Assegaaibosch Manor House Description
The Assegaaibosch homestead was built in 1790, and was acquired by CapeNature in 1960. It is situated in the Assegaaibosch Nature Reserve near Stellenbosch, an ideal flower and bird-watching area.
Mountain biking is allowed on management roads. A Safcol permit is required for the 10km circular road in the valley.
The house is surrounded by 180 year old oak trees and has a thatched roof, yellowwood beams and wooden floors. This stately self-catering guesthouse is now a national monument.
It sleeps six people in two bedrooms and is fully furnished (no television). There is cell phone reception.
The kitchen is fully equipped, while bedding and towels are provided.
Bathroom: Warm/cold water available; bath and shower
Kitchen: Fully equipped with stove, fridge and microwave.
Assegaaibosch Manor House Directions
Private Bag X29