Basedow Haus

Tanunda, South Australia

Ngadjuri Country



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We pay our respect to the Ngadjuri, Peramangk and Kuarna peoples as the traditional custodians of the lands known as the Barossa Valley and Adelaide Hills. Always was always will be.
Like the Barossa vines, our roots run deep with seven generations of local family and traditions within the region.

Much thought, attention and heart has gone into the Haus and garden to create a welcoming sense of comfort, relaxation and feeling right at home.

While we make the transition from city life to country living, we have been welcoming guests since mid 2021.

We celebrate diversity and are committed to inclusion.
This fully restored historic self-contained accommodation offers two spacious king-sized bedrooms for couples or friends.
Many original features throughout include iron lace work verandah, baltic pine floors, and high pressed metal ceilings. With a formal lounge and wood combustion heater to provide warmth and ambience for a cosy winter evening.

The new architecturally designed, light filled extension includes a spacious bathroom and open living space with fully equipped kitchen, large country style dining and casual lounge area.

Feature windows look out to a large, attractive lawn and garden area, gum trees and distant hills. The paved alfresco area with barbeque is ideal for outdoor dining or drinks watching the sunset.
There are many spots to sit, relax and take in the views both inside and out. Located in a historic character precinct of Tanunda, opposite the iconic Chateau and its vineyards.

The regional arts centre and main street with specialty shops and award-winning dining and cafés are a short stroll away.

The character and convenience of Basedow Haus is a perfect place to experience all the Barossa has to offer.

Accessibility Info
  • Photos of all Bathrooms / Toilets in Property Listings
  • Assistance Dogs Welcome
  • Step-Free Shower / Hand-Held Shower
  • On-Site Parking with > 2.4m Width
  • Dimmable Lights
  • Calming / Monochrome Colour Scheme
  • Noise-Dampening Measures (not an echoey space, eg: double-glazing, carpet etc)
  • No Synthetic Smells
  • Sensor Lights on Arrival
Sustainability Info
  • Recycling / Waste Sorting Facilities
  • Composting Facilities
  • Energy Efficient / Passive Design
  • No Single-Use Plastic
  • Rainwater Collection
  • Use of Green Energy and/or Solar Panels
  • All-Electric Infrastructure

Photography By: Scott Logan Photography
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Joined on 2023-May-28 23:51:16