Greenock's Old Telegraph Station
Greenock's Old Telegraph Station Bed & Breakfast is located in the world famous Barossa Valley. It is a great accommodation choice for lovers of history, nature and culture.
Greenock is located 66 km from Adelaide on the Sturt Highway, it is characterised by tree-lined streets with shady peppercorn trees. The town was named by James Smith, the secretary of George Fifie Angas, after Greenock on the Clyde River in Scotland and is sometimes called Little Scotland in the Barossa Valley. The town is also located on the famous Heysen Trail.
The charming cottage offers two beautifully appointed bedrooms catering for up to 5 people. It features: reverse cycle air-conditioning, cosy living room, wood fire place, modern country style kitchen (including coffee machine), outdoor BBQ and fully enclosed backyard area.
Guests can also enjoy the 32 inch LCD TV with DVD player and DVD library. Bathrobes and linen are all provided and laundry facilities are also available to guests.
Included in the rates is a bottle of Barossa Shiraz to enjoy, continental breakfast provisions for 2 days and a decanter of aged port. There is also complimentary wireless internet access. Everything you need to sit back and simply relax and enjoy the Barossa at it's best.
Greenock's Old Telegraph Station brings old world charm with modern convenience.....allowing for a wonderful stay.
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