About Berg River Resort
The Berg River Resort is located in the Paarl Valley, just 60 km north east of Cape Town, perfectly positioned for exploring the Boland, Stellenbosch and Franschhoek Winelands. The resort offers various water sports in a tranquil setting and is located close to famous wine estates, country golf courses, shops, and excellent restaurants. Situated on the banks of the Berg River, the resort offers a tranquil setting as well as activities for children of all ages. There are approximately 150 partially grassed stands for caravans and tents, most with 15 amp electrical outlets, while the self-catering family chalets cater two to six people. These range from bachelor-style chalets for two people to two-bedroom units. Berg River Cafe provides essentials as well as meals, and catering for small, private functions and group bookings can also be arranged. Please note that some of the facilities will be closed for the winter from May till end of September.Please note that we cater for couples and families (parents with school going children) only.Due to the ongoing drought in the Western Cape the water level in the river has dropped significantly to the point that the river has stopped flowing all together . This will be the situation till we receive enough rain for the authorities to release water from the Berg River Dam. Berg River Resort and the adjoining farm have no access to Municipal water. The use of our own alternative water sources from boreholes and the river means that the pools and water slide will continue to operate during this summer.The water restrictions which apply for Municipal water also apply to clients water use at the Resort. This is to ensure that every effort is made collectively to reduce water consumption and comply with Government regulations.
Family friendly: We only allow couples and families to overnight.
Visitors agree to abide by the rules of the Resort and ensure that the quiet or general comfort of other guests are in no way disturbed. To secure a booking, 50% of the total is payable by a specified date. Balance payable on arrival. No refunds for late arrivals or early departures. Chalets are for couples or families, ie parents and...
Visitors agree to abide by the rules of the Resort and ensure that the quiet or general comfort of other guests are in no way disturbed. To secure a booking, 50% of the total is payable by a specified date. Balance payable on arrival. No refunds for late arrivals or early departures. Chalets are for couples or families, ie parents and children, and not for groups of friends. Pre-bookings for chalets are essential throughout the year.
Camping sites need to be booked during peak season, for the rest of the year it is first come, first served. Group bookings are subject to written application and approval. An additional breakage and cleaning deposit of R500,00 will be charged for chalets. The chalets will be checked after your departure and if everything is in order the deposit will be refunded. Day or overnight visitors to guests will only be permitted with permission of senior management and the right to limit
admission is reserved. A charge per person and per vehicle will be levied. see more
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