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Wildebraam Berry Estate

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Wildebraam offers several lovely units on a youngberry farm in Swellendam. Nestled in the Hermitage Valley, 2 km from Swellendam, all the units enjoy stunning views of the Langeberg Mountains and guests will revel in the tranquil country atmosphere. All units are fully equipped with towels and linen provided. Games and books are also provided.A minimum 2- night stay over weekends is preferred when booking the larger cottages. Wildebraam is renowned for its liqueurs and deli range produced on site and all guests are welcome to join us for tastings in our cellar Mon-Sat. In addition, Wildebraam has a conference/function venue which can host up to 64 people and both corporate and private functions are very popular.ACTIVITIES: Liqueur & deli tasting at Wildebraam Cellar, horse riding by own appointment with DEE HAZELL, birding, hiking in surrounds or in Marloth Nature Reserve (1.5km), mountain biking and berry picking (in season). A 9-hole golf course is 1.5km away and various sport clubs are in Swellendam. Little ones (and older ones!) will love Sulina’s Fairy Sanctuary and Swellendam also has several art galleries and local potters and artists. Well worth visits could include the local Drostdy museum, Bontebok National Park, De Hoop Nature Reserve, Robertson Wine Route-just to mention a few. There are also lovely day trips into the countryside including Barrydale, Montagu, Robertson, Malgas and Arniston. BUT, most of all, lots of RELAXING!! Wine tasting and country meandering are the order of the day.We look forward to sharing our "berried treasure" with you!
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Free Parking
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Golf Course
Business Centre with Internet Access
Laundry Service
Non-Smoking Hotel
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Non-Smoking Rooms
Air Conditioning
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Cape Town Intl Airport168 km
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Quiet, peaceful and relaxing place with everything you could want in the room to make yourself comfortable and to prepare food. A Weber barbeque on the veranda, comfortable furnishings and a nice big and very comfortable bed!

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Response from Wildebraam, Manager at Wildebraam Berry EstateResponded 1 week ago

Thank you so much. hope we will see you in future.

Reviewed 5 October 2018

Tasting very interesting.Reseption staff very well trained.. Friendly staff all over. Clean and neat. Nice view and will visit agian. Bed mattress all needs replacement. Shower could be cleaner and needs elbow grease.

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Reviewed 1 October 2018

beautiful place to stay you can hear the birds and frogs, really enjoyed our stay. I think it would be nice if you met the owner and they chat with you. the tasting room and jams and all there products are amazing came home with...More

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Response from Wildebraam, Owner at Wildebraam Berry EstateResponded 3 October 2018

Hi Ingrid! Thank you for your great review of our Garden Suite. So sorry we never met you personally as we were on holiday ourselves visiting our grandchildren in Saldanha. You would have dealt with Melanie our hospitality manager who was on duty in the...More

Reviewed 17 September 2018

We had a fairly good stay, thank you. The staff in the shop was very friendly and helpful and the products is of high quality and very tasty. The Garden suite was very wet and damp, I suppose it was due to the much rain...More

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Response from Wildebraam, Owner at Wildebraam Berry EstateResponded 18 September 2018

Good Afternoon Helene I am sorry that the weather was so miserable on the week-end you visited! I have addressed the issues with housekeeping and maintenance and assure you that this is not common practice (please see all other reviews). Thank you for bringing it...More

Reviewed 26 August 2018

It's a beautiful area to stay and quiet. It would've been great if the aircon's heater worked or the bed had an electric blanket, as Swellendam temperatures tend to drop to close to zero at night, especially in the Hermitage area. It would also have...More

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Response from Wildebraam, Owner at Wildebraam Berry EstateResponded 27 August 2018

Hi! Thank you for your review! I have checked, and the aircon/heater does work but we find that the guests sometimes change the settings which causes problems for the next guests... I have taken note though and our hospitality manager has agreed to check the...More

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19 September 2017|
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Response from Wildebraam | Property representative |
Hi As a guest in the establishment, you will not be charged the entrance fee into the fields (R15), and obviously you can eat whilst picking, but , you will be charged for berries picked at the going R/KG rate.
Room Tips
"We did not stay over in the rooms so I can not say for sure."
1 Jul 2015
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"Only suggestion would be to add an iron and ironing board."
6 May 2015
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"It might be a good idea to phone beforehand if you want to pick your own berries to see if there are..."
14 Jan 2015
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"The staff will tell you what your options are as the cottages are differnt sizes and prices"
17 Dec 2013
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US$40 - US$63 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
South AfricaWestern CapeOverberg DistrictSwellendam
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