Tiny House Barossa

Escape to tranquillity with a tiny house Barossa stay at CABN, where luxury meets eco-consciousness in the heart of the Barossa Valley. Our tiny eco-friendly houses offer the perfect blend of rustic charm and modern comfort, providing an exclusive retreat amidst the scenic beauty of the region.

Secluded in the picturesque Barossa Valley, CABN provides a unique tiny homes experience just an hour’s drive from Adelaide. Nestled in off-grid spots overlooking picturesque landscapes, our tiny houses offer a private sanctuary for guests to unwind and reconnect with nature.

The Barossa is filled with great wineries, and restaurants to explore. See our recommendations below.

For more information, you can also visit the Barossa Visitor Information Centre or their website online here.

Our Recommendations

Curator Wine CoPenfoldsSt HallettSeppeltsfield WineryHentley FarmLangmeil WineryRolf BinderLou’s Place, Seppeltsfield Road Distillers1918 Bistro & GrillThe Farm EateryEl Estanco, and fermentAsian Restaurant.

Location Map

Barossa Valley Cabins

CABN X Seppeltsfield

Seppeltsfield Road, Barossa Valley
Sleeps: 2 People – Couples CABNs only
From $525/Night
4 CABN X overlooking Seppeltsfield
CABN type: cabn x


Seppeltsfield Road, Barossa Valley
Sleeps: 2
From $320/Night
5 CANVS overlooking Seppeltsfield
CABN type: canvs

Chloe and Elsie

Sleeps: 2 - 4
From $305/Night
55 minutes North of Adelaide
CABN type: cabn

Tiny Houses Barossa

Discover the diverse range of CABN accommodations in the picturesque Barossa Valley. Nestled amidst the stunning landscapes, CABN offers three distinct options for your stay.

For couples seeking an intimate retreat, CABN X Seppeltsfield provides off-grid tiny home accommodation exclusively for two, with four luxury CABN X units overlooking the serene Seppeltsfield Road. Starting at $445 per night, these tranquil escapes promise a romantic getaway like no other.

Alternatively, CANVS by CABN offers five sleek CANVS tiny house style pavilions with outdoor seating and bath, also overlooking Seppeltsfield, starting at $280 per night.

Our original tiny houses, CABN Chloe and Elsie offer accommodation for two to four guests, starting at $305 per night. These charming and cosy tiny house CABNs provide a comfy queen bed and act as a perfect base for exploring the beauty of the Barossa region.

Enjoying Barossa Valley

While staying at tiny houses at CABN, explore the renowned Barossa wine region with over 80 cellar doors waiting to be discovered. Sample some of Australia’s finest wines and immerse yourself in the rich viticultural heritage of the area.

In the beautiful Barossa Valley, there’s an abundance of activities to suit every interest:

  • Wine Tasting: Explore world-class wines at numerous cellar doors and vineyards.
  • Culinary Experiences: Indulge in fresh, locally sourced cuisine at acclaimed restaurants and cafes.
  • Scenic Drives: Enjoy picturesque countryside views on leisurely drives through vineyards and charming villages.
  • Outdoor Activities: Experience the natural beauty of the region with bushwalking, cycling, or hot air ballooning.
  • Historical Sites: Learn about the area’s history by visiting heritage-listed sites and museums.
  • Art and Culture: Discover local artwork and crafts at galleries and artisanal shops.
  • Food Markets: Sample gourmet treats and fresh produce at bustling food markets.
  • Events and Festivals: Attend food, wine, music, and cultural festivals happening throughout the year.
  • Golfing: Tee off at scenic golf courses like Tanunda Pines Golf Club or Barossa Valley Golf Course.
  • Relaxation: Unwind with spa treatments or picnics amidst the picturesque surroundings.

Book With CABN

Experience unforgettable moments in the Barossa wine region with a stay at CABN. Whether it’s a romantic getaway, solo adventure, or peaceful retreat with friends, our tiny homes in Barossa Valley offers the perfect escape for those seeking a deeper connection with nature.

Book your CABN Barossa stay today and embark on a journey of relaxation, rejuvenation, and discovery in one of Australia’s most beloved wine regions.