40 Winks Accommodation

Address: 30 Quinan Road, Somerset West, Western Cape, 7130, South Africa | 3 star ranch
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Location

This 3 star ranch, located on 30 Quinan Road, Somerset West, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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TripAdvisor Reviews 40 Winks Accommodation Somerset West

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Somerset West

Getting the Big Picture

A travel blog entry by ethenmannix on Aug 16, 2014

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This morning after eating a freshly prepared yoghurt and berry breakfast I set out to experience the Springbok Rugby Museum. The tour was amazing, I learnt about the Springbok Rugby team's best victories and worst defeats and also all there world cup and tri-nations wins. This museum is a must see attraction when visiting Cape Town and would be a perfect tour for a school group as ...

Table Mountain

A travel blog entry by sirnick on Apr 17, 2014

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... things were. Numerous intertwined pathways were lined by low rock walls. A drinking fountain was centrally located, although refilling water bottles from it took a little skill. A relatively large restaurant serving full meals and quick snacks was nearby in a stone building. And the views were fantastic in all directions.

We ate lunch at the hotel, and in the afternoon I paid a visit to the Two Oceans Aquarium. It seemed rather small ...

Day 13 Cape Town

A travel blog entry by roamed on Feb 24, 2014

... us off. He was quite insulted but then he gave us 10 rand back.

We went to the shopping mall near the waterfront. At first I thought it was a mistake since who wants to see a mall on vacation. But then we found some shops with handmade crafts. I bought an ebony elephant that was made by the seller. He was working on cougar made from tiger wood. I also bought some African mined and handmade malachite bangle bracelets. Then we went on the Cape Town Wheel. It was ...

Saying our goodbyes

A travel blog entry by a.omara on May 17, 2013

... consisted of ox tail, angle fish, antelope, springbok, lamb, and other exotic foods. We had live entertainment of African singers beating on the drums. We closed our meal with a reflection about our experiences there at South Africa. We compared the list of things we first perceived South Africa as and then debated if what we though is actually what SA has to offer, It was a great way to start winding down the end of the trip.
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A few days in

A travel blog entry by shorla on Apr 28, 2013

... me of a spaghetti western movie set, in that the fancy buildings would at some point just fall over and reveal that it was just a front and nothing more. The realisation eventually came when we left Stellenbosh to drive to the surfer town of Muizenberg. The townships between these two places stretched for miles and miles on end. It's a strange feeling to be in a country where you'll likely never be exposed to how the vast majority of ...