Collingrove (circa 1856) was conceived as a little piece of England and is set amongst the great gums of the Barossa Valley.
The Homestead offers luxury bed and breakfast accommodation; the original servant's quarters have been converted to guest rooms. Each room is individually styled and furnished with French provincial hand carved beds, chaise lounges, quality white linen and French Toile quilts.
Collingrove specialises in group accommodation, five couples ensures exclusive use of the homestead and facilities. A large guest lounge is complete with leather lounges and an open fire, a great room for relaxing and catching up in. A six person hydrotherapy hot tub is housed in the original carriage house exclusively for guests.
Breakfast is served on the front terrace you can take in the beautiful garden views while enjoying your delicious "Barossa" breakfast.
Collingrove is surrounded by established English trees including an impressive English Oak (circa 1860). The gardens are home to many species of native birds and you may see a kangaroo/an echidna.
Collingrove is peaceful and serene, the history and the grandeur of this beautiful homestead will be sure to impress you.
Come and experience life in an authentic Barossa mansion.