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The Old Stone Cottage.  French doors lead out of the bathroom into a private courtyard
Old Stone Cottage In The Barossa
Old Stone Cottage In The Barossa
2 huéspedes
1 dormitorio
1 cama
1 baño
2 huéspedes
1 dormitorio
1 cama
1 baño
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Ubicado en las colinas del Valle de Barossa, esta pequeña cabaña es una porción de cielo país. Desde la antigua cama doble hasta el baño inolvidable, con una bañera de pie de garra, candelabro, artículos de tocador de lujo y fuego de leña, a la antigua cocina de la granja, (muy viejo, por lo que no hay agua corriente, lo cual es una buena noticia No hago los platos, los hago en la casa principal), te enamorarás. Este es el país australiano en su mejor momento, con el ganado pastando a través de la carretera entre los árboles de goma vieja gigante, a menudo compartiendo su pasto con los canguros locales. Junto a las vacas siempre se puede encontrar la oveja. Escucha las ovejas y sus corderos gritando entre ellos durante la temporada de parto, (junio / julio). La vida de los pájaros es rica y variada, desde los loros coloridos hasta las cacatúas con cresta de azufre, hasta los comedores de abejas del arco iris. Su no tiene que ser un observador de aves para ser encantado por el espectáculo que la madre naturaleza pone aquí! Si puede soportar salir de la cómoda cama antigua, con sus sábanas de algodón frescas, un delicioso desayuno de productos locales le estará esperando. Los platos que contienen higos, moras, membrillos, fresas y ruibarbo se encuentran a menudo sobre la mesa, dependiendo de la temporada. El muesli casero es bastante bueno y productos horneados son normalmente festooning la mesa también, estás de vacaciones que se preocupa por la cintura! Para un poco más adelante en el día, hay generalmente un Riesling refrigerado encantador o se levantó "en la nevera para las noches de verano y en invierno, rizo para arriba en el sofá con una copa de rojo muy bueno. El Valle de Barossa tiene una larga historia de buena comida y vino y se muestra con orgullo aquí. La famosa Bodega Henschke está cerca de allí por un lugar de cata de vinos y estar preparado para ser completamente mimado por las chicas en Cellar Door. La pequeña ciudad encantadora de Eden Valley está a unos 10 minutos en coche al sur. Su antiguo pub es encantador y el bello mirador de Eden Valley le quitará el aliento. A 15 minutos en coche oeste le verá en Angaston y el comienzo de la increíble variedad de bodegas, cafés, panaderías, carnicerías y restaurantes que el Barossa es tan famoso. Es posible que necesite una caminata rápida por Pennys Road después para limpiar su cabeza y quemar unas pocas calorías!
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Nestled in the hills of the Barossa Valley, this little cottage is a slice of country heaven. From the antique double bed to the unforgettable bathroom, complete with a claw foot tub, chandelier, luxury toiletries and wood fire, to the old farm kitchen, (very old, so no running water, which is good news, because that means guests can't do the dishes- I do them in the main house), you will fall in love.
This is Australian country at its best, with cattle grazing across the road among the giant old gum trees, often sharing their pasture with the local kangaroos. Next to the cows can always be found the sheep. Listen to the ewes and their lambs calling out to each other during lambing season, (June/July). The bird life is rich and varied, from the colourful parrots to the sulphur crested cockatoos to the rainbow bee eaters. Your don't have to be a bird watcher to be delighted by the show Mother Nature puts on here!
If you can bear to get out of the comfy antique bed, with its fresh cotton sheets, a delicious breakfast of local produce will be waiting for you. Dishes containing figs, mulberries, quinces, strawberries and rhubarb are often to be found on the table, depending on the season. The homemade muesli is rather good and baked goods are usually festooning the table too- you are on holidays- who cares about the waistline! For a bit later in the day, there is usually a lovely chilled Riesling or rose' in the fridge for the summer nights and in winter, curl up on the sofa with a glass of very good red.
The Barossa Valley has a long history of fine food and wine and it is proudly showcased here.
The famous Henschke Winery is close by- head over there for a spot of wine tasting and be prepared to be thoroughly spoiled by the girls at Cellar Door. The lovely little town of Eden Valley is about 10 minutes drive south. Its old pub is delightful and Eden Valley's scenic lookout will take your breath away. A 15 minute drive west will see you in Angaston and the start of the amazing array of wineries, cafes, bakeries, butchers and restaurants that the Barossa is so famous for. You may need a brisk walk down Pennys Road afterwards to clear your head and burn off a few calories!

