Rondekuil  Verified Listing

Northern Suburbs Cape Town Durbanville Cape Town Western Cape South Africa

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TV
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Swimming Pool
DVD
Cleaning service
Braai/BBQ Area
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Restaurant

Rondekuil Estates has village-like environment, where there are plenty of healthy outdoor spaces to relax, take walks and exercise. It is a mere 10 minutes pleasant drive from Durbanville and only 35 to 40 minutes’ drive from Cape Town and 38 minutes from the Cape Town International Airport.

The scenic road to Rondekuil offers beautiful views of Table Mountain and the Boland Mountain range. Nestled in the shadow of Koeberg Mountain, Rondekuil delights with unique, comfortable accommodation and the flexibility of self-catering or bed and breakfast accommodation.

Perfectly located, Rondekuil provides value for money self-catering and B&B accommodation options, from where you can discover the Winelands, Peninsula, Metropolis and West Coast. All within easy reach of Rondekuil Estates and just waiting to be explored.

Experience the peace and tranquility of Rondekuil Estates.

The ideal spot for a getaway!

In Room Facilities:

*Wi-Fi
*Hair dryer
*Valuables safe
*TV
*Tea & coffee provided
*Food preparation facilities
*Refrigerator

Area Information:

Durbanville was founded in the early 19th century around a freshwater spring and was primarily a watering station for travelers between Cape Town and the interior. Durbanville was originally known as Pampoenkraal (from the Afrikaans words pampoen meaning pumpkin, and kraal meaning corral – an enclosure for livestock). In 1825 a group of local farmers requested permission from Lord Charles Somerset (governor of the Cape Colony at that time) to build their own church. The Dutch Reformed Church was commenced in 1825 and inaugurated a year later on 6 August 1826. A small village grew between the church and the outspan (overnight stop). During 1836 the inhabitants of Pampoenkraal petitioned the Governor of the Cape Colony, Sir Benjamin d’Urban, for permission to rename the village D’Urban in his honour. Permission was duly granted and the new name persisted until 1886 when it was renamed to Durbanville in order to avoid confusion with Durban – a major port city in the east of South Africa.

Property Facilities:

*Swim and relax around a pool.
* Safe walks with lovely countryside and mountain views.
* Jogging or riding bicycles along farm roads passing wheat fields, vineyards, and dairy farms.
*Bird watching at Rondekuil can be exceedingly rewarding - see the listing of birds, which have been observed on the farm.
*Heal skin ailments and eliminate skin blemishes using a plant called "bulbinella", which grows prolifically on Rondekuil.
*Join Ecoventures on a "retreat" on Rondekuil.

Attractions:

*Durbanville Nature Reserve : Lovely picnic area, amongst the unique fynbos.
*Onze Molen (a restored mill).
*King’s Court (a 1905 residential building).

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Property Type Holiday Home
Conditions Show
Cancellation Policy Strict
Can Be Used For Film Location, Still Shoots, Wedding
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Durbanville Reviews

Elina
10 January 2020

The scenery. Our location was also convenient as it was close to Tyger Valley shopping center and other places in the centre of Cape Town.

Superb. 5 out of 5
Ashley Godfrey
22 March 2019

Leopard. Kitchen

Fabulous. 4 out of 5
Anonymous
21 September 2018

Hiking venues in Durbanville as well as the wine route.

Fabulous. 4 out of 5