean with great water pressure. My son was so excited to see all the animals coming out at dusk such as wallabies. A real Australian rural experience. Definitely a highlight of our road trip.

    Sam2017-10-12T00:00:00Z
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    Glenroy, South Australia, Australien

    Sleep in a comfy bed with a warm thermal woollen doona, in a Bell tent next to an 1868 stone Shearing shed now one of the country's hottest wineries. Taste with the winemaker, see the winery and ferments, barrels, pressing. Eat home made sour dough, cook freshly laid eggs, pick herbs and veggies from the garden, cook around a campfire, or spoil yourself and book a degustation at the 'table of twelve'
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    Coonawarra, South Australia, Australien

    Have you ever tried glamping? That is, camping, with a real bed and 240v power, and no need to put up and pull down the tent? The full camping experience without the hassle? Warm in winter and cool in summer, this cosy bell tent is located next to the vineyard and lake. It is 5m across and accommodates up to 4 people. New shared bathrooms, breakfast, electric blanket and tea and coffee in your yurt are included as standard. A $50 deluxe upgrade is also available (heating, food and wine+).
    An economical and romantic alternative to a boring hotel room - enjoy a glass of Coonawarra wine next to your own campfire at your own outdoor setting. With tea and coffee provided in your powered yurt, a huge king bed and power points for your lights, iPad and iPhone, you don't need to come out if you don't want to - and there is free WiFi also! When and if you emerge you will enjoy the bush environment, the farm animals, the vineyard and the grassy paddock. Take our shuttle to the Coonawarra Wineries Walking Trail for just $15 per person and enjoy wine tasting at 6 famous cellar doors, lunch at Fodder and an afternoon rest before dinner... Our standard breakfast includes cereal and toast. Of course, you can spoil yourself with a full breakfast of bacon and home-grown eggs, juice, toast, extra firewood, an electric space heater and a bottle of Coonawarra wine on arrival - just $50 per couple with the Deluxe option.
    Think Coonawarra, and thoughts of sumptuous reds spring to mind – from the rich rust-coloured Terra Rossa soil for which it’s internationally recognized, to the prized red wines that have made it famous. There are the ruddy cheeks of those who tend the vines; the crimson sunsets that sweep across a vast horizon; and of course, there’s the fiery passion in the veins of our vignerons and winemakers. Almost a million years ago, an ocean teeming with sea-life lapped at the feet of the ancient Kanawinka Escarpment. Then came an ice age, and the great melt that followed led to the creation of the chalky white bedrock which is the foundation of this unique region. But nature had not finished, for with her winds, rain and sand she blanketed the plain with a soil rich in iron, silica and nutrients, to become one of the most renowned terroir soils in the world. Long and narrow, this celebrated ridge of earth, together with pure underground water, cool nights and a long, mild growing season, is Nature’s gift to wine lovers across the globe. This precious parcel of land is some of the most valuable agricultural land in the nation, and recognised as Australia’s premier red wine region, contributing fruit to some of the finest wines in the world. But of course, it took human spirit and ingenuity to bottle it, and like all great appellations, the wines of Coonawarra speak not just of the famous terroir, but also of the local community and people who give those wines their character. It began with the vision of John Riddoch in 1890, and his first plantings of vines; then championed into the next century by the Redmans; and given a renaissance by the Wynns in 1951. These names are still revered, and their vision and heritage is proudly upheld by the world-class wineries which now call Coonawarra home. Today, new generations of old winemaking families toil alongside an influx of fresh talent to ensure the spirit of the Coonawarra wine region continues to thrive. It is a community that’s vibrant, passionate, sophisticated and unique – one that salutes tradition while embracing innovation. At vintage, every picker, cellar-hand and winemaker devotes the same commitment to nurturing each parcel of delicate fruit and crafting them into wines of exceptional distinction that lend themselves perfectly to maturing in the cellar before flowing lusciously from bottle to decanter to glass. Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignons not only taste exceptional when young, but they also cellar brilliantly. The ageability of Coonawarra wines are world class, and it’s what sets our wines apart from others: a fact endorsed by generations of collectors around the world, who have cellared them for up to 60 years. Together, our landscape, our people and our passion work in harmony to create a signature wine region that delivers on a myriad of levels, from the truly magnificent rust-red earth below to the lush, vivid green vines and big blue skies above; the cool Cabernet Sauvignons, Shirazes, Chardonnays and Rieslings have made Coonawarra one of the New World’s greatest appellations.
  • A truly scenic stay and an unforgettable night of peace and quiet looking at the stars. Toilets were clean and the tents were really cozy and nice. Steve had been a very kind and gracious host, going the extra step just to make sure we're warm and comfy in winter. 5 stars hands down

    Arthur2017-07-22T00:00:00Z
  • Great location, it was fun sleeping in a comfy bed inside a tent! Best way to camp!

