The Dairyman Barossa .. The Chaff House

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Farm stay hosted by Michael

  1. 2 guests
  2. 1 bed
  3. 1 bathroom
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Exclusive self-contained Farm Accommodation set in the foothills of the Barossa Ranges. A fusion of heritage, functional architecture & edgy style, located between Lyndoch & Williamstown in the beautiful Barossa Valley.

Take in the stunning views from every direction – vineyards, rolling hills & farm life.

Enjoy an abundance of traditional breakfast provisions straight from the farm.

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The space
The saying is true: the grass is greener on the other side, especially as you cross the paddock and unlatch the galvanised farm gate at The Dairyman’s Cottage entrance. This is Barossa country chic at its finest with a clean style that is as comfortable as it is design savvy.

This reinvented getaway dates back to the 1840s. Stretch out in the Chaff House, a workshop where grain was once crushed, or hole up in the Dairyman’s Cottage for a stay that shares a similarly unique past, operating more recently to milk cows. Both pads now make up a relaxed and unpretentious Barossa getaway and can be booked in conjunction with one another or as separate retreats.

Guests can quite literally wake up and smell the bacon, thanks to a healthy spread of breakfast provisions and other fresh produce that come directly from paddock to plate. And although your Barossa itinerary is likely to be teeming with sojourns to cellar doors and eateries, it's hard to overlook the peace that lazing in the shade of the South Australian sun brings. Take in the rich pastures and surrounding panoramas of the grape-dotted Barossa Valley Ranges, by spending the evenings on the paved terrace with your feet up, sipping a glass of something smooth from neighbouring vineyards.

It's instinctual to wander the working dairy facility, so why not introduce yourself to the residents on an afternoon farm walk and feed the heritage breed free-range pigs. And if there are any items you can no longer live without when back home, The Dairyman has an online shop to keep you stocked up on breakfast packs and more.

Where you'll sleep

Common space
1 queen bed

What this place offers

Kitchen
Wifi
Free parking on premises
TV
Washing machine
Dryer
Air conditioning
Hair dryer
Breakfast
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm

7 nights in Williamstown

Nov 21, 2022 - Nov 28, 2022

5.0 out of 5 stars from 13 reviews

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Where you’ll be

Williamstown, South Australia, Australia

We are 5-15 minutes from regional towns and many cellar doors close by

Hosted by Michael

  1. Joined in July 2018
  • 30 Reviews
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  • Superhost
The saying is true: the grass is greener on the other side, especially as you cross the paddock and unlatch the galvanised farm gate at The Dairyman’s Cottage entrance. This is Barossa country chic at its finest with a clean style that is as comfortable as it is design savvy.

This reinvented getaway dates back to the 1840s. Stretch out in the Chaff House, a workshop where grain was once crushed, or hole up in the Dairyman’s Cottage for a stay that shares a similarly unique past, operating more recently to milk cows. Both pads now make up a relaxed and unpretentious Barossa getaway and can be booked in conjunction with one another or as separate retreats.

Guests can quite literally wake up and smell the bacon, thanks to a healthy spread of breakfast provisions and other fresh produce that come directly from paddock to plate. And although your Barossa itinerary is likely to be teeming with sojourns to cellar doors and eateries, it's hard to overlook the peace that lazing in the shade of the South Australian sun brings. Take in the rich pastures and surrounding panoramas of the grape-dotted Barossa Valley Ranges, by spending the evenings on the paved terrace with your feet up, sipping a glass of something smooth from neighbouring vineyards.

It's instinctual to wander the working dairy facility, so why not introduce yourself to the residents on an afternoon farm walk and feed the heritage breed free-range pigs. And if there are any items you can no longer live without when back home, The Dairyman has an online shop to keep you stocked up on breakfast packs and more.

The saying is true: the grass is greener on the other side, especially as you cross the paddock and unlatch the galvanised farm gate at The Dairyman’s Cottage entrance. This is Bar…

During your stay

Guests are greeted on arrival and invited to join us for the afternoon jobs of feeding the pigs and milking cows

Michael is a Superhost

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Things to know

House rules

Check-in: After 2:00 pm
Check out: 11:00 am
No pets
Smoking is allowed

Health & safety

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Smoke alarm

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