Minutes away from award winning restaurants (and so so much wine), Chapter House invites you for morning coffees in the rose and lavender garden, and evening book binges with a drink around the fire place.
The rooms come with an en-suite, air conditioning, double beds, a desk and wifi, because you probably want to share the beautiful gardens and food with your friends, right? The rooms are very simple, with minimal decorations, but the gardens, helpful services and modern furniture really gives it all the flair it needs.
You can make use of the room service and in-room spa treatments, while outside you can make yourself comfortable on a sun lounger by the pool and work on your easy going tan. The breakfast buffet runs until 11am every day and an all-day menu and full-service bar awaits you.
While Chapter House doesn’t cater for activities other than relaxing, eating and drinking, you are in the artists hub, which means there are galleries, gardens, small shows, wine tasting and experimental restaurants all around you. There is no safari, but the endless landscape and hike will do just fine.
While we try to avoid the “but overall” conclusion, in this case it really is that simple, Chapter House is uncomplicated, luxurious, boutique but it still feels like home. This is an effortless choice and perfect for people who don’t want to plan to much in a day.
Rooms with an en-suit; air-conditioning; double beds; a desk and WiFi; indoor fire place and lounge; gardens and in-room spa treatments; pool and outdoor lounge;buffet room.
While there are no activities at the Chapter House itself, you are walking distance away from coffee shops, galleries, boutiques and wine farms. Relaxing here is in itself enough.