    Georgina2017-10-14T00:00:00Z
  • Great experience

    Rebecca2017-10-16T00:00:00Z
  • Loved the idea of glamping however this was far from it, it's nice but there is much room for improvement. The fee we paid was for the tent only. If staying in winter be prepared to pay $10 an hour for a heater however the beds do have electric blankets. Fire wood is also available at a extra fee $20 for 20 kilos. There are small drums out the front of each tent for you to light a small fire. Wifi is also available at $10 a day per device and that is capped. The bathroom facilities were so clean when we arrived but unfortunately after a big group used them they were filthy and some left unusable. Guests are asked to clean the bathrooms after each use. Apart from a few hiccups on check in - the caretakers asked us to pay the entire fee again as they claim they had never received the money.. it wasn't until we showed them statements with the fee deducted that they let it go. We made the most of our stay exploring the wineries around the region however I don't think we will be rushing back to stay here again.

    Sara2017-07-10T00:00:00Z
  • We stayed one night in June and even though it was cold outside, we had a pleasant sleep thanks to the electrical blanket. Tent is spacious, bathrooms are clean. Would stay again, especially in a warmer season!

    Sandrine 2017-06-09T00:00:00Z
  • Excellent location and a warm welcoming environment. The tents were very warm. I would definitely recommend this place to anyone.

    Joel2017-11-02T00:00:00Z
  • A great camp ground with new clean amenities, the atmosphere was relaxing and the camp fire at night was sensational

    Birgit2017-07-11T00:00:00Z
  • This place is great. The campsite is clean, friendly and very comfortable! Steve was friendly and welcoming, ensuring we had all we need. I wish we'd stayed longer! Really nice place for families too.

    Katie2017-10-08T00:00:00Z
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    Comaum, South Australia, Australien

    You & your family or a group of four friends can sleep in 2 x Bell tents surrounded by majestic 500+ year old redgums, some with scars of canoes made by Aboriginal ancestors, others with 100 year old hand shears imbedded in the trunk by past shearers. Wake to the sound of bird song & sheep grazing. Eat home made sour dough & cook freshly laid eggs with garden herbs. Enjoy your complimentary bottle of Bellwether wine, chosen after tasting with the winemaker in the 1868 stone shearing shed.
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    Coonawarra, South Australia, Australien

