For those who appreciate beautiful things, this delightful Cape Dutch house, built in the 1790’s is in pristine original condition with yellow wood floors and ceilings throughout.. Surprisingly large and spacious, the house sleeps four with an additional two in the garden cottage. The house has top design finishes which will appeal to the connoisseur of beautiful things and sleek style. The antique house may have lots of character, but there is nothing rustic about it. The large eat in kitchen has sofas and a modern internal combustion oven in the kaggel. Perfect for a larger family or groups of friends. Centrally located in historic Church Street with its shops, restaurants and museums.
All rooms are ensuite, with air conditioners, paddle fans and WIFI
Accommodation is self-catering, although breakfast in the grand dining room of The Cape Dutch Quarter’s Manor House is readily available on request.
This luxury self-catering house has a sunny veranda on Tulbagh’s Church Street leading into a large dining room and on to a large sitting room with TV for android internet TV. The fully equipped kitchen is ideal for those seeking self-catering accommodation in Tulbagh.
The house opens up to two private courtyards, one with a braai, lapa and garden and the other a sunny cobbled space with splash pool. Enjoy a braai or a romantic dinner outside on sultry Tulbagh evenings. The pool at the main house may also be used by guests at Pijnappel House.
“Lovely Cape Dutch accommodation in the center of Tulbagh”
Highly recommended – we stayed in an old part of the Cape Dutch Quarter which was beautifully appointed and very private and had a lovely weekend in Tulbagh. I should add that the CDQ also has a most impressive collection of antiques which are found throughout the establishment – it’s awesome.
We stayed in Yellow Wood – Beautiful Cape Dutch house with old wood furniture perfectly depicting an era far gone. A special piece of history to show and have your kids experience as well. Even though Church street itself is part of Tulbagh, it is so far removed from the rest of the town due to the enchanting atmosphere that prevails. Certainly a not to be missed walk down the past.
We had a girls’ trip to Tulbagh and the stay at Cape Dutch Quarters’ Yellow Wood House was absolutely amazing. Everything was to our liking and very friendly welcoming staff. We definitely will be back!