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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Outdoor pool
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We are the only guests – and we will be the only guests all night. This is where we meet Sensei. He is the chef, a true Sensei, having studied in Japan, evolving to becoming a chef. He has the entire night to dedicate exclusively to us. We browse his menu and decide to entrust our evening to him. We tell him to plan the meal for us; we are entirely in his care. We tell him we love avo and salmon and leave him to it. ...
... bought some cheeses and pretzel bread for our evening snack. The White Rock cheese (like apricot cheesecake) is divine! We met a wonderful wine expert, Annamarie, who treated us wonderfully and even snuck us into the cellars with another group for a quick tour. After our tastings, we visited a glass blowing studio located at the Spice Route wine farm next to Fairview (newly owned by Fairview) to ooohh and aaahh at the beautiful glass works ...
... 8221; to the StumbledInn where we spent the night. Stellenbosch is considered the “wine capital” in the Cape Winelands and produces award-wining Saviougn Blanc. Interestingly enough wine here was cheaper than bottled water…Our night out in Stellenbosch consisted of an authentic German/Dutch influenced dinner, wine, and two different bars. We awoke to clear skies, sun, and fresh country ...