Majeka House

Address: 26 - 32 Houtkapper Street, Stellenbosch, Western Cape, 7600, South Africa | 5 star b&b
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This 5 star B&B, located on 26 - 32 Houtkapper Street, Stellenbosch, is near Featherbed Nature Reserve, Knysna Lagoon, Blaauwklippen, and Kleine Zalze.
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    Travel Blogs from Stellenbosch

    Biodynamism, Loire grapes and diamond dining!

    A travel blog entry by hadwin on Mar 10, 2015

    9 photos

    ... Biodynamic Chenin Blanc 2014

    From 44year old vines in a single vineyard, the oldest on the farm. Made in a similar way to the Sauvignon but aged on the lees for 12 months then a further three in stainless steel before bottling.

    Lemon yellow. A nose of ripe pears and minerality. Very subtle start to the palate with medium acidity. Vibrant pears with some citrus notes.

    4. Organic Red 2013

    From organic ...

    Overland adventure begins

    A travel blog entry by dawn8_21 on Jun 01, 2014

    1 photo

    ... for me when I leave! I realized that I was meant to bring my own sleeping bag but overlooked that small detail. We are stopping tomorrow morning at a mall to do the food shopping so I will have to buy a warm blanket. I don't think a sleeping bag would have fit in my luggage anyway so at least this way I can donate a relatively new blanket at the end of the trip. We were given the usual safety and precautions talk and we were reminded that this would be a ...

    Wine Tasting: It Tastes Good

    A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on Mar 13, 2014

    6 comments, 36 photos

    ... a winery near our guesthouse to eat. Some kid came up to us during lunch and asked if we were American. When we confirmed that we were, she said that she could tell by our accent because her mother is from Atlanta and she often visits her aunts and uncles in Georgia. Her mother then came to "rescue" us from her daughter, and we ended up having a wonderful conversation about South Carolina and Georgia for a while. The mother had married ...

    Whales, a sore face and being a Zulu

    A travel blog entry by laureneden on Nov 13, 2013

    26 photos

    ... caller who stands on the cliff with cowboy clothes on and a board saying "hermanus whale caller". He doesn't actually call them but when he sees them he blows on this medieval looking horn which is cool. I wonder who pays him, like is it a council job? I can imagine it now "whale caller wanted. Minimum 5 years whale calling experience needed. Ability to wear cowboy clothes and blow large horn". I really appreciated the nhs when I had to pay to go the doctors here. ...


    A travel blog entry by callent on May 20, 2013

    ... pack up the kitchen. We bagged up a lot of our left over food and gave it to Cecil and told him that if he would like it he can have it or if he wants to give it away to Lucas or a church that he can do that too. At around 7:30, most of us were done packing and just hanging out now. We woke Cecil up from his nap and all just talked and spent our last few hours together as a family. It was hard not thinking about what was about to happen. Cecil kept ...