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Collingrove Homestead, Angaston

Collingrove Homestead is a rare encountering; this magnificent heritage listed house set in English style gardens and spacious grounds are an astounding contrast to big red gum trees. Located in the famous Barossa Valley, home to some the world’s best wines, the homestead built in 1856 is one of the most beautiful buildings in South Australia, and is furnished with original Angas family antiques and collections.

Collingrove is quoted to be one of the best bed and breakfasts in South Australia. Seven guest rooms are available all individually furnished in period style with modern conveniences, library with open fire, cedar hot tub and tennis court. Six course formal dinners and luncheons available by arrangement. Also catering for functions, dinners, weddings and personal tours.

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Two queen size beds.


One queen size bed or one double four poster bed and one single bed.


One queen size bed.



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