Brockenchack Vineyard Bed & Breakfast

Stay amongst the vines at Brockenchack’s luxury Vineyard Bed & Breakfast, enjoying the ultimate in luxurious self-contained vineyard accommodation.

Located in the Barossa’s picturesque Eden Valley, we are just 1hr 20 from Adelaide Airport. This 1880s vineyard homestead has been fully restored to the highest level. Sleeping a maximum of 4 people, this house offers two mirror-image king-size master suites, each with ensuite.

Use of the full private house is entirely yours, including the fully appointed state of the art kitchen, dining area, laundry facilities, living area with wood burning fireplace and a covered, private heated spa.

Brockenchack’s accommodation offerings are a part of their boutique family winery. Guests are treated to a special private wine tasting experience at the cellar door with vineyard owner Trev.

Full breakfast provision are included in your stay. You can also take advantage of their range of bookable extras including cheese platters, vineyard buggy tours, in-house massages, or private yoga sessions.

Due to these uncertain times, no deposit is required and full accommodation charges will be processed one week prior to your check in date.


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Address

351 Sawpit Gully Road

Keyneton

Bookings at Brockenchack Vineyard Bed & Breakfast

Cancellation Policy

- Cancellations received more than 30 days out from the check in date are subject to a full refund. - Cancellations received between 30 and 14 days from the check in date are subject to a charge of 30%. - Cancellations received within 14 days of the check in date will not receive any refunds. 100% of the accommodation is charged. - There will be no refund for early departures. - Please consider travel insurance to protect against unexpected changes in travel plans

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Facilities

Air Conditioned
Full Breakfast Provisions Supplied
Full Cooking Facilities
Laundry Facilities
Spa
Wireless Internet
Woodfire

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Acknowledgement of Country —

The Barossa is located on the traditional lands of the Ngadjuri, Peramangk and Kaurna people