    Have you ever tried glamping? That is, camping, with a real bed and 240v power, and no need to put up and pull down the tent? The full camping experience without the hassle? Warm in winter and cool in summer, this cosy bell tent is located next to the vineyard and lake. It is 5m across and accommodates up to 4 people. New shared bathrooms, breakfast, electric blanket and tea and coffee in your yurt are included as standard. A $50 deluxe upgrade is also available (heating, food and wine+).
    An economical and romantic alternative to a boring hotel room - enjoy a glass of Coonawarra wine next to your own campfire at your own outdoor setting. With tea and coffee provided in your powered yurt, a huge king bed and power points for your lights, iPad and iPhone, you don't need to come out if you don't want to - and there is free WiFi also! When and if you emerge you will enjoy the bush environment, the farm animals, the vineyard and the grassy paddock. Take our shuttle to the Coonawarra Wineries Walking Trail for just $15 per person and enjoy wine tasting at 6 famous cellar doors, lunch at Fodder and an afternoon rest before dinner... Our standard breakfast includes cereal and toast. Of course, you can spoil yourself with a full breakfast of bacon and home-grown eggs, juice, toast, extra firewood, an electric space heater and a bottle of Coonawarra wine on arrival - just $50 per couple with the Deluxe option.
    Think Coonawarra, and thoughts of sumptuous reds spring to mind – from the rich rust-coloured Terra Rossa soil for which it’s internationally recognized, to the prized red wines that have made it famous. There are the ruddy cheeks of those who tend the vines; the crimson sunsets that sweep across a vast horizon; and of course, there’s the fiery passion in the veins of our vignerons and winemakers. Almost a million years ago, an ocean teeming with sea-life lapped at the feet of the ancient Kanawinka Escarpment. Then came an ice age, and the great melt that followed led to the creation of the chalky white bedrock which is the foundation of this unique region. But nature had not finished, for with her winds, rain and sand she blanketed the plain with a soil rich in iron, silica and nutrients, to become one of the most renowned terroir soils in the world. Long and narrow, this celebrated ridge of earth, together with pure underground water, cool nights and a long, mild growing season, is Nature’s gift to wine lovers across the globe. This precious parcel of land is some of the most valuable agricultural land in the nation, and recognised as Australia’s premier red wine region, contributing fruit to some of the finest wines in the world. But of course, it took human spirit and ingenuity to bottle it, and like all great appellations, the wines of Coonawarra speak not just of the famous terroir, but also of the local community and people who give those wines their character. It began with the vision of John Riddoch in 1890, and his first plantings of vines; then championed into the next century by the Redmans; and given a renaissance by the Wynns in 1951. These names are still revered, and their vision and heritage is proudly upheld by the world-class wineries which now call Coonawarra home. Today, new generations of old winemaking families toil alongside an influx of fresh talent to ensure the spirit of the Coonawarra wine region continues to thrive. It is a community that’s vibrant, passionate, sophisticated and unique – one that salutes tradition while embracing innovation. At vintage, every picker, cellar-hand and winemaker devotes the same commitment to nurturing each parcel of delicate fruit and crafting them into wines of exceptional distinction that lend themselves perfectly to maturing in the cellar before flowing lusciously from bottle to decanter to glass. Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignons not only taste exceptional when young, but they also cellar brilliantly. The ageability of Coonawarra wines are world class, and it’s what sets our wines apart from others: a fact endorsed by generations of collectors around the world, who have cellared them for up to 60 years. Together, our landscape, our people and our passion work in harmony to create a signature wine region that delivers on a myriad of levels, from the truly magnificent rust-red earth below to the lush, vivid green vines and big blue skies above; the cool Cabernet Sauvignons, Shirazes, Chardonnays and Rieslings have made Coonawarra one of the New World’s greatest appellations. (C/- Coonawarra Vignerons)
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    Glenroy, South Australia, Australien

    Warm in winter and cool in summer, we offer dorm style accommodation - 2 x four bed shared rooms - new and clean, and the price includes linen. Brand new shower and toilet units just outside your room. A full shared kitchen with hot plates, fridges, microwaves and 2 BBQs. Beautifully located next to our lake, the rooms are sound-proofed and carpeted. Park close by and check-in/out any time. Enjoy an open fire or television with one of our Cabernet Sauvignons before turning in.
    Enjoy a glass of Coonawarra wine next to a campfire (wood, paper and kindling on hand) at your private outdoor or indoor setting. With tea and coffee provided, comfortable beds with quality linen and reading lights, you don't need to spend much to be comfortable.
    Think Coonawarra, and thoughts of sumptuous reds spring to mind – from the rich rust-coloured Terra Rossa soil for which it’s internationally recognized, to the prized red wines that have made it famous. There are the ruddy cheeks of those who tend the vines; the crimson sunsets that sweep across a vast horizon; and of course, there’s the fiery passion in the veins of our vignerons and winemakers. Almost a million years ago, an ocean teeming with sea-life lapped at the feet of the ancient Kanawinka Escarpment. Then came an ice age, and the great melt that followed led to the creation of the chalky white bedrock which is the foundation of this unique region. But nature had not finished, for with her winds, rain and sand she blanketed the plain with a soil rich in iron, silica and nutrients, to become one of the most renowned terroir soils in the world. Long and narrow, this celebrated ridge of earth, together with pure underground water, cool nights and a long, mild growing season, is Nature’s gift to wine lovers across the globe. This precious parcel of land is some of the most valuable agricultural land in the nation, and recognised as Australia’s premier red wine region, contributing fruit to some of the finest wines in the world. But of course, it took human spirit and ingenuity to bottle it, and like all great appellations, the wines of Coonawarra speak not just of the famous terroir, but also of the local community and people who give those wines their character. It began with the vision of John Riddoch in 1890, and his first plantings of vines; then championed into the next century by the Redmans; and given a renaissance by the Wynns in 1951. These names are still revered, and their vision and heritage is proudly upheld by the world-class wineries which now call Coonawarra home. Today, new generations of old winemaking families toil alongside an influx of fresh talent to ensure the spirit of the Coonawarra wine region continues to thrive. It is a community that’s vibrant, passionate, sophisticated and unique – one that salutes tradition while embracing innovation. At vintage, every picker, cellar-hand and winemaker devotes the same commitment to nurturing each parcel of delicate fruit and crafting them into wines of exceptional distinction that lend themselves perfectly to maturing in the cellar before flowing lusciously from bottle to decanter to glass. Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignons not only taste exceptional when young, but they also cellar brilliantly. The ageability of Coonawarra wines are world class, and it’s what sets our wines apart from others: a fact endorsed by generations of collectors around the world, who have cellared them for up to 60 years. Together, our landscape, our people and our passion work in harmony to create a signature wine region that delivers on a myriad of levels, from the truly magnificent rust-red earth below to the lush, vivid green vines and big blue skies above; the cool Cabernet Sauvignons, Shirazes, Chardonnays and Rieslings have made Coonawarra one of the New World’s greatest appellations.
  • We were only passing through for the night, the place was perfect for what we needed. Lovely and clean, and great value for money. Steve kindly stayed up to greet us even though we didn't arrive until very late.

