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Bar Bar Black Sheep

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1 bedroom
2 bathrooms
3 guests
1 night minimum
Private Room
Bar Bar Black Sheep is an easy 60 minute drive North West from Cape Town on the N7. It was born when the rustic hillside house was remodelled. Bar Bar Black Sheep is a place where laid back calm is the order of the day, there is no hint of dont touch me fussiness here . Enjoy the charm of yesteryear in your renovated bedroom and the luxury of a modern bathroom. Relax the settings of a mature garden with wooden decks for quiet reflection. Enjoy sunsets and evenings on the veranda; relax in the comfortable lounge by the fireplace in winter. We offer double bedrooms with rich breakfast. There are independent entrances, private bedroom, lounge, firplace and bathroom. Wireless internet, air conditioning and a balcony are also available. Blue Kangausaru will be your non-formal professiona...Bar Bar Black Sheep is an easy 60 minute drive North West from Cape Town on the N7. It was born when the rustic hillside house was remodelled. Bar Bar Black Sheep is a place where laid back calm is the order of the day, there is no hint of dont touch me fussiness here . Enjoy the charm of yesteryear in your renovated bedroom and the luxury of a modern bathroom. Relax the settings of a mature garden with wooden decks for quiet reflection. Enjoy sunsets and evenings on the veranda; relax in the comfortable lounge by the fireplace in winter. We offer double bedrooms with rich breakfast. There are independent entrances, private bedroom, lounge, firplace and bathroom. Wireless internet, air conditioning and a balcony are also available. Blue Kangausaru will be your non-formal professional host. The Bar Bar Black Sheep restaurant is 5 minutes from the guesthouse and offers rustic, slow-cooked country fare with fresh seasonal locally sourced ingredients. The best in organic and home-grown goodness that the Swartland can offer. The wine is supplied by the Wine Kollective next door, specialising in excellent boutique and garagiste wines from the area. Why not relax and stay overnight in this enigmatic rural setting? Please book in advance to avoid disappointment. More
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Blue K
Languages spoken:English
Response Time:Within a few hours
Listed Since:February 2014
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Pets Allowed: Yes
Smoking Allowed: Yes
Kid Friendly: Yes
Suitable For Children Under 5
Porch
Towels Provided
Air Conditioning
Cable/satellite TV
Soap/Shampoo Provided
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Is this holiday rental renovated / up-to-date?YesNoUnsure
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About the neighbourhood
Riebeek Kasteel and its sister village Riebeek West bot lie on the slopes of Van Riebeeck’s Kasteel (Kasteelberg). The early settlers could not agree on the site for a church and this resulted in two churches being built and the establishment of two towns. Kasteelberg (946 m) is a mountain surrounded by the wheatlands of the Swartland in the middle reaches of the Berg River Valley. Corporal Pieter Cruythoff led an expedition to barter cattle from the Khoikhoi for the Dutch East India ships calling at the Cape. In 1661, Pieter Meerhoff, one of Cruythoff’s party climbed the mountain and named it ‘Riebeecks Casteel’ in honor of the Governor of the Cape, Jan van Riebeeck.
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