The Robertson Small Hotel
Robertson, Western Cape, South Africa
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Tucked between the Langeberg and Riviersonderend mountain ranges, this picturesque wine route is a visual feast with its landscape of roads fringed by a kaleidoscopic array of flowers, trees and vineyards. Through the Valley, winds the source of life – the Breede River – sustaining it all.
Situated in the heart of Robertson, a favorite tourist attraction spot that's located along the longest wine route in the world, Route 62, resides the chicly quaint Robertson Small Hotel providing luxury accommodation and fine cuisine all year round.
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Each of the 10 spacious luxury suites which can accommodate 20 guests are a haven of optimal comfort, furnished with king-size, extra-length beds fitted with exquisite cotton, oxford-edged and satin-stitched linen, and fully-equipped with air-conditioning, under-floor heating and heated towel rails. These luxurious suites not only provides solace for the soul, but also caters for the technological needs of the trendy traveller or businessman.
The Robertson Small Hotel has ten bedrooms divided into three room types The Manor House; Stables and Poolside suites.
Despite stylistic variations, the three accommodation types share common threads reflected by the continuity of aspects of design. Each facet is not stand alone but all flow into one another effortlessly. Each type of accommodation reflects the appreciation of space and a variation of expression in art. Textures, details and layers are all meticulously placed and appraised to create the ultimate experience.
Manor House Suites
The Manor House, with veranda around the perimeter houses three spacious, elegant en-suite bedrooms with high, intricately–embossed ceilings with attention to detail which is synonymous with the Victorian genre. The Manor House also houses the establishment poised to be a 'must do' on the gastronome's culinary calendar, Reuben's at The Robertson Small Hotel, the stylish chrome-pewter marble and glass bar and the modern, high-tech Cellar.
is also an abundance of birdlife on the estate for bird watchers
The Stables comprise three state of the art fully equipped suites, two downstairs and one honeymoon suite upstairs, under the eaves, with reclining lounge area, and spacious bathroom. The asymmetrical, scattered, and horizontal headboards reflect a modern-contemporary style with a brown- and satin white-colour combination, with a suite specifically catering for a disabled person.
The Poolside suites demonstrate a further step along the trajectory of old to new, progressing from the casual-contemporary of the Stables to a more definitive and clean-contemporary crispness. White doors contrast with chrome and textures 'speak' to each other in a tactile, multi-layered, ultimately serious interior. These four luxurious suites spill out onto an expanse of a shimmering, extra-elongated, pool with a spacious deck. Again, the neutral and natural wood and mottled water juxtaposes smooth metallic-elements.
The hotel's restaurant Reuben's at The Robertson Small Hotel, as far as possible, uses natural and seasonal produce and demonstrates a progression towards organic. The cuisine is eclectic with a concentration and focus given to the best local and seasonal produce available. The free-range duck eggs, which serve as an alternative to conventional chicken eggs, are sourced from a local farm and exhibit rich, nutty flavours. Free-range local pork and bacon, as well as dairy products and fresh produce are all sourced locally.
With our executive Chef, Anneri Pienaar and Pastry Chef, Karla Kotze, Reuben's at The Robertson Small Hotel is an epicurean's ecstasy.
There are many diverse attractions, from a lazy river cruise to a vigorous mountain hike, elegant wining & dining to outdoor picnics and exploring rich historical sites. The local farm stalls overflow with fresh produce, dried fruit and freshly made breads, homemade jams and preserves.
Take a boat trip down the Breede River or have a bite at Fraai Uitzight 1798. Get hopelessly lost and develop inertia from meandering around the largest hedge maze in the world, explore a cactus garden at Soekershof, or be mimicked by the parrots at Birds of Paradise. Enjoy picnics and sundowners along the majestic Breede River which pulses throughout the Valley and is its sustenance.
Whether you are a nature lover, wine enthusiast, sports fundi or looking to unwind, Robertson is an ideal destination for golf, horse-riding, game drives, river cruises, art, 4x4 trails, paragliding ... to name but a few popular recreations the Valley caters for.
We also offer picnic baskets on request should you wish to do a day outing to explore the beautiful wine valley. The chefs will pack your picnic basket to your personal preference on what is available in season.
The Robertson Wine Valley is comprised of the regions: Ashton, Bonnievale, McGregor and Robertson. The valley is exemplary in terms of how a destination can operate collectively for the greater good of the region.
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