    Joanna2017-02-24T00:00:00Z
  • Owner very friendly and responsive to questions. Also cute cat on site. Unfortunately we found the kitchen disappointing as it's freezing at night due to being outside - great for summer, but not winter. TV is therefore also unusable in winter. Room had a scent of wet dog, however I'm sure not a problem if you are bringing a pet too. As a person scared of dogs I also didn't realise to many would be onsite, but no biggie! Wifi is also $10 a day with a 250mb limit which I think is very steep, but obviously optionally.

    Rachel2017-06-14T00:00:00Z
  • 很特别的住宿体验。虽然位置比较偏僻,但开车去镇上也不远。安静,舒适,装修比较新,设施完善,干净整洁。

    C2017-03-12T00:00:00Z
  • Our stay at Steve was good. The room was nice and the kitchen was just renewed.

    Eric2017-04-24T00:00:00Z
  • A great place to stay and Steve is a great host, you won't be disappointed.

    Shane2017-04-21T00:00:00Z
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    Comaum, South Australia, Australien

    Our neat and new private rooms have views over our lake. Full kitchen next door, new shower and toilet units across hall. Perfectly located 2 minutes from main Adelaide - Melbourne highway or as a base to visit the many Coonawarra winery cellar doors. Standard Breakfast only $8 per person (cereal, toast, milk, jam). Deluxe upgrade + $50 per couple - home-grown eggs, bacon, tomato, toast, jams, cereal, milk, bottle of our Cabernet Sauvignon, and red gum fire wood.
    Beautifully located next to the dam, our new rooms are sound-proofed and carpeted. Heating provided. Free WiFi in room. Fully equipped camp kitchen at end of hall (fridges, TVs, pots and pans, knives and forks etc). Helpful staff will assist. Close parking, neat, tidy and economical. Breakfast is included.
    Think Coonawarra, and thoughts of sumptuous reds spring to mind – from the rich rust-coloured Terra Rossa soil for which it’s internationally recognized, to the prized red wines that have made it famous. There are the ruddy cheeks of those who tend the vines; the crimson sunsets that sweep across a vast horizon; and of course, there’s the fiery passion in the veins of our vignerons and winemakers. Almost a million years ago, an ocean teeming with sea-life lapped at the feet of the ancient Kanawinka Escarpment. Then came an ice age, and the great melt that followed led to the creation of the chalky white bedrock which is the foundation of this unique region. But nature had not finished, for with her winds, rain and sand she blanketed the plain with a soil rich in iron, silica and nutrients, to become one of the most renowned terroir soils in the world. Long and narrow, this celebrated ridge of earth, together with pure underground water, cool nights and a long, mild growing season, is Nature’s gift to wine lovers across the globe. This precious parcel of land is some of the most valuable agricultural land in the nation, and recognised as Australia’s premier red wine region, contributing fruit to some of the finest wines in the world. But of course, it took human spirit and ingenuity to bottle it, and like all great appellations, the wines of Coonawarra speak not just of the famous terroir, but also of the local community and people who give those wines their character. It began with the vision of John Riddoch in 1890, and his first plantings of vines; then championed into the next century by the Redmans; and given a renaissance by the Wynns in 1951. These names are still revered, and their vision and heritage is proudly upheld by the world-class wineries which now call Coonawarra home. Today, new generations of old winemaking families toil alongside an influx of fresh talent to ensure the spirit of the Coonawarra wine region continues to thrive. It is a community that’s vibrant, passionate, sophisticated and unique – one that salutes tradition while embracing innovation. At vintage, every picker, cellar-hand and winemaker devotes the same commitment to nurturing each parcel of delicate fruit and crafting them into wines of exceptional distinction that lend themselves perfectly to maturing in the cellar before flowing lusciously from bottle to decanter to glass. Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignons not only taste exceptional when young, but they also cellar brilliantly. The ageability of Coonawarra wines are world class, and it’s what sets our wines apart from others: a fact endorsed by generations of collectors around the world, who have cellared them for up to 60 years. Together, our landscape, our people and our passion work in harmony to create a signature wine region that delivers on a myriad of levels, from the truly magnificent rust-red earth below to the lush, vivid green vines and big blue skies above; the cool Cabernet Sauvignons, Shirazes, Chardonnays and Rieslings have made Coonawarra one of the New World’s greatest appellations. (URL HIDDEN)
  • Beautiful location surrounded by Coonawarra's finest offerings!

