Accommodation in Wellington, Cape Winelands
View a preview of the establishments offering accommodation in Wellington (listed to the right) by clicking on the establishment name. This will open a short description, photo and links to the properties' info pages. Or, to refine your search by specifying facilities you require for your stay, click to view: Wellington Accommodation
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Wellington lies on the banks of the River Kromme at the foot of the Groenberg Mountain in a glorious valley just 45 minutes’ drive from Cape Town. To the east are the majestic Hawequa Mountains and together these quiet monoliths watch over a valley that is quite literally home of the vines - almost 90% of the country’s vines are grown in vine-cutting nurseries (stokkieskwekerye) before they are transported elsewhere for planting.
Wellington once served as the last outpost of civilisation in the Cape before entering unfamiliar territory and was known a... [continued]