Heritage Wines has renovated the original cottage on the Heritage Wines estate, which dates back to the 1850’s.
Lucy’s House is a self-contained bed and breakfast for 1 couple, with a beautifully appointed bedroom and bathroom and a fully equipped kitchen. Taking in the view of the vineyards and Barossa ranges, all of which can be soaked up through the cottage windows while relaxing in the pioneer cast iron bed.
Generous provisions for a continental or cooked breakfast using homemade and local Barossa produce, plus a complimentary bottle of wine is provided.
You are welcome to visit the winery to view Lucy’s House anytime. We look forward to any further enquiries; just go to the contact page.
Accommodation rate is $255 per night, with a minimum stay of 2 nights (3 night minimum stay at Easter and Christmas).
Lucy’s House is located on Peramangk land. We acknowledge the Peramangk people as the Traditional Owners and Custodians of the lands on which we live and visit, and pay our respect to Indigenous Elders past, present and emerging.
- Queen sized bed
- Air Conditioner
- Full Cooking Facilities
- Wireless Internet
- Electric Blankets
- Underfloor heating in bathroom
- Complimentary bottle of Heritage Wines wine
- Access to a decanter of Heritage Wines fortified wine
- 10% discount in cellar door
- Vasse Virgin toiletries
- Full Breakfast Provisions
– Apex Bakery bread (Barossa made)
– Linke’s Butchers bacon (Barossa made)
– Jersey Fresh Milk (Barossa made)
– Nippy’s Orange Juice (South Australian made)
– Scullery Made tea (Barossa made)
– Madura tea (Australian made)
– Beerenburg Jams (South Australian made)
– Fresh eggs (from our chickens)
Discover the Barossa with a friendly local guide. We recommend the following Barossa winery tour companies who will pick you up from Lucy’s House before taking you on a personalised tour. For a full list of Barossa Valley tour operators, please visit www.barossa.com.
Plan your stay
A wide variety of cellar doors, eateries and experiences are located on Seppeltsfield Road for you to explore. For more information, see www.seppeltsfieldroad.com.