The Witzenberg area, a mere hour and a half’s drive away from Cape Town, is nestled in the Cape Winelands and consists of five gems, namely Ceres, Tulbagh, Wolseley, Op-die-Berg and Prince Alfred’s Hamlet.


Ceres is surrounded by mountains and breath taking beautiful passes. Its tranquil atmosphere makes it the ideal place to unwind. During summer we experience blue skies and windless days while in winter we experience more sunny days than rainy ones which makes it the favourite all year round destination.

Tulbagh, a charming historic town with a wealth of Cape Dutch Architecture set in a beautiful landscape, is famous for its heritage and magnificent country living. Tranquility is the operative word in this place of tradition, scenic beauty and majestic mountain ranges. Church Street, home to 32 Provincial Monuments, constitutes the largest concentration of Provincial Monuments in one street in South Africa

Wolseley is situated on a natural watershed that divides the Berg River, which drains towards the West Coast and the Breede River, which drains towards the South-East. All kinds of farming such as fruit, vegetables, wine, organic wine, olives, wheat, dairy and cattle are present in the area.