Located near Citrusdal, The Baths are situated on a citrus farm in the scenic Olifants River Valley and make a great weekend escape from Cape Town.
Blog posts: Weekend breaks
Weekends were made for travel. It doesn’t matter if it’s an affordable weekend break that’s just out of town or a weekend getaway to challenge the ordinary, the first step to a satisfying break is knowing where to go. Below are some of the best accommodation options to suit you, tried and tested by our weekend warriors.
If you dream of camping on the beach, playing bongoes beside the fire, lazing in a hammorck and floating in salty turquoise ocean, then get in your car and visit the West Coast. Langebaan and Paternoster will leave you wishing you didn’t to leave.
A full weekend of wine tasting and overall fun in the Robertson Winelands with the Robertson Seven.
This awesome walking trail wends its way along both coastal edges of the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve, allowing trekkers a halfway rest in charming overnight huts near Cape Point.
We fell in love with Prince Albert after exploring the dorp, visiting its farms, tasting cheeses at its award-winning dairy, and eating in the fabulously eccentric Karoo Kombuis.
Nestled away in the north-eastern corner at the back of the greater Western Cape’s magnificent valley of wines lies the picturesque yet productive little town of Tulbagh.
On day one of our assignment in Prince Albert, Christie Fynn and I took the scenic route through the Karoo on the famous Route 62, stopping at every single farmstall along the way.
A sensory journey through the Klein Karoo: from rocky passes to remote wine farms.
I was meant to train my wine tasting palate on a day spent drinking my way through Cape Town’s winelands but I ended up getting drunk. Did enjoy the wines though.
Paternoster is a special, charming retreat and a place for peace and tranquility.