With Winter holidays around the corner, here’s some advice about why you should consider paying a visit to De Keurboom Guesthouse. Stellenbosch, 18km drive from De Keurboom Guesthouses has a number of stunning locations where you can enjoy a glass of wine in an oversized lounger next to a cosy indoor fireplace.
Delheim wine Estate with its famous cob-webbed window is a chockfull of charm. Visit their cosy “downstairs” cellar and if you’re looking for something extra special the tasting room staff to show you the “collector’s corner” at the back.
Kleine Zalze offers winter visitors some enticing winter specials including the Winter Plate which comes with a hearty winter meal along with a generous glass of Kleine Zalze Vineyard Selection (red or white wine) at R195 per person.
Bistro 13 in Stellenbosch offers visitors a warm, crackling fireplace and a comfy lounge area where you can enjoy a glass of wine and a delicious winter menu. The tasting fee is R30 for five wines and for the peckish tasters you can order a food platter to accompany your wine or coffee, tea and soft drinks, non-alcoholic options are also available.
Hartenberg Wine Estate on the slopes of Bottelary Hills a mere 15km from De Keurboom Guesthouse offers fine country food and slow-crafted wine. Enjoy the warmth of a crackling fire while indulging in our award winning wines and Eleanor’s delicious farm-style soups.
Kaapzicht Wine Estate on the Bottelary Road is literally on the doorstep from De Keurboom Guesthouse, only 7km away and a quick 10minutes drive time. Discover what makes fine country food and slow-crafted wine so special. During the Bottelary Hills Pop Up Lunches event the celebrated Scotland-born chef George Jardine will present his signature foodie pizzazz and pairing the wines from the Bottelary Hills with some of his mouth-watering dishes is an opportunity not to be missed.
Although De Keurboom Guesthouse is filling up fast, we’ve still got some availability for the Winter months. Don’t waste time and book for an experience that will fondly be remembered.