Located on a beautiful farm overlooked by the austere 946m high solitary rock sentinel of the Kasteelberg, is the quaint self-catering Della Vigna Cottage. Della Vigna Cottage is well equipped and has two bedrooms sleeping a total of four.
Vineyard Cottage offers self catering accommodation in Darling, Cape West Coast. Set in an elevated position; a small vineyard to the front gives one the sense of being in the Winelands while the almond trees and olive grove add to that Country feel. The
Burgherspost Wine Estate offers self catering chalet accommodation in the Darling area, Cape West Coast. Burgherspost and Cloof Wine Estates are nestled into the Darling Wine route at the foot of the picturesque Dassenberg Granite mountain. Our designer,
Berghoff Chalets offers self catering cottage accommodation in Porterville, Cape West Coast. Berghoff fynbos farm in the Olifants River Mountains above Porterville offers four fully equipped, self-catering chalets for breaks from city life. The chalets al
Pampoen Fontein farm offers self catering accommodation in the Porterville area, Cape West Coast. Pampoen Fontein Farm is situated on a plateau high in the Olifants River Mountains two hours from Cape Town. We offer complete peace and quiet within a thous
the Milkshed The spacious self catering cottage can accommodate seven adults with comfort and ease.There are three double en-suite bedrooms, two with bath and shower facilities and the third a bath only. Situate din Tulbagh, Western Cape.
Welbedacht Game & Nature Reserve offers a stunning retreat in the countryside. The equipped self catering cottages have shady verandas with mountain water plunge pools, log fireplaces and braai places as well as fresh linen and towels and a supply of fire
Big Sky Villa is situated in the heart of Tulbagh town. Walking distance from the Central Business District. Tulbagh is famous for its historic Church Street, breathtaking scenery, wine and olive farms as well as wedding venues.
The town of Moorreesburg lies in the heart of the Swartland, just 70 km from the West Coast and an hour’s drive from Cape Town. With endless fields of wheat and the only wheat museum in South Africa – one of three in the world - Moorreesburg has agri-tourism and eco-tourism at the centre of its attraction to visitors.
One can visit local farms in Moorreesburg to experience wheat farming first-hand; the museum hosts wheat fossils that date back to the Egyptians and great effort goes into the protection of the local, unspoiled indigenous Rhenosterveld, for which the Swartland is named – when the Renosterveld is dry, it turns black.
Activities in Moorreesburg include canoeing, swimming, fishing and hiking and the local golf course provides a good 9-hole round of golf. Moorreesburg is fast becoming a popular weekend destination for busy Capetonians wanting a break away from it all in the tranquillity of unspoilt countryside.