Pet friendly accommodation in the Barossa Valley

cottage exterior

Located in the main street of Greenock in the world famous Barossa Valley, Greenock’s Old Telegraph Station is a beautifully restored cottage offering self-catered bed and breakfast accommodation.

The building was once one of the original telegraph stations linking Adelaide and Angaston operating from 1866 at a time when travellers stopped over in the area on their way to the Murray River.

With its peaceful location in the quaint village of Greenock, the Old Telegraph Station now offers guests a relaxing environment with all the conveniences of modern living whilst retaining its old historical charm.

HotelsCombined, the Australian-based hotel price comparison website owned by KAYAK, has selected Greenock’s Old Telegraph Station to receive the official Recognition of Excellence Award. This selection has come from HotelsCombined’s extensive surveys using data from millions of guest reviews for a wide range of accommodation within Australia.
Greenock’s Old Telegraph Station has consistently produced a high satisfaction rating among guests and travel industry experts. Greenock’s Old Telegraph Station has received 124 reviews and earned an impressive guest rating of 9.6 out of 10 on HotelsCombined. Greenock’s Old Telegraph Station now joins an elite group of hotels around the world that have been
awarded the HotelsCombined Recognition of Excellence. This exclusive collection of highly-rated accommodations has been chosen using a strict set of criteria such as the quality and consistency of reviews, the absence of recurring or unresolved issues with customers, popularity of the property and of course, the overall resulting score.

Features and Inclusions

Photo Gallery of the cottage as it is currently

Photo Gallery and snippets of information on historic Greenock, Barossa Valley, South Australia