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FEATURES

  • Delightful and cozy one-bedroom flat for 2 guests
  • Private patio and garden, laundry done on request
  • Swimming pool, secure parking
  • Free wifi and premium DSTV channels
  • Self-catering: fully fitted kitchen and dining room
  • Meals on request (home cooking), breakfast basket available
  • In the heart of the winelands, travel guidance provided
  • 20 mins. from beach (Strand), 40 mins. from Cape Town

Tariff: R290 - R350 per person sharing, R400 - R500 single

Stellenbosch is a well-known town in South Africa. The white Dutch cabled houses are still to be seen in Dorp Street and in the historic centre of town.

Stellenbosch is in the heart of the Winelands. There are numerous restaurants on wine farms - and many more in Stellenbosch! You are minutes away from the following well-known and traditional (and new) wine farms/cellars with their own restaurants (in most cases with wine tasting facilities). To name a few:

  • Avontuur: breakfast whilst watching the stud horses
  • Blaauwklippen: restaurant and Sunday market
  • Neethlingshof: Lord Neethling restaurant
  • Hidden Valley: most beautiful panoramic view from Overture restaurant (booking essential nominated as one of the best in South Africa)
  • Ernie Els Wine Farm: magnificent views onto all the surrounding mountains and valleys
  • Asara: beautiful view onto the Stellenbosch mountains with more than one restaurant
  • Delheim: on the way to Paarl. Enjoy lunch on the patio
  • Delaire Graff: on the way to Franschhoek this is paradise. Restaurants and spa
  • Beyerskloof: well-known winemaker's delightful restaurant
  • Tokara: At Helshoogte, on the way to Franschhoek
  • Djakarta: one of few Indonesian restaurants in the Western Cape
  • Lanzerac Hotel is still a favourite with every traveller restaurants and spa
  • Clos Malverne on the Devon Valley Road: food and wine pairing booking essential at this outstanding restaurant
  • JC le Roux also on Devon Valley Road sparkling wine tasting, beautiful restaurant with a view
  • Waterford and Dornier wine farms, right at the foot of Stellenbosch mountain not to be missed
  • Babylonstoren on the Klapmuts-Simondium Road you have not seen anything like this. Walk through the fruit and vegetable gardens to the tea garden. Booking essential at their posh restaurant
  • The best steaks in town: Hussar's Grill in Plein Street and Wijnhuis Restaurant in Andringa Street
  • In season you can pick your own strawberries at Mooiberge, on the way to the Strand.
  • Jonkershoek Nature Reserve (5 km from centre of town) is a great place to go hiking, jogging, cycling etc. Restaurant at the gate.
  • The Rupert Museum is a place not to be missed and offers more for the eye and the mind than you can imagine! This is one of 6 museums situated in Stellenbosch
  • The wonderful Botanical Garden, situated in the historic centre is open 7 days a week no admission fees. Have lunch at the shady outdoors restaurant
  • Stellenbosch Fresh Food Market (slow food market) at Oude Libertas on a Saturday morning is the place to be seen!