Absolute Bosch combines comfort, location and charm. This ideally positioned luxury apartment has everything you will need to make your Stellenbosch adventure memorable and hassle free.
King-sized bed with electric blanket (for winter months). Lounge with sofa and Flatscreen TV with DStv package. Dining area with tables and chairs - welcoming bottle of wine included. Fully Equipped Kitchen with Stove, Oven, Fridge, Microwave, Cutlery & Crockery. Kettle with tea & coffee provided. Washing Machine & Tumble Dryer. Bathroom with Shower and free toiletries. Walk-in Cupboard. Hairdryer. Free secure parking behind gates.
Absolute Bosch is only 100m from Dorp Street, which makes it not only the easiest way to reach central Stellenbosch, but also one of the most beautiful. The apartment is also a hub for accessing all the surrounding areas (incl. N1 & N2), which will make your life easier when navigating your schedule of attractions. After a long day of exploring this stunning area, it’s a great comfort to know you will be coming back to this restful apartment, which has all the comforts and amenities you could possibly require.
Stellenbosch is one of those towns that can cater for any type of personality. Whether you are a thrill seeker, or someone who simply wants to kick back and relax. No matter what type of person you are, get ready for an experience which will have you coming back for more. Art, wine, adventure sports, food...it is all here in abundance!
Taking a walk into central Stellenbosch along the famous Dorp Street is a window into the many cultures that have helped shape it’s unique and splendorous aesthetic.
Perhaps the easiest way to understand the depth of Stellenbosch’s various influences can be seen in the architecture. Nestled shoulder-to-shoulder along the oak tree lined streets, you will find some of the most stunning examples of Georgian, modern Victorian and Dutch architecture, in all of the Western Cape.
Stellenbosch was founded in 1679 and is well known as South Africa’s second oldest town. Simon van der Stel, who was the then governor of the Cape Colony, decided to name the area after himself. Stellenbosch translates as ‘Stel's Bush’.
There is just no denying the beautiful and richness of this stunning university town. It has a unique energy where the modern world melds seamlessly with the rich heritage of the past. Stellenbosch is undoubtedly one of the most celebrated destinations in all of the Western Cape.