Stellenbosch is one of the most appealing small towns in South Africa and boasts some of the best-preserved examples of Cape Dutch architecture anywhere to be found.
Located in a magnificent mountain valley, Stellenbosch has a mild, Mediterranean climate and is ideally placed to explore The Winelands and Cape Peninsula.
The area's Erste (first) River Valley was one of the first to be settled and The Stellenbosch Wine Route is the oldest in South Africa, established in 1971.
Top itineraries in Stellenbosch
Turn out from Cape Town’s welcoming charms, golden-sand beaches and iconic skyline to taste your way through South Africa’s finest vineyards in the endlessly rolling Winelands before discovering the world’s best land-based whale watching in Hermanus.
Follow in the tracks of kings and presidents with a trip aboard the stunning Blue Train, its 19th-century luxuries linking the beach-clad joys of Cape Town with an all-inclusive Big Five safari. Return from expert-led game drives in a private reserve to four poster beds and gourmet meals.
This is a comprehensive introduction to South Africa’s myriad delights. Included flight hops, luxury stays and scenic drives along the Garden and Panorama routes will showcase everything from Cape Town and the Winelands to a Big-Five Kruger safari and the mountain beauty of Zululand and Drakensberg.
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Top places to stay in Stellenbosch
Located in the idyllic Winelands town of Stellebosh, Oude Werf is perfectly placed to explore the sprawling vineyards and Cape Dutch estates of South Africa's premier wine-making region.
Located in the historic Cape Winelands town of Stellenbosch, around 45 minutes by car from Cape Town, Majeka House offers guests a luxury boutique retreat in one of South Africa's most picturesque settings.
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