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Founded in 1853, the town was named after Reverend Dr William Robertson, and boasts a proud architectural heritage. Robertson is located in the heart of Route 62, the longest wine route in the world which stretches... Show more

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jacuzzi, pet friendly, fireplace, apartments, bed and breakfast, camps, chalets, cottages, game lodges, guest farms, guest houses, guest lodge, holiday homes, hotels, self catering.

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4.3 out of 5

Anonymous

The Wine tasting farms was conveniently close to each other and there were lots of farm to choose from in Robertson.

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08 September 2018

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Founded in 1853, the town was named after Reverend Dr William Robertson, and boasts a proud architectural heritage. Robertson is located in the heart of Route 62, the longest wine route in the world which stretches all the way from Cape Town to Port Elizabeth. From Cape Town its 1.5 hours drive via Paarl and Worcester. It is situated in the shadow of the majestic Langeberg Mountains with the Breede River as its life blood. With 150 years of history, Robertson has grown into one of the most attractive Cape Wine land towns, with Victorian buildings, jacaranda-lined streets and beautiful gardens.

Robertson known as the valley of wine and roses has a pleasant moderate climate, warm welcoming people, in a valley of great natural beauty - that’s Robertson in a nutshell. Robertson is renowned for its wines of connoisseur quality, radiant roses and thoroughbred horses. Robertson’s appeal is wide and broad. No matter what... Show more

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For a more down to earth experience there are guest houses. Less expensive than hotels, they offer a more homey environment, as well as more privacy. Converted from a private house it’s a much gentler environment and for those with furry friends, there are also pet friendly options. They are usually well situated with shops and places of interest nearby. Being so small it offers a much more personal and intimate attention to it’s upkeep, leaving you with a more polished and homely experience.