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Stellenbosch is a beautiful, upmarket suburb in the Western Cape with spectacular mountain and valley views. It is approximately an hour away from Cape Town city centre and is the perfect holiday destination for the whole family with many attractions for everyone.

The Burgerhuis Museum, a Cape Dutch style home was built 1797 and has been fully restored from furniture to paintings and a must visit while on holiday in Stellenbosch. It is open daily. The Spier Wine Estate hosts a summer performance arts in an open air amphitheatre each summer and here you will enjoy some of the finest dance, opera, music, theatre and comedy. If you enjoy the thrill of challenging hiking trails with steep mountain slopes and the outdoors then the Jonkershoek Nature Reserve is the perfect day out for you and your family. Stellenbosch also offers many attractions such as horseback riding and trails, wine tasting and tours through lush vineyards and a well maintained golf course where you can relax and enjoy a game or just hit some practice balls to keep your swing in shape while on holiday.

You will never be short of options for accommodation in Stellenbosch. Have a hearty breakfast when you stay over at Bed and Breakfast Accommodation in Stellenbosch or perhaps you prefer the more luxurious Hotel Accommodation in Stellenbosch. If you like to rather do it yourself, there is also Self Catering Accommodation in Stellenbosch to choose from. 

Stellenbosch is in the Western Cape and enjoys warm dry summer months with cool to very cold wet winters.

Stellenbosch, located in the Cape Winelands in the Western Cape, is renowned for its picturesque landscapes, historic charm, and vibrant wine culture.

Here are fifteen must-see attractions in and around Stellenbosch:

  1. Dorp Street: Known for its well-preserved Cape Dutch architecture, this historic street is perfect for a leisurely stroll and offers a glimpse into the town's colonial past.

  2. Stellenbosch University Botanical Garden: A serene oasis in the town center, featuring a wide variety of indigenous and exotic plants, including a beautiful bonsai collection.

  3. Jonkershoek Nature Reserve: Offers excellent hiking and mountain biking trails with breathtaking views of the Jonkershoek Mountains and lush landscapes.

  4. Stellenbosch Wine Route: Explore a variety of renowned wineries and estates, each offering unique wines, tastings, and cellar tours.

  5. Oom Samie se Winkel: A charming old-world general store on Dorp Street, selling a range of traditional goods, curios, and souvenirs.

  6. Spier Wine Farm: One of the oldest wine farms in South Africa, known for its art exhibitions, eagle encounters, and a wide array of wine tasting experiences.

  7. Delaire Graff Estate: A luxury winery offering exquisite wines, fine dining, and stunning views of the vineyards and mountains.

  8. Rupert Museum: Features an impressive collection of contemporary South African art, including works by Irma Stern, Maggie Laubser, and Anton van Wouw.

  9. The Stellenbosch Village Museum: Consists of four preserved historic houses that showcase different periods in Stellenbosch's history, offering a fascinating glimpse into the past.

  10. Lanzerac Wine Estate: Famous for its historic charm, luxury accommodations, and delicious wines, this estate also offers spa treatments and fine dining.

  11. Tokara Wine Estate: Known for its award-winning wines, beautiful olive groves, and an art gallery featuring contemporary South African artists.

  12. Morgenhof Wine Estate: A picturesque estate offering wine tastings, cellar tours, and a relaxing atmosphere to enjoy the scenic surroundings.

  13. Asara Wine Estate: Combines wine tasting with luxury accommodations and fine dining, set against a backdrop of stunning vineyards and mountains.

  14. Old Nectar Gardens: These historic gardens are beautifully landscaped and offer a peaceful retreat with a variety of plant species and charming garden features.

  15. Root44 Market: Located on Audacia Wine Farm, this vibrant market offers a variety of food stalls, crafts, live music, and family-friendly activities every weekend.

These attractions highlight the rich cultural heritage, natural beauty, and vibrant wine culture of Stellenbosch, making it a must-visit destination for travelers in the Western Cape.

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