Babylonstoren accommodation is in Cape Dutch style cottages located adjacent to the well-groomed gardens of this farm hotel in the Cape Winelands.
Babylonstoren Farm Hotel in the Cape Winelands has luxurious accommodation in eco Cape Dutch suites. The architecture of Babylonstoren is heavily influenced by the 17th and 18th Century Cape Colony.
The outer walls of this farm hotel are whitewashed, features ornate gables and finished with thatched roofs. The Babylonstoren suites are located adjacent the lush gardens and gives guests stunning views of the Drakenstein Valley.
- Farmhouse - 9 one-bedroom suites. The loft offers beautiful accommodation for honeymooners.
- Garden Cottages - 6 one-bedroom suites, 3 one-bedroom cottages, 4 two-bedroom cottages. Set adjacent to a 3,5 hectare cultivated fruit and vegetable garden, the cottages are characterised by thick whitewashed walls, elegant gables and hearty fireplaces that emulate an authentic farm stay experience.
- Fynbos Cottages - 2 one-bedroom cottages, 4 two-bedroom cottages. The Fynbos Cottages adjoin vineyards and orchards and share a swimming pool, lounge and bar area.
- Manor House - 5 bedrooms for up to 10 guests sharing (ideal for families). Exclusive use Cape Dutch Manor house dating back to 1777.