Schalkenbosch AccommodationWWF Conservation Champion - Schalkenbosch

Accommodation: 3 Cottages

Vineyard Views

Rustic Farm Style

80 min from Cape Town

Guest Cottages

There are three self-catering cottages on Schalkenbosch which are simply but comfortably furnished with cosy fireplaces. The kitchens are fully equipped with small stove, microwave, fridge/freezer and all basic cooking utensils.

Each cottage has its own private braai/BBQ area for which firewood is supplied. Safe parking is available on the farm outside your cottage. Should you wish to relax and unwind without the bother of cooking we would be happy to book a table for you at any one of the various local restaurants.

We are situated on a dirt farm road just outside the historic village of Tulbagh on the slopes of the Witzenberg mountains, only 120km from Cape Town.

Map and Directions.

Our cottages are cosy and well-equipped, rustic, 1 or 2 bedroom self catering cottages furnished in a traditional South African farm style. Towels and linen are supplied.

Internet Access
Internet access is limited to the area around the swimming pool and on the outside areas in front of the cottages.

Tulbagh Valley

Tulbagh lies in a beautiful ‘hidden valley’, surrounded by the Winterhoek, Witzenberg and Obiqua Mountains.  The Tulbagh Valley is at the western end of the famous Route 62, which meanders through all the Wineland areas of the Western Cape and Karoo.

Tulbagh is a place to visit and enjoy beautiful countryside and magnificent scenery.  To take gentle walks, or hike up the mountains, horse ride through the valley, visit wine cellars, fruit and olive farms.

Things to do.
We recommend a visit to the nearby village of Tulbagh with its historic Church Street, in which there are 32 national monuments, museums and restaurants.  The mountains surrounding Tulbagh rise to some 2100 metres above sea level.  The village is 105 kms from Capetown, an easy drive along the N1, via the R44 through breathtaking scenery.  Tulbagh has remained unspoilt since the late 1600’s.  It was first settled by farmers sent out by the Dutch East India Company and has a rich history with many colourful characters, such as Lady Anne Barnard whose travels and exploits have been well documented.

Download activity list in and around Tulbagh.

Accommodation Reservations: (023) 004 0116

Cottage 1Cottage 2Cottage 3
Sleeps 3 Sleeps 3Sleeps 4 Sleeps 2Sleeps 2 Sleeps 2
Two bedrooms, Kingsize/twin beds and one single bed in adjoining bedroomSleeps two people, Queensize double bedSleeps two people, king bed
Separate lounge with fireplace and kitchenSeparate lounge with fireplace and kitchenSeparate lounge with fireplace and kitchen
Bathroom with shower and bathBathroom with shower and bathBathroom with shower and bath

* Rates are seasional, please make an enquiry to confirm availability and rates.

No there are no additional costs, towels and linen are supplied.

Yes, towels and linen are supplied, you do not need to bring your own.

No, pets are strictly prohibited. Schalkenbosch is a conservation estate, wild life reserve and a member of the Biodiversity in Wine Initiative

If cancelled up to 30 days before date of arrival, no fee will be charged.

If cancelled up to 15 days before date of arrival, 25 percent of all nights will be charged.

If cancelled up to 7 days before date of arrival, 50 percent of all nights will be charged.

If cancelled later or in case of no-show, the total price of the reservation will be charged.

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