About BelMonte Guest House
BelMonte Guest House welcomes you to Paarl. This Mediterranean style guest house with exceptionally beautiful views of the surrounding mountains and the town is situated against the slopes of Paarl mountain on 8 hectares, offering a tranquil getaway.
Walk through the estate where you will find fynbos and proteas, indigenous to this region. Various grape cultivars are also planted on the estate. We are situated close to the town centre, shops, restaurants, wine tasting estates, and golf courses.
BelMonte Guest House offers six spacious double rooms with luxury en-suite bathrooms, and a private suite with a double bedroom, open-plan lounge with sleeper couch, and a fully fitted kitchen. All rooms are beautifully decorated and feature en-suite bathrooms, a choice of king, queen, or twin beds, air-conditioning, satellite TV, and a private balcony with the most amazing views. The rooms are serviced daily and laundry services are available on request.
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