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Barossa Valley Hotel Guide

No one knows the Barossa Valley area better than the locals. The 3.5-star Barossa Weintal Hotel/Motel is one of the most popular choices with local travelers. Other hotels worth consideration include Greenock's Old Telegraph Station, with its average guest rating of 4.78; Abbotsford Country House, with a rating of 4.2; and Kingsford Homestead, which scores 5. Locals also like to book rooms at Barossa Motor Lodge and the 4-star Kooringal Homestead.

For those with family in tow, the 4.5-star Novotel Barossa Valley Resort is a highly rated family hotel and scores an average of 4.21 out of 5 based on 58 guest reviews.

Hotels and Accommodation in Barossa Valley

There are thousands of beds available in the hotels of this South Australia valley, from small bed and breakfast properties on a vineyard to larger, upscale Barossa Valley hotels designed to cater to the discerning traveler. Book a stay at a country house where you can meander around the grounds with a morning cup of tea, or book a hotel with all the modern amenities of a big city accommodation. Whatever your preference or travel needs, you can find your ideal accommodation in Barossa Valley right here on, where we offer you to get the best deal.

Travel Basics

If you’re going to Barossa Springs to spend a lot of time outdoors, bear in mind that the temperature varies between seasons. In the summer, between December and February, the temperature averages about 29 degrees. During the winter months temperatures are a bit chilly, particularly in the evening. Expect an average temperature of about 14 degrees during this time of year.

Book Your Barossa Valley Getaway

Getting to Barossa Valley is possible via air or land. The region is just an hour from Adelaide Airport (ADL) by car. You can rent a car right here on to get from the airport to Barossa Springs, or go by coach. Once you’re in Barossa Valley public transport is available in the form of a daily bus service and rail service.

Barossa Valley is full of chances to enjoy the South Australia landscape, indulge in fine wine and cuisine, and walk a bit of local history. Whether you are away on a prolonged holiday or just taking a weekend jaunt, Barossa Valley accommodation options are here to keep you comfortable and relaxed on your next excursion. Book your room right here on so you will be covered by our Price Match Guarantee on your Barossa Valley journey.