Worcester Accommodation

Worcester, which is the largest town in the Western Cape, is surrounded by the Brandwacht, Overhex and Langeberg Mountains ranges and overlooks the verdant valleys of the nearby wine districts. Being the largest town in the Western Cape, Worcester is not only the administrative capital of the Breede River Municipality but is also the commercial epicentre for surrounding areas. With its several malls and illustrious corporate sectors, Worcester is popular among retail shoppers and opportunistic businessmen.

Located just 120 kilometres away from Cape Town, city dwellers visit the town to escape their fast-paced lifestyle. While a fast-growing town, the 7500 residents who live here enjoy it for its tranquil setting, beauty and easy way of life.

While walking down the tree-lined Main Street, visitors can marvel over the ornate, historical buildings that date back to the 1840's. Despite being aged, they are, for the most part, in pristine condition. A popular tourist attraction is the Dutch Reformed Church, a national monument that is known for its unique architecture. With its Gothic Revival design, topped with a tin steeple, the building is hard to miss and worthy of a visit. Other religious orders in the area include a mosque and an old synagogue - making Worcester a town that is accepting off all denominations.

Visitors will be enthralled by the old Victorian and Cape Dutch-styled cottages in the area - some of which have been converted into Bed and Breakfasts and Guest Houses. If you're looking to extend your visit, cheap accommodation is also available to holidaymakers on a budget - providing a comfortable night's stay without the added costs.

While boasting an impressive cultural heritage, Worcester is also known by wine connoisseurs for having the largest wine route in the country - stretching from Robertson all the way to Villiersdorp. Furthermore, it produces one-fifth of South Africa's wine, making it one of the most important wine-making areas in the country.

If you're looking for a bit of fun, the Worcester casino, known formally as the Golden Valley Casino, is open 24 hours a day and seven days a week. Gamblers can try their luck at the 220 slot machines, American Roulette Table, or enjoy a drink at the 'Winners Sports Bar'.

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Experience true Boland hospitality amongst the vineyards in the picturesque Brandwacht Valley, just 5 minutes' drive from Worcester and an hour's drive from Cape Town. Centrally located in the Breede ... Read More

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Newly built Mastersview Bed & Breakfast, with its stunning view, is situated on the Worcester Golf Course and offers you comfortable, upmarket, Bed & Breakfast accommodation with secure off-street pa... Read More

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Rivierplaas is a 3rd generation working farm situated ±25km south of Worcester, on the banks of the Breede River. Over time the owner has developed what started out as the family's private swimming an... Read More

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Summer Hill Farm is ideally situated for exploration of the Breede River Valley and Route 62. A friendly welcome, a relaxed home from home stay on a grape farm in the mountainous Brandwacht Valley beh... Read More

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Church Street Lodge is situated in Worcester's historical Church Street, undoubtedly one of the most picturesque parts of town and within walking distance of the town centre. Worcester is the capital ... Read More

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Wake up in a world of wonder. We're so much more than just a place to stay. When you come to Leipzig you get to experience a 200-year-old working wine farm - shaped by stories, made by you. Our rooms... Read More

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Welcome, In the heart of the picturesque Breede River Valley, surrounded by majestic mountains, is the luxurious Reed's Country Lodge. Only 15 minutes out of Worcester, in the peaceful and beautiful... Read More

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Aan De Doorns is a historic Cape Dutch farm homestead offering warm hospitality in a tranquil "farm-living" setting. The farmstead was built around 1860, the rooms are spacious, decorated with unique ... Read More

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The Prime Spot is situated in the historic Church Street and the centre of the town CBD.The beautiful old Victorian buildings are equipped with fine antiques. Anne and daughter Adré will assure you of... Read More

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High above the Breede Valley, a beautiful indigenous flora and fauna mountain reserve is your natural Grand Stand, a vista of stunning mountain ranges embracing the valley, towns and farms - far below... Read More

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Worcester
A quiet and friendly town. The people are humble and very friendly. I didn't feel at any point alienated. Love the old architecture and history of the town and it's buildings.
- Nazlene Smith

Worcester
We enjoyed the Nuy Valley very much and were quite impressed about all the activity in that rather small area, from wine, olive products and fruit products (jam and preserves etc.) right up to the lovely eatery on the hill where you have to eat the black forest cake baked on the premises. Worcester itself had a lot of places still not open after the Christmas period during our visit early January, which was rather disappointing.
- Jan Snyman

Worcester
Lovely little town.
- Francois Myburgh

Worcester
Worcester was nice. Beautiful views and the people are very friendly.
- Malcolm Mentoor

Worcester
Magnificent natural features and an interesting heritage area. Not many choices of restaurants, particularly during the new year holiday. Karoo Botanical Garden is a great spot to explore, provided you get an early start and avoid the mid-day heat.
- Ron Stuart