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Beautiful Tulbagh B&B
in the heart of the wine growing area near Cape Town in South
Africa for sale. The guest house is located in the most
beautiful wine-growing area of the Western Cape and is a
good investment for the future.
Tulbagh B&B – Cape
Town Commercial in South Africa - Western Cape
This lovely Old World
Charm Guest house is well known for their comfortable rooms,
first-class breakfasts, delicious meals and friendly staff. A
guest lounge, air-conditioned sports bar with pool table and
other activities provide ample opportunity to meet other
guests or the locals. Relax on the bar patio or on the shady
patio at the pool in summer.
Details of the commercial property: - Sales Price: ZAR 6,500,000 - Rates: ZAR 2,093 pm - Listing Type: Bed And Breakfast For Sale - Bedrooms: 17 - Bathrooms: 17 - Floor Size: 900 m²
Enjoy roaring log fires,
snow-capped mountains and brisk walks in winter. The B&B is
conveniently situated in the heart of Tulbagh and is within
easy access to all the places of interest, award winning wine
estates and wedding venues in this beautiful valley.
Historic Church Street
with its renovated Cape Dutch Houses, is a 2 min walk away.
Inquire at the Museum offices next to the Tourism Office in
Church street for opening times and fees. Beautiful hiking trail
permits can be obtained at the Tourism Office.
The Winelands Region
samples the best that the Cape has to offer, gently tosses it
in a naturally beautiful landscape, seasons it with a rich
cultural heritage and serves it with a magnificent backdrop of
majestic mountains and a side-platter of hospitality. And
naturally, one would not expect any but the very best of wines
to accompany such an experience. A 45-minute drive from
Cape Town brings you to this beautiful area, where traditional
gabled homesteads can be seen amongst lush vineyards that turn
golden-red in autumn. The hospitality, beauty and history that
surround Stellenbosch, Paarl, Wellington and Franschhoek will
certainly capture your heart. Accommodation in the
Winelands Retrace the footsteps of
our ancestors with a walk down the oak-lined streets of
Stellenbosch, the second-oldest town in South Africa. The
history of the country lives on within the old Cape Dutch,
Georgian and Victorian style houses seen in every town. The
Huguenot Memorial in Franschhoek and the Afrikaans Language
Museum in Paarl, not to mention the diversity of fine museums
offer a fascinating glimpse into the colourful past of this
Ceres is a 20 min drive
from Tulbagh – be brave and go Zip sliding in Ceres, take a
drive through town and to Prince Alfred`s Hamlet and the well
known Gydo Pass from where beautiful vistas of the Ceres
Valley can be seen.
Tulbagh Information and
Wine Route Cape Town is 1,5 hrs
drive and is just right for a day excursion into town. Paarl,
Wellington and Franschhoek is also within an hour to 1,5hr
drive and a day trip there will be just right for those who
want to have a basis from which to explore.
The superb wines
produced in the Winelands are renowned worldwide. Choose
between small, exclusive wine boutiques and larger commercial
wine estates. Formal wine tastings are available at many of
the wine farms. Let the vintner's fruit delight your taste
buds while inhaling the crisp country air of these fairy-tale
surroundings, or accompany the winemaker on a tour through his
cellar, where his knowledge and passion transform the season's
harvest into fabulous wines to delight every wine lover.
Another exciting avenue
to explore is the Brandy Route. Paarl is the seat of the
popular KWV and Paarl Rock Brandy Cellars, and there are many
other fine cellars to visit. Some even offer fascinating
demonstrations of the brandy making process.
The Wine Routes: Stellenbosch Wine Route Paarl Vintners Wellington Wine Route Vignerons de Franschhoek Brandy Route Tulbagh Wine Route
To complement the choice
of wines, the Winelands offer a variety of excellent wine farm
restaurants and coffee shops, some of the best in the Cape.
From tea and scones to formal dinners ranging from traditional
fare to exotic cuisines, the opportunities for fine dining
seem endless. The area is also well known for a host of other
culinary delicacies - cheese, olives, herbs and berries are
just a few of these delights.
With its mighty
mountains and fruitful valleys, the Winelands are a nature
lover's paradise. Enjoy a peaceful hike through one of the
many nature reserves, and marvel at the unique fynbos flora
characteristic of the Cape. Outdoor enthusiasts can choose
between the adrenaline rush of tearing down the hillside on a
mountain bike, the tranquillity of a serene river setting
while catching trout, the exhilarating view of the famous
'pearls' of Paarl Mountain from a hot-air balloon, or the
breath-taking beauty of riding into the sunset on horseback.
No matter your age, your
tastes or your preferences, the Winelands promises a world of
enticing experiences that will surpass your every expectation.
Please feel free to
contact us for further information.