Holiday Accommodation in Wellington

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Lady Loch Guest House WellingtonGuest House
Situated in the heart of the Winelands, and offering magnificent views over mountains and vineyards, the Lady Loch is situate in 6.5 acres of private grounds, which include a 130m stretch of the Berg River. Room are unusually large and feature King-sized beds, en-suite bathrooms with double-sized sh...

Haaskraal Country Lodge and Cottage WellingtonGuest House
Haaskraal is a picturesque working export grape and wine grape farm.The original owner was Pieter van Heerden who arrived in South Africa from the Netherlands in 1701 and aquired the farm in 1720. The original homestead is now the Guest House. The main house consists of three beautifully styled bed...

Oude Wellington Wine & Brandy Estate WellingtonGuest House
Enjoy your stay on our historical Cape Dutch Estate with thatched roofs and view over the vineyards and mountains. We produce wine, brandy and Grappa....

B&B Ons Stee      WellingtonBed & Breakfast
Belgian Bed & Breakfast in Wellington in the middle of the South African Wine lands An oasis of rest and a source of inspiration ...

5 Mountains Lodge WellingtonHotel / Lodge
Bain sTreet B WellingtonBed & Breakfast
Bartholomeus Klip Farmhouse      WellingtonBed & Breakfast
Bovlei Valley Retreat WellingtonHotel / Lodge
Calabash WellingtonBed & Breakfast
Cummings Guest House      WellingtonGuest House
Diemensfontein Wine WellingtonGuest House
Diemersfontein Country House & Wine Esta WellingtonGuest House
Hugenote College - Huis Louise WellingtonBed & Breakfast
Provence Reception Centre WellingtonGuest House
Rianas WellingtonBed & Breakfast
Ross Farms Guest House WellingtonBed & Breakfast
Watsonia Lodge WellingtonHotel / Lodge

Drive up Bain's kloof for a panoramic view across the Valley of Wellington. Visit the South African Dried Fruit shop, picturesque wine estates where wine as well as olive tastes is offered, enjoy hiking and horse trails from where breathtaking views unfold along paths with the most exquisite species of wild flower and see for yourself what excellent products are available at our well-known leather factories.

Wellington Tourism Bureau / Wine Route PO Box 695 / 104 Main Road
Wellington, 7654 / 7655
Tel: +27 (0)21-873 4604
Fax: +27 (0)21-873 4607
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Major Attractions

Dried Fruit
South Africa's biggest packers and marketers of dried fruit. A wide variety of dried fruit and related products are for sale at their cash shop.
Tel no: 021-873 1101
Leather factories (more than one)
Modelled on the Italian style, these small factories produces an exclusive range of shoes that can be purchased on the premises. A large selection of leather items is offered for sale. Browse and select anything from a key-ring to a brief-case.
Tel no: 021-873 4604
National Monument: Bain's Kloof Pass
Wellington nestles at the foothills of the Hawequa Mountains and is also part of the route over Bain's Kloof Pass - a breathtaking winding pass through to the North. This pass was surveyed and built by Andrew Geddes Bain.
Tel no: 021-873 4604
Wine Route
The fact that the majority of South Africa's vine-cutting nurseries are found in the Wellington area is due to the excellent soils and climate of the region. The Wellington Wine Route is small and compact and the members are within easy driving distance of one another. The Wine Route is known for its top quality red wines as well as old favourites like Chenin Blanc, Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay.
Tel no: 021-873 4604
Historical buildings
Originally known as Limiet Valley (border or frontier valley) the area became known as Val du Charron or Wagenmakersvallei (Valley of the Wagon Maker) towards the end of the 17th century when the French Huguenots settled here. The Old Market Building (where the tour starts), Dutch Reformed Church, Clairvaux and the Woudberg House (it ends) are just four of the 32 historical buildings that can be visited.
Tel no: 021-873 4604
Outdoors and Sport

Mountain Bike Trials
Exciting mountain bike trail which run past 5 guest facilities through the foothills of the Hawequa Mountains and offers spectacular views over the Berg River Valley. Tel no: 021-873 4604
Horse Trails
On guided horse rides in the foothills of the Hawequa Mountains you can experience the fynbos, orchards and vineyards of the magnificent Wellington countryside. Tel no: 082 335 8132
Bainskloof Hiking Trails
There are a number of hiking trails and picnic places in the mountain and some of the most exquisite species of wild flowers can be seen at certain times of the year. Tel no: 021-945 4570/1
Wellington offers ample sporting facilities. Apart from the Boland Stadium, administrative headquarters of the Boland Rugby Union, there is also an excellent golf course and swimming pools. Tel no: 021-873 4604
Other facilities also include those for tennis, cricket, squash, bowls, and hockey Tel no: 021-873 4604
History and Culture

