McLeod’s Daughters setting Kingsford Homestead, near Barossa Valley, adds brand-new deluxe collections!
The historic Kingsford Homestead on the side of the Barossa Valley and just over an hr’s drive from Adelaide gathered worldwide interest as the setting of 1990s television hit collection McLeod’s Children.
Scenic tours of the associated countryside were particularly preferred with European visitors, so much so that one German visitor asked his driver to draw over outside the property to make sure that he might kiss the ground.
In its most current iteration, the 1856 National Depend on residential or commercial property, established on more than 90 hectares of classic South Australian landscape of gum tissue trees and also rolling hills has actually had its luxury offerings even more increased.
In addition to the eight deluxe Homestead suites and also Meg’s three-bedroom home, 4 brand-new View collections have undisturbed panoramas from the bed, the lounge, or the personal courtyard.
Outside there’s a deep-sea swimming pool, an actors iron clawfoot “bush bathroom” with sparkling wine experience, and also visitors are welcome to discover the residential property.
Unsurprisingly, the fine-dining focus at onsite restaurant Orleana gets on seasonal and regional food and the red wine passage and vaults have local collections of Henschke, Penfolds, Yalumba, Rockford, and also Seppeltsfield red wines.
There’s the Peppertree Bar with a fireplace to rest by and also enjoy a Barossa shiraz or the underground, German-inspired, Kegelbahn bowling lane.
Suite reservations from June 26 cost $895 a night consisting of a prepared morning meal for two.
Kingsford Roadway, Kingsford, SA.