Experience rondawel living with all the mod-cons, reed ceilings throughout and surrounded by the famous Montagu mountain ranges.
Pat Busch Nature Reserve offers a selection of self catering accommodation (sleeps up to 46) in the Breede River Valley near Robertson in the Breede River Valley and Winelands region. Surrounded by high mountains at the end of a country road, we offer a v
Excelsior Manor Guesthouse offers bed and breakfast accommodation in Robertson in The Breede River Valley and Winelands region of the Western Cape. Grandeur, spaciousness, comfort and serenity - the attributes of a palace, however large or humble the size
Asher Riverside Cottage offers self catering accommodation on the banks of the Breede River near Bonnievale on the Breede River Valley and Winelands region in the Western Cape. Asher Riverside Cottages (sleeps 8 x4 = 32 max) offers the perfect location fo
Gecko Rock provides camping and self catering accommodation options in the Touws River area in the Breede River Valley and Winelands region of the Western Cape. Our mission at Gecko Rock is to offer our visitors an unparalleled outdoor experience in the S
Temenos Retreat & Wellness Center offers self catering accommodation in McGregor in the Cape Winelands and Breede River Valley region in the Western Cape. Situated in the picturesque village of McGregor is a unique country retreat (12 cottages sleeping up
Known as the gateway to the Little Karoo, Montagu is a historic town just 2 hours drive from Cape Town on Route 62. Montagu is one of the best preserved late Victorian agricultural villages in the Cape and is a wine producing village on the Little Karoo wine route.
If that isnt enough of an invitation, Montagu is also known as the "mountain mecca" of the Cape and lies nestled between the Keisie and Kingna Rivers. Her lack of pollution makes for beautiful night skies and Montagu has incredible rock formations, fruit orchards, vineyards and healing hot mineral springs as her other attractions.
Lovers Walk in Montagu, which was painstakingly reconstructed after a flood in 1981, is a charming walk that passes through beautiful cliffs to the springs. The Nature Garden, founded in 1954, offers complete peace and relaxation to those on a break from the city and other attractions include mountain biking, climbing, kloofing, fishing and boat trips on the Breede River.