Blaauwklippen Family Market

Blaauwklippen Family Market

The perfect Sunday outing for the whole family.

Situated on the R44 between Stellenbosch and Somerset West, the Blaauwklippen Family Market is a wonderfully relaxing way to spend your Sunday. The small producer’s section, situated in an old farm building, is a great place to stock up on charcuterie, olives, cheese and freshly baked breads, while there are plenty of craft, fashion, jewellery and lifestyle stalls outdoors – as well as more food stalls.

Unlike some farmer’s markets where seating is limited, Blaauwklippen offers more than enough space to sit and enjoy your market buys. There are long rows of tables in the shade under the trees, as well as a large grassy spot, where you can lay out a picnic blanket and eat your lunch, while enjoying a bottle of Blaauwklippen wine to the strains of live music.

The children’s entertainment includes pony rides, friendly goats to pet and feed and a jungle gym. Please note: no BYO picnics are allowed.

 

When

Sundays, Sunday, 10am – 3pm

Cost

Free

Contact

084 608 6325
marketarchitect1@gmail.com

Disclaimer:

The Inside Guide has made every effort to ensure that the information in this post was correct at the time of publication. However, we do not assume any liability caused by errors, such as price, cost, time, and location.

Time of publication: 01 October 2016

2 Responses to “Blaauwklippen Family Market”

  1. Lizette

    Hi
    I bought a handbag from Moses Leather on sunday, and was wondering if you might have a phone number for him as I want to change mine for a bigger one.

    Thank you, Lizette

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  2. Fran Jackson

    The service at the bistro is however hitrocious. 2 regrets, first is going there and enduring the hitrocious service and the second I should not of left a tip. Got an order for 1 cappuccino and 1 red cap wrong, ordered Lemonade that never came, got given the 6course menu only wasn’t told you can order of a board. The coffees took forever, asked for tomato sauce twice, had to go fetch sugar for the coffee ourselves, no greetings at the door or when we paid. Such an unpleasant expierces in a place with such potential. Had lovely things to buy but no way we giving them any more business for the poor services.

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