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Applecroft Cottages – The Studio, Lyndoch

Perched atop the Barossa Ranges, adjacent to the Steingarten Vineyard, Applecroft Cottage’s The Studio is a perfect secluded haven for two. An abundance of native birds, Jacobs’s Creek bordering the property and unsurpassed views of the Barossa to the coast make this small holding surrounded by large grazing and vineyard properties, unique to the area.

The wall of glass in The Studio brings the outdoors in, whilst a garden gazebo invites time spent enjoying the outdoors, which features an apple orchard, rose varieties and native and exotic trees. Special to the interior of this converted stone barn and timber building is a hand crafted wrought iron four poster bed, complemented by comfortable provincial furniture, a log fire and luxury two person spa. Located close to the Heysen Trail and Mawson Bike Track.

Accommodation Options


One queen size bed.

Popular Activities

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