Reception: 33 Van der Stel Road      +27 (0)79 051 2059   

Self Catering Units

Our centralised Cape Dutch Quarters reception is conveniently located in Tulbagh Main Road.

Our office incorporates a Tourist Information Office and Concierge Office which offers the following tours and services listed on this page


  • Breakfast is available on request for self catering guests. Served at the main house at 24, Church Street.
  • Dinner and subsistence vouchers available on request for corporate guests
  • Personal chef available for groups or even intimate dinners
  • Housekeeping, laundry and cleaning service available on request
  • Baby sitting services available
  • All our self catering properties have a TV and a satellite decoder to pick up local channels. For other channels, please bring your own decoder, remote and power cable to enjoy your favorite channels.
  • FREE WI-FI is available in all Church Street properties


  • Browse the shelves and help yourself to brochures and booklets about Tulbagh, the winelands and the Western Cape.
  • Large wall maps & posters of all sites, make planning your adventures a pleasure
  • Relax on a sofa, while paging through our library of travel guides and books on South Africa.
  • Our helpful staff is well advised to guide you with your travel and arrangements and bookings while visiting South Africa.



Many beautiful weddings take place in the original old Church at the head of historic Church Street. The church was built in the late 1700’s and takes up to 90 people, making for a very special and memorable day. From the church guests can ramble up historic Church Street to one of our reception venues.

Smaller weddings receptions (40) people can be held at Wittedrift Art Manor in Church Street.

Larger weddings can be accommodated in a marquee in Church Streets Community Garden.

Tour operators & Travel agents can inquire about our STO rates. We are able to accommodate up to 90 people in 43 rooms over ten properties in Church Street. Accommodation is comparable to a hotel, just spread out down a quiet historic street.


The Cape Dutch Quarters offers the following tours of Tulbagh and the surrounding valley
Bookings: Please contact reception.


Every Sunday at 11am R50 per person including the museum charges.


Join our local historian and heritage activist, Jayson Clark for a 90 minutes tour of historic Church street and explore some of the interiors of many of Tulbaghs heritage buildings and 19th centaury streetscape. The story tells the history of Tulbagh as an outpost of the Cape Colony, through the age of pioneers and colonists as well as the development of the Cape vernacular architectural style. Special attention is given to the earthquake and subsequent restoration of the 32 National Monuments and in the street.