Most of the historical buildings in town formed part of the Huguenot Seminary that Rev Andrew Murray started in Wellington. Through his influence Wellington became a well-known centre for education and missionary work in South Africa. The buildings are still in use today and their beautiful architecture can be viewed on the historical walking route through town. (Brochures available at Wellington Tourism Bureau)
Other interesting buildings not to be missed are the Dutch Reformed Church with Andrew Murray's statue and grave, the Huguenot fountain in Joubert Park, Wellington Museum, Ouma/Granny's House museum and the Anglo Boer Block House.
Another must for the tourist is a visit to Ouma/Granny's House Museum which houses a unique and priceless collection of days gone by. The most recent exhibition is that of the Anglo-Boer War with voorlaaiers, pictures, war discharge certificates, etc. Dating from the same war is the most southerly Blockhouse built to protect the railway line outside Wellington.


Limietberg Nature Reserve
The Nature Reserve streches over a part of the Boland Mountain range and contains 9 different hiking trails through fynbos rich areas. Bookings for hiking, picnics and camping to be made at Nature Conservation at (021) 945 4570/1.


Annabell / Lemon Tree clothing & gift shop - an ineresting range of clothes & gifts when you're looking for that something special. Tel. 021  873  5307 Fax - 873  5307

Bainskloof Pass (1853) - National monument -Built by Andrew G Bain using convict labour & primitive tools.  The Friends of Bain'skloof keep a watchful eye over its preservation. Cell. 082 728 0184

Block House - Most southerly relic of the Anglo Boer war, built to protect the railway line.Tel  021-873 4604

Colibri Towel Factory Shop - a range of towels at factory prices.Tel 021 864  3640. Fax- 864  1918.

Continental China Factory Shop - a variety of china, glassware and gifts at factory prices.  Berry farm products such as jams vinegar & preserves also on sale. Tel ;021  873  0108Tel & Fax 021-873 4969.

Die Vonds Snake Park - Centre for breeding of snakes 40 varieties & other reptiles . Tel: 021-863 8309

Fynbos Horsetrails - Obiqualand tours offer specialised tours such as guided horse trails through the foothills of Hawekwa mountains. Beautiful fynbos, visits to vine-cutting nurseries , cultural tours and much more.Tel: 021  873  1241. Fax - 8641226. Cell: 082 335 8132.

Hildenbrand Wine & Olive Estate - Experience the ambiance of country life here - extra virgin olive oil made by hand on the cold press methode.  Restaurant on premisesTel: 021 873 4115. Fax- 873  4115.

Historical Walking Route - 1-2hour walk about town with a short description of some of our historical buildings.  Brochure available at Wellington Tourism bureau.Tel: 021  873  4604. Fax-  873  4607

Ikhwezi Community Centre - supporting the crafts of the local community including hand woven carpets & tapestries, quiltwork, handcrafted textile prints with an African theme ie table cloths.Tel /Fax: 021-868 1707 .

Leeuwrivier Art Gallery - works of art by prominent SA artists displayed in a historical cape dutch homestead. Tel: 021  873  2371 Fax- 873  2371

Limietberg Nature Resort - A number of day hikes, overnight trails and a camping site in the mountains. Permits for day hikes available at Wellington Tourism Tel: 021-945 4570. Fax: 021-873 4604

Ouma/Granny's House Museum - A beautiful little Victorian house with a unique and priceless collection of articles from days gone by. Open Fridays 9:00 - 12:30 otherwise by appointment.Tel: 021  873  4604. Fax- 021  873  4607

Redemption Fine Leathers - An exclusive range of shoes, handbags, belts & furniture modelled on the Italian style. Tel: 021 873 3219  Fax- 873  1358

SAD (Dried Fruit) - Sa's biggest packers & marketers of dried fruit all for sale at the cash shop.Tel:  021  864 8600. Fax - 873  3112.

Wellington Leather Novelties - A factory shop selling a variety of leather articles ie purses, belts, shoes, handbags. Tel: 021-873 3219

Wellington Mountain Bike Trail - a 30 km mountain bike trail with spectacular mountain scenery.  Suitable for experts and novices. Start at Diemersfontein Guest Farm.  Permits available at the Tourism Bureau. Tel: 021  873  4604. Fax - 873  4607.

Wellington Museum - Interesting exhibits & archaeological discoveries as well as other historical infoTel/fax: 021- 873