About Gabriel's Rest
Gabriel’s Rest is a Cape Dutch house that offers a warm and friendly atmosphere. It is within walking distance from the village main road and restaurants.
The guest house is comprised of three spacious rooms, including a Double Room, with a double bed and en-suite bathroom with shower, a Large Double Room, equipped with a king-size bed which can convert back to twin beds, and a Twin Room, equipped with two twin beds which can be converted into a king bed.
Guests are welcomed into common spaces such as a shared lounge with a large fireplace, as well as a wraparound porch with seating areas.
Interesting attractions in the area include Bainskloof Pass, Breedekloof Wine Estates and the Wine Route, Karoo Desert National Botanical Garden, Tweede Tol, the Worcester Wine Route, and trout fishing.
Gabriel's Rest Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
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