Willow’s Curve is a self-catering studio cottage, opening up to a well-secluded and private garden courtyard, complete with braai facility and outdoor seating area.
Willow’s Curve is situated on the curve of Erica Avenue and Willow Crescent, which gently curves its way around a magnificent park.
Just 4 km from Willow’s Curve, is the beautiful Strand beach, which stretches between Macassar and Gordon’s Bay, at the foot of the Hottentots Holland Mountains.
If you would like to be a bit more adventurous and explore this beautiful region or take a wine or beer tour, then contact Wild & Isle for more information or to make a reservation.
Morgenster Wine & Olive Estate in Somerset West, 35 minutes from Cape Town, is at the gateway to the Western Cape wine-growing region. It is a thriving olive and wine farm dating back to 1711, producing internationally acclaimed Bordeaux-style wines and extra virgin olive oil of astounding quality.
The Morning Star within a scallop shell as depicted on the front gable of Morgenster’s beautiful manor house, the private home of owner Giulio Bertrand, is the Estate’s signature and features on the labels of its fine wines and olive products.
Be it to escape city life, or to experience something slightly off the winelands beaten track, the Helderberg Basin has become the trendiest new stop. And one of the favourite destinations within our spectacular mountain fringed valley, is the Lourensford Market.
Situated on the stunningly scenic and historic Lourensford Wine Estate, we didn’t have to add much to appeal to all the senses. When visiting you are spoiled with sprawling lawns, majestic trees and newly landscaped, award winning gardens. A rare and special space to soak up all of nature’s beauty!
With its five kilometre long stretch of white sand, Strand Beach is a perfect family beach for swimming, sunbathing and a variety of marine sports. There’s even a tidal pool for anyone who is not brave enough to plunge into the mellow surf.
And if its waves you’re after, there are a number of surf spots to suit every level of surfer. Although the beach is mostly sandy, there are two rock pools frequented by rock and surf anglers at low tide.
Helderberg Nature Reserve was proclaimed in 1960. It covers an area of 402 ha and extends up the Helderberg Mountain to a height of 1 137 m. Kogelberg sandstone fynbos is the predominant vegetation type, with almost 600 plant species, including sugar bushes (Protea sp.), pincushions
(Leucospermum sp.) and cone bushes (Leucadendronsp.).
On the northern side, in the deep, more fertile granite soil, there are also patches of Boland granite fynbos, including the waboom (Protea nitida), forming a fairly dense, closed shrubland. In wetter areas, one finds restios and a variety of ericas, as well as other shrubs and watsonias.
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