Mooikelder Guest House Wellington
gracious Cape Dutch homestead that was built in 1835 and has been owned by a number
of prominent people, most notably Cecil John Rhodes who took occupation in
1900. Set in the Paarl valley in the heart of the Boland, Mooikelder's
distinctive appeal is in its stately home with exceptionally high gable and
the original cellar, with facade plaster dating back to the first half of the
19th century. Each of the 6 comfortable bedrooms has a unique character and
Twin or double beds are in en-suite rooms with TV, hairdryers, heaters when chilly, fans for the summer weather, clock radios and beverage trays. The separate lodge shares the inviting swimming pool and restful, manicured garden. The Lodge has two en-suite bedrooms, a private sitting room with it's own fireplace, a fully equipped kitchen and upstairs a TV room. It is also the ideal retreat for family or friends. Lunch and dinner are served if requested. Establishment are close to many attractions in Paarl such as the Afrikaans language museum and monument; Glass blowing at Seidleberg; Idyllic walks in the Paarl Nature Reserve; golf courses and the Jack Nicklaus signature course at Paarl Valley.
Rates per room per night, specials, seasons, meals, children policy: on request
Contact & reservations:
1) you can e-mail us requesting information and/or rates
Reservations are only accepted in writing: by fax or via e-mail.
Final availability confirmation: in writing: by fax or via e-mail.
Terms & conditions, Payment options and Cancellation policy
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