    William2017-02-16T00:00:00Z
  • Amenities spotless. Well thought out tiling to the bathroom with automatic lighting from main rooms to bathroom. Outside campers have access to these great facilities. Shower spacious, water perfect temperature. Large fluffy towels, a bonus Whole area pretty much new. Loved the basket of 'walnuts' touch, hope it was ok to take some. Steve certainly knows how to organise 'Glamping' He has a wonderful site, is a fantastic host, making sure I was comfortable after settling in, I felt comfortable, safe and secure. Will recommend to my friends who enjoy camping. Great for single campers.

    Lorraine (Lawrie)2017-08-16T00:00:00Z
  • I wasn't sure what to expect, on arriving I was blown away with the size of the camp and the way it is set up. The site is surrounded by vineyards, magnificent old trees a small lake. lawns, some just planted with the Glamping facilities. The big accommodation area, toilets etc are spotless. Bed comfortable, lovely soft pillows. Spaciousness is what amazed me. Plenty of fridge space with toaster, microwave & BBQ. It was too cold to be in the kitchen area, warmer days it would be great. Nice area for sitting outside. Steve has Interesting 'art' on the walls make time to see it. Cricket and frog sounds in the evening unusual and very relaxing. Overall in my opinion Steve has a 'real treasure' here. Excellent write up about 'The Neighbourhood. Thank you Steve. Friendly dog and cat completes the ambiance.

    Lorraine (Lawrie)2017-08-15T00:00:00Z
  • Really nice tent, comfortable beds. Modern bathrooms. Pleasant atmosphere.

    Justin2017-01-22T00:00:00Z
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    Coonawarra, South Australia, Australien

    The full camping experience without the hassle. Beautifully located next to the lake, these onsite bell tents are 5m x 5m and can accommodate 4 adults easily. Shared cooking and bathroom facilities for all. Many wine and bush activities arranged. Deluxe upgrade $50 - wine, heater, eggs & bacon, fire wood.
    200 acres of bushland, 200 acres of vines, tree farm
  • We had a fantastic stay in the bell tent! We stayed 2 nights on our way to Adelaide from Melbourne. We were travelling with our 4 month old baby boy, so I was slightly nervous about keeping him warm but I needn't be. When we arrived (in the evening) Steve met us and showed us around. He had anticipated we would need to keep the baby warm and had put an electric blanket in the large king sized bed ready for us. He then set about lighting a fire in the fire drum outside our tent (each tent has one) We had a great nights sleep. The facilities are excellent with plenty of clean and modern bathrooms to choose from. Laundry facilities for a reasonable price. The kitchen had everything we needed. We opted for the $50 luxury pack, which gave us bacon, eggs, bread and Orange juice and a bottle of wine to enjoy. We had a small problem with a power outage which was sorted quickly and without fuss by the onsite care taker, who was lovely! Beautiful location and a very special experience! We will be back!

