The Residence at Haskell Open for Business


Following an extensive two year renovation and refurbishment, Haskell Vineyards is proud to announce the opening of “The Residence”, five star, self contained luxury accommodation.

Located in the heart of the Haskell Vineyards estate with panoramic views of the Helderberg mountains, The Residence is a spacious two bedroom cottage, tastefully appointed with the discerning wine traveler in mind.

The team at Haskell felt that a great opportunity existed to provide a luxury accommodation option that also offered an authentic, estate based experience with privacy at a premium. It is the perfect spot for someone to base themselves for a short or extended exploration of the region, and within a few minutes drive of some of South Africa’s most highly rated restaurants and wineries.

The Residence is suitable for a maximum of four people, and is serviced daily. It is also fully stocked with both the award winning Haskell and Dombeya wine ranges, plus a Reserve Cellar of exclusive back vintage South African and French wines, including classed growth Bordeaux and Premier Cru Burgundy.

Also available, and situated adjacent to The Residence, is “The Cottage”, a loft style bungalow suitable for two people.

For tariffs and availability, please e-mail theresidence@haskellvineyards.co.za , or phone +27 21 881 3895 during working hours.


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