Steenberg Hotel & Spa

Steenberg Hotel & Spa - Exterior

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Escape to a heritage wine estate in the heart of vineyards, mountains, and the lush greens of the Constantia Valley

There’s nowhere better to sit back with a chilled Sauvignon Blanc and toast the Cape Peninsula other than the Steenberg Hotel & Spa. This boutique historic hotel has been restored to reflect its 17th century roots, but with contemporary facilities and personalised service. It’s a place to relax and indulge, just 30mins’ drive from the hustle and bustle of Cape Town.

Here you can take your time to stroll through manicured gardens and follow your nose to a secret sensory garden. Explore cycling or running trails and golfers may be tempted to play a round or 2 on the championship 18-hole golf course. For total relaxation, head to the world-class spa for a blissful retreat in a stunning setting.

Country charm is complemented with gourmet cuisine and the estate’s own wines. Indulge in delicious food at Tryn restaurant, with its bold and modern interior, gorgeous views, and a relaxed atmosphere. There’s more to tempt you at Bistro Sixteen82 with seasonal produce, inventive dishes, and late-afternoon tapas. Whereas the lounge bar is the place to be for sunset aperitifs on the terrace.

As you’d expect, the wine is absolutely exquisite. Tasting sessions are ideal for finding out more and discovering your own distinctive favourite. Enjoying a morning by the pool or a round of golf, followed by an afternoon of wine tasting does not get any better.

Although Steenberg Hotel & Spa is just down the road from Cape Town, it’s a world away in terms of peace, tranquillity, and those verdant vineyard views.

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Tranquil wine estate setting

Contemporary Tryn restaurant

Bistro Sixteen82 and bar lounge

Wine Tasting Bar, Tasting Lounge and Outdoor Terrace

Swimming pool and sundeck

Guest rates at 18-hole golf course


  • Cape Town, South Africa

  • Flights not included

  • Bed and Breakfast

From £95 per person per night

Mon - Fri: 9am - 8pm

Saturday: 9am - 6pm

Sunday: 10am - 4pm

Steenberg Hotel & Spa - Exterior
Steenberg Hotel & Spa - Restaurant

Holiday details


Rooms are elegant, light, and luxurious with thoughtful touches such as hand-picked flowers and unique artworks. Classic rooms may be in the eaves, downstairs in the barn or in the Manor House. Superior rooms have extra space with a sitting area and if you stay in a Premier room, you’ll also enjoy a large terrace with sunbeds and views across the vines to the mountains.


  • Two restaurants and a bar
  • Vineyards and winery
  • Spa and scented garden
  • Swimming pool and sundeck
  • Outdoor terraces
  • Guest rates at 18-hole golf course
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi

Holiday location

Map of Steenberg Hotel Spa

Local Area

Set within the foothills of Constantiaberg Mountain, Constantia Valley is one of Cape Town’s most sought-after suburbs. It’s an affluent area dotted with expansive farmhouses and rolling grape vines. Although just 15kms south of the city, this is without doubt one of the places to see and be seen on the Cape Peninsula.

Not only is the valley renowned for its wonderful wine estates, but the lush green slopes are also home to several world-class 18-hole golf courses. This is where you’ll find the largest green on the continent juxtaposed against far-reaching vineyards and mountain folds.

Getting into Cape Town takes around 30-minutes by car. It’s a grand day out with chances to ride the cable car up to the summit of Table Mountain or stroll along the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, just a couple of things to do. You can also take the ferry out to Robben Island or go on a seal and dolphin watching trip around Duiker Island.

Although things can sometimes get quite warm and sticky down in the City Bowl, there are plenty of sandy Atlantic beaches where you can cool off. Camps Bay is always popular in summer whereas watching penguins on Boulder’s Beach is recommended for first-time visitors.

If you’re lucky enough to be staying in Constantia Valley, you’ll find the cooler mountain climate often provides blessed relief after a day spent sightseeing in the city.


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