    Rebecca2017-06-03T00:00:00Z
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    Lisa2017-01-30T00:00:00Z
  • Awesome place.

    Shayla2017-02-09T00:00:00Z
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    Coonawarra, South Australia, Australien

    On-site bell tents set up for you!
    3 Bewertungen
    Warm in winter and cool in summer, our new double room offers comfortable accommodation with queen and single - new and clean, price including linen. New shower and toilet units are just outside your door. A full shared kitchen with hot plates, fridges, microwaves and 2 BBQs is also adjacent. Located next to our dam, the rooms are sound-proofed and carpeted. Park close by and check-in/out any time. Flexible terms and free breakfasts off-peak.
    Enjoy a glass of Coonawarra wine next to a campfire (wood, paper and kindling on hand) at your private outdoor or indoor setting. With tea and coffee provided, comfortable beds with quality linen and reading lights, you don't need to spend much to be comfortable.
    Think Coonawarra, and thoughts of sumptuous reds spring to mind – from the rich rust-coloured Terra Rossa soil for which it’s internationally recognized, to the prized red wines that have made it famous. There are the ruddy cheeks of those who tend the vines; the crimson sunsets that sweep across a vast horizon; and of course, there’s the fiery passion in the veins of our vignerons and winemakers. Almost a million years ago, an ocean teeming with sea-life lapped at the feet of the ancient Kanawinka Escarpment. Then came an ice age, and the great melt that followed led to the creation of the chalky white bedrock which is the foundation of this unique region. But nature had not finished, for with her winds, rain and sand she blanketed the plain with a soil rich in iron, silica and nutrients, to become one of the most renowned terroir soils in the world. Long and narrow, this celebrated ridge of earth, together with pure underground water, cool nights and a long, mild growing season, is Nature’s gift to wine lovers across the globe. This precious parcel of land is some of the most valuable agricultural land in the nation, and recognised as Australia’s premier red wine region, contributing fruit to some of the finest wines in the world. But of course, it took human spirit and ingenuity to bottle it, and like all great appellations, the wines of Coonawarra speak not just of the famous terroir, but also of the local community and people who give those wines their character. It began with the vision of John Riddoch in 1890, and his first plantings of vines; then championed into the next century by the Redmans; and given a renaissance by the Wynns in 1951. These names are still revered, and their vision and heritage is proudly upheld by the world-class wineries which now call Coonawarra home. Today, new generations of old winemaking families toil alongside an influx of fresh talent to ensure the spirit of the Coonawarra wine region continues to thrive. It is a community that’s vibrant, passionate, sophisticated and unique – one that salutes tradition while embracing innovation. At vintage, every picker, cellar-hand and winemaker devotes the same commitment to nurturing each parcel of delicate fruit and crafting them into wines of exceptional distinction that lend themselves perfectly to maturing in the cellar before flowing lusciously from bottle to decanter to glass. Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignons not only taste exceptional when young, but they also cellar brilliantly. The ageability of Coonawarra wines are world class, and it’s what sets our wines apart from others: a fact endorsed by generations of collectors around the world, who have cellared them for up to 60 years. Together, our landscape, our people and our passion work in harmony to create a signature wine region that delivers on a myriad of levels, from the truly magnificent rust-red earth below to the lush, vivid green vines and big blue skies above; the cool Cabernet Sauvignons, Shirazes, Chardonnays and Rieslings have made Coonawarra one of the New World’s greatest appellations.
  • Great location, we loved our stay.

    Heidi & James2017-10-01T00:00:00Z
  • Clean, comfortable and inviting. The perfect weekend escape!

    Marnie2017-04-22T00:00:00Z
  • Clean, convenient, friendly and simple

    Edmund2017-04-09T00:00:00Z
  • No problems at all, although any 5-star ratings need to be viewed with scepticism since this venue offer bribes for 100% favourable online reviews.

    Sam2017-05-13T00:00:00Z
  • Clean, comfortable and inviting. The perfect weekend escape!

