The accommodations are self-catering and located in a high-security estate and close to the club house
Lodges - Accomodation for up to 8 guests, 1 large lounge with a dining area and Tv lounge. Fiber Wifi Patio and braai
In Room Facilities:
Lodges has 3 or 4 bedrooms. All bedrooms are en-suite, 2 of which have Jacuzzi baths, and there is heating and air-conditioning throughout the lodges.
The kitchen is fully equipped with all modern conveniences, including a washing machine and dishwasher. There is DStv(family pack), CD and DVD players. There are beautiful balconies on each of the 3 levels and the ground floor balcony overlooks a lake and has a built in barbecue for guests that like the outdoor life. There is undercover car parking for guests’ vehicles.
Paarl is the seat of the Drakenstein Local Municipality; although not part of the Cape Town metropolitan area, it falls within its economic catchment. Paarl is unusual in South Africa in that the name of the place is pronounced differently in English and Afrikaans. An unusual feature of the name of the town is that Afrikaners customarily attach the definite article to it: people say in die Paarl or in die Pêrel ("in the Paarl"), rather than in Paarl.
Paarl gained international attention when, on 11 February 1990, Nelson Mandela walked out of Victor Verster Correctional Centre (now known as Drakenstein Correctional Centre) in Paarl ending 27 years of imprisonment and beginning the march to South Africa's post-apartheid era and multi-racial elections. Mandela spent three years in prison here living in a private house within the walls. Today, a bronze statue of Mandela stands outside the prison.
Paarl hosted a match from the ICC Cricket World Cup 2003. The headquarters of Ceres Fruit Juices are located in the city, although its namesake, Ceres valley and source of much of the fruit, is around one hour's drive to the northeast.
The district is particularly well known for its Pearl Mountain or "Paarl Rock". This huge granite rock is formed by three rounded outcrops that make up Paarl Mountain and has been compared in majesty to Uluru (formerly known as Ayers Rock) in Australia. (However, they are not geologically similar. Paarl Rock consists of intrusive igneous rock, while Uluru is a sedimentary remnant).
Guests can also take advantage of the golf club, and play at special rates, and the clubhouse offers restaurant, bar, a swimming pool , and a spa with an on site hairdresser.
The estate, which has 24-hour security, is situated between Paarl and Franschhoek, in close proximity to fantastic restaurants and wine estates. We’ll happily provide recommendations for restaurants, wine tours and other activities.
The historic town of Paarl boasts the Taal Monument, the iconic Paarl Rock or a drive down the longest main road in South Africa – 11km in total. Visit the Spice Route, Fairview or the residents of Manor House Alpacas. A host of restaurants and award winning wine cellars allow for a relaxing visit and provides an opportunity to explore the local lifestyle.
The second oldest town in South Africa – Stellenbosch – is a renowned tourist destination and the perfect destination for exploring the Cape Winelands.
Cape Town is only 35 minutes away and has consistently been recognised as one of the best tourist attractions in the world. Pearl Valley’s Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course is perfectly located to enjoy the best on offer in this picturesque corner of South Africa.