Berry Cottages + Apartments Wildebraam

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Berry Cottages + Apartments  Wildebraam
Youngberries, in season Nov/Dec
Tasting room: jams,pickles,chillies and liquors
Berry Verandah


S4 Hermitage

Price range - complete one of the options

R350 - R600
R500 - R800

About the establishment

General facilities & services
  • Air-conditioning
  • Braai
  • Child-friendly
  • Conference facilities
  • Credit cards accepted
  • Fireplace
  • Pet-friendly
  • Secure parking
  • Self-catering facilities
  • TV in rooms
Activities offered
  • Bird-watching
  • Hiking
Getting there/ what's nearby
  • Shopping nearby
  • Farm-stays
  • Heritage environment

Berry cottage + apartments on berry farm, Swellendam, offering fully equipped self-catering units situated close to the mountain, tranquil country atmosphere 


Wildebraam Berry Estate offers several lovely farm units on a youngberry farm in Swellendam. Nestled in the Hermitage Valley, 2 km from Swellendam, all the units enjoy stunning views of the Langeberg Mountains and guests will revel in the tranquil country atmosphere. All units are fully equipped with towels and linen provided, ideal for families,  single travellers or a omantic getaway.

A minimum 2-night stay over weekends and in school holidays is preferred when booking the larger cottages. A minimum 3-night stay over long weekends is preferred.

Wildebraam is renowned for its liqueurs and deli range produced on site and all guests are welcome to join us for tastings in our cellar Monday to Saturday. In addition, Wildebraam has a conference/function venue which can host up to 64 people and both corporate and private functions are very popular.

Liqueur and deli tasting at Wildebraam Cellar, horse riding by own appointment with Two feathers riding school, birding, hiking in surrounds or in  Marloth Nature Reserve (1.5km), mountain biking and berry picking in season Nov- Dec.  A 9-hole golf course is 1.5km away and various sports clubs are in Swellendam.  Little ones and older ones will love Sulina’s Fairy Sanctuary and Swellendam also has several art galleries and local potters and artists. Well-worth visits could include the local Drostdy museum, Bontebok National Park, De Hoop Nature Reserve and Robertson wine route, just to mention a few.  There are also lovely day trips into the countryside including Barrydale, Montagu, Robertson, Malgas, and Arniston, but most of all, lots of relaxing. Wine tasting and country meandering are the order of the day.


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