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Discover Wellington 

To the casual visitor, Wellington might seem stuck in a time warp. The main drag still sports tired art deco arcades, men’s outfitters and corner cafes, but look beyond that and you will quickly spot the energy and vitality that make Wellington a treasure trove for the tourist in search of something extra special.

Drive through the village and note the decorative Herbert Baker style buildings erected at the turn of the last century when Wellington was a pioneering centre for learning and mission work, established by world-renowned clergyman and educationist Dr Andrew Murray, and still in use today for much the same purpose. It is his statue that sits proudly in front of the impressive church as you enter the village.

Venture out onto the farm roads and you will be amazed by the array of wineries, guest houses and tourist attractions.

Don’t be put off when the road turns to dust, there are several boutique wineries that await and beautiful scenery to enjoy. The mountainous terrain makes Wellington the ideal destination for mountain bike riders and hikers, but a leisurely drive through Bainskloof, the original pass into the hinterland constructed in 1862, is a pleasant experience as well.

Wellington is more than just a succession of beautiful wineries with award-winning wines. Several top quality guest houses cater for the discerning traveller, as well as for the more adventurous. Visit for more information on accommodation, wineries and attractions.

Make sure Wellington is on your itinerary when next you visit the Cape. While the wines, beds, meals and views are as good, sometimes better, than anywhere else in the Winelands, it still holds the delight of a new discovery that perhaps some of the other better-known destinations don’t.

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Interesting things to do

Bainskloof Pass Drive –

The James Sedgwick Distillery Tasting –

Bontebok Ridge Reserve Game Drive –

Redemption Fine Hand Crafted Leather –

Hiking Trail and MTB Trails –


Our Tasting Room in Wellington is a cool, peaceful space where the wines can be appreciated.


The Frame House in the Upper Hemel-en-Aarde Valley near Hermanus offers a unique experience.