No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TripAdvisor Reviews Kleinbosch Lodge Stellenbosch
Travel Blogs from Stellenbosch
... on the nose. Crisp with high acidity. Rapier sharp, apples and pears on the palate with a hint of citrus peel on the finish.
2. Family Old Vine Chenin Blanc 2013 13.5%
Average 45 year old vines from three specific vineyards with both vertical hedge and bush vines. 30% wine fermented and matured in 300l old French oak, 70% in stainless steel. After nine months these are blended and left on the lees for a further ...
... apparently extremely dangerous. So before disembarking the ship we had to go through a security and safety briefing with a member of the US consulate in Cape Town. It was pretty scary...but I think to myself...a foreigner going into New York City for the first time probably is worried just as well as we are in their country. Of course I always keep my guard up and am cautious but other than that I was ready to get off the ship! Colby, Emily, Julianne and I got ...
... for a "wine tasting" and a wonderful buffet lunch. I tried an African dish called Bobiti which is a fine mixture of fruit, nuts etc, made into a cake type thing and then you put a condiment on like salsa or chutney. I was quite good, a little bit like fruitcake. Back on the bus we headed for Groot Schuur Hospital in Cape Town where we visited the museum of the first Heart Transplant performed by Dr. Chris Barnard. It was ...
It's hard to believe that we are already three weeks into our semester in South Africa. Though we are all well adjusted in to life here at Stellenbosch, we have observed a few differences about the people and places we see here. For example, we have come to notice that the most popular nights to go to a pub here in Stellenbosch is a Wednesday or Saturday night. This was perfect for Emmi's 22nd birthday as it fell on a Wednesday. Everyone in AIFS and new ...
... direction of escalators are the opposite of what we are used to in the US. However, people don't walk on one side of the sidewalk (if there is one), its whatever goes.