Monday, 15 February 2021

Discover the latest luxury accommodation in the Barossa

Fine Acres Estate is the latest luxurious accommodation option in the Barossa. 

The newly renovated Barossa homestead, founded in the 1870s and re-designed by Jamie Gladigau from JBG Architects, is imagined as an ideal base for exploring the cellar doors of the Barossa region. 

Located in Vine Vale, an hour’s drive from Adelaide and in the heart of the Barossa, Fine Acres Estate is close to some of the best restaurants, wineries and produce in South Australia. 

The homestead is located between the three principal towns of Tanunda, Nuriootpa and Angaston.

The renovation took 18 months to complete and mixes gorgeous modern Hamptons-style interior with original 19th-century features to create a private space in a 28-hectare working vineyard.

The homestead overlooks the vines and comprises three suites that have been designed to be used as either a communal accommodation space, or, alternatively, can be divided for separate bookings. It can accommodate between 10 and 14 guests.

The Indelicato and Chizen suites are designed for larger groups of up to six people, each fitted with a living space with Smart TVs, a gas fireplace, gourmet kitchen, en-suite bathrooms, free wifi and access to the large communal entertaining deck with a gas barbecue that overlooks the vineyard.

With room for two guests, the Day suite is perfect for a more intimate getaway with spectacular views from the bedroom that opens out to a small private deck.

“We want to give people the best that Australia’s greatest wine region has to offer,” says co-owner Sandy Day. 

“We support the local community wherever possible, with most of the renovations carried out by local Barossa-based artisans and tradesmen. 

“We also have a few pieces of incredible indigenous artwork on display from talented artists Janet Golder from Utopia in Central Australia and Carolanne Ken from Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands of South Australia.”

Fine Acres Estate also offers a unique underground experience, with an original 1870s cellar restored and ready for enjoying a wine tasting experience or dinner among the barrels.

All guests receive a breakfast hamper upon arrival, full of local Barossa produce, as well as complimentary bottles of Vineyard Road wine and a selection of chocolates from Barossa Valley Chocolate Company.

More details at www.fineacres.com.au 


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