Nearly ten acres of scenic natural gardens surround The Cellars-Hohenort, a five-star Relais and Chateaux hotel in South Africa’s historical Constantia Valley also known as Cape Town’s Vineyard.
There are forty-nine individually decorated rooms to choose from. Each room offers a welcome bottle of wine, en-suite bathroom, beautiful garden views including some with balconies, morning delivery of fresh tea and coffee, Wi-Fi, complimentary newspaper, and more. For the most discerning traveler, the private Madiba Villa impresses with its own courtyard, swimming pool, private entrance, open-plan sitting and dining room, fireplace, built-in bar, and three double en-suite bedrooms. While the Liz McGrath Villa encompasses two-stories with two spacious en suite bathrooms, a cozy lounge, dining room, private courtyard, and fully-equipped kitchen.
Only fifteen minutes from Cape Town, The Cellars-Hohenort is a natural destination for guests desiring the best of country living close to city life. Cape Town offers a range of diverse activities. The city’s most notable and most visited attraction is the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront. Built on top of a portion of the docks at the port of Cape Town, it continues to function as a working dock. The V&A, as it is locally known, boasts hundreds of shops and is a departing point for ferries to Hout Bay, Simon’s Town, the Cape Fur Seal colony, and Robben Island. An extensive transport system takes guests to other exciting venues and cultural attractions such as Artscape Theatre Centre, Cape Winelands, and Cape Town Stadium.