Cape Winelands Hotels
Boutique Hotels And Guesthouses And Award-Winning Wine Estates In The Cape Winelands
The Western Cape Winelands are renowned for their beautiful natural surroundings and staying at one of the area's many hotels, lodges and guesthouses is a great way to experience the Winelands in all their glory.
From five-star accommodation options to quaint and boutique guesthouses to more remote luxury lodge establishments, there will always be an accommodation option to suit every traveller.
The area boasts some of the best hotel establishments in South Africa, with award-winning chefs preparing exquisite meals in their state-of-the-art kitchens and renowned winemakers offering tastings and tours of their cellars.
Smaller and more intimate boutique guesthouses provide a more homely stay for those looking to relax away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
From Paarl and Stellenbosch to Franschhoek and Tulbagh, you will find an abundance of boutique hotels and guesthouses in the small towns surrounding Cape Town.
The Western Cape Winelands is known for its spectacular local cuisine, the region boasts a number of award-winning eateries that offer an array of flavours and ingredients sourced from local farms and vineyards, as well as the nearby Atlantic Ocean.
If you are dreaming of exploring the area's renowned wineries or simply looking to relax and enjoy the scenery, look no further than these accommodations below. They have all that is needed for a delightful Wineland and wine-tasting getaway.
Your Guide To The Best Western Cape Winelands Accommodation Establishments
Tulbagh Boutique Hotel
Rates from R1 050.00 pp
The Tulbagh Boutique Hotel is centrally located, making it easy to explore the town and its historic Church Street.
The main hotel building dates back to 1859, and it is here that one will find the restaurant, bar, and swimming pool, as well as a luxurious selection of contemporary-styled rooms and suites.
Rijks Country House
Rates from R980.00 pp
Rijks Country House offers travellers and day visitors an exceptional experience in both service and facilities with remarkable attention to detail and graceful elegance.
The hotel is nestled in the beautiful Tulbagh valley; this beautiful five-star country house opened in October 2008.
Babylonstoren Farm Hotel
Rates from R4 150.00 pp
Babylonstoren Farm Hotel offers guests that something special they have been looking for by combining history with luxurious accommodation, superb cuisine and stunning vistas.
One of the finest Cape Winelands boutique hotel options on offer, all within a working wine estate.
Franschhoek Country House
Rates from R2 110.00 pp
5-star hotel accommodation in the heart of the Franschhoek valley complimented by the famous Monneaux Restaurant, Cape Winelands accommodation, with 14 luxuriously appointed rooms and suites.
One of the best options for anyone when looking for a few nights in the Franschhoek valley.
Villas at Franschhoek Country House
Rates from R3 600.00 pp
These luxury Villas offer what is arguably the best accommodation in the Cape Winelands; the suites are each a total of 100sqm in size which includes a separate lounge, bedroom and bathroom and two private balconies.
A fantastic family-friendly option or for a couple looking for the ultimate in space.
Rates from R925.00 pp
The seven tranquil and elegant rooms at Plumwood Inn offer up serene sophistication and timeless charm.
Plumwood Inn is a place where you will be unobtrusively pampered and where you will wake up to glorious views, birdsong and clean air.
Rates from R2 250.00 pp
The Grande Roche is a celebrated international hotel, famous for its exquisite location in the centre of the beautiful town of Paarl as well as for its luxurious Cape Winelands Accommodation and award-winning cuisine.
One of the best vineyard hotel options in the Western Cape awaits all visitors.
Rates from R1 730.00 pp
River Manor nestles quietly under Stellenbosch's ancient oaks, just two mins walk from the town's centre, all rooms have been stylishly furnished with antiques in keeping with the theme "Colonial charm with a touch of Africa".
A classic and yet upmarket guesthouse within walking distance of Stellenbosch's famed attractions.
Hawksmoor Guest House
Rates from R1 2500.00 pp
A Cape Dutch-styled country retreat located on a working 220-hectare wine farm close to both Paarl and Stellenbosch.
