Riebeek Kasteel Homes & Villas

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ABOUT SUIKERBOSSIE Situated in the stunning Swartland wine district of the Western Cape, Suikerbossie is a gorgeous newly-renovated 4-bedroomed house accommodating up to 8 people in the heart of Ri... More Info

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She is one of the grand old dames of the valley; a 100-and-something year-old manor house that guards Riebeek Kasteel's south-eastern entrance on Hermon Road. Sam and Jacques recently re-vamped her f... More Info


Centrally located and facing the town square, Katarinas offers accommodation within easy walking distance of restaurants and decor shops. There is off-street parking on the premises for our guests. ... More Info


Experience warm hospitality of farmers on this working farm in the Winelands of the Western Cape. The original farmhouse & cellars, dating since 1704 and situated on the bank of the Bergriver, were re... More Info

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Bloemendal Guest Cottage is situated in a quiet part of the quaint village of Riebeek Kasteel. The tastefully decorated home is a tranquil haven with cool, peaceful colours complemented by original ar... More Info


The Upmarket accommodation is set in beautifully landscape gardens with the imposing Elandskloof mountain range as a backdrop to the tranquil setting. Only 45 minutes from Cape Town, the farm is s... More Info


/Hom Guesthouse (The Messenger) For the curious- /Hom means messenger in San) +/- 8km from Riebeek Kasteel youll find a cosy, rustic, pure African inspired accommodation situated in Hermon. Enjoy ... More Info


Shades of Provence guest house, located in post card pretty Riebeek Kasteel, is more of a guest "home", which you will not want to leave. The house has recently been renovated and its chic French Pro... More Info


Olyfenhuis is an over 100-year-old restored house in the historic town of Riebeek-Kasteel, and currently owned by Martina and Leon van den Heever. This historic town offers the visitor plenty of si... More Info


The shared spaces: A cosy lounge provides a comfortable retreat while relaxing with a book and a good glass of wine. A wood-burning stove provides heat for the cold winter days. The bedrooms open into... More Info

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Riebeek Kasteel Reviews

Riebeek Kasteel
Riebeek Kasteel lovely little town.
- Erica Kotze

Riebeek Kasteel
We visited the town before and decided to make a longer stop over this time. So much to see and enjoy. Just such a nice place where you cannot get enough from sightseeing, shop browsing, wine and olive tasting, eating everywhere. If you haven't been there before, don't miss out.
- Jan Snyman

Riebeek Kasteel
Riebeeck Kasteel is seker nog een van die min plattelandse dorpies waar mens met ope arms en baie opregte vriendelikheid ontvang word. Riebeek Kasteel was n ervaring wat ek vir niks in die (wreld) sal verruil nie! Daar gee hulle nog vir mekaar en toeriste om!
- Helena Visser

Riebeek Kasteel
This is one lovely and picturesque little town with friendly inhabitants everywhere as well as wonderful restaurants to pick and choose from. The wines from their own cellars are a pleasure to drink and worthwhile stocking up on. Pity one can not afford the property prices!
- Jan Van der Vyver