Travel Articles by Villa Grande, Stellenbosch

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TRAVEL ARTICLES

Villa Grande is a luxury guesthouse in Stellenbosch. The articles below provide more information on the surrounding areas and sights to see, but feel free to contact us for more information. We're always glad to make your stay with us more enjoyable.

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-Spring time in Stellenbosch-
The verdant wineland region is an all-year-round source of activity and attractions. The little town of Stellenbosch, in particular, plays host to a multitude of events that appeal to folks from various cultures and climes, always promising memorable occasions.

- Eateries for foodies in Matieland-
Some of the best restaurants can be found in Stellenbosch, tucked away in the winding side roads or simply hidden in plain sight. Maties agree: these are the best eateries to stopover at when looking to tuck into a juicy burger, an innovative pizza, or a uniquely South African meal.

- Exploring the Stellenbosch Wine Route -
The Stellenbosch Wine Route dates back to 1971 and is the oldest wine route in South Africa. Now officially known as the Stellenbosch American Express® Wine Routes, it is famous world-wide for its beautiful vineyards, unique and sophisticated wines and authentic wine cellars. Opening its doors to the public for tastings, award-winning cuisine and family days out, the Stellenbosch Wine Route is a true local treasure, cherished for its devotion to the simple things in life and loved for pampering and offering a luxurious twist on the bare necessities.

- The Cape Winelands -
The Cape Winelands currently ranks as the most prominent wine-producing location in the South Africa. It boasts a collection of more than 200 cellars each bursting with century old bottles of classics. It’s no wonder many tourists refer to the winelands as South Africa’s best kept secret.

- The Story of Stellenbosch -
Stellenbosch is a fascinating place to visit even if you aren’t a wine connoisseur. The friendly atmosphere and great beauty of the area make it a wonderful getaway from the hustle and bustle of Cape Town while the student night-spots and cafes ensure that you will always be thoroughly entertained.

- Stellenbosch Village Musuem -
The Stellenbosch Village Museum is made up of four historic houses and their gardens. Each home represents a separate time period in the history of Stellenbosch.

- Boutique Hotels of Cape Town -
As you start to plan your holiday in Cape Town, we would like to make one suggestion: Make your accommodation booking at one of Cape Town's boutique hotels. No other accommodation can offer you a more real and enchanting experience of the Cape.

- A guide to some of the wine farms in Stellenbosch -
Villa Grande is centrally located in Stellenbosch close to many of the area's best wine farms.

- A Honeymoon in Stellenbosch -
The beautiful Villa Grande guest house in Stellenbosch is the perfect location for a honeymoon.

- Stellenbosch's own secret garden -
Villa Grande is a charming B&B and Guest House offering luxury Stellenbosch accommodation in a stylishly renovated 1920s villa. The warm, welcoming Guest House is located right in the heart of Stellenbosch, in the Cape Winelands and offers elegantly-appointed rooms, with comfortable, tasteful furnishings. The attentive staff will go above and beyond to ensure that you are happy and have a wonderful, unforgettable experience – from helping you to plan your perfect itinerary to bringing up port and water trays for your enjoyment every evening.

- See the animals between the vineyards in Stellenbosch -
Stellenbosch is filled with beautiful valley's filled with vineyards boasting some of the best wine in the world. However, what many people don't know about are the animals in the area and the many reserves and parks in and around the area designed to be both a home and protection for some of South Africa's favourite animal world species. Many of them are in close proximity to the wine farms themselves, which means you can enjoy two fantastic offerings from Stellenbosch at the same time, only a short distance from your Stellenbosch accommodation.

Contact Niel today to find out more about visiting the area.