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Review - Barossa Bluestone B&B
  • Barossa Bluestone B&B
  • Master bedroom
  • Welcome extras
  • Second bedroom
  • Well-equipped kitchen

This gorgeous bed & breakfast, located in the heart of the Barossa Valley, is so welcoming that as you walk down the hallway towards the warmth and light you have the sense of returning home.

Overall rating?          
What makes Barossa Bluestone B&B different?
The place is so welcoming when you arrive with the lights on in the bedrooms and warmth just radiating from the house. It is perfect for a couple wanting a weekend away, for families or even for business people looking to stay somewhere with soul.
Barossa Bluestone is only a short walk from the main street although you wouldn’t know it as it’s so quiet and relaxing. In the morning it was lovely just to take a walk down the main street looking at the array of shops, followed by a drive in the afternoon to the local wineries to taste the wines. It was great just looking around, with friendly locals always happy to point us in the right direction.
Accommodation overview
Barossa Bluestone is a self-contained, 3 bedroom B&B that the whole family will love. The main bedroom has a king-size bed and a huge walk in wardrobe, with direct access to the bathroom. The sleeping arrangements are so versatile, in both the second and third bedrooms, you can have either a king bed or two king single beds. This makes it flexible enough to suit couples, a small group of friends or families.
The lounge room is perfect to relax in, with large glass doors opening out to the small backyard where the barbecue is. The large, well-equipped kitchen looks out over the dining area and lounge room.
Facilities overview
Barossa Bluestone has all the charm of an old B&B – with all the modern conveniences. In the large lounge room is a wood fire, large plasma TV and a large range of CDs and DVDs. The breakfast provisions are generous and include homemade goodies and extras such as afternoon tea on arrival, chocolates and port make the welcome even warmer. There is also a 6-person spa that everyone will want to try out. To make it even easier to settle in and relax, all linen is provided.
Only 1 hour drive from Adelaide, the property is a located in the heart of the Barossa ValleyTanunda is the perfect destination for food and wine lovers. The valley is famous for its wines and local produce. Barossa Bluestone is only 150m from the main street with its myriad choice of restaurants and cafes, as well the Tanunda Hotel.
Suitable for children?            Yes     
The versatility of the sleeping arrangements, range of entertainment options including movies and games, and the layout and setup of the property make it ideal for families with children. 
Suitable for pets?            No      
Wheelchair access?        No      
Perfect for?
It is perfect for families, couples, groups, extended family or business people.
Why stay longer?
There is so much to do and it’s so easy to relax, you will never want to leave. Of course it helps that it is located in a wonderful town with a great atmosphere and away from the hustle and bustle. 
Why you wouldn’t stay longer?
You will want to stay as long as possible, unfortunately the real world calls.
$160-210 per two people per night, however check the listing for details.



Make an enquiry for your holiday at Barossa Bluestone B&B through TakeABreak and the property operator will get back to you directly to confirm pricing and availability. Visit their listing for more pictures, further information on rates, the availability calendar and guest reviews.


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