About Grietjiesdrif Guesthouse
Situated on a farm in the heart of the Slanghoek Valley in the Breedekloof, we are surrounded by vineyards and mountains. The original buildings, wine cellar, stable and other outbuildings, have all been converted into accommodation.Now presenting six comfortable en-suite bedrooms and two well equipped selfcatering units.
The self-catering units are considered family units, sleeping two adults and two children. Ablution to be shared. Breakfast is available to self-catering guests by prior arrangement at an extra fee.
Evening meals are available by prior arrangement, prepared and served by hosts Johan and Louella. Enjoy sipping one of our local wines in the lounge or on the veranda overlooking our pretty valley.
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