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.
Situated in the Tulbagh Wine Valley between Tulbagh and Wolseley and at the foot of the Winterhoek Mountains, the Mountain Cabin is a beautiful self-catering wooden chalet that can accommodate up to 5 people and offers a tranquil hideaway from city life.
Dreamcatcher sleeps up to 6 people, but whether you rent one, two or three bedrooms, the whole house is at all times exclusively yours!
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
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 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.
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 ...
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
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
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
Only 120 km from Cape Town, Tulbagh lies in a gorgeous, fertile valley, surrounded by mountains - the Obiqua Mountains to the west, the Winterhoek to the north and Witzenberg to the east. Proteas and herbs such as Buchu grow wild and the productive Tulbagh valley produces some of South Africa's best wines, olive oil, peaches, pears and 70% of the country's plums.
Tulbagh was developed in 1743 but after an earthquake in 1969 every home in the now famous Church Street had to be restored. Today 32 of these buildings are National Monuments - the largest concentration of monuments in one street in the country.
The Tulbagh Co-operative Winery lies just outside of Tulbagh and has produced wines since 1906. It lies in the picturesque hamlet of Drostdy and boasts about 16 wineries, some of them relative newcomers. Other activities in the area include hiking, mountain bike routes, horse riding and fishing.