    Marnie2017-04-21T00:00:00Z
  • Pets welcome, but you have to take a crate/box for your dog if staying in one of the "cabins". The room was compact but clean and easy to heat. Beds were comfy. Toilets and showers were spotlessly clean, and the water was hot! The communal kitchen is large, uninsulated and draughty. The would be a bonus in summer, but in winter it was unpleasant. There were a number of places where condensation dropped from the ceiling-onto the floor and tables. Even the TV had moisture on the front of it. We didn't try to turn it on. It was too cold to hang around in the kitchen any longer than necessary. You can have a campfire, but wood is sold separately.

    Kirstie2017-06-04T00:00:00Z
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    Coonawarra, South Australia, Australien

    Double suite (3 pax)
    6 Bewertungen
    Our neat and new private rooms have views over our lake. Full kitchen next door, new shower and toilet units across hall. Perfectly located 2 minutes from main Adelaide - Melbourne highway or as a base to visit the many Coonawarra winery cellar doors. Standard breakfast just $8 per person extra (cereal, toast, milk, jam). Deluxe upgrade + $50 per couple - home-grown eggs, bacon, tomato, toast, jams, cereal, milk, bottle of our Cabernet Sauvignon, and red gum fire wood.
    Beautifully located next to the dam, our new rooms are sound-proofed and carpeted. Heating provided. Free WiFi in room. Fully equipped camp kitchen at end of hall (fridges, TVs, pots and pans, knives and forks etc). Helpful staff will assist. Close parking, neat, tidy and economical. Breakfast is included.
    Think Coonawarra, and thoughts of sumptuous reds spring to mind – from the rich rust-coloured Terra Rossa soil for which it’s internationally recognized, to the prized red wines that have made it famous. There are the ruddy cheeks of those who tend the vines; the crimson sunsets that sweep across a vast horizon; and of course, there’s the fiery passion in the veins of our vignerons and winemakers. Almost a million years ago, an ocean teeming with sea-life lapped at the feet of the ancient Kanawinka Escarpment. Then came an ice age, and the great melt that followed led to the creation of the chalky white bedrock which is the foundation of this unique region. But nature had not finished, for with her winds, rain and sand she blanketed the plain with a soil rich in iron, silica and nutrients, to become one of the most renowned terroir soils in the world. Long and narrow, this celebrated ridge of earth, together with pure underground water, cool nights and a long, mild growing season, is Nature’s gift to wine lovers across the globe. This precious parcel of land is some of the most valuable agricultural land in the nation, and recognised as Australia’s premier red wine region, contributing fruit to some of the finest wines in the world. But of course, it took human spirit and ingenuity to bottle it, and like all great appellations, the wines of Coonawarra speak not just of the famous terroir, but also of the local community and people who give those wines their character. It began with the vision of John Riddoch in 1890, and his first plantings of vines; then championed into the next century by the Redmans; and given a renaissance by the Wynns in 1951. These names are still revered, and their vision and heritage is proudly upheld by the world-class wineries which now call Coonawarra home. Today, new generations of old winemaking families toil alongside an influx of fresh talent to ensure the spirit of the Coonawarra wine region continues to thrive. It is a community that’s vibrant, passionate, sophisticated and unique – one that salutes tradition while embracing innovation. At vintage, every picker, cellar-hand and winemaker devotes the same commitment to nurturing each parcel of delicate fruit and crafting them into wines of exceptional distinction that lend themselves perfectly to maturing in the cellar before flowing lusciously from bottle to decanter to glass. Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignons not only taste exceptional when young, but they also cellar brilliantly. The ageability of Coonawarra wines are world class, and it’s what sets our wines apart from others: a fact endorsed by generations of collectors around the world, who have cellared them for up to 60 years. Together, our landscape, our people and our passion work in harmony to create a signature wine region that delivers on a myriad of levels, from the truly magnificent rust-red earth below to the lush, vivid green vines and big blue skies above; the cool Cabernet Sauvignons, Shirazes, Chardonnays and Rieslings have made Coonawarra one of the New World’s greatest appellations. (C/- Coonawarra Vignerons Website)
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    Coonawarra, South Australia, Australien

