Devonvalley general information

Accommodation

The Devon Valley Hotel’s 50 stylishly furnished guest rooms reflect the contemporary colonial feel of the hotel while enjoying unobstructed views of the mountains, vineyards and olive groves.

Devonvalley rooms

Rooms

The spacious Luxury rooms and Executive suites are the hotel’s premier offering, ideal for a romantic escape or a rejuvenating retreat.

Flavours Restaurant

Flavours Restaurant

Flavours restaurant has an elegant and welcoming ambience and promises to offer guests authentic, contemporary Cape cuisine in a picturesque setting.

Cedarwood Lounge & Bar

Cedarwood Lounge & Bar

The cosy Cedarwood bar & lounge is home to one of the most definitive collections of single malt whiskies in South Africa.

Vineyard Terrace

Vineyard Terrace

The Vineyard Terrace with breath-taking views over the valley, vineyards and Helderberg mountains is the ideal spot for al Fresco dinning or a glass of wine at sunset.

Le Venue at the House of J.C. Le Roux

Le Venue at the House of J.C. Le Roux

Le Venue at the House of JC le Roux offers a chic venue with beautiful views and excellent sparkles.

Devonvalley Conferencing

Conferencing

The Hotel offers six fully air-conditioned conference venues with an abundance of natural light.

Devonvalley Weddings

Weddings

The unforgettable country charm and style of the Hotel provides the ideal place to create memories that will last a life time.

SylvanVale Vineyards

SylvanVale Vineyards

The Devon Valley Hotel is surrounded by its own working SylvanVale Vineyards that produce handmade boutique style wines that are only available for sale to guests to the property.

SylvanVale Wine & Flavours Food canapé tastings

SylvanVale Wine & Food pairings

Gourmet Food and SylvanVale wine pairings are available all year round in Flavours Restaurant.

Devonvalley Whisky Tastings

Whisky Tastings

Gourmet Food and SylvanVale wine pairings are available all year round in Flavours Restaurant.

Devon Valley Detour

Devon Valley Detour

The Devon Valley Detour offers an unforgettable journey through the picturesque Devon Valley. Experience the abundance of flavours and renowned wines of the Vintners of Devon Valley.

History of The Devon Valley Hotel

History of The Devon Valley Hotel

The original timber-framed building was built in 1947 and initially called the Cedarwood Hotel. It was renamed The Devon Valley Hotel in the early nineteen sixties.

Devonvalley Video Tour

Video Tour

View our video tour here.

Devonvalley Social Responsibility

Social Responsibility

The Devon Valley supports various responsible business practices including the Thembalitsha Foundation’s Graceland school situated directly opposite the hotel that caters for the underprivileged immediate community.

HS&V Hospitality Management

HS&V Hospitality Management

HS&V Hospitality Management provides hotels, restaurants and resort owners with turnkey management and marketing solutions.

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Cape Town welcomes seasonal rains and an end to day zero

It is with great pleasure that we note the annual rains have started in Cape Town, rebuilding water supplies and tourism confidence. Now is the time for visitors to come to Cape Town!

The water situation in Cape Town in the past few weeks has significantly improved. As of June the 11th, the Cape Town dam water levels are at 31.8% % versus 20.9% a year ago. This is the first month that current dam levels have exceeded the prior year, and are early signs that the water situation in Cape Town is significantly improving for the year ahead.

With these good early May winter rains, water conservation by residents, farmers, businesses and government stakeholders, increased ground water usage via bore holes, desalination plants coming online, all point to a no-risk of water shortages for 2019.

Hotels have been very successful in reducing their daily water usage by 45% versus the prior year as a result of various smart water wise measures. Tourists have responded favourably and supportingly to the request to be water wise, making the impact on the hotel guest experience minimal.

With water conservation systems now in place in the Western Cape, good early winter rains received, and winter rains expected to be as good or exceed the prior year, Cape Town dam levels are expected to much improved for the 2019 year ahead.

Visitors from across South Africa and the world have watched to see when and how Cape Town will recover from this unprecedented water crisis that faces over 120 cities worldwide. Cape Town has come through the crisis wiser, smarter, more united and more committed to tourism than ever.

Micheal Tollman, CEO Cullinan Holdings

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