Vredelust B&B and Selfcatering - Villiersdorp, Overberg

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Vredelust B&B and Selfcatering

Villiersdorp, Overberg - Accommodation

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ESTABLISHMENT OVERVIEW:

This Villiersdorp accommodation is a charming retreat in a beautiful village situated near Theewaterskloof Dam, which is the seventh largest dam in South Africa and the pearl of the Overberg.

Vredelust B&B and Self-catering is walking distance from the centre of town, where guests can do a painting workshop with Dale Elliot, visit the many beauty and hair salons and enjoy a wide variety of restaurants; Such as; Andy's Place, Balies, Green Dragon, Café de Gallerie, Kelkiewyn and Heidelberg pub.

Visitors can also explore the Tractor Museum, play a game of golf at the nine hole Golf Course and guests can do a spot of fishing or sailing on Theewaterskloof Dam. Also available is water skiing, Bird watching, and wine tasting at various wine cellars.

This accommodation Villiersdorp offers, comprises of three en suite double bedrooms and four quaint self-catering units. All rooms have DSTV as well as tea and coffee making facilities. Vredelust B&B and Self-catering offers visitors safe secure parking with an electronic gate. Braai and Barbeque facilities are also available. Breakfast is served on request in their dining room adjoining a sitting room where guests can also sit back and relax. The four self-catering units all comprise of an open plan, fully equipped kitchenette. Extra beds are available for children. The kitchenette is equipped with a Fridge/ Freezer, two-plate stove top, microwave, kettle, cooking and BBQ/braai utensils, crockery and cutlery.

Villiersdorp is situated 96 km from Cape Town, 30 km from Franschhoek, 40 km from Caledon and 43 km from Worcester.

This accommodation in Villiersdorp has a homely, country-style atmosphere and offers a warm welcome to guests seeking fairly-priced yet uncompromised modern-day accommodation in the Cape's floral kingdom.

So stay in Villiersdorp at Vredelust B&B and Self-catering, and enjoy the hospitality and all the fun-filled activities that surrounds this accommodation.

Facilities & Amenities includes:

Facilities available at Vredelust B&B and Selfcatering, Villiersdorp, Overberg

Establishment Facilities
  • BBQ
  • Children Welcome
  • Diners Club
  • Gay Friendly
  • Internet
  • Laundry
  • Mastercard
  • Secure Parking
  • Visa
Room Amenities
  • Non Smoking
  • Television

Accreditations & Gradings:

Accreditations for Vredelust B&B and Selfcatering, Villiersdorp, Overberg

  • AA Travel Guides
  • Tourism Grading Council

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Directions to Vredelust B&B and Selfcatering

Map of Vredelust B&B and Selfcatering in Villiersdorp, Overberg

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Directions to Vredelust B&B and Selfcatering

GPS Co-Ordinates: 19° 17' 20.4" E / 33° 59' 27.2" S

By Car / Driving

Driving to Vredelust B&B and Selfcatering in Villiersdorp, Overberg

Departing: Cape Town International Airport
Address: 37 Aviation Crescent, Cape Town International Airport (CPT), Cape Town 7490, South Africa
Distance: 89.7 km / Duration: 1 hour 9 mins
1. Head south 0.1 km
2. Slight left toward Michigan St 0.6 km
3. Turn left toward Michigan St 0.1 km
4. Take the 1st right onto Michigan St 0.4 km
5. Turn left onto Borcherds Quarry Rd 0.7 km
6. Merge onto N2 via the ramp to Somerset 48.8 km
7. Turn left onto Oudebrug Rd 2.7 km
8. Turn left onto Main Rd/R321
Continue to follow R321
35.5 km
9. Continue onto Main Rd/R43 0.7 km
10. Turn left onto Van Riebeeck St 0.1 km
11. Take the 2nd left onto Huguenot St
Destination will be on the left
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Nearest Airport

Cape Town International Airport - Cape Town

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Cape Town International airport used to be called D.F. Malan Airport and was opened in 1954 replacing the old Wingfield Aerodrome Airport.

This airport is the second busiest and second largest airport in South Africa and third busiest in Africa, by 2015 it is expected to have 14 million passengers pass through the airport. It is within easy driving distance (20 km) from the centre of Cape Town.

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Nearby Towns

Alternative accommodation near Villiersdorp, Overberg

TOWN, REGION DURATION DISTANCE
Villiersdorp, Overberg » Current Current
Caledon, Overberg » 35 mins 41.0 km
Bot Rivier, Overberg » 34 mins 42.9 km
Greyton, Overberg » 56 mins 53.3 km
Kleinmond, Overberg » 45 mins 61.1 km
Hermanus, Overberg » 56 mins 71.1 km
Bettys Bay, Overberg » 55 mins 73.2 km
Pringle Bay, Overberg » 1 hour 7 mins 83.8 km
Napier, Overberg » 1 hour 20 mins 97.6 km
Bredasdorp, Overberg » 1 hour 29 mins 113 km
Gansbaai, Overberg » 1 hour 32 mins 115 km
Arniston, Overberg » 2 hours 3 mins 137 km
Struisbaai, Overberg » 1 hour 56 mins 145 km
Swellendam, Overberg » 1 hour 45 mins 147 km
LAgulhas, Overberg » 2 hours 3 mins 151 km
Witsand, Overberg » 2 hours 38 mins 210 km

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