Villa Honeysuckle is situated in the picturesque village of Stellenbosch in the heart of the Cape Winelands. It is nestled at the foot of Simonsberg mountain and Jonkershoek in a quiet suburb of world renowned Stellenbosch with its university hub, museums, restaurants and café life.
The villa is fully equipped and furnished with 2 living and dining/entertainment areas with patio, kitchen, 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, separate toilet, private entrance, laundry room, 2 cable TV, Wi-Fi, air conditioning, under floor heating, and fire place. There is a large swimming pool and gym. Daily housekeeping services are included in the daily rate providing 2 hours of housekeeping. A night on site security attendant is included in the daily rate.
A single bed option is available in some of the rooms on request.
Guests have access to the 4 bedroom villa, swimming pool and garden
Interaction with guests
All guests will be personally met on arrival and welcomed. Further information will be shared with regards to things to do, bookings to be made and any other ideas to make the visit as enjoyable as possible.
Guests with children need to take note that the apartment has a staircase, a fire place and a swimming pool. The swimming pool has a security gate around the area but children must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
Your hosts, Nick and Miche Rootenberg, are local Stellenbosch residents, have been for the past 25 odd years, we have two lovely daughters and we love the town and surrounding area. Nick is South African and Miche hails from Belgium - but that was a long time ago.
We love nature, the ocean, sport, a good glass of local wine and delicious food. Traveling is high on our list - we use Airbnb too.
As your hosts, we will inform you on all the local events, what to do (and not do), make bookings for you, arrange for a chef if you don't feel like cooking, recommend wine farms and restaurants, in other words, tell us what you like and want to do and we can make a plan to organize such.
"If the wind will not serve, take to the oars." Latin proverb