Visiting South Africa? Check out The Cellars-Hohenort!

The Cellars-Hohenort

Located in the historical Constantia Valley, Cape Town, on the breathtaking slopes of Table Mountain The Cellars-Hohenort boasts 52 individually decorated rooms and suites. With panoramic mountain and garden views the owner-managed Cellars-Hohenort sets the scene for a fairytale stay. It is a must for those looking to add a delicious dose of peace and tranquillity to their life in the oldest winelands in “the cape” – a mere 15 minutes drive from the city centre and V&A Waterfront.


Set on nine expansive acres of world-renowned gardens, this historic and beautiful country escape in the city offers guests far more than just incomparable scenery. It is home to Cape Town’s first Grand Chef, a range of award-winning culinary offerings, a relaxing D & D Spa and Hairstylist, a Gary Player designed nine-hole golf putting and chipping green, a tennis court and much more ensures that The Cellars-Hohenort is the result of Liz McGrath’s 20 years of hard work, love and endless inspiration.

The Cellars

All 2013 Traveline Guests Receive:

  • Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability
  • Daily breakfast
  • Early check-in/late check-out
    • subject to availability
  • Grand Chef Picnic to the value of R300 per room
  • Private wine tasting at the award winning Klein Constantia
  • A bottle of sommelier selected Constantia Valley Wine
    • in the room upon arrival with a personalized note from you (the virtuoso member)
  • For stays of 4 or more nights guests also receive:
    • Guaranteed upgrade on booking, subject to availability


For more information or to book,

click here to contact Traveline

or call us at 1-888-700-TRIP.


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