|Belgian Bed & Breakfast in Wellington in the middle of the South African Wine lands|
An oasis of rest and a source of inspiration
Attractions / Things to do
|You can relax at the swimming pool,around the fire place “Boma”or enjoy a game of pool,darts and other games available at the B&B.|
Wellington, quite accessible to Cape Town International Airport, is conveniently central to many places of interest across all points of the compass. There are five dramatic and scenic mountain passes nearby. All the Cape's various wine and brandy routes, not to mention the fruit routes, are an easy day trip. Spring sees the grand displays of wild flowers of the Cape West Coast, a pleasant few hours journey by car. The sophisticated delights of Cape Town City, and the sunny golden beaches of the Cape Peninsula as well as the whales of False Bay are within an hour's reach. Historic Stellenbosch, Franschhoek, Tulbagh and Paarl are neighbouring towns, each full of attractions of their own.
|Services / Facilities|
|The guesthouse has 4 rooms each with en-suite bathrooms, |
King size beds, aircon and internet facilities.
|Single 500.00 Rand|
Double 375.00 Rand P/P Sharing
Honeymoon 900.00 Rand
Price available untill 31/3/2010, Breakfast included.
|From the Airport: go to the N2, direction Somerset west. After about 5 minutes on the N2 you need to take the left exit R300 direction Kuilsrivier. Follow this road till the end ( +/- 20 min.) and take the exit to the N1 direction Paarl (right). On the N1 follow the direction Paarl until you see the Exit R44 Stellenbosch - Wellington. Turn Left in the direction Wellington. |
After 17 km, you will come at a Robot T-junction (see on the map to the red dot in the bottom left corner) and there you will turn left.
At the next robot you turn Right into the Church street.
Follow until the 1-th Stop street.
Turn Left into Berg en Dalstreet.
In the beginning off the road +/- 100 M on the right hand side you’ll find number 11 B&B Ons Stee.
Take notice that in South Africa the numbering off the houses isn’t like it's supposed to be. First number 8 ; 10; 12 and then N°11.
Keep in mind that we drive at the left side off the road, so stay alert.