Palm-lined Seppeltsfield Road is a Barossa icon that features some of the region’s best cellar doors and food experiences – and you can stay right in the heart of the neighbourhood at the charming Seppeltsfield Vineyard Cottage. The cottage’s hosts, Sharyn and Peter, pride themselves on attention to detail. You can expect privacy, tranquillity and fantastic service in the self-contained 1860s German settler’s cottage nestled in a private 10-acre vineyard. Make like the cottage’s original inhabitants and help yourself to the figs, quinces, cherries, plums and mulberries growing in the garden, ask Sharyn and Peter to hire bikes for you, take a walk to Hentley Farm or just laze around and spoon the natural cream off the top of the fresh local milk provided with breakfast. You’ll leave plotting your return.
Set in a working vineyard, Seppeltsfield Vineyard Cottage is located near Seppeltsfield Road, known for its distinctive palm trees and more than 15 cellar door experiences. It’s a short walk to nearby Hentley Farm and Seppeltsfield Winery, where you’ll also find JamFactory – a contemporary craft and design studio, gallery and shop – and Fino restaurant. Maggie Beer’s Farm Shop is just a 10-minute drive away.
27 Gerald Roberts Road, Seppeltsfield | +61 8 8563 4059