HomeAway offers four clean and comfortable self catering cottages in the historic village of Tulbagh. The cottages are within walking distance to museums, galleries, theatre, restaurants, takeaways and shops.
Self Catering Accommodation
Set around a tranquil courtyard featuring a fishpond, each cottage has garden views and its own veranda. All cottages are suitable for couples or two people sharing and two can accommodate a third person. One is suitable for a small family.
One bedroomed en-suite (shower only) with a queen bed in the bedroom and a single bed / couch in the living room.
Open-plan with two single beds (can be made up as a king-sized bed), kitchenette and bathroom en suite (shower only).
Open-plan with a queen bed, kitchenette and bathroom en suite (shower only).
One-bedroomed en-suite (shower only) with a queen bed in the bedroom and a single bed / couch in the living room plus extra mattress.
Bed linen and towels
Fully-equipped kitchenettes with two plate stove, microwave oven, kettle and toaster (Unit 1 has a bar fridge, all the others have bigger fridges with freezer compartments)
Tea, coffee, sugar, rusks, cereal, fruit juice, milk supplied
Ceiling fans, electric blankets and heaters (Unit 4 has a fireplace)
DStv (limited channels)
Braai facilities (Unit 4 has it's own built-in braai, there is another shared braai lapa at the pool and also a Weber on wheels which can circulate)
Access to pool
Hand soaps, shampoo / conditioner, toilet paper, dish wash, Handy Andy, loo sanitizer, salt and pepper, vinegar and oil for cooking are provided
Off road parking
Enhance your experience of relaxing in the country by booking a session with Holistic therapist Wendy Upcott. Assessments and treatments offered in complete confidentiality.
Tulbagh is the fourth oldest town in the country, set in the Cape Winelands within easy driving range from Cape Town. Charming Church Street features no less than 32 national monuments and five museums.
Tulbagh has several restaurants and the beautiful surrounding countryside features mixed agriculture plus a wine route of 16 cellars producing some of the finest wines in the country.
Activities include hiking, fishing and bird watching, a chocolatier and an art route - and for the more adventurous there are thrills such as horse riding, zip sliding and mountain biking.