Bonnievale Accommodation

While quaint and picturesque, Bonnievale is not as well-known as the other towns that lie in the Breede Valley. The reason for this, many have discerned, is that it is entirely bypassed by Route 62 – the longest wine route in the world. Being located in the shadow of the Langeberg Mountains to the North-East, it is a small wonder why it’s considered the region’s hidden gem. It has been dubbed as the valley’s best kept secret as it boasts scenic vistas of the sprawling Langeberg Mountains; produces some quality wines and is the home base for South Africa’s leading cheese manufacturer, Parmalat.

Unbeknownst to many is that the town is referred to as the ‘Valley of Wine and Cheese’. In the area, there are four wine estates, two private wine producers and a couple of co-operative wine cellars. Connoisseurs will enjoy the eclectic assortment of varietals – where old vintages, as well as a new generation of boutique wines, can be sampled. As wine tourism is central to the economy, farmers will gladly show visitors around their property, giving one informative tidbits about the wines that are harvested and the history of their farms.

There are two cheese factories based in Bonnievale – Mooivallei Suiwel and Parmalat. Cheese-lovers and individuals who enjoy their share of dairy products will be familiar with the name brand ‘Parmalat’. For three years running, the dairy and food corporation has won the title of ‘cheese manufacturer of the year’.

If you don’t have enough time to wonder through the town but are looking to stock up on your wine collection, take a quick pit stop at the Von Wijngarten Wine Boutiek. Here you will find all of the wines produce in Bonnievale. If wine is not what you’re looking for, however, ask the owners about their town-famous ‘Tim Jan’. Considered a ‘wonder juice’ by the locals, this homemade aloe and grape juice is said to cure a wide range of bodily ailments – from aches and pains to sniffles.

If you’ve overindulged in wine-drinking and cheese-nibbling, make your way to De Ouwe Werf Market for a quick break. This weekly market provides you with all the usual artisanal wares you can think of, include fresh bread and rolls, pastries and freshly brewed coffees. You can also peruse through and purchase various non-edible wares, including antiques and hand-made crafts.

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From R325 pps


Self-Catering Accommodation in a beautiful setting on the banks of the Breede River in Bonnievale. 5 minutes from the centre of Bonnievale. Fishing, canoeing, swimming, birding are available on ... More Info

From R650* unit


The Apricot Farm is a working farm and situated in the beautiful tranquility of the Breede River valley in the Western Cape near Bonnievale. This looks like a lovely weekend spot - a cosy timber cabin... More Info

From R860* unit


Welcome to Beausoleil Beausoleil is a beautiful 3-star bed and breakfast in Bonnievale, Breede River Valley that is an idyllic getaway full of romance and charm. The area is breathtaking by itself ... More Info

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From R250 pps


Situated at the foot of the dramatic Langeberg mountains, off the R60 between Bonnievale and Swellendam, Bonfrutti offers a wholesome taste of farm life and five comfortable self-catering cottages. ... More Info

From R450 pps


Your hosts, Theuns and Elana Coetzee are the proud owners of Bonnievale's stylish and comfortable A Place in Thyme Bed & Breakfast. Their love for the beauty and tranquility of the countryside attract... More Info

From R300 pps

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Amanzi Cottage is situated on a wine farm, Shalom, near Bonnievale, who is also known as The Valley of Cheese and Wine. Our cottage is surrounded by the Langeberg and Riviersonderend mountain range. ... More Info

From R1500* unit


The Country House is situated on an Olive Farm in the Breede River Valley between the historical towns of McGregor, Bonnievale, and the popular Robertson Winelands. An olive grove of 3 000 mature oliv... More Info

From R800* unit


Situated less than 2 hour's drive from Cape Town, in the heart of one of the largest wine producing areas in South Africa and nestled on the banks of the magnificent Breede(wide) river, is Kingfisher ... More Info

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Welcome to Boesmansdrift, for the genuine country-living experience! Come and relax in our fully furnished self-catering farm house,(sleeps 8), nestled along the Breede River and surrounded by fr... More Info

From R560* unit


Break away for a few days to our romantic cottages situated on Weltevrede Wine Estate just outside the town of Bonnievale. The cottages lie in the heart of the Breede River Valley close to Route 62 a... More Info

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Bonnievale
If you like wine, antiques and fishing, Bonnievale is the dorpie to visit. I like all three so was a very happy camper!! Ate dinner at Filly & Vine and it was nothing spectacular but was good enough. Friendly owner and staff. Lots of antique shops with great variety of stock at reasonable prices. All in all a quaint little town with mainly locals hanging around and not over run by tourists.
- Daniel Obrist

Bonnievale
Never knew we had such beautiful surroundings on our doorstep.
- Maria Vasconselos

Bonnievale
Bonnievale is a very quaint town and sits along the breede river. It is surrounded by the wine lands which makes it so special.
- Franchesca Dixon

Bonnievale
Love it!!
- Andriesa Smith

Bonnievale
Such a lovely town! Very neat and the people are very friendly. Will certainly visit again.
- Wilma Koekemoer