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Posted on: Sunday, 11 December 2005

The Dreamcatcher in Tulbagh – a wonderful retreat from the city

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Dreamcatcher

Dreamcatcher

If you are looking for very private Bed & Breakfast or Self Catering accommodation in the Cape, about an hour and a half drive out of Cape Town, The Dreamcatcher is a wonderful retreat. You will enjoy an extremely tranquil stay at this upmarket house, away from the hustle and bustle of the City.

Tulbagh lies about 140 kilometres north-east of Cape Town in the Breede River valley, surrounded by the picturesque Witsenberg mountain range. Dreamcatcher has 3 double bedrooms and 3 bathrooms (2 en-suite).

The bedrooms are beautifully furnished and are all air-conditioned. The bathrooms are spacious, modern with all the best fittings – as good as (if not better) than any 4 star hotel I’ve ever stayed at. The finer touches such as the complimentary toiletries and beautifully presented towels, sea shell arrangements and candles do a lot to make you feel very pampered and welcome in this beautiful house.

The kitchen, lounge and dining room area is open plan – with a high, arched ceiling the area is large, light and airy, beautifully furnished but still very comfortable. For cooler evenings there is a large fireplace to keep you warm whilst you watch Television (with M-Net) or enjoy some of the fine Cape Wine you’ve purchased from any one of the nearby Wine Estates during the day.

Dreamcatcher

Dreamcatcher

The dining / lounge area has two sets of large double doors that lead out onto an enclosed patio with swimming pool, outdoor seating area and a wonderful braai area (barbecue). The kitchen is well equipped with oven and hob, microwave, large refrigerator and everything you would need to cater for a sit down dinner for 8 guests.

The dining room table seats 8 very comfortably if you decide to dine indoors rather than enjoy the outdoor barbecue area.

Dreamcatcher Sleeps up to 6 people, but whether you rent one, two or three bedrooms, the Dreamcatcher is at all times exclusively yours! For additional information and photographs please visit : Dreamcatcher in Tulbagh or click here for their Rates and Enquiries. (Having been to Dreamcatcher I can honestly say the photographs available online do not do this property justice. In reality the house is much larger and more beautiful than it appears in photograph).

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Christine Searle

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One of the original founders of SA-Venues.com, Christine enjoys spending time with her family and her fur-kids, Dexter, Sherrie and Hercules. Her love and interest in flora and fauna is evident in her stunning garden which has been carefully designed and well maintained. Christine loves her work and is keen to show others what South Africa has to offer. When she is not working she likes to relax at home in the garden or enjoy her favourite hobby, photography.

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