Located at the gateway to the Barossa Valley, the heritage listed ‘Coffee Palace’ is a grand historic property c1855 perfectly suited for large groups and fully self-contained with 7 bedrooms, 5 living rooms and 3.5 bathrooms. You’ll have exclusive use of the entire house, conveniently located in the heart of Lyndoch village and a short walk to restaurants, wineries, shops and galleries. With space, elegance and natural surrounds, it’s the perfect base from which to explore the Barossa region.
Originally built as The New Lord Lyndoch Hotel in 1855 it’s been used as a hotel, courthouse, council chambers, delicatessen and a coffee palace prior to being faithfully restored as a grand private residence in more recent times. It sleeps 14 people across 7 bedrooms with plenty of space to relax in one of the lounge rooms, the magnificent entertainment room with billiard table, or on the wide front or rear balcony. The unique basement bedroom features an antique cast iron spiral staircase flagstone slate floor. The huge farmhouse kitchen is well equipped, with a kitchenette upstairs. Original high pressed-metal ceilings, baltic pine floors and leadlight windows are featured throughout the property, which has been furnished with antique Barossa Valley furniture. The massive red gum trees in the rear yard are home to scores of native galahs and the occasional kookaburra.
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$395 per night for up to 4 guests, mid week.
$695 per night for up to 6 guests on weekends and public holidays.
Additional guests $100 per person per night up to 14 guests in total.
Check In: 3:00 pm
Check Out: 10:00 am