More ideas for a winter escape with Accor


In a previous article, we looked at some options to warm regions that you may like to consider for an Accor Winter Escape  In this article, we focus on what you might think of as more cosy options.

Barossa Valley

Maybe you’d like a trip to the world-renowned winery region of the Barossa Valley. The area offers a range of wineries, with tours and cellar door tastings on offer.

You can check out Accor’s Barossa Valley accommodation here Barossa Valley Hotels – ALL

Perth’s Southwest

The Southwest of Western Australia has much to offer. Of course, there is the Margaret River region, where you’ll find word-class wineries, five-star dining, and boutique breweries. Or, if wanting to get back to nature, you can check out the towering forests.

Busselton is also a great destination. Located in Geographe Bay, it offers coastal scenery, unspoiled beaches, and excellent fishing. It can also serve as a jump-off point into the Margaret River region.

Accor offers a range of hotels:

Margaret River: Hotels in Margaret River – ALL

Naturaliste: Hotels in Naturaliste – ALL

Busselton: Hotels in Busselton -ALL


Winter might be the off-season in Hobart, but that doesn’t mean there’s nothing to do. Quite the opposite. In fact, winter shows Hobart, and the rest of Tasmania in a different light. And with fewer tourists around, there’s less traffic and less queuing.

There’s still the wilderness to explore, but perhaps you can take in Mona (Museum of Old and New Art), go on a tasting tour of Hobart distilleries, or head to Salamanca markets.

Accor has a range of hotels in Hobart, and you can check them out here: Hobart Hotels – ALL

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Mark is the founder of FlyStayPoints, and caught the travel bug early in life. He discovered the benefits of travel loyalty programs in 2001, and is always learning how they can make travel better. While work takes him between Perth and Melbourne, he is always plotting his next adventure.