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Guest Rating: 
 3 Reviews
The Guest Farm, a family owned wine farm with a boutique wine cellar, is situated in one of the most beautiful valleys of the Cape Winelands on the popular Route 62. Nuy Valley Guest Farm offers accommodation with a warm and homely atmosphere.

The Nuy Valley turn-off is about 15km from Worcester en route to Robertson and 75 minutes drive from Cape Town and close to many attractions such as the KWV Brandy Cellar, National Karoo Botanical Garden and many more. The scenery is beautiful and relaxing.

Experience a stay in the delightful original Cape Dutch homestead or stylish en suite rooms with lovely scenic views. Log fire, aircon, fans and swimming pool in season.

The Guest Farm can accommodate 75 guests in 18 en-suite rooms with TV, aircon, fans, some with balcony and valley view, all large and very comfortable.

V.I.P. Backpacker facilities are available in a unique renovated wine cellar for up to 27 people to share.

The restaurant has an a la carté menu from 08:00 till 17:00. For group and function reservations there are specially compiled menus.
From:
R260.00 per unit, Max: 20

  • Nuy Valley Restaurant and Guest Farm
  • Nuy Valley Restaurant and Guest Farm
  • Nuy Valley Restaurant and Guest Farm
  • Nuy Valley Restaurant and Guest Farm
  • Nuy Valley Restaurant and Guest Farm
  • Nuy Valley Restaurant and Guest Farm
  • Nuy Valley Restaurant and Guest Farm
  • Nuy Valley Restaurant and Guest Farm
  • Nuy Valley Restaurant and Guest Farm

Facilities & Services:

  • Other
  • Conference facilities
  • Wine Tasting
  • Other
  • Team Building
  • Self-Braai / Barbecue
  • Other
  • Bar on the Premises
  • Restaurant
  • Fireplace on the Premises
  • Other
  • Garden
  • Parking (off-street - covered)
  • Afrikaans
  • English
  • Other Language
  • Hiking / Walking Trails
  • Communal Television
  • Horse Riding
  • Swimming Pool
  • Communal Satellite TV
  • Tennis Court
  • Other


Rooms:

The Nuy Valley accommodation consists of various luxury en suite rooms; some with a scenic views; with TV, aircon, fans, some with balcony and valley view, all large and very comfortable.

A unique part of the accommodation is the wine cellar rooms. The comfortable attractive rooms used to be part of an old concrete wine cellar. These are budget rooms with separate bathrooms, lounge and television. There is room for up to 27 persons to share.

Nuy Valley Restaurant and Guest Farm Activities:

Wine tasting
This valley is renowned for its excellent wines. Open 7 days a week

The Kloof:
A 4x4 route will take you deep into the spectacular Nuy River ravines where meals are served on the mountain cabin’s patio. Other activies in the Kloof are swimming in the pools and trout fishing.

Birding
In the Nuy Valley, we have over a 100 bird species. For bird lovers it would be a real treat to come and visit and watch how nature take you to a different world. Also available is 88 species of fowl from all over the world.

Cellar tours
Come enjoy our cellar tours - it's an unforgettable experience. By appointment only.

Wine & olive tasting horse cart tours:
The special horse cart takes visitors on a unique trip which includes olive tasting at the Willow Creek Olive Estate in the Nuy Valley and wine tasting at both the Conradie Boutique Cellar and Nuy Wine Cellar.
Twice daily - please book in advanced.

Functions
Nuy Valley has beautiful entertainment areas for large as well as small groups. Fully equipped facilities are available for one day and multiple day conferences, seminars and team building.

Other
We are close to many of the Worcester valley's main attractions and a central starting point for outdoor enthusiasts' activities such as hiking trails, nature excursion (special tour with game viewing), lake for yachting and power boats, Karoo National Botanical Garden, a visit to the KWV brandy cellar, wine routes, art and cultural museums, picnic areas.

Nuy Valley Restaurant and Guest Farm Map:

Nuy Valley Restaurant and Guest Farm Guest Reviews

Average Guest Rating: 
  3.7 out of 5 based on 3 reviews.


The facility is very good but the camping facilities strange as there are no ablutions close by and you have to walk through the reception area to get to the backpackers area to use those ablutions.
Rating: 
 Reviewed by Alta Booysen on 17 March 2016

These are not luxury accommodations but are adequate and the service is good.
Rating: 
 Reviewed by Bill Abel over a year ago

The rustic/ rural setting (but very comfortable) was just what a medical friend and I required in setting out "meandering" on the Route 62 setting. There being few guests that one night we stayed over we naturally had the best of service especially in the dining room.. A very helpful lady assisted us at all times
Rating: 
 Reviewed by Dr James Elias over a year ago