Oude Werf Hotel in Stellenbosch, Western Cape, South Africa offers classic architecture, gleaming yellowwood floors and high beamed ceilings.
Located in vibrant Church Street, Stellenbosch, Western Cape, South Africa, this elegant hotel enjoys a prestigious position in the heart of one of the oldest towns in the country. A premier wine growing valley, Stellenbosch combines the old with the new creating a memorable Cape Winelands experience with many activities to enjoy.
Stellenbosch, Western Cape, South Africa is the home of some 200 wine and grape growers. There are several wine tasting routes with cheese and chocolate tasting and award winning restaurants as well.
Oude Werf Hotel is in the centre of excellent walking routes through town which take in museums, art galleries and beautiful Cape Dutch architecture. Along the way visitors can pop into interesting shops, stores and sidewalk cafes.
A few hundred metres after exiting the airport follow the signs leading to the N2 motorway east to Somerset West.
After some 13km (8 miles) on the N2, turn left at the signposted Helderberg / Baden Powell Drive / R310 turn-off (Exit 33) in the direction of Stellenbosch, which is sign-posted at the top of the turn-off.
Follow the R310 for 15km (9 miles) to the T-junction, having passed some wine estates and the Van Rhyn Brandy Cellar on the way.At the T-junction, turn right to Stellenbosch. Continue on this road past the first set of traffic lights, until the 2nd set of traffic lights. Turn right here into Dorp Street.
Follow Dorp Street for some 1.5 km (less than a mile) past another set of traffic lights and 2 small traffic roundabouts / circles, signposted as 'mini traffic circles'.Continuing past the 2nd mini circle (signposted as Bird Street), turn left at the 3rd street, which is Drostdy Street.
Turn left at the 1st intersection into Church Street. Our hotel is located at Number 30, which is on the right-hand side about 100 metres down. There is valet parking available, for which you first need to announce yourself at the hotel reception desk.
Please Note: Street signs in town are on the curb at intersections