Treat yourself to a night in a luxuriously decorated room within a beautiful idyllic garden setting in the Cape Winelands. The guesthouse is surrounded by romantic Lavender Fields and mountains-meet-vineyard-themed outdoor scenery
Mooi Bly offers five well-appointed, charming thatched cottages that can sleep up to six people, situated in a big garden with a swimming pool. They are fully equipped, serviced, have private verandas with barbecue facilities and a magnificent view of the
Peace and tranquility awaits at this luxurious and romantic wine and fruit estate in the heart of the Cape Winelands, South Africa. Lying at the foot of the Historic Bains Kloof pass majestic mountains encircle the retreat creating a stunning...
We have four self catering cottages on the property which can accommodate a maximum of 20 guests. They are fully equipped with bedding, towels, cutlery and crockery. Children of all ages are welcome. As we are a self catering establishment, with ...
The four star De Kleijne Bos Country House which nestles in the heart of the Drakenstein valley, features the well known Winelands region. Situated on the outskirts of the Paarl Village, only 3km from the main town, it is an ideal base to indulge tastes f
Middelplaas Paarl Guest house is set on a tranquil farm situated within easy reach of the town centre. It is an ideal destination for corporate guests, holidaymakers, wedding guests, school groups, team builders or sports groups.
5 Konings Accommodation in Paarl invites you to stay in one of our 10 stylishly decorated, en-suite rooms catering for your comfort and enjoyment. All the rooms are equipped with air conditioning, DSTV, flat screen televisions, and free wi-fi. Each room h
Hamlin Country Cottage is a spacious three bedroomed self catering establishment situated in Paarl and close to KWV Cellar, Nederburg Wines, and Fairview Winery & Cheese.
Ladera-vista is nestled against Paarlberg offering panoramic views of the Paarl Valley and the Drakenstein Mountains. Five self-catering units in a rustic, country atmosphere that indulges the senses and rejuvenates even the most weary of minds.
The historic Western Cape town of Wellington, steeped in tradition and history, lies just to the north of Paarl. Sitting at the foot of the Groenberg, Wellington lies in a green valley on the banks of the Berg and the Spruit Rivers with the vast Slanghoekberg mountains lying to the East. Wellington has an atmosphere that will captivate the visitor once he discovers the town and its attractions.
The valley in which Wellington sits was originally called the Limiet Vallei or Frontier Valley. In the latter days of the 17th Century, when French Huguenots settled the area, it became known as the Val du Charron (the Valley of the Wagon Makers). Only after the establishment of the town in 1840 was its name changed to Wellington in honour of the Duke after his defeat of Napoleon at the Battle of Waterloo.
Wellington has all the accommodation and attractions that you could wish for. There are miles and miles of hiking trails in the surrounding mountains, there are historic houses and museums, not to mention the numerous vineyards that dot the region. This picturesque small town is the ideal spot to use as a base for your tours of the Western Cape.