Set in the picturesque Stellenbosch and Winelands area, Clouds Estate is set on one of the highest points of the Helshoogte pass. Surrounded by majestic mountains, exquisite green sceneries and a trail of luch countryside, Clouds Estate is an oasis of harmonious vistas for a peaceful and relaxed honeymoon in South Africa. Located just one hour from Cape Town, 20 minutes from Franschhoek and just 45 minutes from Cape Town International Airport, this 5 star haven is ideally located.
Honeymoon resort information
Hotel RoomsThere are just 7 lavish hotel rooms situated within Clouds Estate, all individually furnished and offering modern amenities such as a Nespresso machine, smart TV, iPad docking station, satellite TV, Blu-Ray DVD and Charlotte Rhys toiletries. Enjoy the use of the complimentary mini bar stocked with Clouds-branded wine, beer, soft drinks and fruit juice.
Deluxe VillasSet in the landscaped gardens, the Deluxe Villas surround the gorgeous vineyards, which can be enjoyed from the balcony, which also invites al fresco dining on the deck area. Each villa features a Nespresso machine, smart TV, iPad docking system, satellite TV and Blu-Ray DVD player. Each bathroom includes Charlotte Rhys toiletries, high-quality hair dryer, complementary flip-flops and heated towel rails.
There is an in-resort concierge that can take care of your every whim while staying at Clouds Estate where you can arrange taxi and shuttle services to popular nearby attractions.
There are many shopping areas to explore nearby. Eikestad Mall, Somerset mall and Canal Walk offer premium brand outlets, while Root 44 offers homemade goods. Blaauwklippen is a lively market stool area open on Sundays, where you can find fresh food stalls, crafts, plants and live music performances.
Make use of the stunning landscape that you’ll be nestled on, from thrilling helicopter rides, wine tasting on horseback and scenic driving routes along Kalkbaai, Simonstown and Muizenburg.
South African culture is a certain highlight to experience, from the Long Walk To Freedom route where Nelson Mandela was released, the Huguenot Museum or the Rupert Museum. Make a trip to Pniel where you can find the monument commemorating the first freed slaves, while the Afrikaans language monument takes you through the journey of South Africa’s history.