|Popular hotel||Devonvale Golf Estate Wine and Spa Lodge|
|Popular area||Stellenbosch Central|
|Nightly rates from||CAD 61|
The town itself is interesting. Busting with eager students, there are certainly more than enough pubs, bars and clubs to keep you entertained! Some great restaurants located all around the city which is easy to navigate around.
I love the charm of the city, but still prefer staying on the outlaying wine farms!
We only spent a brief time in the actual town of Stellenbosch which was quaint and pretty with some shopping and good places to eat.
The area surrounding has many Wine estates where you can visit different vineyards, brewery's, biltong tasting, chocolate tasting, lots of lovely restaurants.
Typical University town with loads of students. The call of the surrounding wine farms was load enough so that we did not linger in the town.
a definite visit to wine tasting, the brandy distillery a MUST. also the family markets on weekends.
a scenic drive thro the winelnds. the tasting of olives and cheese. great fun for the family the older children.
Nice town, beautiful wine farms, good restaurants.. can access cape town , paarl and Strand for the beach.
also offers golf.
A lovely university town with lots of quaint shops and treasures to discover. The perfect place to stay to explore the beautiful winelands area and to eat great food and soak up some history.
Visit wine farms, old church, museum or just stroll through the streets ovserving old buildings, cycle up Jonkershoek.
Great little historic town with food choices that are great and of course the wineries. Most appeared to have wine with low preservatives so my allergies were no impediment to a few good glasses.
Lovely little town with lots of small shops and great cafes to eat and drink - wonderful young people vibe.
Stellenbosch is ideally situated to do a "wine route" tour for fantastic wine tasting! Take a walk through the town and visit historic buildings and the botanical gardens.
Have a cup of tea at one of the many side walk restaurants. Safe to walk.
Fabtastic quaint shops, antique furniture and bric-n-brac. A variety of restaurants rivalled only by those on offer in Franschoek
Totally in love with this lovelly town with all the history, architecture, beautifull environment, young vibe and upmarket shops and restaurants.