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TravelPod Member ReviewsSpier Hotel Stellenbosch
We arrived this afternoon and walked the grounds. This is a very large estate and we are looking forward to more exploring -- especially the communing with eagles and owls attraction.
The rooms are large with high ceilings.
Very comfortable so far.
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Primarily a travel day. Flying out of a small airport in Kruger National Park non-stop to Cape Town. Will end the day checking into a hotel in Stellenbach -- WINE COUNTRY -- yea! Our flight was uneventful. We flew right out of Kruger which was convient. We went on bus to the Spier Hotel. This is very close to wine country. We walked the grounds …
... we made it the whole day without any accidents!
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