Suikerbossie @ Riebeek-Kasteel

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Suikerbossie is a beautiful newly-renovated 3 bedroom cottage in the heart of Riebeek-Kasteel in the stunning Swartland. Centrally situated on the corner of Skool and Van Riebeeck Streets, Suikerbossie is a stone's throw from world-class restaurants, pubs and shops and the renowned wine and olive boutiques of this unique village. In addition, world-class wine farms such as Kloovenburg and Allesverloren, offering their signature vintage wines, are a mere five minute drive away.       



The accommodation at Suikkerbossie is luxurious and has been designed with your every comfort in mind.  Well-known Cape interior decorator and owner of the fabulous local restaurant , Cafe Felix,  stylish Salome Gunter, was given carte blanche to design the beautiful interior with her usual quirky aplomb to fulfill your every need.  Each of the three beautifully appointed bedrooms can accommodate  two guests (1 queen size bed, 1 double bed and two single beds).  Each uniquely decorated bedroom invites you to relax and enjoy a rejuvenating night with 200 thread count Thornvale linen and the added comfort of an en-suite bathroom ( two bedrooms with an en-suite shower and the main bedroom with a Victorian bath).   To ensure that you remain chilled out during the hot summer each bedroom has a fan above the bed.  In winter you'll remain cosy and snug as each bathroom offers underfloor heating.           



The wrap-around farm stoep is is reminiscent of the 1920's and is the perfect spot to chill out and watch village life ( it goes without saying that you'll be sipping on a glass of the local Shiraz  whilst doing this!). The toep has been equipped with comfortable benches, chairs and a table - ideal for al fresco meals and, of course,  South Africa's favourite pass time, the  braai (otherwise known as the barbecue).



Inside, the cottage was modernized with a fully equipped kitchen ( including a gorgeous lime green Smeg fridge), stainless steel kitchen surfaces and a lovely traditional dining table.  The sitting room and dining room are open plan to the kitchen and create the ideal environment for total relaxation.  In summer, the colonial paddle fans keep you cool and in winter the fireplace ensures that you stay nice and toasty in front of the cosy fire.



The outside pergola offers a private relaxation area where eight people can enjoy the outdoors (and a lovely meal under the stars) around a wooden table.  

           

Important Information

The full accommodation amount is payable three weeks before arrival (details available from Francie when booking)
Please note that our rates are on a sliding scale. Please enquire for more accurate rates.

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Thursday 11th September
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This unit has three stylish bedrooms, all with en-suite bathrooms. One has a queen size bed , the second bedroom with a double bed and the third bedroom with two single beds. All three bedrooms offer you a perfect night's rest with 200 thread count designer cotton bedding, colonial paddle fans and underfloor heating. Please note that our rates are on a sliding scale. Please enquire for more accurate rates.
 
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09 June 2014

We loved our stay - Suikerbossie is quiet, comfortable and close to everything. We loved the decor, the awesome bath and the very comfortable bed! We'll definitely be back.

18 December 2012

Suikerbossie is an attractive modern cottage with luxury bathrooms for each of its 3 bedrooms (extremely comfy beds too), wrap-around stoep and plunge pool. We loved staying here.

07 December 2009

Suikerbossie was truly so relaxing. It was tastefully decorated whilst at the same time being functional and well equipped with anything we could have needed. It was exceptionally comfortable and there was clear attention to detail. The stay was throughly enjoyable and far too short!

23 November 2009

What a beautiful cottage, we loved every minute! Everything you need and everything so tastefully designed! We will definitely be back... can't wait!

11 September 2009

Thoroughly enjoyed our overnight stay at Suikerbossie beautifully fitted and furnished rooms, very comfortable beds. Everything we needed supplied.

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Suikerbossie @ Riebeek-Kasteel is 1.1km from the centre of Riebeek Kasteel , the nearest airport 73km (Cape Town International Airport).

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