36 Badstraat/Bath Street
Home & Area
......... SPECIAL, REDUCED RATES
DURING WINTER 2013!! .........
Tel: +27 (0)23
Fax: +27 (0)86 6178360
and Corrie de Villiers wish to welcome and spoil you with true South African
hospitality, while you relax in the friendly atmosphere of AIRLIES, their
elegant home, circa 1912.
Protea Farm Tractor Trip
(bed & breakfast,
per person per night, sharing)
(Single rates on request)
From 25% discount during
ALL MAJOR CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED
Montagu is the western gateway to the
Little Karoo as well as the scenic heart of Route 62, the historic link
between Cape Town, the Garden Route and Port Elizabeth (ADDO Elephant
Montagu is about 2 hours drive from
Cape Town. It is the perfect stop for tourists travelling between Cape
Town and Port Elizabeth. Port Elizabeth is about 6 hours drive to the
A unique rural atmosphere
distinguishes Montagu as one of the best kept late Victorian agricultural
villages in the Western Cape. The many attractions and the fact that
Montagu is centrally situated makes it a sought after tourist town and
perfect base from where the countryside can be explored.
There are a number of hiking trails
in the area as well as opportunities for rock climbers. The hot springs
just outside of town are very popular. Horse riding, golf, tennis, bowls
and other sports can also be exercised.
WE ARE ON ROUTE 62
WE CAN OFFER YOU:
Warm South African hospitality and attention to detail
Spacious double rooms, individually furnished and decorated in style, each
with own bathroom and tea-/coffee facilities
Appetising breakfasts, freshly prepared and served by us
Lots of space to relax in
Swimming pool with terrace
Parking on the premises
Internet access (WiFi), e-mail and fax
Proximity to excellent restaurants and pubs.
The home "AIRLIES", has been named after
the farm near Wigtown in Scotland where Isabel, the Scottish bride of Dr
Charles Muller grew up.
commissioned the pioneer architect, Wynand Louw to design and build the
house for them, circa 1910.
and Isabel were medical doctors and practised from this house. They were
both buried on the ridge near where the British fort has been built above
the tunnel in Cogmanskloof, the western gateway into Montagu.
on the graphic below to vote for this page as a
Starting Point Hot Site.