Tulbagh Hotel

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The 4 Star Tulbagh Hotel - bed and breakfast - dating from 1859, it has 6 individual luxury en suite bedrooms, all air conditioned. Facilities include fully licensed restaurant, which is a celebration of South African fayre with our own farm providing seasonal produce. The lounge bar has a wide range of local award winning wines. Seasonal ambiance is provided by cozy log fires in winter, a patio shaded by a White Karee tree and a secluded courtyard. Complimentary wireless internet.Winterhoek Manor - bed and breakfast - dating from 1813, this imposing Cape Dutch property has 3 charming en suite rooms, named after the founding Fathers of the Western Cape. The 4 Star accommodation is an eclectic mix of old world charm and modern conveniences. A stunning breakfast utilizing much fresh produce is served at the Tulbagh Hotel, just across the street.The Toll House - self catering - dating from 1807, this thatched cottage has 3 bedrooms, a secluded garden with plunge pool and braai / BBQ. Located in the middle of historic Church Street, housing Cape Dutch charm, this cottage is a National Monument. There are excellent restaurants and amenities on the door step. Graded 3 star, this self catering accommodation in Tulbagh helps us provide a comprehensive range of accommodation. A bed and breakfast rate can also be arranged.

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  • 22 Van der Stel Street
  • Tulbagh
  • 6820

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