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The quirky, fake lighthouse on this exceptionally well-priced hotel’s exterior is a sign of what’s inside: a range of fun, funky, bright rooms and friendly service. Rooms have a kitchenette and some have balconies...
There are six individually decorated rooms in this 200-year-old house with a gorgeous garden and a refreshing pool. It's within walking distance of the church, museum and a handful of restaurants.
This stylish suburban hostel is a quieter budget alternative, away from the town centre. The recreation area has satellite TV and a pool table and there's a nice swimming pool in the garden.
Built on a rocky headland with breathtaking vistas, this five-star place is pure decadence, with fantastic rooms, a spa and a top-class restaurant (mains R120 to R150).
A superluxurious hotel set in a Cape Dutch manor house, offering wonderful mountain views, a heated swimming pool and the award-winning Bosman’s Restaurant . It's a short walk to Paarl's main road.
A comfortable country-style hotel with a variety of rooms, including some with self-catering facilities and others with four-poster beds...
Under new ownership and having undergone major renovations, this modern boutique guesthouse is better than ever. The sumptuously decorated rooms have underfloor heating and sweeping views to the mountains...
Rooms are tastefully decorated at this stylish hotel. It has an inviting, heated pool and is moments away from shopping and eating options at the Waterfront. You’ll want a lagoon-facing room.
Some of the bright, modern rooms have kitchenettes and all have a balcony or terrace. It's a delightful seaside hotel and the ocean views from the infinity pool are phenomenal.
Centrally located, this old house has comfortable, well-appointed rooms, some with balconies. The larger garden rooms are quieter, being off the main road.
This modern hotel in the centre of town has sizeable, plain rooms. The sagging mattresses and lack of service mean it’s not quite value for money.
Part of the Protea chain, this is a classy hotel set in the old post office building. Its restaurant, Café Gannet , has a large seafood, meat and pizza menu.
This opulent place consists of a 300-year-old manor house and winery set in grassy grounds with awesome mountain views. One suite even has a private pool.
A traditional and sumptuously decorated guest house, Yellowwood boasts a lovely garden setting and views of the lagoon. See if you can grab the one room with air-con.
Still with its locomotive theme, this hotel has been refurbished and is much improved. It now has decent-sized rooms, set around a leafy pool area. There’s disabled access.
Set around a leafy courtyard and pool, the guest rooms at this fabulous hotel are very large with fireplaces, huge beds and stylish decor...
Along with the winery of the same name, this boutique hotel and restaurant were bought by Richard Branson in 2014. As you would expect, it offers gilt-edged luxury as well as magnificent views across the valley.
Rooms, all with private entrance, in this 1905 ‘Feather Palace’ have bags of charm. Try to stay in the house rather than the garden cottages. There are a couple of pools and a beautiful outdoor braai and bar area.
A tremendously peaceful place to stay, with luxury cottages around an immaculate lawn, some with lagoon views...
Take a swim with a mountain view. This Cape- country inn has 10 cosy rooms and an excellent restaurant (mains R80 to R135) serving Cape Malay dishes and wood-fired pizzas.
The funky Afro-chic decor makes this contemporary-styled guest house a charming place to stay.
Good rooms, some with air-con and TV. There’s also a family room (R350 per person) in the attic. The hosts are friendly and travellers love the breakfasts taken in the conservatory.
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