Tulbagh, named after Dutch Cape Colony Governor Ryk Tulbagh, is a town located in the "Land van Waveren" mountain basin (also known as the Tulbagh basin), in the Winelands of the Western Cape, South Africa. The basin is fringed on three sides by mountains, and is drained by the Klein Berg river and its tributaries. The nearest towns are Ons Rust and Gouda beyond the Nuwekloof Pass, Wolseley some 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) to the south inside the basin, and Ceres and Prince Alfred Hamlet beyond Michell's Pass in the Warm Bokkeveld.
Restaurants in Tulbagh
4.5 based on 11 reviews
The Schalkenbosch vineyards are situated high up on the slopes of the Witzenberg mountain range overlooking the picturesque Tulbagh valley. The soils are similar to those found in the Rhone Valley in France and the vineyards enjoy a unique micro-climate. A late sunrise is due to the shadow of the mountain.
My husband and I did a last minute booking for New Years and were so impressed with this comfortable and homely cottage. Just what we needed to get away from the city life. Beautiful scenery and our hosts, Emmeric and Gregen, were so welcoming and accommodating. We even ended up extending our stay by a night.
4.5 based on 297 reviews
Unbelievable setting. Service was great. The full circle, which is available for tasting, is probably the best red I have ever had.
4.5 based on 27 reviews
We had the wine tasting in the forest, surrounded by butterflies and birds, absolutely beautiful!! Wines are well presented by Emanuel. Also had their cheese board that was really good. There are a few places to taste wine at here, I suggest to do it in the forest. Well done!
4.5 based on 3 reviews
Tasted wine here and it was a wonderful experience. The lady that assisted us was very friendly and informative and the wines were really good as well. We will visit again.
4.0 based on 16 reviews
Founded in 1906, in the fertile valley known as Het Land van Waveren, Tulbagh Winery has been producing quality wines ever since.Producing some of the country's best, Tulbagh Wines cover the full spectrum of South Africa's best cultivars with the emphasis on fruity blends that reflect the friendliness of the region.We are proud of the achievements that Tulbagh has reached over the years. Our wines are offered with pride and served with confidence. Old world value combined with fresh, modern look to appeal to a new generation of consumer.
4.0 based on 94 reviews
Although we are the only guests here, the wines and the midday views of the working vineyard are spectacular. The wines are sublime, although I requested a spittoon, I am yet to use it. Just a reminder of the quality of wines and venues the cape has to offer, even if we have to still sport masks in this new normal environment. #winediary #coviddiary #2020 #tulbagh #capewines
4.0 based on 40 reviews
Walk through the old cellars, cool with whole tree trunks for eaves and climb up to a modern tasting room with stunning views of the mountain. Two tasting options - R50 and R100. Comfie couches and delicious bubbles made for a very pleasant afternoon
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