About Church Street Lodge
Church Street Lodge is situated in Worcester's historical Church Street, undoubtely one of the most picturesque parts of town and within walking distance of the town centre. Worcester is the capital of the Breede River Valley and renowned for the breathtaking scenery amidst magnificent mountain ranges and beautiful vineyards.
The lodge offers private parking, a swimming pool, fountains, quaint patios, braai facilities and a beautifully tranquil garden. Church Street Lodge offers an attractive conference facility for groups up to 40 persons. Breakfast is served in the elegant, tastefully decorated dining room or on the patio around the fountain.
Accommodation offered comprises 21 double bedrooms, all with en-suite bathrooms and private entrances. Each bedroom is individually furnished with antiques and lovely colour schemes. All rooms contain TVs with M-Net, telephones, air-conditioning, fridges and coffee facilities.
Guests will have enough to do in the country's largest wine producing area. Worcester Golf Club has a Gary Player designed golf course and the Cape Gliding Club are often in the area because of its excellent weather conditions for gliding. Other places to pop in are the Kleinplasie Open Air Living Museum, KWV Brandy Cellar, Karoo National Botanical Garden and the Mountain Mill Shopping Centre.
Conference Venues: We offer conference facilities for up to 40 delegates.
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