FEATURED ACCOMMODATION IN PAARL

Paarl Accommodation

Grande Roche Hotel

Hotel in Paarl

Grande Roche is a celebrated international hotel, famous for its exquisite location in the heart of the beautiful Cape Winelands as well as for its luxurious, cosmopolitan accommodation, award-winning cuisine, and unrivalled service and hospitality.

 

R2500 p/p sharing
30 Guests


Paarl Accommodation

Alba House

Bed and Breakfast in Paarl

Alba House is a four star guest house / bed and breakfast in Paarl, the third oldest and largest town of the Cape Winelands Region in Western Cape, South Africa. This upmarket Paarl accommodation is close to golf courses, only 5 minutes from Paarl Golf Course, 10 minutes to Pearl Valley.

R460 p/p sharing
11 Guests


 

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Simply a 40-minute drive outside Cape Town, at the foot of the second-largest granite outcrop in the world, you’ll find an unexpected jewel: the scenic town of Paarl.

Paarl is a town to visit for all reasons:

Food for the soul
The balmy summers call for outside entertaining: a light but long lunch in the shade, glasses filled with chilled wine. During the rainy Cape winters everyone moves indoors and huddles around the fireplace with a glass of world-class red wine, produced right here in the Paarl Valley. 

At rest
The best way to experience the subtle pleasures of the Paarl Valley is to stay over for a night or two. There is ample accommodation in town and on farms, including campsites, homestays, B&Bs, quaint boutique hotels and five-star hotels.

Down memory lane
A trip down the 12-km long Main Road, the longest in the country, is a trip down memory lane. The buildings lining Main Road present a mosaic of the most superb examples of Cape Dutch, Victorian, Edwardian and Art Deco architecture.

Giants of Paarl
The arboreal giants of Paarl – mainly oaks donated by Simon van der Stel, Governor of the Cape of Good Hope colony – provide shade on hot summer days. On the bank of the Berg River is an arboretum that boasts some 4 000 trees representing about 700 indigenous and exotic species. 

Scenic splendour
The scenic beauty of the Paarl Valley compels visitors to get in the car and drive along the many scenic routes in the valley and along the surrounding mountains. The richness in fauna and flora even attracted the attention of Charles Darwin, father of the theory of evolution, when he visited Paarl in 1836. 

For the adventurous at heart
Explore the Paarl Valley from a different angle, either on horseback along the foothills of the mountains or through vineyards, or from a hot-air balloon in the early morning or on any of the wide variety of hiking trails and bike routes to choose from. 

For the family
Keep the children entertained by paying a visit to some of the interesting attractions in and around town such as the crocodile farm, snake park or glass-blowing studio. Mom and dad can savour the world-class wines on the wine route and visit the oldest existing cooperage in the country. 

A rich history
Paarl proudly bears the title of the third-oldest town in South Africa. Standing tall on Paarl Mountain and celebrating the birth of Afrikaans is the Afrikaans Language Monument and just outside Paarl is Drakenstein Prison, where Nelson Mandela spent his last years of captivity and started his walk to freedom.

We look forward to welcoming you to our valley.