A collection of ten historic properties, nestled between the restaurants, museums, sights and shops of Church Street. Cape Dutch Quarters,Tulbagh Country Guest House is the jewel in the crown of our heritage collection, where guests experience the authenticity of 18th century colonial architecture, original features and period/antique furnishings, while enjoying our traditional Cape hospitality. In addition, our seven self catering properties accommodate between two and twelve people each, so that groups of up to 60 can be accommodated. Enjoy our famous breakfast, lovely gardens, local reserve and other facilities. Tulbagh has a rich cultural history, unique wine farms, and wide open spaces and is well located for Route 62, West Coast and Ceaderburg. Celebrated for the beauty of its setting and its architectural and historical significance, Tulbagh is also famous for its wine, and the earthquake that put this little town on the map once again. Our tranquil country retreat is ideally situated for exploring the beauty of the valley and its majestic mountains, as well as grand wine estates, museums, heritage architecture and street culture. Most restaurants, shops, galleries and other places of interest are only a short walk away. Our guests love to…
• Start the day chatting to new friends while enjoying our famous three-course Country Breakfast
• Cycle around the village and surrounding countryside
• Enjoy the sun on the roof terrace while admiring the 360 degree view of the valleys, mountains and skies
• Cool off in our sparkling pool
• Laze the day away with a book in the shady garden quartyards
• Step back in time with a stroll down historic Church Street and admire its 32 architectural gems and three museums
• Relax on the front porch and watch village life go by
• Enjoy coffee at one of the three neighbouring coffee shops
• Spend an afternoon wine tasting at the many award-winning estates in the valley
• Enjoy a ‘sundowner’ on the roof terrace while watching the mountains turn from pink to purple
• Eat out in a different restaurant twice a day without having to leave the street
• Watch up to 14 wild bird species in our indigenous garden (Cape Eagle Owls to Cape Robbins).
Orientation-In the middle of old Tulbagh village, The Quarter is nestled between two museums, with the old Cape Dutch road of Church Street in front, and the more modern Victorian High Street/ town centre behind us. Most places of interest and restaurants are located within a few minutes walk from the Quarter, and the top five wine farms are only a 5-minute drive away. Tulbagh is 120 km North West of Cape Town, hidden within the beautiful Breede River valley, below the peak of the Groot Winterhoek Mountain, the start of the mighty Cedarburg range. Tulbagh is also the start of the famous Route 62, which stretches 160 km through the valley to Montague, and then on through the Karoo to Oudtshoorn. The Tulbagh Wine Route has become both a popular and prominent attraction in the valley and is an important part of the Cape Winelands, and our fifteen estates are regular reciprocates of awards from around the world. Although many cultivars are grown here, we are in ‘Shiraz country,’ and the plethora of award-winning wine estates testify to the merit of this term. A visit to Tulbagh is not complete without experiencing the fine wine estates of Twee Jonge Gezellen and Saronsburg. Today, Tulbagh has become a favourite destination of those seeking fine wines, a laidback lifestyle and spectacular tranquillity.
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