Halletts Valley Hideaway

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Entire cottage hosted by Charmaine

  1. 2 guests
  2. 1 bedroom
  3. 1 bed
  4. 1.5 bathrooms
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Charmaine and Steve are the hosts at Halletts Valley Hideaway. The cottage is tucked away on the outskirts of Tanunda, in the heart of the beautiful Barossa Valley. The property was rebuilt from the ground up in 2017 and features high quality fittings, furnishings, appliances and lighting, while recycling the original timber beams and local stone. Enjoy a fabulous getaway experience in a unique, private, secluded, self-contained cottage.

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A rare opportunity to enjoy recently refurbished, high quality accommodation, while experiencing one of the most panoramic views of the Barossa range.

A luxurious blend of rustic and contemporary themes in a secluded location nestled amidst vineyards in the heart of the Barossa.

In the cooler months, enjoy the fabulous Nectre slow combustion heater (kindling and firewood provided).

A generous selection of locally sourced food, drinks and nibbles is supplied with our compliments for you to enjoy! Vegetarian and vegan alternatives can be provided.

We also offer a range of 'enhancements' to the Halletts Valley Hideaway experience - in-room massage, chilled champagne on arrival, pre-dinner gin and nibbles, flowers and chocolates. If you'd like to receive more details, please don't hesitate to contact us.

The Barossa has a wonderful variety of wineries, walks and restaurants. You can find some ideas in the Location section of our listing.

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What this place offers

Garden view
Vineyard view
Kitchen
Wifi
Free parking on premises
TV with Netflix
Air conditioning
Patio or balcony
Garden
Indoor fireplace

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Where you’ll be

Tanunda, South Australia, Australia

Barossa Wineries…

The Barossa has a winemaking tradition stretching back to 1842 and, having escaped the ravages of the phylloxera virus that decimated many European and Australian vineyards in the nineteenth century, is home to some of the world’s oldest vines still in production. Today, the region is home to more than 150 wineries and 80-plus cellar doors. Whilst producers range from large-scale global operations to small-batch artisans they all retain a distinctly local character and visitors can be assured a warm welcome. The local tourist board provides a comprehensive guide to the region’s wine here. Here’s a few of our favourites (in no particular order):

Artisans of Barossa: a group of eight family-owned winemakers who share a tasting room on Murray Street, Tanunda – Hobbs of Barossa Ranges, John Duval Wines, Sons of Eden, Schwarz Wine Co, Purple Hands Wines, Spinifex, Lienert Vineyards and Chaffey Bros Wine Co.

Izway: a ten-minute drive from Halletts Valley Hideaway on the Seppeltsfield Road. If you’re planning a tour of the wineries along the Seppeltsfield Road then make sure you fit a visit to Izway’s cellar door.

Charles Melton: even closer than Izway! Worth visiting either for a tasting or a leisurely bottle on the lawn or maybe a tasting followed by appreciating a bottle of something from the tasting… The cellar door’s on the Krondorf Road, which is also home to Grant Burge Wines, Krondorf Creek Farm, Eperosa, Moorooroo Park Vineyards (and David Austin rose garden) and Rockford Wines. If the weather’s not too warm, catch a taxi to Grant Burge then wend your way along Krondorf Road and St Hallett Road (taking in St Hallet Wines) back to Halletts Valley Hideaway (approximately 5km).

Another then minute drive from the cottage takes you to103 Langmeil Road, Tanunda, the tasting rooms for Michael Hall Wines and Riesling Freak - two different styles of wine, the same commitment to crafting beautiful wines that will stand the test of time.

Rojomoma Wines is slightly farther afield, but well worth the extra ten minutes in the car!

David Franz – a wonderful place for a relaxed lunch (call ahead to check what’s on the menu) alongside a tasting.

Max & Me – slightly further afield, but a lovely drive over to the Eden Valley. The tasting room’s in the Eden Valley Hotel, which serves excellent food.

Z wines – the cellar door’s a wine bar on Murray Street, Tanunda, live music on Friday and Saturday evenings.

Eating in the Barossa …

You don’t have to travel far to eat well (not least because we pride ourselves on providing guests with locally-sourced ingredients for a hearty, yet healthy, breakfast to start the day and a few restorative nibbles to top-up between meals). With the exception of The Eden Valley Hotel everything listed here is within a 15 minute drive of the cottage (and there’s an excellent local taxi company…).

The main street, Murray Street, in nearby Tanunda has a wide variety of options for both lunch and dinner. Starting a the northern end you’ll find 1918 Bistro & Grill . Just along from 1918, there’s modern South-East Asian dining (and a fabulous wine list) at FermentAsian. Diagonally opposite FermentAsian there’s South Australia’s Restaurant of the Year 2020: Musque. A little further down the street there’s Vino Lokal and Char Barossa.

Venturing further afield the Wanera in Angaston, The Greenock, the Stockwell Hotel and the Eden Valley Hotel (see Max & Me above) provide excellent ‘pub food’. If you’re looking for more of a ‘fine dining’ experience then the Barossa has plenty to choose from: Hentley Farm – lunch in the Atrium restaurant Thursday to Sunday (plus a selection of small seasonal plates to accompany tastings 11am to 3:30pm seven days a week); Vintners Bar & Grill – lunch seven days a week, dinner Monday to Saturday; The Louise at Marananga has two options: Appellation and three75 bar & kitchen (less formal, more cocktails and burgers watching the sunset over the vineyards); Fino at Seppeltsfield – lunch 7 days a week. Café life’s also thriving in the Barossa: Darling’s and Red Door Espresso in Tanunda, Fleur Social in Nuriootpa, The Hive in Angaston and El Estanco in Greenock. El Estanco also open on Friday evening’s for “wood fired pizzas over a glass of vino, cocktails and a laugh.” In a category of it’s own there’s Casa Carboni, an Italian cooking school and enoteca in Angaston.

Hosted by Charmaine

  1. Joined in August 2020
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House rules

Check-in: 15:00 - 22:00
Check out: 11:00
Not suitable for children and infants
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events

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Nearby lake, river, other body of water
Carbon monoxide alarm
Smoke alarm

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