About Damas Guesthouse & Restaurant
Damas is situated at the foot of the majestic Brandwacht mountains and lies nestled among the vineyards in the picturesque Brandwacht Valley.
Centrally located in the Breede River Winelands, guests have the opportunity to explore the beauty of the largest wine-producing district in southern Africa. Damas is just 5 minutes’ drive from Worcester and an hour's drive from Cape Town.
Regarded as one of the finest guest houses and restaurants in the region, Damas offers warm hospitality, first-class service and excellent cuisine. The tranquillity of the surroundings and the personal attention of the owners make each visit to Damas a wonderful experience, whether a birthday party, weekend breakaway, a romantic evening out, a conference or a wedding.
Visits to places of interest in our district can be arranged in advance. Three different venues cater for many of the guests’ needs. The complex consists of Damas Restaurant, an award-winning restaurant, the Ficus Conference Centre and a 3 Star guest house.
Golf: Worcester Golf Club is just 8 km from Damas and promises an unique golfing experience on the 18 hole Gary Player designed golf course. This challenging golf course is surrounded by magnificent mountain ranges and beautiful scenery.
Wedding Venues: This popular wedding venue in the heart of the Breede River Valley offers each couple a unique opportunity to fulfil their dream wedding.
Conference Venues: Damas provide the ideal environment for business meetings, conferences and seminars. Venues are air-conditioned and wireless LAN accessible. A breakaway programme can be organised on request.
Covid Safety Approved: We pledge to implement a high standard of hygiene and cleaning protocols to ensure the safest environment possible for our guests. We adhere to the industry safety protocols set out by the Tourism Business Council of South Africa (TBCSA).
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