De Oude Opstal Guest House (the oldest House in Robertson) is a historical Cape Dutch Manor House located on 2 acres in Robertson in the Breede River Valley of Wine and Roses in the Western Cape. Beautiful restored and decorated with stunning location amidst beautiful Gardens, Vineyards and breathtaking Views to the Langeberg Mountains De Oude Opstal, the only Historic Cape Dutch Guesthouse in Robertson, is in a cul-de-sac road in a quiet and safe residential area of Robertson.
According to an article by Anna Minnar-Vos that was published in Die Huisvrou (the Housewife) in October 1974, the house dated back to before the founding of the town in 1853 as it was already known under the name De Oude Opstal (the old farmhouse) at that time. It was one of only two houses that were indicated on the first map of the town in 1853.
Accommodation at De Oude Opstel Guest House: We offer 3 luxury rooms all bath en-suite, bar fridge, tea and coffee making facilities, LCD`s with DSTV and Mnet, wireless Internet connection, private entrance and patio.
Guests can relax and stay refreshed around the swimming pool and the new pond with sand beach and island, or enjoy a round of golf in the new `Silwerstrand Golf Court` or having a day trip to one of the many wine farms of the Robertson Wine Valley.
We also offer free, shaded and secured parking for all our guests.