Boutique glamping tents in the Winelands of the award-winning Doolhof Wine Estate

Admire mountain views while staying in a fully furnished tent suitable for both the young and the mature. The 6 self-catering boutique glamping tents, each created by local upskilled youth from impoverished backgrounds, are surrounded by the perfect backdrop of vineyards, mountain views and the peaceful Kromme River. Guests can take it easy in an outdoor wood-fired hot tub neighbouring their tent, listening to birdsong, relaxing under the stars, or with a spa treatment inside. After exploring the wine estate with a vineyard hike or a river walk along the Kromme River, spoil yourself at the tasting room that serves Doolhof’s award-winning wines.

Stay Location

Facilities

 4.1
Sustainability Rating
Environmental Impact
3.8
Economic Impact
4.4
Socio-cultural Impact
4.2

Best time to go to Cape Winelands

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The best time to visit the serene Cape Winelands is just before and just after winter (March to May and September to November). This is before and after the rainy season, meaning the weather will be pleasant and warm, but not scorching, and days will feel like they go on and on with late picturesque sunsets. Surroundings will be stunningly green and pair beautifully with a glass of wine in hand.

Rooms

Tent

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5
The custom-made tents, sleeping 5 adults, are fully furnished and equipped with a private kitchen, lounge, en-suite bathroom with shower, 2 bedrooms with queen-size beds and a single bunk bed, a fireplace, air-conditioning and a wooden deck. There is an outdoor wood-fired hot tub next to each tent.

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