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TV didn’t work. Obviously this is an ongoing problem as the hotel offer free dvd’s as an alternative but sadly the three we picked, only one worked without stopping mid film. Room service was offered but you had to ring reception for the menu. Why...More
Disappointing would be in understatement. Not sure how it's 4 star. The rooms are dated, we stayed in the rose garden room. The room is out dated but that wasn't the major issue. They have roller blinds not curtains so headlights shone in the room...More
We spent three nights at Lyndoch Hill. Extensive rose gardens, with other plants/trees. Convenient location with access to all the Barossa region. There is a significant Antiques/Art collection adjacent (Barossa Chateau). Room was adequate, but perhaps a little "tired". Staff were very friendly. Dining experience...More
This place is old and neglected. I find little to recommend it except for the location but the Barossa is such a beautiful place. If your coming here, do yourself a favour and spend a little extra to go somewhere special.
The rooms are “motel-style”, but are light and roomy, thanks to big windows on both sides. The building isn’t new, but it’s still in good condition. The air conditioning and wi fi were good, the bed was great and we had a small deck. The...More
I have to admit that we have been there twice and more than likely at the wrong time of the year as each time none were blooming. We went in February when I would have thought they would be in bloom as ours at home were... More
I have to admit that we have been there twice and more than likely at the wrong time of the year as each time none were blooming. We went in February when I would have thought they would be in bloom as ours at home were going strong and to be honest I cannot remember the time we were there before.