- Springfontein Wine Estate is breathtakingly beautiful, the people are warm, and the ocean, with its icy wind that blows across the vineyards, is close by. Along with the cool climate, pure limestone soils, we are able to hand harvest the best of what our place gives us as beautiful fruit, from which we carefully handcraft natural wines that are structured, yet elegant and well balanced.
Our restaurant, Springfontein Eats, is set on our working wine farm, we keep things down to earth. Home grown and foraged herbs and vegetables, locally sourced fish and meats. Look for locavore food, with a hint of molecular gastronomy.
Throw the white gloves out the window, and keep all the flavour and finesse a Michelin starred team brings to the table. We look forward to meeting you, treating you, and showing you what we are all about. We have an extensive wine list, with South African boutique wineries, overseas gems, and our own Springfontein wines, including older vintages.
The Bar(n): Now open for wine tasting and German country food.
Accommodation at Springfontein Hospitality:
Feature large bathrooms, sitting rooms, and a bedroom with views onto the Klein River Mountains. Sleeps 2 guests per suite. Coffee/Tea making facilities. Mini bar.
Riverside Suite with pool
Suite features an open living plan, fireplace, a large separate bathroom, a covered stoep, and a swimming pool. Sleeps 2 guests per suite. Coffee/Tea making facilities. Mini bar.
Offers large en-suite bedroom with king size bed, Victorian bath with shower inside and outside, open plan living area, underfloor heating, fireplace and outside patio. Sleeps 2 guests. Coffee/Tea making facilities. Mini bar.
Offers all the comforts of the modern world in a romantic one - room unit with double bed and inside fireplace, Victorian bath and outside shower, underfloor heating, outside patio. Sleeps 2 guests. Coffee/Tea making facilities. Mini bar.
Facilities & Services:
- Children under 12 years
- Honeymoon Couples
- Pets only by Arrangement
- Wine Tasting
- Wedding facilities
- Internet Access
- Parking (open and off-street)
- Fireplace on the Premises
- Xhosa / Zulu
- Other Language
- Hiking / Walking Trails
- Swimming Pool
- Tennis Court
Springfontein Hospitality Activities:
At our restaurant Springfontein Eats, throw the white gloves out the window, and keep all the flavour and finesse a Michelin starred team brings to the table. Set on our working wine farm, we keep things down to earth! Home grown and foraged herbs and vegetables, locally sourced fish and meats. Look for locavore food, with a hint of molecular gastronomy. The Bar(n): Now open for wine tasting and German country food.
Enjoy our tennis court and swimming pool. Our farm offers many outdoor activities: Vineyard and Fynbos hiking trails, birding, mountain biking, guided fynbos walks. In addition, you can check out all of the other exciting things to do in our area: Shark cage diving in Gansbaai, wine tastings at our neighbouring estates, lovely local restaurants.
Springfontein Hospitality Map:
Springfontein Hospitality Guest Review
Average Guest Rating:
out of 5
based on 1
We had a fantastic stay. Very clean and comfortable room. Will definitely refer it to anybody who wants to break away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Excellent food and great staff. Really enjoyed our stay.Thanks again.
Rating: Reviewed by Graham Adonis over a year ago
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