Van der Stel Manor
is a lovingly restored Cape Dutch home (1910) in an exclusive residential area of Stellenbosch, close to the village. The air-conditioned luxury rooms are stylish decorated, each with private patio and direct access to the beautiful rose garden and pool. An exquisite breakfast served in a peaceful ambience also light meals, superb wines, tea and desserts can be enjoyed.
The Manor is a mere 30 minutes` drive from Cape Town International Airport, close to golf courses, excellent restaurants and numerous wineries. Your hosts, Gertrud and Primus provide an outstanding service in a warm and relaxed atmosphere.
Van der Stel Manor accommodation:
Stellenbosch accommodation - Van der Stel Manor offers luxurious king en-suite rooms with all modern necessities. The rooms are located on ground level with private entrances opening onto patios leading into the lush green garden.
Room features include:
- Private entrance
- Spacious room with king size bed
- Free WiFi
- TV with selected DSTV Channels
- Air-conditioning (heating and cooling)
- Full en-suite bathroom (bath and shower)
- Rooms open onto a private patio
With its mild Mediterranean climate and stunning scenery, Stellenbosch is a town bustling with life.
Perfectly placed in easy driving distance of Cape Town and the airport, it`s also close to beaches, mountains and rivers. With the university at its heart, Stellenbosch has a vibrant coffee shop society and is peopled with well-known poets, writers and artists.
The town`s a shopper`s dream, with stylish African artefacts, home ware, local arts and crafts and fresh produce by the score. And, of course, it`s also famous for its wines.
Visit the Village Museum, the Toy and Miniature Museum and Oom Samie se Winkel, an authentic general dealer, for a glimpse of a bygone age. Many of the gabled buildings in and around Stellenbosch are fine examples of typical Cape Dutch architecture.
Restaurants in Stellenbosch:
There are more than 80 restaurants offering the most basic dishes to over-the-top and 5-star dining experiences, set both in the town and on many of the wine farms. Some lie snuggled amid vineyards and atop a hill, while others are perched 300m above sea-level with panoramic views over False Bay and Table Mountain. A special aura abounds within restaurants housed in Cape Dutch buildings, while those with ultra-modern interiors reflect the diversity that is dining in Stellenbosch.