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About Casa Simelia
Casa Simelia is a beautiful self-catering country house, nestled on the slopes of the magnificent Groenberg Mountain, on a private farm in Wellington.This luxury house is ideal for guests looking for a tranquil retreat, a base to explore the winelands, and a well-deserved escape from the city. The house offers privacy and is exclusive to check-in guests only.The house's interiors have been carefully styled to create a comfortable yet modern country-living experience. Here one can explore the refreshing hikes along our mountain paths or just enjoy the breath-taking views across the valley from the comforts of your own veranda.Casa Simelia is located a mere seven minutes' drive from Wellington and nearby to many well-known restaurants, wine estates and wedding venues in Wellington.Wellington is the perfect winelands destination to call your homebase and to visit the surrounding towns of Franschhoek, Stellenbosch, Paarl, Riebeeck Kasteel and Tulbagh to name but a few.
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- Laundry Facilities*
- Indoor Fireplace
- No Credit Card Facilities
- Parking on Premises
- Air conditioning
- Iron and board
- Mini fridge
- Non smoking rooms
- Pets Not Allowed
- Year of construction after 2000
1 Kindly absolutely NO VISITING DAY GUESTS are allowed at CASA SIMELIA – the house is exclusively available for paying checked-in guests only.
2 We have a NO PET POLICY.
3 If you so wish, bring your own DSTV decoder & smartcard – CASA SIMELIA has a satellite dish.
4 Check-in from 15:00 and Check-out by 11:00 (Please provide us with you estimated time of arrival to ensure your access at the security gate).
5 Due to our guest access policy, we regrettably do not permit events such as large bridal preparation parties.
6 We do not accept 3rd party reservations. Please notify us whether you are making the reservation for yourself or on behalf of someone. Kindly provide identification.
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling