Delaire Graff Estate

Delaire Graff Estate


The Delaire Graff Estate is located on the highest peak of the Helshoogte Mountain Pass and overlooks South Africa’s two leading wine-growing regions: Stellenbosch and Franschhoek.


Words fail to do the view justice. And on a par with the beauty of the surroundings, the Delaire Graff Estate has already established itself as the region’s finest boutique hotel, despite the recent inauguration in 2010.


Framed by blossoming gardens, the air rich with the perfume of flowers, the ambience, the read more » panorama and the elegant facilities merge to create a perfect setting of carefree seclusion – find supreme relaxation amidst unspoiled nature.


The Delaire Graff Estate offers only a handful of luxuriously equipped villas set almost directly in the vineyards. Unwind in fine style and relish the exclusive comforts.


Of course, the Delaire Graff Estate offers an excellent gourmet restaurant, whose delicacies may be accompanied by a bottled treasure from the well-stocked wine cellars. Other facilities include a number of conference rooms and even a private cinema.


The Wine Lounge is the perfect place to sample the local produce in front of a merrily crackling fireplace. Elegant curtains, stately leather furniture, precious parquet flooring, hand-made glass lanterns, contemporary art and nostalgic timber beams all contribute to the graceful flair.


Moreover, the Delaire Graff Estate is dedicated to sustainability. For example, the impact on the environment is reduced by minimising energy and water consumption as well as implementing natural building materials.


The Delaire Graff Estate in the Helshoogte Mountains – refined luxuries and sweet relaxation. It is unique and ensures a memorable holiday in one of the world’s most beautiful wine-growing regions!



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The Delaire Graff Estate offers ten luxurious and unique villas for refined lodging amidst the vineyards. The main building accommodates the superb Indochine restaurant, a welcoming bar and a private cinema. read more »


Vast 175 square metres large, the Owner’s Lodge boasts two bedrooms as well as a 37 square metres large private, heated outdoor pool. Another highly romantic highlight is the fireplace at the heart of the extravagant unit.


Almost as large, with 150 square metres, the Presidential Suite also sport two bedrooms and a private pool, which is 35 square metres large.


Without any doubt, the Owner’s Lodge and the Presidential Suite are the Delaire Graff Estate’s finest. Additionally, the Estate offers four Deluxe and Luxury Lodges with 80 square metres each.


All of the units sport an airy and graceful flair thanks to high ceilings and precious materials. The furniture and decorations were designed exclusively by the David Collin’s Studio.


And of course, all of the rooms and suites boast a magnificent view out over the nearby mountains and vineyards. On a fine day, the Cape Point and the Table Mountains may be seen in the distance from some of the units.


Pure bliss for body, mind and soul at the Delaire Graff Estate: The Spa complements the refined luxuries and serene ambience with a large variety of professional treatments.


Your culinary wellbeing has also been taken care of: The Indochine Restaurant specialises on the so-called “Sunshine Cuisine”, a fusion between Asian, Mediterranean and regional delicacies accommodated to the seasonal availability of fresh ingredients.


Local cheese producers, markets, vegetable growers and, of course, the vineyards supply the Delaire Graff Estate with their quality produce. Sample the exquisite treats in the elegant ambience of the restaurant or dine under the twinkling night sky out on the terrace.


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The Delaire Graff Estate – luxurious accommodation and a host of activity options! On a quiet night, settle down in the private cinema for the movie of your choice. Alternatively, treat yourself to the read more » soothing effect of a professional hot stone massage.


Those interested in arts, crafts and antiques have come to the right region: Apart from the flairs of the traditional wine-growing region, the nearby university town Stellenbosch offers a number of excellent museums and galleries, many of which focus on contemporary arts and architecture.


Sports are another great way to spend the day out and about amidst the stunningly beautiful environment. Improve your handicap on one of the nearby golf courses or hike the surrounding mountains.


To extent your range, saddle a horse and explore at a fast trot. The panorama is arresting and the local fauna and flora fascinating. Later, cast a line and hope to catch a trout for dinner.


The summer months inspire a number of theatres, some open-air, to put on a special shows and devise a special summer programme. Doubtlessly, the gorgeous region has a lot to offer – and the Delaire Graff Estate is your luxurious basis to see it all.


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