Travellers pack their best set of wine glasses and break away to a working wine farm and golf course with two-night self-catering stay for up to four people at Winelands Golf Lodges.
Choose between these options:
- Pay R1 350 for a two-night stay for two
In a one-bedroom unit
- Pay R1 950 for a two-night stay for four
In a two-bedroom unit
The Lodge at a Glance
Set upon a working wine farm, Winelands Golf Lodges is a Winelands escape amidst 300-hectares of long sloping fairways, Olive groves, Lavender fields and charming private homes. On its grounds, guests can make used of the swimming pool and restaurant, with a Pro Shop that provides any last-minute necessities before a round or two along the 18-hole De Zalze Golf Course, which is ranked fourth in the Western Cape. Guests can connect with uncapped wireless internet available in the main building.
- Set on a working wine farm
- Long sloping fairways, Olive groves and Lavender fields
- Swimming pool and restaurant
- Pro Shop and 18-hole De Zalze Golf Course
- Uncapped wireless internet in the main building
Guests can stay in either a one-bedroom or two-bedroom unit. All rooms are air-conditioned, ensuring that guests are cocooned in comfort no matter the season. All units come with a fully equipped kitchen and safe, as well as an en-suite bathroom with and hair-dryer. Satellite television and a fully services complimentary tea and coffee making facility ensure that guests are comfortable and catered for.
- One-bedroom or two-bedroom unit
- Fully equipped kitchen and safe
- En-suite bathroom and hair-dryer
- Satellite television
- Fully serviced tea and coffee making facilities
- Maximum occupancy: Four adults
What to do in Cape Winelands
Home to some of the Cape’s most legendary wines, Winelands is known as South Africa’s culinary capital – famous for its classic Cape-Dutch homesteads, mountainous surrounds, grand heritage and sumptuous restaurants.
With famous wine-estates such as Neethlingshof, Delheim, Spier, Saxenburg, Welmoed and Delaire, stunning mountains, galleries and antique stores and the world-renowned Franschhoek restaurants, there’s something for everyone within the Winelands.
Dripping with historical charm, culture and architectural heritage, each of the Winelands towns offers something special – from the dried fruit, wine estates, Olive tasting and leather factories of Wellington to the breathtaking scenery of Paarl.
Apart from a wide choice of wine estate cellars lined with top-class wines, foodies can also enjoy a variety of locally produced cheeses, Olives, export-quality fruit and organic produce – as well as the sheer beauty of the surroundings, world-class golf courses and numerous cycling, walking and hiking routes.