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. Thoughtfully appointed with antiques and artwork, it has lots of character and makes for a very special stay. Surprisingly large and spacious, the house sleeps five, perfect for a family or two couples. Centrally located in historic Church Street with its shops, restaurants and museums.
Accommodation is self-catering, although breakfast in the grand dining room of The Cape Dutch Quarter’s Manor House is readily available.
Located just three doors up from the main house, this wonderful self-catering Tulbagh house will enchant all who set eyes on her. Built in 1798, and restored to its original glory in 1973, the house retains all of the beauty of Cape Dutch living in Tulbagh. The house has yellow-wood floors and ceilings, and boasts period antique furniture and art that creates an authentic atmosphere of old world magic.
This 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 DSTV. The fully equipped kitchen is ideal for those seeking self-catering accommodation in Tulbagh.
“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.