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  • Step 6 – Visit the Local Sights and Restaurants

    Seven Oaks is perfectly located as a base for you to explore the local area. The nearby towns of WolseleyTulbagh, Ceres, Worcester, Wellington and Rawsonville are all within a half hour’s drive away. Take your time to browse the shops, visit the markets, and find out about their history. Stop at the nearby farm stalls (Rietdakkie Padstal, Die Container, Die Vetspens, Creative Hub and HillBilly ) to buy fresh produce, delicious home-baked delights and gifts.

    Scenic Drives, Hiking, Biking Trails

    We can advise you of scenic drives through the Slanghoek Valley, through Bains Kloof to Wellington, and through Michell’s Pass to Ceres. There are many hiking and mountain bike trails at Jason’s Hill, Murludi, Waverley Hills, Kluitjieskraal and Tulbagh.


    Our region produces some excellent wines – from artisan to estate to cooperative – so why not also taste at Bergsig Wine Estate, Botha Wine Cellar, Lateganskop Wine Cellar, Mountain Ridge Wines, Waboomsrivier Wine Cellar or Waverley Hills Organic Wines.


    Visit a country restaurant if you do not wish to cook or braai in your self-catering cottage. We can recommend one of the many to suit you: Bosjes Kombuis, Bully and KoosWaverley Hills Restaurant, Bergsig Bistro or Die Houtkewer.

    Something for everyone

    The region offers something for everyone, whether restful or adventurous. Visit the  indigenous gardens and striking white roofing curves of the chapel at Bosjes or the Karoo Desert National Botanical Garden (the only truly succulent garden in the Southern hemisphere); on hohrseback explore country roads and hidden forest paths with breathtaking mountain views at Horse About, play golf in Ceres or Worcester; go bird-watching at Bergsig; zip line in Ceres (the longest in Africa); fly in a two-seat glider with the Cape Gliding Club; take a safari at Fairy Glen ‘Big 5’ Private Nature Reserve; visit the 1901 historic blockhouses  from the Anglo-Boer War or see, feed the animals on Fynbos GuestFarm or take a ride on a train with the Ceres Rail Company.


    Why not visit for an event? We can help you plan the best dates for the monthly Ramkiekie Farmer’s Market, the Hoogwater Fig Pick and Eat (January/February), Breede MTB Challenge (April), Chrysanthemum Show (May), Wolseley 2×4 (May), Wolseley MTB Challenge (August), Wines of Wolseley Festival (August), Breërivier Rally (November) and pick cherries at Klondyke Cherry Farm (November & December).

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