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The Constantia Valley has an appeal that offers something of interest to everyone, from award winning restaurants offering, luxurious boutique hotel accommodation with spa’s as well as quant B&B’s. There are beautiful greenbelts to walk on, shops to...more
Place of historical old buildings and the Wine Museum, depicting wine-making over centuries and listing some of its foremost customers of the world's oldest continuing wine sales from Groot Constantia. Napoleon Bonaparte and Fredrich the Great already enjoyed these upmarket products.
A huge forested suburb in the shadow of Table Mountain. Known for it's wine farms (the original city area ones) & equestrian endeavours. Some of the nicest Historical Cape Dutch Hotels in South Africa are found here.
The Constantia wine route is the best option of all the Cape Town routes. It is better than either Stellenbosch, Paarl or Franschhoek.
It is compact, easily accessible and full of history and scenic beauty.
We were staying in a hotel weihin Constantia and very much enjoyed driving around the area visiting many of the beautiful vineyards. Most of the vineyards are selling their own wines and offer a shipment service to the UK where one pays a price for...More
We stayed for six days in mid March. This lovely boutique hotel/B&B was perfect for a week trip to Cape Town. Constantia is a beautiful suburb of Cape Town and is very handy for visiting the many upmarket vineyards ofConstantia.
The Lodge is very safe....More