Durbanville Accommodation – Rondekuil Estates offers comfortable Farm, Guest House, B&B, Self Catering Accommodation in Durbanville Winelands, Cape Town.


Our wild birds at Rondekuil Estates

Our Egyptian Geese, Maude and Marvin are back on the bottom dam again with their clutch of new chicks.   This year they only hatched 6 chicks, but we are glad to report that the entire family are doing well, and the chicks are growing bigger by the day. They’re two weeks old, and of course spend their days swimming around

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Our Rondawel at Rondekuil

It’s hard to believe that this popular choice for accommodation at Rondekuil was once a farm water reservoir.  Filled with water, and used as a water source for cattle and horses. Today, the Rondawel on Rondekuil, boasts an authentic African theme, which creates an atmosphere of warmth and tranquillity enjoyed by guests. The Rondawel comfortably sleeps 6 guests, there is

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Where to stay at Rondekuil

Rondekuil is well-known and loved as a wedding and function venue, but fewer people are aware of our excellent self-catering accommodation options at the same location. What makes Rondekuil unique is that we have such an interesting variety of places to stay – each with their own style. We like to think that we offer something for everyone and that there is a

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Our Avenue of Bluegum Trees

The 160 Blue Gum trees which line the entrance drive to the Rondekuil   Country Estate were planted over 100 years ago, long before “alien vegetation” became a buzz word within our society.   These Blue Gum Trees have become an emblem to our estate, and warmly welcome visitors as they enter the main estate. Some of our Blue Gums boast

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Our River at Rondekuil

How wonderful to see the first of our winter rains today, refreshing everything around us. Just after a bout of lighting, thunder and pouring rain, we dressed warmly, and took the dogs down to the river at Rondekuil for their walk.   The wet grass and colder weather didn’t dampen their spirits at all, in fact they were full of bounce

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The Rondekuil Rabbits

In 2008 the new owners of Rondekuil introduced four  ”Blue of Ham” rabbits onto the farm and since then, we have been fortunate to have free roaming rabbits hopping about the estate, enchanting and entertaining our guests and any other visitors.   Our rabbits are predominantly the slate grey colour, some may call them a “blue”, and, just for interest sake,

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Another Stunning Sunset At Rondekuil

Mid-summer at Rondekuil Country Estate offers a distinctive and unique experience to our guests.  The days are long and lazy, the air is dry and warm and the peace and tranquility experienced all play a part in creating a memorable getaway experience. The green landscape enjoyed during our winter months turn into a golden vision during summer, offering visitors and

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Our Blue Cranes At Rondekuil Country Estate

Each year, around spring time, we are privileged to be home to a breeding pair of Blue Cranes. They roost in the top field after the wheat has been harvested, and over the years have always hatched two chicks each season. As the spring and summer months go by, I often get a glimpse of the chicks from our gravel

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Festivities At Rondekuil Country Estate

The Staff Christmas Party held within the Conference Venue at the Rondekuil  Country Estate, was a very merry and cheerful occasion for the staff, residents and owners alike. Everyone arrived while the sun was silently sliding away behind the historical Durbanville hills, and seized the opportunity to enjoy sun-downers and casual conversation on the veranda of the Conference Venue, before

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On The Wild (And Accommodation) Side, At Rondekuil Country Estate

For the past five years, Maude and Marvin, a pair of Egyptian Geese, have used the “bottom” dam at the RONDEKUIL COUNTRY ESTATE to breed and hatch their chicks, and this year was no exception.  Five healthy chicks were born the beginning of December, and due to diligent attention given by Maude and Marvin, the chicks have survived and are

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