Whistler Farm BnB
|Rental type||Bed and Breakfast|
|Minimum Stay||1 night|
Suitable for childrenNo
Suitable for the elderlyYes
|Theme||Luxury, Romantic, Away from it all, Rural, Town|
Description from the owner
Situated on 42 acres this property is between Nuriootpa and Tanunda and consists of two suites - Vineyard and Olive Grove with common library area. Each suite has their own private courtyard with a Webber Q and outdoor setting.
Ammenities include private ensuite, kitchenette and lounge/bedroom which have been tastefully decorated.
Enjoy the gardens and help yourself to fresh herbs and seasonal vegies if you decide to eat in.
On arrival sit back and relax with an estate grown bottle of Whistler Wine and cheese platter. Breakfast provisions provided daily.
Whistler Farm BnB
Nuriootpa, South Australia, Australia
Additional Location Information
Travel the Sturt Highway from Adelaide, take the left exit to Greenock & Nuriootpa, turn right onto the overpass of the Sturt Highway towards Nuriootpa, travel approx 6kms turn right into Samuel Street at the Petrol Station and travel approx 2 kms. Whistler Farm is on your left.
Location Type Away from it all, Rural, Town
Rates shown in $ USD (Rental listed originally in AUD) (change)
|Rate Summary||$184||$184||$0||$0||1 night|
|Nov. 1 2012 - Dec. 31 2012||$184||$184||-||-||1 night|
|All Other Dates||$184||$184||-||-||1 night|
|Can't find rates for your travel dates? Contact the owner|
AvailableUnavailable Last updated: May 02, 2013 ◀▶
What Past Guests Are Saying
Santa Rosa, California
Nicely decorated, comfortable room and excellent hosts
This B and B in the Barossa is an excellent setting to explore the valley. Nice room and bath. Breakfast is provided in the refrigerator and consists of meat, cheese, fruit, bread and yogurt. The best part of our experience though was getting to know the Barossa through our hosts, the friendly and informative Pfeiffers. Their insider knowlege on restaurants and wineries was invaluable. Be sure to visit their winery for both the wine and kangaroos.
Barossa Valley at its best!
We recently traveled through australia for more than 3 weeks, and Whistler Farm B&B; was without a doubt one of the highlights - if not the best accommodation - that we had during our trip. On arrival, a cheese and cured meat platter was waiting for us as well as an invitation to help ourselves to one of the bottle in the substantially stocked wine cellar consisting of various vintages of Whistler Wines. We chose a Sparkling Shiraz, and it was absolutely delicious.
The accommodation is lovely, has contemporary furniture as well as a fully equipped kitchenette and an amazing outside area. The tranquil, beautiful farm surroundings (including chickens, ducks and horses) was the perfect way to just kick back and relax after an exhausting day of wine tasting:-)
Thanks to Jayne and Chris for their wonderful hospitality! We highly recommend this B&B.;
Warm & generous hosts in a gorgeous setting
The B&B; suite was beautiful, very nicely furnished & decorated with a thoughtfully set up kitchenette & bathroom. Outdoors spaces (including courtyard,gardens and paddocks) are truly beautiful and the shared space between the 2 suites is warm, inviting and comfortable. Our hosts were delightfully friendly and offered great advice (both in the book provided in the room and in person) and great company (when we caught up for a lovely glass [bottle] of wine one evening). We certainly plan to return to this blissfully peaceful and beautiful place, so well located beside Maggie Beer's shop and the Palm avenue area - feels like a million miles from anywhere - but is just a stone's throw from the whole Barossa.
Gerry and Irena White
Seacliff South Australia
The ultimate Barossa getaway
We were lucky to be amongst the first people to stay with Jayne and Chris when they opened their Whistler Farm B&B; and have been coming back every since. For wine and food-loving beach dwellers like us this is the ideal country retreat, staying in modern five star luxury accommodation surrounded by a glorious garden of grapevines and flowers. While our room and personal courtyard were very private we still felt part of the Pfeiffer family with their strong connection to the Barossa community. This truly is the ultimate Barossa getaway.