The views from Hawksmoor are simply stunning, with vistas out over the surrounding Paarl winelands and onto Table Mountain in the distance.
Rates from R1 370.00 pp
Majeka House is owner run and managed and is ideally located just outside Stellenbosch in a quiet residential suburb.
This Stellenbosch 5-Star Hotel is set in a spectacular garden setting with mountains and vineyards as a backdrop.
10 best things about Cape Town
Cape Town, South Africa is a vibrant and beautiful city that offers something for everyone.
From its stunning beaches to its majestic Table Mountain, from its world-famous Constantia vineyards to the stunning Kirstenbosch Garden, Robben Island and a great number of 5-star restaurants on offer - Cape Town truly is an unforgettable destination.
Here are 10 of the best things about this incredible city that make it such a fantastic place to visit or live in.
Constantia Winelands, What to Do?
Escape from the hustle of Cape Town and immerse yourself in South Africa's famous wine culture by visiting Constantia Valley - only a quick journey away!
For centuries, Constantia Valley has been the home of some of South Africa's oldest and most renowned vineyards and wine farms.
Among these renowned wineries are Groot Constantia, Klein Constantia, Constantia Uitsig and Buitenverwachting – each with its own unparalleled atmosphere and exquisite wines.
Climbing Table Mountain
Table Mountain is one of the most iconic landmarks in Cape Town, and with the Aerial Cableway closed for a few weeks, now is the perfect time to explore its many paths.
A hike up Skeleton Gorge provides an opportunity to experience nature's beauty while gathering breathtaking views along the way.
With record numbers of visitors coming to Cape Town due to its designation as World Design Capital 2014, and inclusion as one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, it is no wonder why this city has been gaining so much attention.
Kirstenbosch, Boomslang Tree Canopy Walkway
Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden is one of the most beautiful and diverse gardens in Cape Town. With its sprawling 1,300 acres of land, Kirstenbosch offers a journey of the senses with its vibrant flowers, lush greenery and an array of birdlife.
For those looking for a unique experience, take on the Boomslang Tree Canopy Walkway - an elevated walkway that provides stunning views across the gardens.
Muizenberg Beach Cape Town
Muizenberg Beach in Cape Town, South Africa, is a beautiful seaside town that has experienced both decline and resurgence.
From the late 19th century until the 1960s, it was one of the most popular resort areas in South Africa.
In recent years, however, Muizenberg has undergone a transformation as law-abiding citizens have reclaimed the area and invested heavily in its revitalization.
Norval Foundation South Africa
With its dynamic atmosphere and captivating art, Norval Foundation in Cape Town offers a unique experience for all ages who appreciate the beauty of art.
No matter who you are, the Norval Foundation has something to astound and delight! From spectacular exhibitions to an expansive sculpture garden featuring one-of-a-kind pieces, as well as a selection of educational workshops for kids - it is all here waiting.
Cape Town Kite Festival
The 19th annual Cape Town Kite Festival was held at the beginning of November in Muizenberg, bringing together over 20,000 people for a two-day event.
The festival featured stunt kiting exhibitions, Japanese-inspired Rokkaku kite battles, and a Heritage Kite Competition that encouraged children to build South African swallow or bat-style kites from scratch.
In addition to the fun activities on offer, the festival also supports Cape Mental Health charity and provides an opportunity for local businesses and visitors alike to experience the beauty of Cape Town and Muizenberg.
Cape Town Sightseeing Bus
Explore the stunning city of Cape Town in a budget-friendly and time-efficient way - The City Sightseer Bus.
This double-decker 'topless' red bus offers travellers several routes to take in all the attractions, including Blue Route from the City to Hout Bay, Red Route for Table Mountain Cable Car and Purple Route through Constantia Vineyards.
With the guided tour commentated in 15 different languages, this is a great day out for both kids and adults alike!