in true South African
hospitality and comfort.
Join Us in Our Newly REFURBISHED Hotel!!!
Situated in historic Dorp Street in the core of the oldest part of Stellenbosch, this village hotel is within walking distance of more than 60 excellent restaurants and coffee shops, all the major museums, more than 6 art museums/galleries, 3 theatres and the soccer, athletic and rugby sports grounds. Central to the famous Cape Winelands. A mere 35 min easy drive from Cape Town International airport and 55 min from Cape Town Waterfront.
At Eendracht we offer 12 luxurious rooms all en-suite with 100% cotton linen, down duvets, writing bureaus and all the usual luxuries. Some of the unexpected luxuries are surround sound DVD and a spa bath. Also available is Free Hi speed Wi-Fi Internet throughout the property.
At the Minserie Str House we have 3 semi self-catering units. In keeping with the established standards which you would expect from Eendracht, we have added another building 5 minutes’ walk from Eendracht. The same - but totally different. The building is a 1928 listed house that was restored in its original Art Deco style. Our coffee bar “Koffieklets” offers a sumptuous breakfast and some South African delights like Koesisters, melktert and “Boeretroos” coffee. Light lunches are served. Guests can enjoy sundowners in our lady’s bar or book our meeting room for that inevitable meeting or two.
Eco friendly: Eendracht strives to restrict its – and our guests’ – carbon footprint as far as possible. For example all Eendracht’s lights have aesthetically pleasing energy saver bulbs and solar water geysers.
Make Eendracht your base from where to explore Cape Town, the Cape Winelands, the Whale Route and the beautiful West Coast with its magnificent displays of wild flowers. All are within easy driving distance.
“The atmosphere of the place
[Eendracht] is very tangible. Many people have lived in the house; there is a feeling of hospitality
and welcome, reminders of the past years, of travellers, events,
good eating and friendship.”