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Known for its beautiful mountains and stunning outdoor activities – there is no city quite like Cape Town. Explore the Mother City, travel up the Cape Winelands route and find your way to Bastiaanskloof Estate, nestled in the Bainskloof Pass. We host some of the most serene accommodation in Cape Town.

Adventurous, Peaceful Accommodation in Cape Town

Our hiking trails are fulfilling, boasting breath-taking views. After a 2-hour hike, the peak of the hiking trail rewards you with a luscious waterfall. Experience all that our private nature conservation has to offer with kodak views and the freshest of mountain air.

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India House

India House, sleeps up to 6. India House nestles in the Bastiaanskloof valley, which is part of the UNESCO Boland Mountain World Heritage Site, an hour and a half from Cape Town International Airport. So named because of its beautiful turquoise front door, imported from Gujarat, India, India House offers a luxurious retreat for up […]

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Kraal Cottage

Kraal Cottage

The Kraal Cottage sleeps 2. The Kraal Cottage is a lovingly restored cottage, which once was the home of a cattle herder. The Kraal was used as a stopover point for cattle on their way over the mountains to be sold at the market in Wellington. Today the Kraal cottage is a self-catering, one bedroom […]

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Restio Cottage Bastiaanskloof

Restio Cottage

Restio Cottage, sleeps 4. Restio Cottage is situated on the Bainskloof Pass and is an eclectically decorated cottage with2 bedrooms en-suite. It is a front verandah from where you can gaze at the views of surrounding mountains and starts. Try and spot one of our rescue tortoises which have been released in and around this […]

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Wild Olive Cottage Bastiaanskloof

Wild Olive Cottage

Wild Olive Cottage, sleeps 4. Wild Olive cottage is situated on the Bainskloof Pass and is a cosy 2 bedroom cottage with wonderful views of the Ceres Mountains – relax in the hammock on the stoep and watch the mountains turn pink at sunset and then dine outside under a million sparkling stars. Cook up […]

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