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Newest reviews for Jacobs Creek Retreat at Moorooroo Park

  • Ian
    August 22, 2014

    The loft room is dark dated dirty and awkward to get around it needs an update to reflect it's lovely surrounding


  • Catherine
    June 11, 2014

    Everything perfect what more can I say


  • Susannah
    May 17, 2014

    Very pretty location and quaint place, grounds were lovely. Nespresso machine in room was great! Host was knowledgeable and friendly.

    We were in one of the loft suites and had a possum living in the roof, so we were woken 3-4 am both mornings, until we banged on the roof and it disappeared for awhile. Room was rustic but bordering on being a bit shabby. Bathroom needs updating. Pretty basic really for the price. Limited toiletries, no tissues. Breakfast ok, again basic.


  • Angela
      New Zealand
    May 8, 2014

    Love the remoteness of the location and the history. Lovely staff, nothing too much trouble....


  • Matt
    April 16, 2014

    Just stunning, one of the nicest places I have ever stayed. Staff were incredible.

    Nothing at all to dislike. Nothing.


  • Anne
      United Kingdom
    April 10, 2014

    The gardens are beautiful and breakfast was good. The rooms are nicely furnished with pictures and antiques. There is a lovely swimming pool.

    We had 2 rooms but neither Jacuzzi worked, the rooms were very dark and outdoor furniture poor. There were no dining facilities in the evening and it was a long taxi ride into town.


  • Anonymous
    April 2, 2014

    This is a real hideaway, the gardens are magnificent and even and have an Alice in Wonderland feel. The pavilion breakfast was unhurried and a offered high quality selection of foods. Really they couldn't do enough for you - big contrast to cash and wrap of big resorts

    The fridge and coffee making in the bathroom, we loved the coffee machine, but felt if they took just one chair out of the main room they could neatly stow the kitchen equipment.


  • Sue
    March 31, 2014

    The whole experience was wonderful. Beautiful rooms, gardens and grounds. Delicious breakfast too.

    I only stayed 1 night. Wish I could have stayed 2nights and experience the pizza lunch and more time to relax in the gardens.


  • Juerg
    February 26, 2014

    very specia land nice location, a place to go and be! Very friendly staff.


  • Shiralee
    January 21, 2014

    The cottage was amazing. The grounds were beautiful and it was so quiet and relaxing. Did not want to leave.


  • Elaine
    January 20, 2014

    Felt peaceful and private there.


  • Jane
    January 10, 2014

    The winery was very cute and the platter with the tasting was great. Charles was nice very informative and the breakfast was beautiful.

    Room was bit out dates and needed fixtures fixed. the mini bar was pretty average. there was no DVD player as stated and the room needed a really good clean.


  • Sharyn
    January 6, 2014

    We especially like the personal welcome and tour from Charles. This is a lovely place to stay and we totally enjoyed our stay. Breakfast cooked and presented personally by Charles was terrific. What a great place and a truly lovely man. We hope to return again. Would recommend to couples as a perfect place to stay.

    Everything was fantastic.


  • Gary
    December 4, 2013

    Jacobs Creek Retreat is just a beautiful location. It has the fantastic combination of location, location, location along with really friendly staff. Being greeted with a wine tasting was a great start to our stay. The first wine was a "Wow". Every experince from that point on was another "Wow".

    There is not a single fault to be found anywhere. This place is paradise.


  • Grahame
    November 11, 2013

    Wonderful walk through of the property with Charles stillness of the area lovely birds in the morning Very comfortable bed Nice calm music Great warm showers

    dirt road leading into the resort Needs more cupboards for toiletries and clothing


  • Sally
    October 16, 2013

    The welcome from host Charles; the peaceful and delightful gardens and such a beautiful general setting. Rooms delightful and comfortable.

    All good.


  • Jeanette
    September 28, 2013

    The beautiful fragrant gardens, the lovely stone cottages, the peace, the whole thing we didn't want to leave



  • Paul
    September 17, 2013

    Friendly staff and the winery where you can do wine tasting, lovely garden

    - only acrylic glasses - not good if you want to drink fine French champagne - spider web and dust behind the hand basin - no welcome gift, chocolates or biscuits/nuts for a special occasion - only enough milk for two coffees -- poorly painted kitchenette cupboards in the room - very basic breakfast - no Vegemite, no newspaper, paper, no other bread than white bread, no bakery items, no other choice for eggs other than scrambled - did not feel there was any wow factor with this stay in this retreat. It was not value for $450 when compared with other resorts that class themselves as luxury and the extras that they do.


  • Anonymous
    September 8, 2013

    Gardens, old buildings

    bathroom downstairs from bedroom


  • Hsien
    September 6, 2013

    Overall ambience, rustic and serene in constitution Seclusion, away from usual small town crowd Exclusiveness unlike the usual square blockish and emotionless motel like setting expected of all small town hotels

    Trees & plants, outdoor benches, chairs and metal fencing not well kept and attended to, e.g. rust all over outdoor chairs rendering them impossible to sit on. No in-house dining facility other than short 1 hour limited spread breakfast road leading to resort no lighting at all at night rendering the drive in and drive out at night unpleasant and spooky


  • Suzanne
    September 3, 2013

    Quiet, laid back, comfortable.

    We had no hot water, until 11pm at night due to gas cylinders not checked.


  • Kathryn
    July 18, 2013

    Cottages were charming and nicely appointed. Grounds were beautifully laid out and reflected the style of the area and its history. Lovely details in use of recycled materials - a very organic feel. Easy to find and good parking. A great place to relax and enjoy the bounty of the Barossa! Friendly, helpful and attentive staff who appear to enjoy working at the retreat.

    Winter is very cold for stone buildings, particularly those with tiled floors. Would have appreciated complimentary slippers or thick socks. Electric blankets on bed would also be a bonus for chilled travelers. One of the couple staying has food allergies, which were specified in the original booking: would have appreciated appropriate non dairy products in fridge for coffee machine.


  • Robert
    July 3, 2013

    All very good

    No dinning facility


  • Anonymous
    July 1, 2013

    Good location to the Barrosa valley. Tasty breakfast served. The owner of the property was very attentive and helpful.

    The name Jacobs Creek is confusing as you think that the retreat is connected to the winery. It has nothing to do with it. Some areas like the balconies around some of the rooms need some repair as there are cracks and some surfaces are uneven.


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