A choice of superior or standard rooms give you the option of a large room with bath and freestanding shower or a smaller room with bath and shower combination. Each of the bedrooms has a unique character and charm, fully appointed with a large double bed, or optional twin beds and en-suite bathrooms. All have ‘riempie’ reed or yellowood ceilings and deep casement windows with wooden shutters, all features of traditional Cape architecture.
Handmade linen, down duvets, ceiling fans, fresh flowers and handmade soaps all conspire to bring about a pleasant and restful stay. Rise as early or as late as you please to your choice of fresh filter coffee or tea brought to your room.
No TV or mini bar facilities are available in the rooms.
Voted amongst the top 100 restaurants in 2004 by Wine Magazine, one of the highlights of your stay at Roggeland will be the food. A pre-dinner selection of wines to taste is served under the trees and is an opportunity to mingle with other guests. Take time to informally chat about Roggeland and the exquisite surroundings with family members and staff.
The dining room, originally the old kitchen of the manor house, still has the original oven and fireplace which form part of the character and charm of the homestead. Dinner is a four course, candle lit affair, with carefully selected wines with each course and changes each evening for the duration of your stay.
Our menus are inspired by the regional produce of Paarl and vegetables and herbs are grown in Roggeland’s own gardens. Varied, balanced, never heavy, our country cuisine contributes, along with the sunshine, the fresh mountain air, historic setting and general serenity, to a feeling of profound well-being. Special dietary requirements can also be catered for.
The menu de gustation, with specially selected wines to partner each dish, varies daily.
- Wine Country: Roggeland is at the crossroads of Five Wine Routes: Paarl, Franschhoek, Wellington, Stellenbosch and Worcester
- Golf: World-class golf courses nearby: Paarl (6km), Pearl Valley (12km), Stellenbosch (35km), Worcester (44km), Erinvale – Somerset West (54km), Royal Cape, Mowbray and Milnerton (70km).
- Outdoor Activities: Swimming Pool, Walking, Hiking, Mountain Bikes, Rock Pools for Swimming in Mountains, Horseriding, Wine Tasting on Horseback.
– Cape Town City 68km
– Table Mountain 70km
– Franschhoek 25km
– Stellenbosch 30km
– Airport 64km
– Waterfront & Robben Island departures 64km
- Transfers to the above can be arranged.
From Cape Town
Travel on the N1 in the direction of Worcester.* Take Exit no 59 marked R301 Jan van Riebeeck Drive, Wellington.
Follow the R301 towards Wellington, with the town of Paarl on your left hand side, for 8 km’s. Watch out for the sign to Roggeland. Turn right and after 60 metres turn left. Then turn right again at the Roggeland sign onto a gravel road for 1,2 km’s and you will find Roggeland on the left hand side.
From Cape Town International Airport
Leave the airport on the Cape Town exit. Branch left onto the N2 Somerset West. Continue for 5-6 km’s and turn left onto the R300. About 16 km further on, the R300 sweeps right to join the N1 to Paarl. Travel on the N1 for approximately 30km and take Exit no 59 following the directions as above.*
The Exit numbers are not consecutively marked, but show number of kilometres from the centre of Cape Town. eg. Exit 59 follows Exit 55.