A Barn in the Barossa is suited to short and long stays, singles, couples, a family or a group of friends or family.
It also lends itself beautifully for special occasions, garden weddings and wedding receptions. The property is remote control airconditioned for your comfort and convenience to the temperature of your choice.
Facilities include two very spacious loft rooms each with a queen and a single bed, and views to the garden. The bathroom has a claw foot bath and a shower. The fully equipped kitchen is ideal for enjoying meals prepared with Barossa produce. The large open plan living room has a fireplace, large screen tv and restful sofas. A BBQ and an outdoor setting invite outdoor entertaining. A former artist residence, A Barn in the Barossa is hung with original artwork to inspire and uplift.There are views to the garden from upstairs and downstairs. There is a large screen tv and a library of DVDs. The barn has temperature control aircomditioning to keep you cool in summer.
A Barn in the Barossa's heritage
A Barn in the Barossa was built in the 1890's as a coach house and feed storage. The copper mining boom of the 1890's left behind a wealth of historic and majestic buildings and churches built from the locally quarried bluestone. The slate stoop at the the entrances comes from Mintaro and was added later when the barn was renovated to become a home and artist studio for owner Jacqueline Coates.
The Barn is surrounded by a productive garden of fruit flowers and vegetables.
Kapunda is set amid rolling hills of cropping land and vineyards.There are many beautiful walks around Kapunda.