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R310 Lynedoch Road, 7599 Stellenbosch, South Africa – Show map
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Outdoor Pool, Grounds, Terrace
Spa, Massage, Bicycle Rental, Playground
Food & Drink
WiFi is available in the hotel rooms and is free of charge.
Free public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Room Service, Packed Lunches, Shuttle Service (surcharge), Airport Shuttle (surcharge), 24-Hour Front Desk, Currency Exchange, Tour Desk, Baggage Storage, Babysitting/Child Services, Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Ironing Service, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Business Center, Fax/Photocopying, Souvenir/Gift Shop, Honeymoon Suite
Safe, Shops (on site), Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private), Air Conditioning, Designated Smoking Area
From 2:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 2 years stays free of charge in a crib.
One child under 12 years stays free of charge in an extra bed.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Pets are not allowed.
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In a historic mansion, previously an old churchyard is in the heart of Stellenbosch, Oude Werf Hotel features uniquely themed rooms with free internet. It features an outdoor pool and fine dining.
Score from 196 reviews Very good
Featuring panoramic views of the Stellenbosch Mountains, this lodge is located on a wine farm, making it a tranquil retreat from the hustle and bustle of nearby Cape Town.
Score from 142 reviews Very good
Located on a working protea farm, on the outskirts of Stellenbosch, this manor welcomes guests seeking the perfect base to relax in style.
Score from 100 reviews Wonderful
Nestled in the scenic Banhoek Valley, Zorgvliet features an outdoor pool with views of the Simonsberg Mountain. It offers wine-tastings and barrel sampling in the modern wine cellar.
Score from 219 reviews Excellent
Beautiful plage - nice beds - good service - great pool!
Everything. The room was fabulous, the bed was really great quality, the food, the wine tasting, the staff. The plus was the decoration of the main building, what a treat to the eye, such an attention to details and creativity
Everything, staff, facilities food, friendliness, professionalism all excellent. Eagle encounter surpassed expectations.
Breakfast buffet and ala carte food
Dinner buffet can be improved
Hotel was clean and very comfortable, staff were all very pleasant and helpful, substantial breakfast offered with plenty of variety. Overall very pleasant stay. Would certainly book again
Location is great if you want to have a relaxing time. Staff are friendly, helpful & actually care about making your stay memorable.
WiFi limit...250MB limit is a bit strange...just make it free.
Location and layout of hotel within the Spier estate. Surrounding views. Style and variety of rooms types. Gardens and outdoor seating areas. New Year event setup and management was first class - excellent evening and very well handled.
Hotel very busy and consequently pool and bar areas congested. Staff not very pro-active or attentive. Breakfast was a scramble for places and no recognizable process for handling tables allocation - became a free-for-all.
A beautiful estate with a rich history. The staff was very friendly and always willing to assist promptly. The restaurants offer a range of excellent food. The breakfast is beautifully presented with a wide range of fruit, hot and cold foods.
There was nothing that we did not like. We stayed at Spier for a week and enjoyed every moment of it.
The hotel itself was great. The food was also fantastic - notably the evening barbecue- and breakfast buffets. The outside dining areas of the hotel are marvellous on a starry night.
The public day-visit areas were thankfully far away from the hotel, because some day visitors came across as a bit rough and tumble sleeping on boulders like fat dassies. The public facilities could simply never live up to the luxury hotel experience in any case. Perhaps the hotel should revamp the public areas to match the hotel, but then again, I spent little time in those areas, so I may be wrong.
The whole experience was great. Food, drinks, pool, staff, facilities, eagle experience, boa constrictor cuddle, my group had the time of their lives. I'd recommend Spier to everyone.
Everything is always perfect when we visit Spier. Breakfast - always so much variety and lovely with piano being played in background. Rooms very clean and comfortable. We will be back again and again
Sadly the mini bar was not stocked - only one bottle of Chardonnay (which we don't drink). Water sprinklers where turned on while at breakfast and pointed directly at our garden facing patio - straw hat, magazines, clothes got wet. Slight oversight, nothing too major.
The breakfast was good and staff was helpful.
The hotel was packed to capacity and had a few maintenance issues.
Rooms to a very high standard Good quality of food Helpful staff
Staff were occasionally slow at mealtimes but that said, were very helpful
The rest was better than some reviews said.
Noise by children at swimming pool in the afternoon after our arrival so a rest was not possible.
In General brilliant all round. Bird of prey santuary was excellent.
Sometimes service a bit slow at restaurant
Lovely large room, lovely grounds, lovely reception staff, very yummy dinner in the EIGHT restaurant, good breakfast choices, comfortable bed, lovely little terrace on our ground floor room.
the village environment is lovely, but if you have someone staying in the room above you who makes a lot of noise packing a suitcase and walking around in high heels early in the morning it can be disturbing.
Location Rooms in "Village" concept Small village swimming pools Great breakfast Large comfortable rooms Free wifi
TV too small & too few channels
The tranquillity of the place
Large spacious rooms. Good showers.
Unit felt a little tired, needing freshening up,paying attention to detail, ie cobwebs in corners, no bottled water, tiled floors stained and looked like it need a scrub, room guide pages missing.
When we booked in .They said we must wait for someone to take the luggage. After 20 minutes we decided to carry the luggage our self from the car. And it was quite far from the parking to the room . Passing quite a few of the staff on our way to the room, right past the receptionist. And we had to do this twice the evening. And twice the morning. Wanted to swim in the pool in front of our room and it was green and dirty.I love the place but had a bad experience that time.regards Francois van wyk from George.
Bed is amazing!! The rooms are beautiful and even include a nespresso machine. The natural beauty in the surroundings is great. We had a delicious picnic lunch from the bistro which was nice although you need to bring your own blanket(!?). Our dinner at the hotel restaurant was also very good.
We asked for early check in (9am) and received our room at 1:30pm. The receptionist was less than helpful, she did not offer to store our bags and did not offer us a welcome drink (we only know this because a different lady eventually checked us in and she went out of her way to welcome us). We found two cockroaches in our bathroom. Being the flying type they could have come in the open window but we also saw a dead one on the floor, suggesting the room had been sprayed for bugs (so maybe had an existing problem?). There was an outdoor cinema set up which was great...if only we knew about it. There was no information about it so by the time we stumbled on it the movie was halfway through. We tried to go wine tasting at the tasting rooms. We were told that there were two parties (8 people total) ahead of us on the list and that they might not finish before the venue closed in an hour and a half. How is it possible that in a huge tasting room with multiple staff they cannot accommodate more than one tasting at a time (baring in mind we were a party of two)? Overall we had a great experience, but the small details need to be worked on if they ever want to achieve a higher rating. Working in the hospitality sector myself, I cannot imagine overseas clients being impressed with the negative experiences that we had.
1. Quiet and peaceful surroundings 2. Opulent décor 3. Warm and friendly staff 4. Superb breakfast 5. Accommodation spread out 6. Exquisite gardens
1. Porters not readily available and limited golf carts for porters. 2. Waiters too busy to give their full attention in the dining rooms during breakfast and dinner. During the festive season more staff needs to be employed.
> The booking for dinner especially for the residences. > Jogging route were blocked and gate were closed while we were advised at the reception that we can run. > Lack of Gym.
Staff was friendly and the food in the restaurant was very good.
The rooms are looking rather tired and desperately needs a make-over. Our poor waiter in the restaurant had no clue what the items on the menu were - it turned out she was moved from room service to help out for the evening, and had no training.
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