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Melkboomsdrift Guest House is situated in the heart of the Olifants River valley, between Vredendal and Lutzville, this working wine farm with a restored farmhouse, circa 1820, is an ideal stop-over between Cape Town and Namibia on the N7, with the West Coast 20 minutes away for whale spotting.
Quaint rooms have private entrances and bar fridges. Delicious farm breakfasts, with dinner and picnic baskets on request. Self-catering option. Relax at the pool overlooking the river and vineyards. Cruise up-river for birding or the seasonal wild flowers. Credit cards. Children welcome.
The Guesthouse is located on the fertile banks of the Olifants River, on the famous South African WEST COAST. This gem of South Africa's WEST COAST, has everything and more to offer the battle-weary businessman or adventurous tourist.
On your arrival at Melkboomsdrift, you will be received by the friendly personnel and your hostess and owner, Hilsa Van Heerden who will gladly treat you to a private wine tasting on this beautiful working wine farm.
The Main House
The historic building (c1820) which houses the beautifully restored suites, achieved monument status in 1992 when Hilsa lovingly began the laborious task of restoration on the then run down and dilapidated building.
Today the Guesthouse proudly boasts seven fully serviced double en-suite rooms and four self-catering units for those who prefer it.
There are a total of 13 en-suite garden suites and 4 of those suite can be self-catering suites aswell, each with a unique name, to choose from. The units are able to accommodate from 1 to 5 people.
Outstanding conference facilities are able to accommodate up to 20 delegates in air conditioned luxury with all necessary equipment available on request. Click here for more information on our conference facilities.