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Exquisite accommodation in stunning Stellenbosch
Surrounded by the Stellenbosch Mountains in the Jonkershoek River Valley in one of the most picturesque settings in the Cape, lies the town of Stellenbosch. This town is synonymous with the wine route, and has one of the oldest wine routes in the country, as well as most modern experimental wineries in the world. Stellenbosch also boasts the only viticultural and oenological department in the country at its university. The accommodation in Stellenbosch ranges from cosy, quirky B&B's to five-star, internationally recognised hotels.
The second oldest town in South Africa, Eikestad, is located in Stellenbosch, and offers a journey through tine for those who walk the streets of the oak line streets. Some of the most beautiful and well-kept examples of old Cape Dutch, Georgian and Victorian architecture can be found here too for those who are interested in history and historical buildings. For a leisurely morning walk in Stellenbosch, Dorp Street offers up secluded lanes, water furrows, cosmopolitan restaurants and coffee bistros, with superb mountain views. If you are a nature-lover, be sure to visit the Jonkershoek Nature Reserve , which has an exciting 24 kilometer long trail that winds its way through vineyards, forests and olive groves.
The accommodation in Stellenbosch has a variety of choice for visitors to choose from, including quaint and quirky self-catering cottages, converted farm guest-houses, inner-city bachelor pads and five-star hotels. The most popular attraction is certainly the Stellenbosch wine route, but if you are looking for something different, there are a variety of activities and places to visit, such as a crocodile farm and museums showcasing local history.
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