About Nine Oaks Self-catering accommodation
In the beautiful countryside, 10 guest cottages offer Old World charm and comfort in peaceful surroundings, positioned on the slopes of the Paarl Mountain. Also our venue & Lapa(restaurant only for weddings and parties reserved) is available for parties, weddings, spitbraai's etc. For up to 120 guests.Nine Oaks Self-catering accommodation offers 10 Cottages, the Farmhouse(12 sleeper) and the Prime Cottage(8 sleeper). All accommodation is fully equipped for self-catering with fresh bedding & towels. Cold nights will be spent curled up in front of the roaring fire(cottages 1-6) and warm summer evenings under the stars. Air-conditioning also available, optional if needed. Decide upon arrival.The unique character of the renowned town of Paarl, needs no introduction; famous for her excellent wine and her colourful collection of beautifully restored original architecture. This priceless little town herself is a South African jewel/ pearl and has just about a Swiss bank account’s worth of hidden treasures worth exploring.WiFi available, optional, at limited places.Key/breakage-deposits are also asked in cash and is refundable when depart.Between R250 and R500 per unit.Sanitzed after stay for Covid 19.
Golf: Closest is 7km. Boschenmeer = +-15km
Wedding Venues: Reception area for up to 120 wedding guests, Lapa for ceremony. Home cooked meals or spibraai on menu. Ample spots for wonderful photos.Meals for groups bigger than 25 guests.
Conference Venues: Conference facility on a beautiful farm. Quiet surroundings. Privacy. Up to 50 delegates. Home cooked meals.
Family friendly: Self catering cottages.Swimming-pool, Farm atmosphere
Romantic: Beautiful views.
Covid Safety Approved: Warnings Sanitizer Bring own masks Separate cottages, houses.
50% Deposit paid via eft.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling