The newest member of Baillie Lodges growing portfolio of luxury lodges, The Louise is currently undergoing a multi million-dollar glamover and is set to reopen on September 5, just in time for spring.
The new-look Louise will herald a budding era of luxury in the heart of South Australia’s world-renowned wine country, famous also for its premium local produce and rich art scene. Nestled among gently rolling hills, The Louise will offer guests a stylish escape complete with private villa-style suites, world-class dining at Appellation and access to a backstage pass to the best of the Barossa.
A stay at The Louise evokes the generously spacious, relaxed luxury of Southern Europe, where villa-style suites open on to sun-dappled private courtyards and look out to vineyards criss-crossing the country landscape. Suites are contemporary in design with commissioned local artworks completing a real sense of place.
Where great wine grows, great food grows too: such is the case for the Barossa which is just bursting with brilliant produce and proud small-scale farmers. Guests sample the cuisine for a real sense of the destination, and the award-winning Appellation restaurant - renowned as a world class dining destination – is the local at The Louise.
The Louise is a member of Luxury Lodges of Australia.
A credit card is required to confirm a reservation. All bookings require full prepayment one month prior to arrival. We accept Visa, Mastercard or American Express or direct deposit. Payments by Visa or Mastercard attract a 1.6% surcharge; payment by American Express attracts a 2.47% surcharge (surcharges subject to change). Bookings may be cancelled prior to one month from arrival without forfeiture. For cancellations within one month of arrival all monies will be forfeited. No refund can be given in the event of non-arrival, any unused services or unused nights due to flight and/or weather disruption. We recommend you protect yourself with travel insurance.
Full Cooked Breakfast
Separate Shower and Bath
Acknowledgement of Country —
The Barossa is located on the traditional lands of the Ngadjuri, Peramangk and Kaurna people