Tulbagh Guest Houses

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From R800* unit

Newly renovated, cosy and well-equipped 1 or 2 bedroom self catering cottages, all with en-suite bathroom, spacious open plan kitchen, lounge and dining area with a high, arched ceiling invite to rela... More Info

From R798 pps

KLOOFZICHT ESTATE ACCOMMODATION: Kloofzicht Estate is the first wine estate as you approach the valley from the Nuwekloof Pass (R46) and is about 4km before the picturesque Tulbagh Village. This s... More Info

From R650* unit

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We view an outing to Eikelaan Farm as a complete Break from Reality and a total switch off from the buzz of the city life - great for recharging the batteries and clearing the mind. The peace and... More Info

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From R565 pps

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De Oude Herberg Guest House is situated in Church Street, Tulbagh and has been providing bed and breakfast accommodation since 1885. Translated from Afrikaans as "The Old Inn", De Oude Herberg G... More Info

From R660* unit

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Reflections Guest Farm is a 70 hectare Farm-resort getaway, directly off a tarred road, nestled in the beautiful and historic Tulbagh Valley. Stunning mountain and valley views and best of all the cot... More Info

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From R250 pps

The guest house is situated on top of a hill and overlooks the fynbos along with accompanying olive groves and vineyards. This combination of natural splendour inevitably lends itself to create the pe... More Info

From R1500* unit

Large, spacious and centrally located in historic Church Street with its shops, restaurants and museums. This extraordinary 200 year old gem has three large bedrooms (double, double twin) and one full... More Info

From R920* unit

Tulbagh is a hidden gem where the flora and fauna will excite the senses. The colours of the seasons will amaze you. Explore the winelands, stop for winetasting at world famous cellars, visit an olive... More Info

From R250 pps

Our house is built on a lower slope of the mountain, and next to it is the country house which we rent out to guests. It has a little fenced-in garden with a big oak tree and a tree house for the bi... More Info

From R1000* unit

EpiStay offers gallery styled accommodation in Tulbagh's famous Church Street, where restaurants and museums are right on your doorstep. EpiStay is the ideal place to both relax and unwind or recharge... More Info

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Tulbagh Reviews

Lovely town to visit with all the old buildings and atmosphere of tranquillity.
- Pieter Fourie

Beautiful village!
- Gillian Ball

Tulbagh is a beautiful get away place with wonderful scenery, ample shopping facilities and good restaurants catering for all tastes and pockets plus a wide variety of things to see and do.
Multiple wine farms, historic buildings and a visit to the Chocolatier made our stay one of the best holidays we have had.

- Patricia And Mike Bamford

After my first weekend in Tulbagh, the first thing I wanted to do was to buy property. This must be one of the most beautiful little towns in the Western Cape. We loved every minute of our visit there and were sad to leave.
- Andre Strydom

A beautiful, friendly town. Loads to see and do. Need to go back and spend more time there very soon.
- Lynette Bazeley