Your stay at 40 Acre Retreat situates you in peace & tranquillity in a lovely vineyard setting, where the only noises come from the birds on the roof. In the heart of Marananga close to the major towns and wineries of the Barossa. Conveniently just minutes away from great wineries such as Two Hands Wines, Seppeltsfield winery, Whistler Wines and Torbreck Winery and many others are only a short drive away. Situated between Tanunda and Nuriootpa it is a very short ride to the shops and to the restaurants. Catering for the whole family, extended family or even two families; with 2 bathrooms, 3 bedrooms and can sleep up to 10. Everything in the house is brand new and very comfortable. The three bedrooms include a queen size bed and a single with trundle in the main room, a queen in the second with single bunk beds in the 3rd. The modern wood fire place is just perfect for the winter. Ceiling and free standing fans in the rooms, large new aircon in living areas (waiting for new working air cons to be installed in the bedrooms in the near future). Enjoy a stereo/cd system and a wide screen LCD digital TV with a DVD player in the lounge where you can relax on a very comfortable and large sofa with double sofa bed. Enjoy a fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher, electric and wood burning stoves; can cater for a dinner party or for a bbq on the balcony with the WeberQ (which is also great for breakfasts), or just 6 minutes drive to restaurants, cafes, the pub or takeaways in Tanunda. Just relax and sit on the balcony with glass in hand and watch the sunset over the vineyard. We offer a carefree quiet getaway while still only a close distance to all major facilities
Explore world-renowned wineries and visit boutique wineries who market only at their own cellar doors, learn how they make their wines and why their wines are different.
The perfect base for exploring the local culture, wines and food, for bush walks & horse rides.
Tour the Barossa Valley with a guide who can introduce you to the wines, foods, history, landmarks, local produce, art & music.
Hire a limousine and invite a group of friends to enjoy a tour of wineries in style.
You have to try the local breads and pastries, cheeses, pates, metwursts and smoked meats, dine at one of the many gourmet restaurants. Order a platter to enjoy with your wine tasting at one of the many wineries.
On a Saturday morning enjoy a sumptuous breakfast at the famous Barossa Farmers Market; so much to choose from in the way of fresh local produce .
Order one of Maggie Beer's many picnic hampers and even a childrens one at her Pheasant Farm and have a chance to watch a live cooking show.
Be brave and enjoy a helicopter or balloon ride over the Barossa Valley, cycle or walk the local trails.
Wander the Barossa Valley Food Trails, join one of the Gourmet Food Tours in the Barossa.