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Dappled avenues of three-century-old oaks are the defining feature of STELLENBOSCH, 46km east of Cape Town – a fact reflected in its Afrikaans nickname Die Eikestad (the oak city). Street frontages of the same vintage, sidewalk cafés, water furrows and a European town layout centred on the Braak, a large village green, add up to a well-rooted urban texture that invites casual exploration. The city is the undisputed heart of the Winelands, having more urban attractions than either Paarl or Franschhoek, while at the same time being at the hub of the largest and oldest of the Cape wine routes. The city …
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Protea Hotel Stellenbosch

Whether you`re on conference, visiting the winelands or a business in the area, this is the ideal winelands hotel in a beautifully rare scenic setting. With its Mediterranean climate, scenic environment and well ...

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Erected in 1789, the stately manor house on Vredenheim, with its exuberant, baroque gables has been declared a national monument. Around the cellar, there is row upon row of ...

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Oude Libertas

Situated in a Stellenbosch Farmers' Winery complex, which includes a conference centre, wine cellar and amphitheatre, the Oude Libertas will serve as the perfect place to end the day in the Winelands in ...