Evergreen Lodge, situated in the heart of historic Stellenbosch, is an easy four minute walk from the centre of town and only two minutes from the university, botanical garden and conservatoire concepts.
Cosy bedrooms, with private entrance, are equipped to provide the weary traveller as well as the busy executive with convenience and comfort. Furnishings are in keeping with the style and beauty of this Victorian villa.
After enjoying our generous breakfast, relax next to the swimming pool or enjoy an exciting day exploring the oak-lined streets of the second oldest town in South Africa, with its many fine examples of Cape Dutch and Colonial architecture, art galleries, antique shops and museums.
Surrounded by many famous wine estates, Stellenbosch is the ideal base for exploring the entire region. Cape Town, Table Mountain, Robin Island, Paarl, Franschhoek, the spectacular beaches of Strand, Gordons Bay and the Whale Route and 10 top-class golf courses, are all between 15 and 50 minutes drive from Evergreen Lodge.
Your hosts, Riel and Christina look forward to welcoming you at Evergreen Lodge.
- En suite rooms with TV, Telephone, modem point & mini bar
- Family suite and Executive suite with private lounge
- Pool, Safe parking
- Fax & secretarial service
- Airport transfers by arrangement
- 2 minutes walk from University campus
- 4 minutes walk to town centre and Gymnasium
In the event of cancellation less than 7 days before arrival, the guest remains liable for the full booking amount.
Directions from Cape Town via N1:
Take Stellenbosch offramp Winelands Petroport.
Drive to Stellenbosch until you pass over a railway bridge past Kayamandi traffic light.
You will enter Stellenbosch via Bird Street.
Turn left into Merriman Avenue at the 4th set of traffic lights.
Pass 2 traffic lights and turn right at the 4-way stop into Bosman Street.
Continue in Bosman over the crossing with Victoria Street
Pass Hofmeyer Street on your left
The next road to your right is Murray Street, turn right and park
Evergreen Lodge is the Victorian House on the corner of Murray & Bosman
Ring the bell at the small cast iron gate in the garden wall.