The Barossa Valley is best-known for its vineyards. However, there’s much more to the region, including farmers markets, festivals and fine fresh foods throughout the year, so don’t miss out on the full Barossa experience. But with such a choice, where should you stay? News.com.au offered up accommodation options suitable for every budget:
- If you’re doing Barossa on a budget, there’s no need to look past the Tanunda Caravan and Tourist Park. Whether you’re travelling with a tent or a van, or nothing at all, you’ll be welcomed here, with pitches starting from $30 and cabins from $120.
- Mid-range travellers will have all their needs met at the Novotel Barossa Valley Resort. Dine, swim and play golf with a beautiful view.
- Barossa is spoilt when it comes to luxury lodgings. The Louise and Kingsford Homestead are two of the best-known; however, for a different experience, Stonewell Cottages offer a blissful stay.