Barossa and Clare Valley Map

Luxury, Romantic and Boutique Accommodation in Barossa Valley and Clare Valley

Are there two valleys anywhere in the world whose names are so intimately linked with great wines, superb food and landscapes of such lyrical beauty than those of Clare and Barossa? We think not. These two spectacular cradles of wine-making now feature on wine lists worldwide and are synonymous with crisp, refreshing whites and richly satisfying reds. Perhaps the best part is the Clare and Barossa Valley accommodation on offer, which allows you to enjoy these wine regions in style and comfort.



Map View of Properties
Amy's Cottages

Auburn (near Clare), sa

6 guests
3 beds
2 accommodation(s)
$170-$200/night
Apartments On Fiedler

Tanunda, sa

6 guests
3 beds
3 accommodation(s)
$165-$195/night
Barossa Vista

Tanunda, sa

6 guests
3 beds
1 accommodation(s)
$300-$600/night
Edenmae Vinestay

Mt Pleasant, sa

5 guests
3 beds
1 accommodation(s)
$185-$195/night
Grand Cru Estate Homestead

Springton, sa

2-6 guests
3 beds
1 accommodation(s)
$400-$990/night
Hughes Park Cottage

Watervale , sa

1-4 guests
2 beds
1 accommodation(s)
$200-$300 /night
Stanley Grammar Country House

Watervale (near Clare), sa

8 guests
4 beds
1 accommodation(s)
$245-$275/night
Stonewell Cottages and Vineyards

Tanunda, sa

10 guests
5 beds
4 accommodation(s)
$305-$465/night
Strathlyn Estate Bed and Breakfast

Angaston, sa

8 guests
4 beds
4 accommodation(s)
$200-$250/night
The Miners Cottage

Cockatoo Valley, sa

6 guests
3 beds
3 accommodation(s)
$175-$240/night
Thorn Park By The Vines

Sevenhill, sa

6 guests
3 beds
3 accommodation(s)
$390-$450/night
Wings Barossa Bird and Bush Retreat

Springton, sa

6 guests
3 beds
1 accommodation(s)
$250/night

Map view of luxury accommodation in Barossa and Clare Valley

Clare and Barossa Valley accommodation is a welcome home to wine lovers

These two valleys offer so much more than elite cellar doors like Peter Lehmann, Richmond Grove and Knappstein. The Barossa has its own extraordinary cultural heritage: it was settled more than 160 years ago by German immigrants from their country’s Prussian heartland. 

Those piously ambitious pioneers imported a European cultural aesthetic and wine-making traditions, which their descendants have preserved and integrated into the easy-going Australian lifestyle. The start of any Barossa adventure should be Gawler on the region’s eastern apex. From this agricultural and economic hub, roads and lanes fan out across the Barossa to the places you know and those you will discover. But we advise a stop in Gawler to admire the historic architecture and photograph the whole panorama from Mengler Hill Lookout. 

Little towns such as Bethany (laid out like a Silesian village) and Marananga are suffused with the architecture and cultural heritage of their German pioneers. The palm-lined avenues of Marananga and Seppeltsfield lead to some boutique cellar doors and food lovers’ haunts, including Maggie Beer’s farm shop. The very English town of Angaston has a magical setting, with gourmet cafes and lovely dining spots.

But it is the search for an individual wine nirvana that brings many travellers to these sublime valleys. As you motor through the region, label after label of Australia’s leading wine brands will suddenly appear around a corner or be signposted up a quiet lane. At Jacob’s Creek, for example, you can see where Johann Gramp planted his first vines. However don’t make your Barossa trip a mere pilgrimage to the great labels; take the opportunity to savour the delights of smaller winemakers such as Stonewell Vineyards, Milhinch Wines and Elderton. 

Just an hour north of the Barossa is its equally enchanting and famous neighbour – the Clare Valley. The Clare Valley’s Riesling Trail is must-do for lovers of the white wine in the long-necked bottle. But don’t just go for the wine; it is only part of the tableau of this rich valley. St Vincent Street in Auburn makes a charming and historic starting point for the 25-kilometre walk, bike or drive through this famous valley.

It doesn’t matter whether you opt for a picnic by a riverbank, a comfy pub meal or the gourmet cuisine served up at Thorn Park By The Vines, your experience in the valleys will be unforgettable. While you're embarking on such grandeur adventures, it's essential to have luxury accommodation awaiting you nearby at the end of each day.

Our handpicked Clare Valley and Barossa Valley accommodation has something to suit every preference. Further afield, we also have a great collection of South Australia accommodation to make for the perfect getaway.


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