Accommodation in Cape Winelands

The culinary capital of South Africa, the Cape Winelands is a playground for foodies and wine lovers alike. Beyond empty plates and full bellies, the Cape Winelands is one of the most attractive regions in South Africa, offering incredible views and storied pasts. Cape Winelands accommodation options are nothing less than extraordinary.

View of the mountain and vineyards from the Owners Lodge at Delaire Graff Estate

Delaire Graff Estate

Award winning wines, scrumptious cuisine, opulent accommodation and sweeping views of both the Stellenbosch Valley and the Simonsberg Mountain Range, Delaire Graff Estate has it all.
Couch and bed from inside the Vineyard Suite at La Residence

La Residence

Plum orchards, lakes and a majestic mountain range make for the perfect setting for La Residence, an immaculate chateau-style hotel that boasts the most exquisite interiors.
Exterior of Cap Classique Suite Mont Rochelle

Mont Rochelle

Sir Richard Branson’s Cape Winelands hotel, Mont Rochelle, boasts incredible views, delicious restaurants on site and plenty of spots for guests to enjoy a leisurely picnic.
Pool area with loungers at Le Quartier Français

Le Quartier Français

Along with beautiful suites and plenty of activities, Le Quartier Français is also home to La Petite Colombe, the sister restaurant of world-renowned restaurant, La Colombe.
Couple swimming in the pool at La Galerie of La Clé des Montagnes

La Clé des Montagnes

Perfect for small groups seeking an intimate stay in the Cape Winelands, La Clé des Montagnes boasts four stylish villas, each individually conceptualised and immaculately decorated.
Breakfast and coffee in the courtyard of The Last Word Franschhoek

The Last Word Franschhoek

Luxury and elegance combine with a homely feel in this five-star boutique hotel, conveniently located just walking distance from Franschhoek’s bustling high street and attractions.

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