    Get back to nature with our cosy bush bell tents. Double bed and two singles located privately on our large property. No need for power, and save a packet by bringing your own linen and towels. Full camp kitchen and new shower and toilet units. Use as a base to visit the many Coonawarra winery cellar doors. Breakfast included (cereal & toast). Deluxe upgrade + $50 per couple - home-grown eggs, bacon, tomato, toast, jams, cereal, milk, bottle of our Cabernet Sauvignon, and red gum fire wood.
    Beautifully located in natural bushland, our bush bell tents have free WiFi and sleep 4. Each has its own fire pit, bring your own or buy wood on site. Fully equipped camp kitchen in main building (fridges, TVs, pots and pans, knives and forks etc) with 5 new private bathroom and shower units. Helpful staff will assist. Close parking, neat, tidy and economical. Breakfast is included.
    Think Coonawarra, and thoughts of sumptuous reds spring to mind – from the rich rust-coloured Terra Rossa soil for which it’s internationally recognized, to the prized red wines that have made it famous. There are the ruddy cheeks of those who tend the vines; the crimson sunsets that sweep across a vast horizon; and of course, there’s the fiery passion in the veins of our vignerons and winemakers. Almost a million years ago, an ocean teeming with sea-life lapped at the feet of the ancient Kanawinka Escarpment. Then came an ice age, and the great melt that followed led to the creation of the chalky white bedrock which is the foundation of this unique region. But nature had not finished, for with her winds, rain and sand she blanketed the plain with a soil rich in iron, silica and nutrients, to become one of the most renowned terroir soils in the world. Long and narrow, this celebrated ridge of earth, together with pure underground water, cool nights and a long, mild growing season, is Nature’s gift to wine lovers across the globe. This precious parcel of land is some of the most valuable agricultural land in the nation, and recognised as Australia’s premier red wine region, contributing fruit to some of the finest wines in the world. But of course, it took human spirit and ingenuity to bottle it, and like all great appellations, the wines of Coonawarra speak not just of the famous terroir, but also of the local community and people who give those wines their character. It began with the vision of John Riddoch in 1890, and his first plantings of vines; then championed into the next century by the Redmans; and given a renaissance by the Wynns in 1951. These names are still revered, and their vision and heritage is proudly upheld by the world-class wineries which now call Coonawarra home. Today, new generations of old winemaking families toil alongside an influx of fresh talent to ensure the spirit of the Coonawarra wine region continues to thrive. It is a community that’s vibrant, passionate, sophisticated and unique – one that salutes tradition while embracing innovation. At vintage, every picker, cellar-hand and winemaker devotes the same commitment to nurturing each parcel of delicate fruit and crafting them into wines of exceptional distinction that lend themselves perfectly to maturing in the cellar before flowing lusciously from bottle to decanter to glass. Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignons not only taste exceptional when young, but they also cellar brilliantly. The ageability of Coonawarra wines are world class, and it’s what sets our wines apart from others: a fact endorsed by generations of collectors around the world, who have cellared them for up to 60 years. Together, our landscape, our people and our passion work in harmony to create a signature wine region that delivers on a myriad of levels, from the truly magnificent rust-red earth below to the lush, vivid green vines and big blue skies above; the cool Cabernet Sauvignons, Shirazes, Chardonnays and Rieslings have made Coonawarra one of the New World’s greatest appellations. (C/- Coonawarra Vignerons)
  • Great place to stay if you want to explore the wineries. Fantastic locations and experience to stay in the bell tents. Really enjoyed the environment and overall our stay was brilliant!

    Jess2017-09-25T00:00:00Z
  • Bell tents are amazing, very comfortable and unique. Facilities are great, showers, toilets, kitchen etc will definitely stay again and explore the surrounding bushland

    Jesse2017-10-06T00:00:00Z
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    Glenroy, South Australia, Australien

    Bush bell tent - no power, linen
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    Nadine
    Nadine
    2017-02-08
    Tolle und liebevoll angelegte Anlage inmitten der Weinreben. Wir haben uns hier sehr wohl gefühlt! An der sehr freundlichen Rezeption haben wir sehr gute Empfehlungen für Weinproben und Abendessen erh…
    brent
    brent
    2017-09-23
    A great place to stay and John and Sue are great.
    Marnie
    Marnie
    2017-04-23
    Clean, comfortable and inviting. The perfect weekend escape!
    Shayla
    Shayla
    2017-02-09
    Awesome place.
    William
    William
    2017-03-01
    Beautiful location surrounded by Coonawarra's finest offerings!

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