As one of the oldest Cape Dutch farms, Babylonstoren welcomes you to the endless expanses of South Africa. Situated at the foot of the Simonsberg in a vineyard valley, it boasts a unique location. It is surrounded by a fruit and vegetable garden, which offers great botanical diversity - this can be seen not only during the morning walk, but also during lunch. Spend your stay at the hotel in farm building with style: elegant gables, whitewashed walls and crackling fireplaces give the house an inviting charm.


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    South Africa

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    from 295 € per person/night

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Surrounded by enchanting vineyards and majestic valleys, Babylonstoren offers exceptional views of the surrounding area. The exclusive accommodation was built in the Cape Dutch style and impresses with its spaciousness. The secluded houses and cottages act as peaceful retreats after eventful days in South Africa's wine region. Marble tiled floors, free-standing bathtubs and plenty of privacy characterise many of the accommodations. In addition to the Garden and Fynbos Cottages (with one or two bedrooms), there is a spacious Family Villa - enjoy time with your loved ones and unwind.
Babylonstoren Badezimmer mit Badewanne
Schlafzimmer der Cottages mit Blick in das Badezimmer
Außenansicht eines Gardencottages
Babylonstoren Studio Zimmer


The menus at Babylonstoren always vary according to what is currently growing in the hotel's own garden. Thanks to the farm-to-fork philosophy, seasonal dishes are served. The motto "Pick, Clean and Serve" is very important - and you can see this in the loving preparation. The chef conjures up delicious dishes on guests' plates that perfectly reflect the traditional cuisine of southern Africa and are based on the harvest calendar.
Babylonstoren Tasting Room mit Wein
Babylonstoren frische Farm Produkte


Babylonstoren awaits you in the centre of the triangle formed by the world-famous wine villages of Paarl, Franschhoek and Stellenbosch at the foot of the Simonsberg and Franschhoek mountains. Situated in a deep green wine valley, the destination not only delights wine connoisseurs, but also nature lovers. On a clear day, you can even see as far as Table Mountain from the mountains. According to TripAdvisor, the area around Franschhoek is one of the top 25 up-and-coming travel destinations in the world. It has one of the most memorable wine routes in the world.
Babylonstoren Farmübersicht
Fynbos Cottages hinter dem Farmsee
Babylonstoren Garten


Gourmets pay a visit to the Charmonix Wine Farm and savour fine wines from the vast wine regions of South Africa - an unforgettable experience for gourmets. The wine museum displays various artefacts relating to wine and the smells of rosemary and lavender waft out of the Scented Room. However, the heart of the Working Wine Farm is the garden: stroll through the garden, linger in one of the many hidden corners and let the smells and colours take effect on you. Go on a garden tour with the gardeners or learn more about the healing properties of various herbs in the Healing Garden. You can cycle past the vines to the lavender fields in the direction of Kopje. As you walk up the last few metres, a magical view opens up over the entire farm and beyond. Babylonstoren welcomes you with a fitness room with a view of the garden and various pool areas.
Babylonstoren Garten Spa
Babylonstoren Weinmuseum
Babylonstoren Shop im Scented Room
Babylonstoren Enten bei der Arbeit

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