Two tasteful, elegant, newly built, modern, fully furnished Apartments. The family apartment, upstairs with a balcony and kitchen, ensures a comfortable stay-over. The Studio apartment is located downstairs with a patio.
The warmest hospitality awaits you at this working wine and rose farm, situated 10 km from Stellenbosch town. After a few nights at Aan-den-Weg, you too will describe your stay as "a stay of roses and wine - literally and metaphorically".
Baruch Guest House Stellenbosch offers the best of both, a perfect balance between homely accommodation, comfort and quality service. Inspired by the tapestry of life we dedicate our service to making each stay memorable.
Winner of boutique hotel category of 2005,2006 & 2007 AA Accommodation Awards and Hall of fame 2008 & 2009. Within walking distance of all major town attractions, it is a perfect base from which to explore the Cape Winelands and Cape Peninsula.
Enjoy a holiday rich in cultural exchange and personal care. Owners Johan and Ode share their passion for culture and nature with their guests. Experience a bygone era from this splendid Edwardian house, located in the historical centre of Stellenbosch.
Stellenbosch luxury accomodation on the slopes of Stellenbosch mountain. Air conditioned double bedroom with en suite bathroom. Secure parking, swimming pool. Surrounded by golf courses Close to beaches, restaurants, wine estates and the whale route.
Built in 1713 as one of the first grand residences in Stellenbosch, the iconic Coopmanhuijs at 33 Church Street underwent three years' painstaking renovation before emerging as the 5-star Coopmanhuijs Boutique Hotel & Spa in 2010.
Situated in the historic center of the university town of Stellenbosch, De Hoek Manor is surrounded by Heritage buildings and arguably has the best address in town. De Hoek Manor is an ideal base for tourists and corporate executives.
Dieu Donne Stellenbosch is a 4 Star graded self catering Boutique Guest House situated in the Stellenbosch Winelands with stunning vineyard and mountain views all round as well as views over False Bay and Table Mountain.
The building is a 1928 listed house that was restored to its original Art Deco style. The area is in the historic centre of the town, but in a very secluded street. The units are fully serviced, semi self-catering and most have their own lounges.
*The distances are measured as a straight-line and do not necessarily reflect the actual travelling distance.
Of all the towns founded by the Dutch, Stellenbosch is the best preserved. Known as the town of oaks, it offers restored houses, cottages, shops, churches and inns, and, of course, the world renowned Stellenbosch University.