De Molen Guest House

 
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De Molen Guest House offers luxury accommodation on a peaceful country estate with a tranquil and secure setting. It lies on the slopes of the Helderberg Mountain with sweeping views of the sea, monutains and vineyards.

Dutch owners Joris & Christy Christiaans, put grat effort into making you feel at home. De Molen Guest House is the perfect base to explore the countless attractions that the Western Cape has to offer. Our absolute stunning venue will be a highlight on itself.

Whilst De Molen Guest House offers a wealth of modern comforts, it retains its old world charm and character. Each of the 11 rooms and 3 cottages is individually decorated and has been designed to retain the original architectural style with teak framed windows, authentic beamed ceilings and a gabled roof. And it’s luxurious too...

De Molen Guest House is located in the upmarket suburb of Spanish Farm, Somerset West on the border of Stellenbosch in the Western Cape wine area. It’s ideally situated on the slopes of the Helderberg Mountain with inspiring views of the town of Somerset West, False Bay, Hottentot Holland Mountains and the vineyards of Vergelegen and Lourensford. De Molen Guest House has a beautiful, well maintained 1.5 ha. garden and is just 10 minutes from the beach and 30 minutes from Cape Town and surrounded by golf courses and South Africa’s top restaurants.

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