Pat Busch Nature Reserve offers a selection of self catering accommodation (sleeps up to 46) in the Breede River Valley near Robertson. Surrounded by high mountains at the end of a country road.
Rainbow Glen Self Catering Chalets is located in Montagu, conveniently close to the Cogmanskloof hiking trails and Rock Climbing Crags and has a splendid view of Kanonkop from all of the chalets.
Come and escape from the city stress to a place filled with birdsong, where the pace is relaxed and tranquility a high priority! Audrey's Vineyard Cottage & Homestead is on a working grape farm in the scenic Nuy Valley, at the foothills of...
Patryskloof Guest Farm offers self catering accommodation on a working farm outside Worcester in the Breede River Valley. The house sleeps more than 10 people.
Esperance Farmstay offers self catering accommodation on a beautiful Boland working farm that produces table and wine grapes in Overhex, between Worcester and Robertson, on the R60/R62. 2 Options available: 8-sleeper and 4-sleeper.
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
The Prime Spot is a charming and cosy venue which provide bed and breakfast (6 rooms) and self catering accommodation (2 cottages) in Worcester in the Breede River Valley.
The town of Robertson lies in the shadow of the Langeberg Mountains on Route 62, about one-and-a-half hours' drive from Cape Town. Surrounded by vineyards and deciduous fruit orchards, Robertson is one of the most attractive towns in the Cape. With Victorian and Georgian cottages and jacaranda lined streets, the town is usually awash with colour.
Robertson, which became famous for its ostrich farming, continues as it did when founded in 1853, with its vineyards, ostrich, fruit and dairy farms. The area is regarded as a pioneer for organic wine production and the district is renowned for its wine growing and racehorse stud farming. Some of the finest red wines in the Cape are produced here and Robertson boasts a wine route of its own, that includes 48 wineries from the nearby towns of McGregor, Ashton and Bonnievale.
Robertson has a number of other attractions, including: rock climbing, bird watching, fishing on the Breede River, visiting the local museum or picnicking in the great outdoors.