Things to see and do - Stellenbosch
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Stellenbosch Travel guide
Stellenbosch : Michelin's recommendations
Simon Van der Stel, the governor of Cape Town, founded Stellenbosch in the late 17C. Nowadays the town is in the heart of South Africa’s winegrowing region. It combines a rich architectural legacy and active Afrikaner university, where the word “apartheid” was coined in the early 20C. The lovely homes in the centre, like the ones on Dorp Street, feature various architectural styles – Cape Dutch, Georgian, Victorian – which lend the town a good deal of charm. With its hillsides covered in vineyards, the area has a rather European feel.
Tourist attractions Stellenbosch : Things to see and do
37 Ryneveld Street 37 ZA - Stellenbosch
To find out more about the diverse architectural styles in Stellenbosch, visit the different homes that make up the Village Museum. Their interiors illustrate various periods.
52 Ryneveld Street 52 ZA - Stellenbosch
This interesting museum contains a fine collection of paintings by local artists, as well as artwork and various objects from different places on the African continent.
ZA - Stellenbosch
The governor of Cape Town is responsible for first planting grapes in Stellenbosch. Since then its vineyards have acquired an excellent reputation, for their size and yield as well as the ever improving quality of the wine. To meet the winegrowers an..
161 Dorp Street ZA - Stellenbosch
This luxurious hotel, located in Stellenbosch’s historic centre, offers a saltwater pool and elegant accommodation. Most of Eendracht Hotel's rooms are air conditioned and all offer satellite TV. Eendracht Hotel offers elegantly furnished rooms. Gue..
Corner of Dorp and Andringa Street ZA - Stellenbosch
Prix Prices from : 550 ZAR
Stellenbosch Hotel offers rooms with free Wi-Fi and an on-site restaurant serving local specialties and South African wines. Stellenbosch University is 750 metres away. Set in a restored building, each room features touches of colonial décor. Each r..
No 6-8 the Avenue ZA - Stellenbosch
Set in a picturesque oak-lined avenue, directly opposite the Eerste River, this charming guesthouse comprises of 2 historical houses, boasting National Monument status, a mere 2 minute stroll from Stellenbosch’s village centre. In the tranquil gar..