A gem of a retreat lies in the heart of the Robertson Valley on the scenic Route 62. Nestling among the majestic Langeberg hills, a beautiful wine and guest farm with the award-winning restaurant welcomes you.
Center of the Winefarm, Fraai Uitzicht 1798 is the large garden with a mansion in Cape Dutch style from 1798. The house has been extended several times and is inhabited by Sandra & Karl and their children. The large garden offers endless corners to relax and enjoy the typical flora and fauna.
The Fraai Uitzicht 1798 Guesthouse is open all year and has got nine units which are differently styled and designed with lots of love and attention to detail for your comfort.
Experience the delights of a truly great restaurant in the heart of the Robertson Valley. Spectacular views across the vineyards to the distant Sonderend Mountains, informal décor with a traditional AGA stove all adds to the charm, which encourages guests to return time after time.
Share the bonhomie of a dining room fire, or chat with friends on summer days on the veranda where huge umbrellas provide shade -absorb the beauty, relax and enjoy the tranquil ambience. Attentive hosts provide a friendly and cosy ambience for a fine dining experience in this award-winning restaurant.
The menu portraits country style cuisine offering seasonal fresh dishes made from fresh vegetables and just-picked herbs from the garden. Exquisite desserts and the best wines of the Robertson Valley, including the handcrafted Fraai Uitzicht 1798 Merlot, compliment a memorable meal.
Visit the historic wine cellar, the oldest in the valley, and see the original woodwork and handcrafted beams. In this ancient atmosphere the handcrafted wines are produced as a joy of life. The Merlot 2006, 2007 and 2008 have a deep, dark colour and complex fruitcake aroma, leading to a lush palate with subtle tannins and hints of chocolate and vanilla.