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
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
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.
Situated in the Tulbagh Wine Valley between Tulbagh and Wolseley and at the foot of the Winterhoek Mountains, the Mountain Cabin and Mountain Bungalow offer a tranquil hideaway from city life.
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.
Eikelaan Farm Cottage. On offer at this neat working farm with wheat, vines, olives, sheep and cattle are 3 luxury self-catering cottages all fronted by an open vista of green fields merging into blue mountains - an appealing contrast of the soft...
The picturesque little town of Porterville lies at the feet of the Olifants River Mountains, only 140 km north of Cape Town within one of the most scenic valleys in the Cape. The town is best known by locals and visitors alike as the paragliding and hanggliding capital of South Africa as the sky over Porterville produces some powerful thermals during summer.
Porterville was named after the Attorney General of the Cape, William Porter, in 1863 when the original farm Pomona was subdivided. Remants of early San inhabitant rock art are evident in caves amongst dramatic rock formations. Porterville is also gateway to the Groot Winterhoek Nature Reserve with fine examples of indigenous flora and fauna, including the only naturally occuring colony of yellow Disa.
Porterville lies within the famous Swartland wine region, named for its characteristic dark foliage. Most of the vines are from dryland conditions (not irrigated) and much sought after for their excellent quality and flavour. Wine tasting at the Porterville Cellars is therefore a must.