The Heidelberger Self-catering Suite
Heidelberg is nestled between the Langeberg Mountains and the Indian Ocean along the Duivenhoks River in the Western Cape. The Doornboom Homestead was built in 1728. The town was established in 1855 around the majestic Dutch Reformed Church. Go on a Historical Walking Route to view historical landmarks. In the area are many trails and day drives for nature lovers. Nearby are the World Heritage sites of Grootvadersbosch Nature Reserve and Boosmansbos Wilderness Area. Grootvadersbosch has various mountain bike trails. Day drives to Tradouw and Garcia Pass are recommended. The Bontebok National Park and Heidelberg Bird Route are excellent for bird lovers. The coastal town of Witsand, about 40km away, is a well known whale watching site. The pont across the Breede River at Malgas is not to be missed. The Heidelberger Self-catering Guest Suite is situated in the quaint little heritage town of Heidelberg in the Western Cape. It is approximately one kilometre from the N2 Highway. The Guest Suite comprises a Couple Room and a Family Room. The accommodation is about 40 metres from the road adjacent to a canal with lots of guinea fowl roaming there. The Guest Suite is fully-equipped for all your self-catering needs. A small library and games are available for you to browse at your leisure. A cot is provided to accommodate an infant. Braai facility with outdoor furniture is also available. A laundry service is provided upon request, for a small charge. Each Room has a full-size fridge and freezer, fan, heater, hairdryer, blankets and hangers. The Couple Room has a queen-size bed, dressing table and valet stand and the Family Room has a double bed and double bunk. The bathroom has a shower and bath with soap, shampoo and foam bath. The kitchen includes a microwave, kettle, toaster and coffee machine. Teas and coffees are also provided. Attractions to visit are: Star Nation Art Gallery, Bright Yellow Antiques, Blue Crane and Skeerhok Farm Stalls, Delish Restaurant & Wine Shop, Heidelberg Nursery, Die Rooi Pot Coffee Shop, Golf Course and Bowling Club.