Fairfield Cottages provide self catering guest farm accommodation in the Ceres Valley, Cape Winelands. Situated midway between the Town of Ceres and Prince Alfred Hamlet. Fairfield Cottages is set on a 100ha operational fruit farm against the foot of the
The farm is 222 hectares with the upper part of the farm reaching into the natural fynbos and proteas of the Western Cape mountains. Other parts of the farm are established to wine grape vineyards, winter crops such as oats and a herd of Angus ...
Whether you are looking for adventure or simply a break away from the city, let White Bridge Farm be your choice of destination. Situated between the R46 and the R43, we are well positioned to visit either Tulbagh, Wolseley or Ceres. We will guarantee tha
Big Sky Cottages is a mere hour drive from Cape Town and offers modern self-catering semi-detached cottages on the foothills of the Mostertshoek Mountain between Wolseley and Ceres, overlooking the beautiful Buchu lands with breathtaking views of the vall
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...
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.
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.
Prince Albert Hamlet Accommodation
Prince Alfred Hamlet is located approximately 10 km north of Ceres on the R303. The village was founded on the farm Wagenboomsrivier which belonged to Jan Goosen on 8th December 1861. It was named after Prince Alfred, the second son of Queen Victoria, who had visited South Africa the previous year.
The surrounding farms produce substantial quantities of deciduous fruit and potatoes, and peaches, pears and plums from this region are exported to countries all over the world. The village, which is the terminus of the branch railway line from Wolseley via Ceres, is geared up to handle the packing and distribution of these crops in season.
If you travel another 10 km north on the R303 you reach the Gydo Pass which takes you through the Gydoberg mountains. This pass links the Warm Bokkeveld valley with the Cold Bokkeveld. The pass was completed in 1848 by Andrew Geddes Bain while he was building the Michells Pass to Ceres. The original pass built by Bains was replaced by a tarred road after the Second World War.
January is warmest time of year in Prince Alfred Hamlet with an average temperature of 29.9 degrees Celsius at noon. July is coldest with an average temperature of 3.1 degrees Celsius at night. Prince Alfred Hamlet has no distinct temperature seasons, and the temperature is relatively constant during the year. Temperatures drop sharply at night. In winter there may be some days that it freezes, although overall, winters are mild in temperature, with the coldest month most often being July. January is on average the month with most sunshine. Rainfall and other precipitation has no distinct peak month.