Otros aspectos destacables

La tecnología moderna en la nuestra; La cabaña es viejo, con gruesas paredes de piedra, lo que significa que el wifi puede luchar un poco. Recepción móvil puede ser un poco impredecible. Caminar por la colina (es sólo una pequeña colina!) Es a veces necesario para todos nosotros, para conseguir unos bares. La ventaja es que hay un poco de ejercicio para ser tenido y las vistas son geniales! La pantalla de televisión es sólo para dvds. Hay una gran selección para ser tenido!
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Modern technology at ours;
The cottage is old, with thick stone walls, which means that the wifi can struggle a little.
Mobile reception can be a little hit and miss. Walking up the hill (it is only a small hill!) is sometimes necessary for all of us, to get a few bars. The bonus is that there is a little exercise to be had and the views are great!
The tv screen is just for dvds. There is a great selection to be had!

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En la casa viven perros, gatos y otras mascotas
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Detector de humo
Botiquín
Extintor de incendios
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Estancia mínima de 2 noches

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Perfil de usuario de Brian
Enero de 2017
Gillian's stone cottage on the edge of the Barossa Valley in South Australia was the perfect getaway for anyone looking to unwind, get in touch with authentic Australian country, and at the same time have access to all that the Barossa Valley has to offer. We loved the ambiance of the accommodation, the spectacular country vistas and the adorable farm animals and pets. Gillian went out of her way to make us welcome and even took some of her time to show me her favorite places to view the glorious Australian sunsets. A truly remarkable place to stay.

Perfil de usuario de Ona
Julio de 2016
Beautiful little cottage, especially the bathroom! Gillian makes lovely breakfasts, and the animals around the farm were charming.

Perfil de usuario de April
Enero de 2016
Delightful place. Peaceful, quiet, and then, just when you need it, a baby chicken to hold. A great base from which to launch our various wine tasting forays throughout the nearby valleys. Very glad to be able to stay.

Perfil de usuario de Robert
Diciembre de 2014
The welcome was amazing and included a stocked fridge of drinks including beer, cider and a beautiful bottle of wine. We had a lovely time staying here. The cottages were beautiful and unique, we enjoyed the quiet and beauty of the surrounds of the property. The bed was very comfortable and cozy, the bath a treat. It was lovely to meet Laura and hear more about the cottage and the Barossa.

Perfil de usuario de Mai
Junio de 2014
The accommodation was fantastic and easily 5 star worthy! The place was historical and charming with new & clean facilities. Gillian made us feel very welcomed and cooked us an amazing gluten free breakfast! Our only regret was not staying longer!

Perfil de usuario de Wing
Junio de 2013
Gillian was the perfect host for our winter in the Barossa getaway. We were kept nice and warm by the fire that was waiting for us when we arrived and were well looked after with food and hot drinks. Breakfast was a delicious freshly baked loaf with a selection of homemade jams, along with freshly brewed coffee. We loved the pretty country setting and the country charm carried through to the beautiful decor. Highly recommended!

Perfil de usuario de Lee
Noviembre de 2017
We loved our relaxing stay at Gillian’s. After a big trip it was nice to put our feet up and relax on the patio with Finn and Audrey in tow keeping us company. The food was great and bedroom was very comfortable. It was a great place to unwind and enjoy the Barossa Valley wines.

TanundaSe registró en Agosto 2012
Perfil de usuario de Gillian

I live on a beautiful, little, old farm in the hills of the Barossa Valley with my two children. My love of animals has seen me work as a veterinary surgeon for many years and that is reflected by the menagerie that live with us, including the three ponies and beautiful foal, our dogs- Audrey, Lynch and Finn and our meet and greet goats Nancy Drew and Inspector Frost.
When not working as a vet, I am usually in my kitchen or my garden. Preparing a meal with a glass of good Barossa wine by my side or tending to my garden while my geese wander through inspecting my efforts are both my idea of happiness.
I have been lucky enough to travel to many places in the world and have made friends and beautiful memories to last me a lifetime. Now it is time to show the world how amazing my place is.

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