Asara Wine Estate & Hotel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Stellenbosch
Tried to find the centre of Stellenbosch but failed miserably so onto our first wine tasting of the day at the Warwick vineyard. Margaret, our wine tasting guide lead us through the three whites and four reds. Good job Stephen only liked the first wine, a Sauvignon Blanc, of course. Nothing really took my fancy but I suspect they were complex wines …
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 ...
... the best part of the trip however was going on my very first Game Drive (apart from the safari at Animal Kingdom that is…) It was a lot better than I expected—we saw so many animals! Zebras, giraffes, lions, white lions, warthogs, wildebeests, springbok (similar to the deer and on South African coins), rhinos, elephants, and ostrich! We got so close to the lions as well---and saw a few of apparently only ...
... however, as fresh off a hike up table mountain, handling my sweaty shoe, would have given the waitress little pleasure.
We piled into the Sunway truck for the last time, heading back to our guest house where most of our group awaited transfers home. Not Nat and I however. We said our goodbyes to most, and grabbed out luggage to check into our new hotel in the Hyde, just around the corner from the Sweet Lemon Guest House. Margaret and ...
... Shiraz. If I only had to choose one, I would prefer the Creative Block 5. We enjoyed a bottle of wine after the tasting and were soon on our way to be pampered.
We enjoyed massages and additional relaxing spa treatments we found on the menu. South African prices are much more reasonable then that of Washington D.C. so we felt the need to take advantage and splurge quite a bit throughout our trip. Our services were top notch and we even booked ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Excellent restaurant and good customer service.
Enjoyed wine tasting, bedrooms luxurious with good views
Poolside area with recliners
Wifi in rooms
Don't recommend dining other than restaurant because this is in cigar lounge where smoking permitted while you eat and coffee tables not easy to use for dining
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.