Perched gracefully on the slopes of the iconic Paarl Rock in the heart of the Paarl valley, Grande Roche is a five-star luxury hotel surrounded at 360 degrees by panoramas that will leave even the most jaded international traveller awestruck. The manor house, an excellent example of Cape Dutch architecture, was built in 1707 by the Bosman family and lies at the heart of this working wine farm. All the outbuildings – such as stables, tackrooms, a granary and cellar – have been sensitively converted into 35 suites, studios and terrace cottages.
The hotel is also home to the award-winning Bosman’s restaurant, where Michelin-trained Austrian chef, Roland Gorgosilich, conjures exquisite plates.
If you’d like to stay for the night, Grande Roche is offering an excellent winter special: a night’s stay at this superb hotel, including a welcome drink (or tea) on arrival with a platter of freshly baked goods, a three-course dinner at the award-winning Bosman’s
restaurant, and a wonderful breakfast – all for just R 1 175 per person sharing per night.