If you are planning a Barossa trip with kids, we have found the perfect place for you to stay – Angaston Vineyard Motel. There is no need to fork out on a pricey B&B, Angaston Vineyard Motel has a range of rooms available to suit your group size and budget, plus it has a playground to keep the kids happy AND a pool for the warmer months. WE ARE THERE!

Vineyards Motel is perfectly situated across from the Farmers Market (every Saturday between 7.30 and 11.30am) and Vintner’s Bar & Grill. Salter’s Restaurant is also only 500 metres from the motel, so you have plenty of dining options!

If you want to dine closer to home, you can use the BBQ facilities next to the pool area. Imagine relaxing by the pool on a hot day, drink in hand, with the smell of a BBQ cooking – sounds perfect to us!

The Rotunda lawn area has gorgeous views and is a great spot to enjoy a glass of wine – you are in the Barossa Valley after all!

We all know it is the little things that make a big difference when you are travelling – things like undercover parking right outside your room and free wifi at the Angaston Vineyard Motel are a huge help, especially with the kids in tow!

The location is perfect too – Angaston is an up and coming part of the Barossa Valley with several restaurants, quaint shops and beautiful park areas.

Book online via their website or give them a call to discuss which room is right for your stay. We’ll see you by the pool!

751 Stockwell Road, Angaston SA
08 8564 2404

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