About Della Vigna Cottage
Located on a beautiful fruit farm at the foot of the 946 m high solitary rock sentinel known as the Kasteelberg, lies the quaint self-catering Della Vigna Cottage. It is just across the road from Riebeeck Kasteel. From the moment that you arrive, the natural beauty of this charming farm cottage will captivate you.
For those who are looking for modern and comfortable accommodation far from the madding crowd, this is it. Della Vigna Cottage is a fully equipped two-bedroom farm cottage which sleeps a total of four guests. It is close enough to the Cedarberg Mountains and the extensive attractions of the wildlife and the San art to be found there, as well as to the numerous attractions of the West Coast and the Atlantic Ocean.
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Things to do in and around Riebeek Kasteel
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