Bartholomeus Klip Cape Town

Bartholomeus Klip is an exclusive hotel in the Riebeek Valley in South Africa's Cape Winelands, located on a working sheep and wheat farm at the Elandsberg Nature Reserve. 


This luxury boutique-style property offers four elegantly designed rooms in the main house and a separate suite with its own veranda overlooking the mountains. Each room reflects the farm’s South African heritage with antique furniture and floral fabrics as well as a delightful Victorian-style bathroom. Wild Olive House is a recent addition to the property and offers self-catering accommodation. Ideal for families, it features its own garden, swimming pool and outdoor barbecue facilities.


Guests will enjoy top-notch cuisine prepared using fresh, local produce and accompanied with superb wines from the region. Enjoy lavish breakfasts and romantic candlelit dinners in the conservatory.


There are plenty of activities available at Bartholomeus Klip including morning and evening nature drives through the reserve, hiking, mountain-biking, canoeing, windsurfing and bird-watching. You can also take a cooking class or just relax by the pool and enjoy the surroundings.

 

 

Bartholomeus Klip Information

 

 

Location & Getting There


Bartholomeus Klip in South Africa's Cape Winelands is just a one-hour drive from Cape Town.

 

Accommodation


This property offers four elegantly designed rooms in the main house and a separate suite with its own veranda overlooking the mountains. 

 

Activities


Canoeing, kayaking, windsurfing, freshwater fishing, bird watching, drives through the reserve, horse riding around the beautiful Cape Winelands.

Children

 
Children are most welcome at Bartholomeus Klip.

 

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Why we recommend Bartholomeus Klip

Bartholemeus Klip - Cape Winelands, Cape Town, South Africa

Located in Cape Town's Cape Winelands in South Africa, Bartholemeus Klip is a romantic and comfortable farmhouse set beneath a spectacular mountain range, and surrounded by well-kept farmland and a 10,000 acre nature reserve. The history of this place is part of the appeal: the main farmhouse was built in 1906 and was originally the farm managers house. It was then renovated in 1996 and opened as a hotel in 1997. With four rooms in the house and one outside suite, this is an intimate stay will all the homely trimmings.

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