Barrydale Self Catering Accommodation4.3 - 12 Guest Reviews
The r62 pass was nice
Walking around the quiet town and finding the Karoo Art hotel where we had a lovely experience and dinner
Can walk everywhere, very friendly.
Small beautiful country town!
Nature at its best. Lovely and friendly people who makes your visit all the better!
Milkshakes at Diesel and Cream!
A great place with a nice old school feel you don't get much anymore, Diesel and Cream and Blue Cow are 2 must stops for all! 👌
Beautiful town with an eclectic, diverse population.
Beautiful little town, close enough to Cape Town for a weekend getaway. Lots of quaint little shops and restaurants to keep you busy, but also allows you to just relax and recharge.
Very popular stop on Route 62, you won’t be disappointed!
Diesel and Creme always worth a visit and the local brewery is also a great spot. The Tradouws pass itself is amazingly beautiful and worth a visit for a picnic and a swim.
Diesel and Crème Vintage Restaurant, the vibe and the droëwors!
More info about Barrydale
It took tough and determined individuals to cross the sheer barrier of mountains along the Western Cape but when they did, they discovered a warm fertile valley, shielded from the wind by the surrounding mountains and well-watered by the House River, ideal for fruit crops. Over a century later, a town was established in the valley and named Barrydale after a well-known businessman, James Barry.
Barrydale lies on the world’s longest wine route and apart from its superb wines, is renowned for the award-winning brandy produced here, the unique wild flowers, quality commercial fruit and quaint country restaurants.
A small town is often judged by the exchanges that occur between visitor and resident and in Barrydale, the townspeople greet their guests with a slow smile and have a generosity of spirit that touches the heart and leaves one with a desire to return.
Top 6 reasons to visit Barrydale
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About Self Catering
Self Catering places can be found from rural to urban areas and can vary in what they offer. They allow plenty freedom and is a great inexpensive way to spend your holiday. They have been widely classified as a “Home away from home”. This is a good option for guests who don’t mind cooking their own food, and are looking for a more independent and flexible form of accommodation. For budget and large families, we would recommend self-catering for a more personalised experience.