At a Glance
- original buildings have been lovingly preserved, the breakfasts are legendary
- no exercise facilities for working off all the local wine and produce
Lawley Farm Review
Amid 20 acres of grapes, in a courtyard shaded by gnarled peppercorn trees, these delightful stone cottage-style suites were assembled from the remains of barns dating from the Barossa's pioneering days. A wood-burning stove warms the Krondorf Suite in the original 1852 cottage, while in the Para Suite—former stables with ceiling beams from Adelaide shearing sheds—you can soak in a hot tub and then sleep late in a brass bed. The farm is within easy walking distance of six wineries.
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