Treat yourself to a night in a luxuriously decorated room within a beautiful idyllic garden setting in the Cape Winelands. The guesthouse is surrounded by romantic Lavender Fields and mountains-meet-vineyard-themed outdoor scenery
Mooi Bly offers five well-appointed, charming thatched cottages that can sleep up to six people, situated in a big garden with a swimming pool. They are fully equipped, serviced, have private verandas with barbecue facilities and a magnificent view of the
Ladera-vista is nestled against Paarlberg offering panoramic views of the Paarl Valley and the Drakenstein Mountains. Five self-catering units in a rustic, country atmosphere that indulges the senses and rejuvenates even the most weary of minds.
Hamlin Country Cottage is a spacious three bedroomed self catering establishment situated in Paarl and close to KWV Cellar, Nederburg Wines, and Fairview Winery & Cheese.
Denneboom Vineyards and Wildlife offers self catering accommodation in Voor-Paardeberg in the Paarl Winelands, Cape Winelands. A boutique producer of wine and olive oil and purveyor of 4 star accommodation. Our self catering accommodation was born out of
Experience the pleasure of staying on a wine farm. Soak up the beauty of the surrounding views. Our close proximity to the towns of Stellenbosch, Paarl and Franschhoek, makes Landskroon an ideal base from which to explore the famed Cape Winelands.
Middelplaas Paarl Guest house is set on a tranquil farm situated within easy reach of the town centre. It is an ideal destination for corporate guests, holidaymakers, wedding guests, school groups, team builders or sports groups.
5 Konings Accommodation in Paarl invites you to stay in one of our 10 stylishly decorated, en-suite rooms catering for your comfort and enjoyment. All the rooms are equipped with air conditioning, DSTV, flat screen televisions, and free wi-fi. Each room h
Bona Vista is in the heart of the Cape Winelands, which is surrounded by a semicircle of picturesque Boland mountains. It is an active wine and fruit farm with a thoroughbred horse stud.
The Western Cape wine lands town of Paarl is situated between the Paarl Mountain Nature Reserve and the grand Du Toit's Kloof mountains. In the Nature Reserve you can see enormous granite domes, among them the second largest granite rock in the world, towering above the town and looking like giant pearls as they glisten with moisture in the morning sun. Paarl is often referred to as the pearl of the Berg River Valley. The mountain was first named the Peerleberg or pearly mountain by a pioneer explorer in the 17th century. The town was established in 1720 with the building of the first church there. Paarl Mountain (called Tortoise Mountain by the Khoikhoi) was declared a National Monument in 1963, one of the first mountains to have so been.
The Paarl Museum houses a fine collection of Cape antiques that include silver, brass, porcelain and brass as well as a collection of stinkwood and yellowwood furniture. Bethel Building, the oldest surviving building in Paarl, dates back to 1710. Paarl is an excellent place to be centred for touring the Western Cape. There is ample accommodation here and simply dozens of attractions and activities to keep the visitor occupied.