Country Craft Market
genuine, hand-crafted goods
The Country Craft Market at Southey’s Vines, 186 Main Road, Somerset West, is renowned for top quality, hand-crafted products. More than 200 stalls in a park-like setting offer a wide selection of goods. The market has been operating since 1983.
Goods are selected at an approval day market, ensuring only products of excellent quality are on offer. This is one of only a handful of markets to exclusively offer genuine, local, hand-crafted goods.
have a bite to eat
After hours of hunting for the perfect gifts and mementos of your visit, enjoy refreshments at either the Rotary braai area or the Scouts tea garden before continuing your exploration.
The Country Craft Market operates on certain Saturdays and public holidays between September and May, and publishes the market dates on their website. It is open from 08h00 to 13h00 and entry is free.
Please contact Gill at +27 (0)21 852 6608 or Lesley +27 (0)21 843 3287 or visit www.countrycraftmarket.org for the market dates and more information.
Entry is free
- Phone: +27 (0)21 852 6608
- Website: http://www.countrycraftmarket.org
- Physical Address: 186 Main Road, Somerset West
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