The Barossa Valley is one of the best places in South Australia for a weekend away. With so many incredible wineries, fantastic food and handicraft stores, and of course the gorgeous scenery, the Barossa truly is one of the state’s greatest places. Although there’s plenty of hotels to stay at, choosing an Airbnb is an excellent way to meet genuine locals and experience some wonderful country hospitality. To help sort through the astonishingly large range of Airbnb Barossa Valley options, we’ve helpfully highlighted some of the best. So read on, then, for our guide to the best Barossa Valley Airbnbs!
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Airbnb Tanunda & Surrounds
The Barossa Valley is home to fantastic accommodation, whether it be a hotel, motel or Airbnb. Tanunda is one the best places to stay in the Barossa, especially with Airbnb. It’s right in the centre of all the wineries and all of the important services you’ll need for a weekend away.
Halletts Valley Hideaway
Halletts Valley Hideaway is a cute little modern cottage, located among the vines just a couple of minutes drive from central Tanunda. Fully reconstructed in 2017 from the original timber and stone, inside you’ll find a spacious bedroom (complete with king-sized bed!), 1.5 bathrooms, a full kitchen, pod coffee machine, fireplace, and many other luxurious touches. There’s also a generous garden and gazebo, where you can enjoy the wonderful views. Your stay also includes local goodies and drinks on arrival, which is a lovely touch.
The Loft Apartment
The Loft is a chic and modern two storey apartment, located in a quiet street on the southern edge of Tanunda, just a few minutes walk from the centre of town. With its two bedrooms (one with king bed, the other with queen bed), The Loft is a fantastic place for a getaway with friends or family. The space is bright, clean, airy and modern, and comes complete with a full kitchen (cooktop, dishwasher, microwave, coffee machine etc), a large living area with a big TV, wifi, well-appointed bathrooms, multiple outdoor spaces, and supplies for a light breakfast on your first morning.
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The Writer's Studio
Located on the southern edge of Tanunda, walking distance from the best wineries and restaurants, The Writer’s Studio is a cool and funky guesthouse with everything you need for a great stay in the Barossa. A former hay shed converted into a beautiful guesthouse, The Writer’s Studio features a comfortable and firm inflatable queen bed, well-equipped kitchen, dining and sitting areas, and a lovely reading nook in the attic. There’s also several gorgeous chillout spaces in the surrounding orchard. The sofa can also convert into a child’s bed if necessary, making it a perfect space for a family of three.
Airbnb Angaston & Surrounds
Next in our round-up of Barossa Valley accommodation are the Airbnb Angaston options. Angaston is located on the eastern side of the Barossa, and is the smallest of the three main towns in the area. It’s surrounded on all sides by vineyards and is home to some of the Barossa’s best-known wineries, making it a fantastic place to stay.
This fantastic guesthouse is located just a few minutes drive south of Angaston, and is nestled right amongst the vineyards. The suite itself is located directly on a working winery, but with a private entrance and outlook – striking the perfect balance between privacy and closeness. Inside, you’ll find a fully renovated one bedroom suite, with a large queen-sized bedroom, modern bathroom, full kitchen, wifi, air conditioning, and of course a large deck to soak in the magnificent views. Local goodies for breakfast are also included.
Elders Office is a rustic cottage located in a rural area of north-west Angaston. Fully renovated from its past life as a shed, Elders Office has been beautifully modernised with a mixture of fantastic luxury touches and original materials. With a large king bed, fully equipped kitchen (including cooktop, coffee machine and more), large fireplace and chic bathroom complete with bath, Elders Office is a wonderful spot for a weekend couple retreat. There’s even a large deck to fully enjoy the rural surrounds of the Barossa.
Angaston's Rusty Olive B&B
Situated in the heart of Angaston, the Rusty Olive B&B is a fantastic place for a couples retreat in the Barossa Valley. Carefully renovated to keep the rustic charm and heritage features intact, this beautiful cottage boasts a king-sized bed, a kitchen (including coffee machine!), large bathroom with a claw-foot bath and couples shower, and a covered pergola out the back with barbecue. With such a beautiful blend of rustic charm and modern convenience, it’s a great example of Angaston accommodation.
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Airbnb Seppeltsfield & Surrounds
Seppeltsfield is a fantastic little spot in the Barossa Valley. Home to some of the valley’s best wines, Seppeltsfield is also an excellent place to stay if you’re looking for Barossa accommodation that’s a little quieter and more secluded.
Located in the north-east of Seppeltsfield, Lucy’s House is a fully renovated historic cottage on the grounds of the Heritage Wines estate. Dating back to the 1850s, the beautiful cottage features a queen-sized cast iron bed, a full kitchen (plus local breakfast supplies!), air conditioning, wifi, and a sparkling modern bathroom. There’s also outdoor relaxing spaces at the front and rear of the cottage, so you can properly enjoy the Barossa’s country air. Your hosts also provide a complimentary bottle from Heritage Wines, along with a 10% discount in their cellar door.
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The Villas, Barossa
With an excellent location in Seppeltsfield, The Villas is a sparkling and modern guesthouse where you can enjoy your Barossa Valley trip in style. Superbly designed with a large queen bed, full kitchen, a luxury bathroom (including soak tub), wifi and air conditioning, the large windows also maximise views of the surrounding landscape. Decks at both the front and rear of the Villas allow for outdoor relaxing, and are a perfect spot to enjoy your complimentary local breakfast supplies.
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The town of Lyndoch is located in the southern Barossa, and is one of the oldest towns in South Australia. With charming old buildings and plenty of great wineries nearby, it is an excellent choice for staying in the Barossa Valley with Airbnb Lyndoch.
One of the most memorable Airbnbs in the entire Barossa Valley is The Chapel, located in the centre of Lyndoch. An historic church originally built in the 1850s, The Chapel has been fully renovated and modernised while still retaining its heritage and country charm. The beautiful plants and ironstone walls on the outside give way to two comfortable bedrooms inside, both equipped with queen-sized beds. There’s also a full kitchen, gorgeous sunlit bathroom with soak tub, fireplace, and the incredible vaulted cathedral ceiling. Continental breakfast supplies are provided for your first morning, and of course, the shops are just a brief walk away.
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Barossa Valley Glamping
Glamping (or glamorous camping) is an increasingly popular way to get amongst nature, but without all the hassle that camping can bring.
Boongarrie Luxury Tent
Situated in the Flaxman Valley area of the southern Barossa, the Boongarrie Luxury Tent is a beautiful spot for those looking to try their hand at glamping. The large, fixed tent has a well equipped interior, including a queen sized bed, kitchenette (including fridge, microwave, tea & coffee facilities), air conditioning, and a luxurious bathroom kitted out with a claw foot bath and a rain shower! Directly outside the tent is an outdoor kitchen with BBQ, plus a private courtyard and large outdoor areas to wander around. There’s even a small winery just across the paddocks! It’s perfect for a Barossa Valley glamping experience.