Rawsonville House is situated in the heart of the Breedekloof wine valley. There are 24 wine cellars around to do some wine tasting.
In close proximity are hiking trails, trout fishing in the Holsloot river, bird watching, sailing on the nearby Brandvlei Dam. 4 x 4 trails close by. Horse riding.
The Slanghoek valley offers spectacular scenery with fine restaurants and cellars along the way, all within 15 minutes` drive from Rawsonville House.
Rawsonville House, a beautiful Cape Dutch house, dates back to 1920. Situated on the edge of Rawsonville, the guest house offers warm hospitality in tranquil settings with a swimming pool, patio under the vines and a beautiful garden.
Accommodation offered comprises 3 double bedrooms with private bathrooms (2 en-suite) as well as a self-catering cottage. Breakfast is served in the dining room or on the patio. Perfectly situated for wine tours, water sports, horse riding, bird watching and walks.
We have a comfortable lounge equipped with DSTV Bouquet package.
DVD & CD players Telephone and fax facilities Internet (ADSL) Braai (BBQ) facilities
Spacious garden Sparkling pool
Facilities & Services:
- Honeymoon Couples
- Self-Braai / Barbecue
- Dining room
- Fireplace on the Premises
- Parking (off-street - open)
- Swimming Pool
- Communal Satellite TV
Our rooms range from a twin room to a honeymoon room and a self-catering unit.
Our beds are comfortable and have crisp linen.
Rawsonville House B & B Activities:
• Wine Cellar tours & Wine tasting
• Variety of Restaurants
• Trout Fishing
• 4 x 4 Trails
• Horse Riding
• Goudini Spa Mineral baths
• 18 Hole golf course - 15km away
• Kleinplasie Living Open Air Museum
• Karoo (Desert) National Botanical Garden
• Gliding-Worcester is world famous for its excellent gliding conditions
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