Karoo Poort Guesthouse
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Karoo Poort Guesthouse offers overnight accommodation in the picturesque town of Worcester, ideally placed as the gateway to the semi-desert landscape of the Karoo, allowing guests to discover what the Breede River Valley has to offer.
Accommodation is offered in 4 beautifully and individually decorated guest rooms, namely the Gamka, Ecca, Tankwa, and Dwyka. Each room contains a Smart TV with Netflix, a tea and coffee station, standing fan, desk and comfortable chairs. Free Wi-Fi internet access is provided.
Gamka our ‘honeymoon suite’ sleeps 2 in a stunning spacious room with a queen-size bed and is en-suite with a romantic bath. Dwyka sleeps 2 in a gorgeous spacious room with a queen-size bed and is en suite. Tankwa sleeps 2 in a cozy en suite room with a shower. You have the option of setting up the room as 2 single beds or a king-size bed according to your preference. Ecca our ’steampunk’ room sleeps 2 in a quirky decorated room. You have the option of setting up the room as 2 single beds or a king-size bed according to your preference. The room is not en suite but the bathroom is 5 steps from the room down the hall.
Kick off your shoes and relax in our stylish living room or find a cozy spot on our Karoo farm-style stoep when you stay with us.
Stay with us as your base when you explore the award winning wine farms or for the more adventurous wanting to mountain bike or hike on the trails on the farms surrounding Worcester and the Breede River valley.In Room Facilities:
* Queen-size beds and king-size or twin single beds
* Private bathroom
* Bathroom amenities
* Smart TV with Netflix
* Standing fan
* Tea and coffee station
* Comfortable chairs
* Free Wi-Fi internet access
The Karoo Poort Guesthouse is conveniently located along the R60 and just 2 km from the N1 in the heart of Worcester. Worcester is a town situated in the Cape Winelands of the Western Cape, 120 km from Cape Town. It lies in the Breede River Valley, between the rugged Du Toitskloof and Hex River mountains. The Worcester region accounts for about 20 percent of the country’s vineyards, making it one of South Africa's most important wine-producing areas. It is especially noted for its dry and semi-sweet white wines, dessert wines and brandy. The town is also a well-known education centre, and the Nuwe Hoop Centre for the Hearing Impaired, the Institute for the Blind and the Institute for the Deaf are located here. The Karoo National Botanic Garden, just north of the town, specializes in succulent plants indigenous to the Karoo region.Property Facilities:
* Guest lounge
* Dining area
* Braai facilities
* Patio with seating
* Secure parking
* Free Wi-Fi internet access
* Karoo Desert National Botanical Garden
* Golden Valley Casino
* Ceres Rail Company
* Worcester Museum
* Wine tasting
* Various restaurants
* Hiking trails
* Kleinplasie Open-Air Museum
|Property Type||Bed and Breakfast, Guest House|
|Check-in after||02:00 PM|
|Check-out before||10:00 AM|
|Cancellation Policy||Super Strict|
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There is a lot of favorites, the wine farms for wine tasting, the museum to visit. Lots of restaurants to pick from.
So green and luscious, with such stunning views!
Worcester is a friendly town that still exudes old world charm but also has delightful new places like the Daly Bread bakery. It has beautiful surroundings and one can't help but feel relaxed and rejuventated upon visiting. It is only an hour and a half from Cape Town. Well worth a visit!
Worcester has less traffic, surrounded by beautiful mountains. Fields all around creates a very sight-seeing view.