About Three Oaks
Three Oaks B&B is a very special, small B&B with a personal touch and a happy ambience. Come and experience the warm and inviting residential ambience in a peaceful environment.
Kobus and Stella Wiid will be your hosts. Stella is the artistic one (hence the artistic flair of Three Oaks) and Kobus the kitesurfer and sports fanatic, but he does not hesitate to enter the kitchen and serve a fine breakfast!
Three Oaks offers three spacious, stylishly furnished double rooms with en-suite bathrooms.The one bedroom is in the main house and the other two are in the exquisite, new Bo-Kaapse cottage in the garden. All three rooms have doors opening up onto a very private, lush, tranquil garden.The one bedroom or the whole cottage can also be used as a selfcatering unit.
Guests can enjoy a full, scrumptious English breakfast served on the patio in the garden during summer or in the dining room with a cosy fireplace in winter.
Activities and Attractions
• Twenty minutes drive from the V&A Waterfront
• On the doorstep of the Cape Winelands
• Twenty five minutes drive from Stellenbosch
• Twenty minutes drive from Bloubergstrand
• Thirty minutes drive from Somerset Strand
• Ten minutes drive from Tygervalley shopping Centre
• Ten minutes drive from Medi Clinic hospital in Durbanville
Three Oaks is situated in the northern suburbs of Cape Town, in the Durbanville area. Although it is in a quiet, peaceful area, it is still near to all important facilities and within easy access to the N1. Kobus is very good at helping visitors finding their way in Cape Town and he is always prepared to offer visitors transport to and from the airport (it is 20 minutes drive from Cape Town International Airport).
Where does the name Three Oaks come from?
From the three lovely oaks in front of the house. Stella says ‘when our children were small they used to play in the garden with acorns which they brought from their grandparent’s home in Stellenbosch. Soon our garden had many tiny little oak trees coming up everywhere. These three oak trees remained and were nurtured to the beauties that they are today. A lovely memory from earlier days!’
We are looking forward to welcoming you at Three Oaks!