In the heart of Worcester lies The Beckhuis - an iconic part of the town’s history and heritage. The land was originally bought in 1840 by a local shopkeeper, Daniel Laquerenne, for a mere R30 and the building was erected in 1841. The property was sold to Thomas Heatlie in 1854 who later sold it to Cornelius Beck.
The Beckhuis Guesthouse is a further extension of our hospitality with spacious and luxurious guestrooms. Guests can expect rooms with all the luxuries of modern day living while still experiencing the enchantment of 1940’s architectural style characterised by thick walls, wooden shutters and original wooden floors.
The Beckhuis is a Café and Guesthouse. Our Café is open 6 days a week where guests can enjoy the tranquility of the garden with our outside seating under the vineyard pergola. Guests are also welcomed in our inside seating area with its hearty antique décor with a modern twist.
Whether visiting the Café or Guesthouse, guests can expect an unforgettable experience that holds true to old world charm and unlimited generosity.
No Smoking allowed in the rooms.
Pets allowed but only by prior arrangement with management.
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling