Kingsford Homestead, Barossa, Australia
Kingsford Homestead is appointed in a style that is contemporary and yet sympathetic with the original ambitions of the 1856 homestead. Rise to dawn light filtering through summer dusts and the smell of dew on the ground. Hustle up your better half, grab an Akubra hat and take a stroll into a warm, wide horizon. Sit under the veranda of your 1856 homestead to enjoy first class food and wines handmade in the Barossa. Take a picnic on the river. Take a balloon flight over the vines. Or simply take your time. Then gather beside a roaring fire and raise a ruby Shiraz to a diamond night sky. Kingsford is a private 225-acre property set on an authentic sheep station, so chances are you’ll get a little dirty as you unearth its histories and secrets. But relax, because this is country South Australia.
Kingsford's seven suites cater to a total of 14 guests. There are five suites on the upper story, a single suite on the ground floor and the Stonemason’s Cottage at the rear of the property.
Facilities: Each is styled slightly differently, however there are comforts and luxuries common to all, chiefly, a large comfortable bed with fine linen, a choice of pillows (duck feather, latex and microfiber) L’Occitane en Provence bathroom amenities, a flat-screen TV with all digital channels, free wireless internet access, and music station with iPod and USB connectivity. Suites are also equipped with mini fridge (stocked with soft drinks), dressing gowns, slippers, ironing board and iron, hair dryer, torch and safe.
Official website: Kingsford Homestead