Where to stay in South Africa
The Silo, Cape Town, South Africa
The much-acclaimed Silo has been one of the most talked about hotels in Cape Town in recent years! Located in the city's renowned Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, it has certainly made a big impact since its opening and not surprisingly, has been featured in the BBC Two series 'Amazing Hotels: Beyond the Lobby'.
Babylonstoren, South Africa
Artisanal charm and chic organic farm style have reached the heart of the beautiful Winelands (just under an hour's drive from Cape town). Babylonstoren is a stunning, historic working wine farm, close to Franschhoek, offering contemporary cottage-style accommodation with two farm-to-table restaurants set in beautiful gardens where organic fruit and vegetables are grown. Pick a salad for lunch, join the baker to learn bread making, canoe on the farm dam, go cycling and walking around the estate, feed the donkeys or rise early to accompany the duck herder and his ducks out into the vineyards.
La Clé des Montagnes, Franschhoek, South Africa
Set on a working wine estate, surrounded by picturesque vineyards and plum orchards in the heart of beautiful Franschhoek, La Clé des Montagnes comprises a stunning collection of four fully-serviced private villas, all within a short stroll of the café lifestyle of Franschhoek village centre.
Boschendal, South Africa
Surrounded by majestic craggy mountains at every turn, Boschendal sits in a valley between the Simonsberg and Drakenstein Mountains, an hour's drive from Cape Town. The wine estate itself is sprawled over 2,000 hectares of glorious sweeping countryside, its Dutch colonial cottages transformed into luxury accommodation for those who seek the finest in farm-to-table living.
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