Raptor Rise - Tulbagh

Self-catering accommodation

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FARMSTEAD SUITES (No’s 1-5)

Below the main farm house a large shed and disused stables have been completely rebuilt to house a 2-bedroomed apartment, 4 en-suite double rooms, reception office, conference venue, gym room and laundry.

Double room (1-3)

Double room (1-3)

Description What was previously stables have been cleverly converted into 3 air-conditioned, self-catering en-suite king/twin rooms, carefully designed to ensure optimum comfort in a compact space. Each has its own patio and a small Weber braai as well as access to the communal pool for lovers of outdoor living. The kitchenettes are suitable for light catering only and full DSTV is available in the conference room/lounge which is available to all our guests.

2-Sleeper flat (4)

2-Sleeper flat (4)

Description The last ex-stable in the row was also the feed room and thus had a bit more ‘elbow room’, enabling conversion into a larger self-catering air-conditioned suite with a queen-size extra-length bed and en-suite bathroom featuring both a shower & bath, kitchenette and covered patio with a small Weber braai.

Family unit (5)

Family unit (5)

Description Offering two king/twin bedrooms, both en suite, with an additional sleeper couch in the lounge, the family apartment has a clean, modern feel. A full kitchen and open plan lounge with fold-out doors open onto a spacious north-facing patio with expansive mountain views. This lovely apartment also features air-conditioning, DSTV, a Weber braai and use of the communal pool.


SOUTH WING SUITES (No’s 6 -9)

The recently renovated main home on the farm can accommodate an additional 8 - 12 people in 4 self-contained self-catering suites in its south wing. These have been designed to be accessed from the exterior, giving each its own entrance off a private patio with unique views down the valley.  All the rooms have all been delightfully decorated, using revamped period (ball & claw/Queen Anne-style) furniture, and feature compact kitchenettes as well as braai facilities. Units 7 and 8 can either be totally private or, for your convenience, linked to form a family unit.



Queen suite (6)

Queen suite (6)

Description This gorgeous open-plan suite features a queen-size extra-length bed, en-suite bathroom with shower only as well as a lounge area with an additional sleeper couch.

King suite (7)

King suite (7)

Description Suitable for a monarch, this suite offers a king/twin bed facility and the luxurious en-suite bathroom has both shower and bath options.

Junior Suite (8)

Junior Suite (8)

Description This slightly smaller, yet very comfortable suite offers king/twin bed options with a shower-only en-suite bathroom.

Penthouse suite (9)

Penthouse suite (9)

Description Spoil yourself by luxuriating in a king size bed while gazing out upon the glories of the Tulbagh valley, or enjoying the sunset from your private balcony whilst sipping a glass of 'bubbly' from one of the excellent neighbouring wine estates… This commanding eyrie also features a large walk-in shower in its en-suite bathroom, a kitchenette and an additional sleeper couch.


COTTAGE

Privately positioned at the foot of the farm, this charming ‘cottage’ accommodates up to 8 guests in two double en-suite rooms plus a loft, which sleeps 4 in single beds with en-suite bathroom and a 'loo with a view'. A fully fitted kitchen plus lounge/dining area with log fireplace and TV are provided.  A large covered patio with a Weber braai overlooks a sparkling private pool, beyond which shimmers a panoramic view of the three majestic mountain ranges which enclose the Tulbagh Valley.  


Please note:

·     The kitchenettes in suites 1 – 3 and 6 – 8 are suitable for light catering only.  

·      Units 1 - 9 are all air-conditioned and also have access to the communal swimming pool in front of the conference room.

·      All suites are equipped with Weber braai facilities, but the use of charcoal is mandatory and (due to serious fire hazard during the summer months) extreme caution must be exercised.