Greenocks Old Telegraph Station
11 Murray Street, Greenock South Australia 5360, AUSTRALIA
Located in the World Famous Barossa Valley, Greenock’s Old Telegraph Station Bed & Breakfast is a great choice of accommodation for lovers of history, nature and culture. Our charming cottage once served as one of the original telegraph stations linking Adelaide and Angaston operating from 1866, at a time when travellers stopped over in the area on the way to the Murray River.
Our accommodation offers two beautifully appointed bedrooms catering for up to 4 people, features reverse cycle air conditioning, cosy living room with wood combustion fire for cool nights, and a modern country-style kitchen with all necessary cutleries, crockery, and cooking utensils, including coffee machine.
Our lovingly restored property features an outdoor BBQ and entertaining area, and a fully enclosed backyard area.
The Barossa 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 over the globe.
Come and take a step back in time, follow the Historical Walk of Greenock, see its many original buildings, enjoy a meal at the local Greenock Creek Tavern, or visit the nearby award winning Murray Street Vineyards and Kalleske winerie.