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Jellicoe House

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Reviewed 17 June 2010

This is a marvellous part of the world. However you really would be much better off basing yourself in lovely Angaston (the least spoiled town in the Barossa - you are technically in the Eden Valley region, more rustic). The owner is very attached to the property.

5Thank GourmondoAdelaide
Reviewed 14 June 2010

There are only two puny air conditioners - we were cold the whole time. It would be really hot here in summer as well. The bed was disappointing - lumpy. The plasma TV is tiny. The kitchen is well equipped though. It needs to be as you are a long way from town. Our tip - stay in Angaston -...

4Thank TravelmateAdelaide
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Response - Jellicoe House has two reverse cycle Air conditioners which are very effective .The The house also has three oil fill heater and every bed has a electric blanket .Jellicoe House is is also insulated . All appliances are new and maintained .The mattresses are all high quality and there has not been a complaint up until now. The...

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Reviewed 1 June 2009

Our group of 4 loved this house. We had really good communication with the owner prior to arrival and were really happy with our experience. The home is gorgeous. We arrrived at midnight and had good directions to get there, the lights and heating were on. The decor is really lovely- contemproray country living style. It is really well maintained...

2Thank Gill G
Reviewed 1 April 2009

My daughter had her wedding here, the place was absolutely beautiful but the owner was an ingnorant and rude busy body. No peace and quiet with her around and she was around more than was necessary. Very intrusive, and because of that wouldnt stay there again.

5Thank LesleyDonna

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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
Taste the Barossa good life as you immerse yourself in vineyard living at Jellicoe House. Sorby Adams Winemaker, Simon Adams, and his wife Helen, have created a contemporary B&B accommodation experience that showcases the best of Barossa wine and food. Perfect for families and groups, the fully renovated, historic, bluestone homestead is nestled amongst the vines of Sorby Adams' Jellicoe Vineyard in Barossa's Eden Valley, providing a secluded haven for up to eight guests. ... more   less 

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Address: Section 324, Sawpit Gully Rd, Mount McKenzie, South Australia 5353, Australia
Region: Australia > South Australia > Mount McKenzie
Price Range: RM484 - RM806 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 4

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