About Galloway Guest House
Galloway Guest House is a brand new luxury guest house in the Robertson Wine Valley, conveniently located 10km outside of Robertson on a small holding in the Klaasvoogds West Meander overlooking the majestic Langeberg Mountains.
All five of our earthy and minimalist luxury mountain-view rooms have en-suite bathrooms. Cooled by air-conditioning the rooms are equipped with a TV, mini bar, safe, hair dryer and tea and coffee facilities.
Known as the small town with a big heart, you will be surprised by the warm welcome which awaits you in this quaint country town. With 150 years of history, Victorian buildings and jacaranda-lined streets Robertson has grown into one of the most attractive Cape Winelands towns on Route 62.
Local attractions include Robertson Farmers' Market, wine tasting, Kolgans River Boat or Viljoensdrift River Cruises', River rafting on the Breede River with Rafting Route 62, brandy distillery tour and tasting and many more.
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Things to do in and around Robertson
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Robertson Winery has a full portfolio of wines produced from the fertile Robertson valley and welcomes visitors to learn more about it's wine culture. The cellar is located in the town of Robertson where it's wines are made from several grape farms...
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Robertson Art Gallery is a vibrant, contemporary and energetic space exhibiting the work of top South African artists. Be sure to give this gallery a visit if you're in the area, the stunning gallery itself is like an art piece nestled in the...
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Bon Cap's history of grape farming traces back to the 1920s, until 2002 when it produced it's first wines with focus on quality and sustainability. The Bon Cap wine range is available for sampling in the beautiful tasting room, which feature a...