Route 62


Situated in the upper Breede River Valley region, the mountain views are endless. Wolseley is famous for its fruit farming and award winning wine estates. Accommodation options vary from luxury log cabins, rustic self catering cottages and spacious camping sites. Feel well rested with nature sounds all around.

Arum Lily Cottage & Log Cabin

Getaway from it all and experience the country life in Wolseley. Surrounded by orchards and situated on the farm dam. Arum Lily offers luxury accommodation, fully equipped with everything you need for an unforgettable stay!

Big Sky Cottages

The cottages are situated high on the slopes of the Mostertshoek Mountain overlooking the Valley. All our cottages are built and decorated alike. Quality fittings and finishes will ensure that you enjoy a luxurious stay.

Bosjes Estate

Overnight guests will be able to stay in the cleverly converted old barn which now serves as a guesthouse, comprising five luxury suites and a swimming pool.

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Wolseley – things to do, explore and discover! 

Surrounded by the majestic Waaihoek, Witzen and Waterval Mountains, the picturesque valley surrounding the village of Wolseley, is just 90 minutes from Cape Town and a stone’s throw from Tulbagh and Ceres.

Wolseley is situated along the Route 62, the longest wine route in the world and is reached via one of four scenic passes ~ the Nuwekloof, Bainskloof, Du Toitskloof and Michells Pass