About Fields of Gold Cottages
Fields of Gold Farm is a newly established olive and lavender farm situated in the Paarl/Franschhoek valley surrounded by world-famous wine and golf courses. We are conveniently situated 10 km from both of the historic towns of Paarl and Franschhoek, 1 km from the Jack Nicklaus-designed Pearl Valley Golf Course, and 2 km from Victor Verster from which Nelson Mandela began his long walk to freedom.
Simunye Cottage offers an affordable and comfortable home away from home experience. It is a large one-bedroom cottage, with a wrap-around patio overlooking a magnificent rock pool and stunning views of the Simonsberg and Groot Drakenstein mountains.
The air-conditioned bedroom has a comfortable queen-size bed with crisp white percale bed linen, while the luxurious en-suite bathroom boasts spectacular views of the Mountains. The bathroom has double basin and double shower, and bath towels are provided.
Sandi Ferreira, the owner of Fields of Gold Farm, looks forward to welcoming you, whether you are looking for a short weekend stay whilst you play a little golf or go wine-tasting or are looking for a longer holiday while you explore all that Cape Town and the surrounding areas have to offer.
Guests must please provide their own swimming towels.
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Things to do in and around Paarl
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