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The Cellars-Hohenort

The Cellars-Hohenort

Nearly ten acres of scenic natural gardens surround The Cellars-Hohenort, a premier hotel in South Africa’s historical Constantia Valley. Also known as “Cape Town’s Vineyard,” the valley is known for its breathtaking beauty where the slopes of Table Mountain rise nearby. The area is world-renowned for its exquisite natural splendor, diverse culture, exceptional cuisine, and fine wines.

Three award-winning dining experiences await guests of The Cellars-Hohenort, each overseen by the famous chef Peter Tempelhoff. Choose from The Greenhouse, with specialties that infuse South African ingredients with a modern twist, The Conservatory, with simple, beautiful fare (including hotel owner Liz McGrath’s personal favorites), and The Cape Malay Kitchen Sessions, featuring an interactive evening showcasing Cape Town’s unique culture through its food.

Individually decorated rooms and suites are a signature at The Cellars-Hohenort. With 49 of them in all, the hotel offers something for everyone. Each room offers a welcome bottle of wine, en-suite bathroom, beautiful garden views (some with balconies), bathroom amenities, morning delivery of fresh tea and coffee, Wi-Fi, complimentary newspaper, and more. For the most discerning traveler, the private Madiba Villa impresses with its own courtyard, swimming pool, private entrance, open-plan sitting and dining room, fireplace, built-in bar, and three double en-suite bedrooms.

Only fifteen minutes from Cape Town, The Cellars-Hohenort is a natural destination for guests desiring the best of country living close to city life. As the African continents most popular tourist destination, Cape Town offers diverse activities for every type of lifestyle. The city’s most notable and most visited attraction is the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront. Built on top of a portion of the docks at the port of Cape Town, it continues to function as a working dock, and visitors can watch ships come and go. The V&A, as it is locally known, boasts hundreds of shops and is a departing point for ferries to Hout Bay, Simon’s Town, the Cape Fur Seal colony, and Robben Island. An extensive transport system takes guests to other exciting venues and cultural attractions such as Artscape Theatre Centre, Cape Winelands, and Cape Town Stadium.

Explore the natural beauty of the surrounding countryside as you venture to Cape Point, Robben Island (location of the Nelson Mandela Gateway), Table Mountain, Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, the Constantia Valley Wine Route, and the famous beaches of Boulders and Camps Bay.

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