This unique property takes pride of place as the Cape’s oldest registered farm, granted by governor Simon van der Stel to the feisty Catharina Ras in 1682. What started off as a cabbage farm all those years ago, now boasts an award-winning winery and an 18-hole championship golf course.
ACCESS & LOCATION:
The hotel is located in the Constantia region, cradled by the Table Mountain range. This ensures that you are within 20 minutes of Cape Town city centre and within easy reach of all the city’s main attractions. If you grow tired of Constantia’s wines, the Winelands region is less than an hour away and is easily accessible.
ACCOMMODATION & FACILITIES:
The selection of luxurious accommodation includes just 21 en-suite rooms and 3 Heritage Villas, which are perfect for families. The décor is designed to offer a gracious combination of old-world charm and modern conveniences, in keeping with the rich history.
When you are not out and about, Steenberg Hotel has two restaurants to choose from – Bistro 1682, which offers an informal tapas-style menu, and Catharina’s, with its more formal dining experience. Explore the estate on foot or meander through the vineyards by bicycle. The spa is extensive and offers the ultimate pampering experience for those with the time.