From R775 PPS
Thank you for choosing SOVERBY GUEST HOUSE for your accommodation!
Tonight you will sleep in renovated wine cellars, originally built in 1907 by the Joubert Family. Later the cellar was converted into stables, but over the years farming methods changed, co-operative wineries were established and this is what your rooms looked like prior to 1996.
Room 1 continued to be used as a stable, room 2 became a garage as cars became affordable, room 3 was a bachelor's flat used by the older sons of the family, rooms 4 & 5 were a large storeroom, room 6 was a farm shop (in use until 1995) and rooms 7 & 8 were the "poison" room.
Soverby means "just beyond the border of Cape Town and Stellenbosch" but in Danish it means "Sleeping Village" - how appropriate! Soverby Guest House opened it's doors to the public on 6 May 1996 and we are fortunate to meet so many people and make so many new friends!
A warm welcome to you and enjoy your stay!
All credit cards are accepted when paying through Sleeping-OUT.
We have a 20% discount on all rooms from the 1st of May until the end of June