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Greenocks Old Telegraph Station

11 Murray St
Greenock
SA
5360
This cottage served as one of the original telegraph stations in South Australia, following the extension of the telegraph line from Adelaide to Angaston. Back then, the village of Greenock became a significant stop over for travellers on the way to the Murray River or interstate, and a popular meeting place for locals. Today it is a quiet village surrounded by vineyards and pastures.



The Old Telegraph Station was built in 1860, and was the original Telegraph Station for the area, being one of the first in South Australia.

Today The Old Telegraph Station has been lovingly and well restored into a beautiful Barossa bed and breakfast. With its peaceful location in the quaint town of Greenock , The Old Telegraph Station offers visitors a relaxing environment while still being situated within the heart of the world famous Barossa Valley .



The accommodation consists of one queen room and one double room plus a sofa bed, offering a catered maximum for 5 adults, well appointed living room with slow combustion fire for those cool winter nights, modern country-style kitchen with all necessary cutlery, crockery, and cooking utensils. The heritage style bathroom features a large 2 person spa bath, perfect for that romantic getaway to the tranquil Barossa Valley .

All linen, towels, and bathrobes are supplied for each guest for use during their stay.



Along with its old-world charm Greenock's Old Telegraph Station features an LCD television with a selection of DVD's, air conditioning, electric blankets on both beds for those cool Barossan evenings, washing machine, and an outdoor BBQ, for those relaxing warm summer evenings in the Barossa Valley, made complete with a bottle of fine local wine.



To make you stay all the more complete, guests receive a complimentary bottle of locally produced Barossan wine, some locally produced port and chocolates.



Off street parking is available on site for a maximum of 2 cars, and there is plenty of free kerb side parking directly out front.



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Property Features

  • Air Conditioning
  • BBQ
  • Barbecue
  • Bedding
  • Breakfast available
  • CD Player
  • Car Parking
  • Clothes Line
  • Cot available on request
  • Courtyard
  • DVD Player
  • Fireplace
  • Heating
  • Iron / Ironing Board
  • Kitchen Facilities
  • Laundry
  • Linen Available
  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Pets Allowed (by arrangement)
  • Spa
  • Stereo
  • TV
  • Wood Fire

Room Description

Greenock's Old Telegraph Station Cottage

Two bedrooms (queen bed, double bed) with extra single sofa bed, cosy lounge with wood fire, fully equipped kitchen, bathroom with large two person spa, washing machine, fully enclosed rear yard with bbq and seating. Cot and highchair available. Free WiFi. Generous, locally sourced breakfast provisions.

  • Air conditioned
  • CD Player
  • Complimentary Toiletries
  • Cot available
  • DVD Player
  • Heating
  • In Room Spa
  • Internet Access Available
  • Linen Available
  • Non-smoking

Book Greenock's Old Telegraph Station Cottage Stay weekend for weeknight price

Two bedrooms (queen bed, double bed) with extra single sofa bed, cosy lounge with wood fire, fully equipped kitchen, bathroom with large two person spa, washing machine, fully enclosed rear yard with bbq and seating. Cot and highchair available. Free WiFi. Generous breakfast provisions.

  • Air conditioned
  • CD Player
  • Complimentary Toiletries
  • Cot available
  • DVD Player
  • Heating
  • In Room Spa
  • Internet Access Available
  • Linen Available
  • Non-smoking

Book Greenock's Old Telegraph Station Cottage Weekly discount - Pay for 5, stay for 7

Two bedrooms (queen bed, double bed) with extra single sofa bed, cosy lounge with wood fire, fully equipped kitchen, bathroom with large two person spa, washing machine, fully enclosed rear yard with bbq and seating. Cot and highchair available. Free WiFi. Generous breakfast provisions.

  • Air conditioned
  • CD Player
  • Complimentary Toiletries
  • Cot available
  • DVD Player
  • Heating
  • In Room Spa
  • Internet Access Available
  • Linen Available
  • Non-smoking

Special Booking ConditionsSpecial Booking Conditions

Please note that the maximum age for an infant is less than 2 years. Children are classified as being between 2 and 16 years inclusive.

Business FacilitiesBusiness Facilities

Free Wireless ADSL Internet Access

Check-In-InstructionsCheck In Instructions

Check in instructions will be sent to you on confirmation of your booking.

Children and Extra Guests DetailsChildren and Extra Guests Details

Children aged 3 years and under stay free (Cot and high chair available free on request). Extra Guests are welcome to stay, please contact us for extra pricing.

Car Parking DetailsCar Parking Details

On site parking provided.

Travel DirectionsTravel Directions

11 Murray Street, Greenock, SA, 5360

Located 70 kilometres North East of Adelaide you can find the best access by road in just over an hour from the City of Adelaide.
Barossa by road take either Main North Road (A20) to Sturt Highway or Port Wakefield Road and the Northern Expressway to Sturt Highway.

Also from Adelaide City take Lower North East Road (A10) out of Adelaide and travel through Chain of Ponds in the Adelaide Hills to Williamstown in the southern Barossa. If you are heading from Melbourne entering The Barossa via Eden Valley, turn off at Murray Bridge and then Palmer to Tungkillo and then turn at Mount Pleasant. If you are travelling from Sydney and Mildura, take the A20 through Renmark and then Truro through to Nuriootpa.

Barossa Valley from the air your plane will land at Adelaide International Airport with regular domestic and international flights, with rental cars available at the airport. If you require private charters a light-plane airport is at Parafield, just 45 minutes south of the Barossa. Helicopter charters are also available from Adelaide and The Barossa Region.

Things To DoThings To Do

The Barossa Valley is renowned the world over for its premium wines and traditional foods. It is a place of scenic beauty with church spires reaching to the sky, gentle undulating hills, natural landscapes and historical buildings. A place that attracts people from all corners of the globe.

Follow the Butcher, Baker, Winemaker trail or the Barossa Heritage or Scenic trails. Many cellar doors are housed in historic buildings and the towns and villages that make up the Barossa have many historic sites. The Barossa climate and terrain supports a broad range of cycling and walking options - from bushland to town. There is an abundance of community reserves and parks for a barbecue or picnic. In addition, many wineries also have picnic grounds available to the public. The Barossa's golf courses are open seven days a week and visitors are welcome. The Arts are part of the Barossa lifestyle and in every town you will find art galleries and craft outlets to browse through.

And of course there is the food and wine. From small boutique wineries to large international wine labels, Maggie Beer's Farm Shop, farmer's markets, Angas Park Fruits, locally made cheeses - there is something for everyone's taste.



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