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If you want to spoil yourself with a luxury getaway The Louise is the perfect place in the Barossa. The restaurant is fantastic- great food and very attentive staff. Good choice of local wines. Only downside- a bit expensive!
We went to the Barossa Valley from Adelaide for one night on 25 August 2017. The Louise is a very special place and the room we were given was delightful. Bathroom area gorgeous. Bed was so comfortable. We dined at Appellation and the meal was...More
Wow! Low key super luxury in the beautiful Barossa Valley of South Australia. Property is s small all suite hotel in the heart of the wine country. Rooms are beautiful and quiet. Staff most accommodating.Tasting menu at Appellation Restaurant is excellent as Is service. Great...More
What to say - this is our third stay and every time it has been great. The staff are perfect but friendly. Rooms are beautiful. Breakfast is lovely in your room or outside in your private dining area.
Outdoor showers are a must use! Facilities...More
We stayed in the Seppeltsfield Suite which is the same size as a one bedroom apartment. We enjoyed the included breakfast in the courtyard at the front of the suite. The presentation was spectacular - food was delivered in tiffin boxes and in cast iron...More
Hello Helen .. I am not sure either about this but at the Hotel there is no campervan site though there are some close by in the various towns. The Louise has a pool for registered guests. It is a lovely place to stay if... More
Hello Helen .. I am not sure either about this but at the Hotel there is no campervan site though there are some close by in the various towns. The Louise has a pool for registered guests. It is a lovely place to stay if you want some time out from the van!
Kind regards jane
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"All rooms enjoy the quiet atmosphere of the Barossa Valley and there is no such thing as a "bad"..."