An in-depth exploration of Adelaide and the Barossa awaits, with this tailored adventure into one of Australia’s finest wine regions. Explore the cosmopolitan, easy-going city of Adelaide, delving into its thriving culinary scene, offering everything from the sublime fine dining of Orana to the gastronomic wonderland of street food at Adelaide Central Market. When you are not eating, it would be a crime not to visit one of the many wine bars. Adelaide sits amongst 90 stunning wine regions, so your choice of locally produced, scintillating wines is vast. There are also a multitude of opportunities for sight-seeing, shopping and chilling on the beach if you can fit it in around all that eating and drinking.
From Adelaide, you pick up your hire car and zoom off into the heart of the Barossa, a wine region with so many superstar and hidden gem wineries that every cellar door visit will lead to a memorable experience. Your specially selected accommodation provides the ultimate in comfort, wonderful cuisine and knowledgeable, friendly hosts. Jump on a private cellar door tour with your host, exploring his pick of the local wineries where you will sample some of the stars of the Barossa’s thriving wine scene.
Like a great Barossa shiraz, this short break has great depth, a bit of spice and really packs a huge punch.
Adelaide City Centre
Mantra Hindmarsh Square - Studio Suite (or similar)
If you're after a romantic spot in the heart of the city our Studio is the perfect choice. It's got everything you need for a hassle-free, relaxed stay. Unwind in your lounge and dining area, make yourself a cup of tea, surf the net with speedy Wi-Fi access and relax with some tunes.
Barossa House - Queen Room
The queen rooms are delightful, fully furnished rooms with an en-suite. This rooms have wonderful views, some overlook the gardens of Barossa House.
If you want to add a little extra luxury to your short break, we will happily upgrade your rooms in Adelaide and Barossa. Upgrade to a one-bedroom suite in Adelaide and a King Suite in Barossa, to give you some extra space to stretch out and relax after a day’s exploring.