Holiday Accommodation in Robertson

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Amathunzi Game Lodge      RobertsonHotel / Lodge
Set amidst the Fynbos Floral Kingdom in the heart of the Klein Karoo, rests 'The valley of shadows'. Amathunzi Game Lodge offers you an out of Africa experience in superb luxury. Rich in heritage, the Lodge is situated within 3500 hectares of indigenous African bush. The Klein Karoo is an interna...




Slippers Self-Catering RobertsonSelf-catering
Private and cosy: Self-catering accommodation for 2 persons (1 couple or 2 single) in old part of town – tree-lined streets, leivore, abundant birdlife amidst rambling rose gardens and an intriguing display of quaint post boxes! Walking distance from pharmacy, supermarket, Dharma Centre, old gravey...


Olive Garden Country Lodge      RobertsonGuest House
Olive Garden Country Lodge **** Boutique Olive Estate Hidden jewel on the Route 62 One World in 2 Valley’s Experience almost invisibly hidden in a dramatic sea of fynbos, is a destination for those who want to lose themselves in nature... but who don’t want to compromise on luxury at...


Goedereede Guest Farm      RobertsonSelf-catering
Goedereede is a picturesque working fruit farm situated 8 km from Robertson. Breede River flows through the farm. Farm produces wine grapes, oranges, clementine, peaches, spanspek, strawberries.Enjoy the best breakfast in South Africa with home-made bread, jams and fresh fruit from the farm. Thr...




Deer Creek Farm RobertsonSelf-catering
Deer Creek is situated off the R60 (Route 62) between the towns of Robertson and Montagu. It is ideally located for excursions to the surrounding areas, the Winelands, and as the base for exploring Route 62. The farm is a working fruit and wine farm with a wide variety of crops. Harvesting star...

Ballinderry Guest House RobertsonGuest House
Breede Valley Guest Inn RobertsonBed & Breakfast
Die Poort Huisies RobertsonSelf-catering
Fraai Uitzicht Historic Wine and guest      RobertsonGuest House
Grand Hotel      RobertsonHotel / Lodge
Hanepoot Huisies RobertsonSelf-catering
Leo Guesthouse RobertsonSelf-catering
Little France RobertsonBed & Breakfast
Oestervanger RobertsonBed & Breakfast
Olifantskrans River Cabins RobertsonSelf-catering
Pat Busch Private Nature Reserve RobertsonSelf-catering
Retreat Farm Guest House RobertsonSelf-catering
Robertson Backpapers RobertsonBed & Breakfast
Tierhoek Cottages RobertsonBed & Breakfast
Vino Rosa Guest House RobertsonGuest House
Vrolijkheid Nature Reserve RobertsonSelf-catering
Waterfall Farms RobertsonGuest House

The route from the east, through Montagu, along Route 62, offers majestic geological foldings of the old sandstone mountains separating the Little Karoo from the Breede River Valley. From the south, one travels through gentle undulating wheatlands and from Swellendam the chain of the Langeberg Mountains will escort you to Robertson.

Aviators might even like to land on the 1500-metre tarred runway!   

Robertson's appeal is wide and broad. No matter what time of year and no matter who the visitor, Robertson offers superb quality of life. The town is surrounded by vineyards and orchards that stretch from the outlying farm lands into the very heart of the town.

Robertsonians live with the luxury of wine, fruit, horses and clean country air as everyday components of their lives. Furthermore, columns of red or yellow cannas and flaming bougainvillea line the roads outside the wine estates, gardens overflow and vineyards are banked with roses, while brilliant mauve jacarandas shade the streets.

Founded in 1853, the town, named after the Reverend Dr William Robertson, boasts a proud architectural heritage. Robertson is indeed where the modern vibrancy of a typical Boland town converges with the hospitable charm of yester-year. Whichever way one looks, the Victorian and Georgian houses and cottages lining the street, always have the blue-green mountains as a backdrop. 
 
Among our National Monuments are seniors such as the Pink Church (1859), the Museum (1860), the Edwardian No 12 Piet Retief Street (1904), the Victorian No 59 Van Reeneen Street (1914) and the Powder House, used as a storage place for gunpowder in less peaceful days.

Several of these historical treasures offer the finest accommodation and restaurants. The various restaurants in town cater for any taste and palate, while the charming pubs are ideal places where life-long friendships are made.

After a day filled with fresh air, beautiful scenery and good food, the comfort of a room in any of the many Bed and Breakfast establishments, guest houses, self-catring chalets or the local hotel, will crown your stay in Robertson. The range of accommodation caters for every taste - from luxury lovers to backpackers. A caravan park and self catering chalets are also available at the Silver Strand Holiday Resort on the banks of the meandering Breede River. Robertson is the perfect getaway to promote productivity. Our conference centers, with their state-of-the-art facilities, annually clear and stimulate the minds of many a corporate team.Around Robertson lie the stately stud farms. Clean air for the lungs, good water for the blood and fine fodder for the muscles are the basic needs for a race horse foal. Robertson is also the proud host of many horse shows and main events every year.

The Robertson farmer is more than likely to be either a horse breeder or a crop producer. Eleven co-operatives, fourteen estates and half a dozen private producers, in and around Robertson, have made this one of the foremost wine-making regions in South Africa.

Competition is keen and the fine quality of the widely accliamed Robertson wines have earned awards of national and international standing.

The Robertson Wine Route is an officially recognised Wine of Origin region and the Cape's largest wine producing region under irrigation. Orchard upon orchard of decidious fruit, destined for the national and international markets, punctuates the landscape that isn't covered by vineyards — their blossoms scenting the air in spring and their fruit-laden trees delighting the eye in summer.
   
Known as a town for all seasons, Robertson has something to offer every adventure lover — from the wistful wanderer to the robust rock climber and from the binoculared bird watcher to the most fervant 4x4 enthusiast! Take a historical walkabout — visit the museum or relax on the Breede River with a fishing rod, canoe, boat or skis. Numerous bird species — some of them very rare — will delight the eye through a pair of binoculars in our bird paradise.

Explore the beauty of our valley along a variety of 4x4 routes, ranging from the exciting to the daring — each of which guarantees a rush of adrenaline.
 
Just a few kilometres outside Robertson, lies the scenic Cogmans Kloof, with rock faces that will thrill even the most ardent climber.

Our network of low-traffic roads criss-crossing the Valley, provides safe and healthy cycling to young and old. Organised road cycling events attract thousands every year. Several mountain biking trails can also be found.

A number of hiking trails, with numerous overnight huts, take you to the more remote spots, where even more scenic beauty waits to be savoured. The Arangieskop Trail is reputed to be one of the prime trails in the Western Cape, where some of the country's most picturesque trails abound.

Robertson is a sports lover's paradise. Enjoy our facilities for rugby, cricket, netball, golf, squash, hockey, soccer, badminton, and jukskei. Tennis courts and bowling greens, fit for a champion, are close by, as are the town's two Olympic-sized swimming pools.