About Rotterdam Estates
Rotterdam dates back to 1794 and boasts with a rich history and heritage like no other.
Famous for being the home of the late Grand Prix racer Mr Ian Fraser Jones and still owned by the family today.
The farm shares its rich heritage by offering accommodation in two of its historical buildings namely, De Wagenhuis and Fraser Jones.
The perfect choice for your destination wedding, honeymoon, bachelorette party, family holiday, business retreat, or simply a well deserved break from it all to recharge and do absolutely nothing and simply soak up the view.
Our on-site restaurant is currently closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, therefore there are no meals available.
Safari: We have the Kwetu Game Farm just up the road from Rotterdam, and we can organise a sunsetpicnic in the farm to view the game.
Golf: Swellendam is only 10km away and offers a 18 Hole Golf Course overlooking the beautiful Langeberg Mountains and Hermitage valley.
Wedding Venues: Rotterdam is the best choice for your destination wedding. The Chapel seats 60 guests and will simply take your breath away.
Conference Venues: The Trophy Room at Rotterdam is a carefully curated collection of personal memorabilia, artifacts and prizes won by the late Mr. Ian John Fraser Jones. You can now host your next conference in our Trophy room
Family friendly: Family Friendly for visits to the farm and area around Buffeljagsrivier.
Romantic: The charming Chapel at Rotterdam was built in 2009 by Mr and Mrs Fraser Jones that made all the led windows by hand so that each of them tells a personal story rich with symbolism and colour.
Covid Safety Approved: Each staff member’s temperature will be measured and screened. We will adhere to a social distancing etiquette between guests and staff and wear masks at all times. We will disinfect the property on a regular basis.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling