Located on a working wine farm just one hour’s drive from Cape Town, Opstal Stay is your perfect escape inland of the Boland Mountains.
Explore chic country-style hospitality in a tucked-away corner of the beautiful Cape Winelands… a place you’ll want to tell everyone about (or perhaps a secret you’ll want to keep).
Known for all things Chenin, Opstal Wine Estate, situated in the picturesque Slanghoek Valley close to the quaint town of Rawsonville, has added a luxury accommodation experience to its already enviable suite of deliciously delightful offerings.
Opstal Stay features five contemporary and supremely comfortable freestanding units, tastefully developed by the entire Louw family with the help of good friend Niel Bosch and many others.
Attie Louw, seventh-generation winemaker and operator, together with brother Zak, proudly states, “Opstal Stay came to life in 2019 after years of dreaming, planning and working. We set out to create a smart but homey farm environment with the best view in the Cape! Our accommodation is luxurious, featuring clever design details but ultimately offering comfort and relaxation in a place that’s really special.”
“Opstal was established in 1847, so we have a tremendous but proud responsibility to retain the legacy of this farm and its important role in the local community in terms of job creation, skills development, and the end of the day, the basic joy we derive from showing visitors what we’re so proud of when it comes to not only our wines but the experience we offer to encapsulate others in our world although sometimes for only a brief period of time.
“We’ve kept our heritage front and centre, with each of the units named to honour those personalities that make up our rich and colourful history.”
Opstal also features a popular restaurant, a well-proportioned wine tasting as well as a stunning wedding venue, and the Slanghoek Valley abounds with breathtaking views of vineyards, fynbos and mountains. And the Opstal farm features some of the best panoramic perspectives of it all.
Both discerning travellers and families with children will appreciate the peace and quiet of Opstal’s self-catering units throughout the year. In winter, snuggle up next to the slow combustion fireplace inside, or wind down in the hot tub outside. Summertime offers late afternoon sundowners on the deck, a cool splash in the deck tub and the perfect end-of-the-day braai outside overlooking the valley.
Opstal Stay offers two four-sleeper units and three two-sleeper units.
The four sleeper units’ weekday price is R1 950 per night and R2 250 per night over the weekend. The two-sleeper units’ weekday price is R1 450 per night and R1 750 per night over the weekend.
Breakfast and lunch can be enjoyed at Opstal’s restaurant from Wednesday to Sunday.
Guests are advised to book in advance to avoid disappointment.
Find out more on their website here…