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Rondekuil, in the country, about 10 minutes drive from Durbanville and 25 minutes from the heart of Cape Town, is positioned between rolling hills, with breath-taking views of the Boland Mountain Ranges and Table Mountain.Rondekuil is centrally situated making it an ideal base from where to explore the surrounding area and the Cape Peninsula. One can enjoy fine accommodation, a wonderful lifestyle, take pleasant walks and observe many varieties of birds in a tranquil, supremely safe rural environment, while at the same time being relatively close to all the tourist attractions, excitement and scenic beauty that the Cape offers.Boutique Conference VenueRondekuil has a conference venue in this tranquil, rural environment, which overlooks lawns and landscaped gardens. The conference venue provides a great opportunity to break away, chill out and focus effectively, in quiet surroundings, on matters at hand!The conference centre comfortably accommodates up to 15 delegates and prices are fair but still negotiable.LOCAL ATTRACTIONS AND LANDMARKS INCLUDE:* Top class restaurants in and around Durbanville including those at local wine estates: Bloemendal, Hillcrest, Meerendal, Nitida, Poplars.* Wine tasting at Durbanville Wine Valley Estates including: Altydgedacht, Bloemendal, D’Aria, De Grendel, Durbanville Hills, Diemersdal, Hillcrest, Klein Roosboom, Meerendal, Nitida.* The Barnyard Theatre* Restaurants & Coffee Shops in Durbanville, including: Cattle Baron, Dulce’s Coffee Shop, La Masseria, Mugg & Bean, Oxford Arms, Roman’s Pizza, Smul Spens, Spur Family Steakhouse etc* Shopping malls: Century City, Tyger Valley and Willowbridge.* Golf courses: Atlantic Beach, Bellville, Boschendal, Durbanville, Milnerton, Mowbray etc.* Table Mountain* Victoria and Alfred Waterfront* Grand West Casino* Beaches on the Atlantic and Indian Ocean coasts.* Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens* Cape Point Nature ReserveDirections to Rondekuil FarmDirections to Rondekuil should be read in conjunction with the map (see Should you require assistance please contact Richard on 082 336 0108.FROM CAPE TOWNFrom Cape Town take the N1 and then turnoff onto the N7 (Malmesbury) and then take the SECOND Durbanville turnoff (M48) travel along this road until you arrive at a four way stop, turn left into Malanshoogte Road/Adderley Road. Travel along this road, past the Fair Cape Dairy, which is on the left hand side, until the gravel road. After about a further 1.5km turn left at the Rondekuil signpost and drive for about 2 km on this road, at the end of the long barn, which runs parallel to the road, take the first road to your left; the reception office is about 200m up this road.FROM CAPE TOWN INTERNTIONAL AIRPORT AND FROM DURBANVILLEFrom Cape Town International Airport take the N2 (Somersetwest) and take the turnoff to the R300 (North) follow this highway and then take the N1 towards Cape Town. When on the N1, take the Durban Road (R302) turnoff to Durbanville. Travel up Durban Road until the traffic circle and take the road to Philadelphia (M58). Continue along this road (which is Koeberg Road), passing D’Urbanville on the left had side, after which one enters the countryside. Continue past Diemersdal Wine Estate, which is on the left hand side, drive for about 7km and turn left into Malanshoogte Road and then first right at the Rondekuil signpost, which is about 600m down the road. Drive for about 2 km on this road and then at the end of the long barn, which runs parallel to the road, take the first road to your left; the reception office is about 200m up this road.


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  • Rondekuil Farm
  • Malanshoogte Road
  • Durbanville
  • 7550


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