The Cellars-Hohenort

Cape Town Hotel
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Total meeting space136 sq. m
Guest rooms48
93 Brommerslvlei
Cape Town 7848

The Cellars-Hohenort

Cape Town Hotel
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Room features and guest services

  • Concierge services
  • Internet access
  • Laundry service
  • Luggage storage
  • Room service
  • View (Garden)
  • View (Mountain)


  • Onsite catering
  • Onsite gift shop
  • Onsite restaurant
  • Onsite security
  • Rental car service
  • Space (Outdoor)
  • Space (Private)
  • Wheelchair accessible

Business services

  • Business center

Recreational activities

  • Golf course on grounds
  • Outdoor pool
  • Spa or salon
  • Tennis courts

Venue accessible by

  • Airport shuttle
  • Taxi


  • Piano
  • Portable heaters

Photo gallery

Meeting space

Total meeting space136 sq. m
Meeting rooms3
Space (Private)Available
Space (Outdoor)Available

Guest rooms

Total guest rooms48
Double (Two beds)28
Double (Two beds) rateZAR2,600.00 – ZAR4,400.00



Local Attractions

The Cellars-Hohenort Award-Winning Gardens

1 minute away
The Cellars-Hohenort is located on nine acres of beautifully maintained land in the Constantia Valley of Cape Town. Its award-winning gardens contain myriad delights for guests, and garnered the Relais & Châteaux Garden Award in 2010 for their exceptional appearance. The gardens around the hotel declare the property’s long history, too, with trees dating back hundreds of years, while the more recent Rose Gardens formed part of Liz McGrath’s 20-year vision for the hotel. Currently there are more than 2 500 roses in the gardens, with the most recent addition being that of the Relais & Châteaux Rose, named for the 60th anniversary of the collective. Annually the rose beds require about six tons of compost. These gardens slope up Table Mountain’s side and are spectacular throughout the year, with different blooms revealing themselves across the seasons. The different sections of the gardens display some of Constantia’s best indigenous flora, and guests are encouraged to spend time experiencing an all-encompassing affair with the natural surrounds of The Cellars-Hohenort. From the fresh, epicurean smells of the Herb Garden through to the cool climate of the Fern Walk, the gardens are immaculately maintained. Different seasons, in turn, reveal the beauty of each garden; from the vibrant greens of the rainy winter season to the colourful blooms in spring, there is always something to see here. Guests may also delight in spotting the resident porcupine and watching the tentative movements of the chameleons, of which there are three colonies at The Cellars-Hohenort. Other eco-zones within the gardens include the hot garden, the rustic garden and the 950 vines on site. These vines are watered by Mother Nature, and maintained by the garden team at The Cellars-Hohenort.
93 Brommerslvlei
Cape Town, ZA

Chapman's Peak Drive

18 km away
Chapman’s Peak Drive winds its way between Noordhoek and Hout Bay on the Atlantic Coast on the south-western tip of South Africa. Chapman’s Peak Drive is one of the most spectacular marine drives in the world. The 9km route, with its 114 curves, skirts the rocky coastline of Chapman’s Peak (593m), which is the southerly extension of Constantiaberg and is a great hike for the energetically inclined. Chapman’s Peak Drive is affectionately known as “Chappies” and is a must for anyone who is passionate about the majestic Cape Town scenery, with sheer drops to the sea below and towering mountains rising above you. The twists and curves in the road seem endless and it is a photographers dream. It is a paradise for motorists, sightseers, picnickers, runners, hikers and bikers (both the motorised and the manual varieties). The drive offers stunning 180° views with many areas along the route where you can stop and take in the exquisite scenery or sit down for a relaxing picnic.
Chapman's Peak Drive
Cape Town, ZA

Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden

4 km away
Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden lives up to its reputation as the most beautiful garden in Africa and one of the great botanic gardens of the world. Few gardens can match the sheer grandeur of the setting of Kirstenbosch, against the eastern slopes of Cape Town’s Table Mountain. Kirstenbosch was established in 1913 to promote, conserve and display the extraordinarily rich and diverse flora of southern Africa, and was the first botanic garden in the world to be devoted to a country's indigenous flora. Kirstenbosch displays a wide variety of the unique plant life of the Cape Flora, also known as fynbos, including sugarbushes (Protea spp.), pincushions (Leucospermum spp.) and heaths (Erica spp.). Plants from all the diverse regions and biomes of southern Africa are also grown at Kirstenbosch, including a near-complete collection of cycads (Encephalartos spp.). The Botanical Society Conservatory is a custom-built glasshouse to grow and display plants from the arid regions that cannot survive outdoors. There are over 7 000 species in cultivation at Kirstenbosch, including many rare and threatened species. See more on the virtual tour. More than just a garden, Kirstenbosch is part of a nature reserve. The 36 hectare garden is part of a 528 hectare estate that contains protected mountainside supporting natural forest and fynbos along with a variety of animals and birds. The Kirstenbosch Estate borders the Table Mountain National Park, and the Garden merges seamlessly with the natural fynbos and forest of the mountain. Find out more Kirstenbosch lies in the heart of the Cape Floristic Region, also known as the Cape Floral Kingdom. In 2004 the Cape Floristic Region, including Kirstenbosch, was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site – another first for Kirstenbosch. It is the first botanic garden in the world to be included within a natural World Heritage Site. Kirstenbosch is the largest of a country-wide network of nine National Botanical Gardens administered by the South African National Biodiversity Institute (SANBI).
Rhodes Drive
Cape Town, ZA 7735

Table Mountain National Park

Historical landmark
20 km away
able Mountain is the most iconic landmark of South Africa. It is also the country’s most photographed attraction and its famous cable car took millions of people to its top. Table Mountain has become the single most welcoming icon to not only our people, but travellers from all over the world. But this mountain hides many surprises that wait to be discovered. It is much more than a scenic photograph background or a place from where you can take a breathtaking photo of Cape Town. There are about 2,200 species of plants found on Table Mountain and 1470 floral species. Many of these plants and flowers are endemic to this mountain. The magnificent Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens found on the eastern foot of the mountain. Founded in 1913, the garden that spans an area of 1300 acres includes a unique conservatory with plants from different parts of the world. Besides the parks, the whole area has a biodiversity that is rare to find in other places on earth. Its many valleys and streams make it an idyllic getaway from Cape Town. The national park’s most unique feature is its fynbos vegetation that is displayed here better than anywhere in the world. The Cape Floral region of the national park is one of the richest floral regions in the world. Over 70% of the flowers are endemic to the Table Mountain. It is no wonder that the mountain was chosen as one of the new seven world wonders. Its fauna is no less thrilling either. Although animals such as the cape lion, mountain zebra or the leopard are no longer found here, the park is still home to caracals, rock hyraxes or chacma baboons. The flat top peak of the mountain reaches 1,086 m above sea level, but being so close to the sea and to the city its features look more imposing.
Tafelberg Road
Cape Town, ZA

Castle of Good Hope

Historical landmark
15 km away
Built between 1666 and 1679 by the Dutch East India Company (VOC) as a maritime replenishment station, the Castle of Good Hope is the oldest surviving colonial building in South Africa. From 1678 it was the centre of civilian, administrative and military life at the Cape, until the settlement grew and some functions and activities moved away from the Castle. Today the Castle is the seat of the military in the Cape, and houses the Castle Military Museum and Iziko Museums of Cape Town (William Fehr Collection). The Castle of Good Hope is a service orientated public entity, striving to optimize its tourism potential and accessibility to the public and to preserve and protect its cultural and military heritage.
Corner of Darling and Buitenkant Streets
Cape Town, ZA

Boulders Beach

34 km away
Boulders Penguin Colony in Simons Town is home to a unique and endangered land-based colony of African Penguins. This colony is one of only a few in the world, and the site has become famous and a popular international tourist destination. The Boulders section of TMNP consists of 3 pristine beaches, 1 penguin viewing area and 3 boardwalks. The boardwalks were built as a measure to allow for viewing of these wonderful birds, whilst keeping them safe from poking fingers, so please be sure to stay on the boardwalks at all times within the viewing area. This beach is ideal for children as immense boulders shelter the cove from currents, wind and large waves - but please always take care. Don't touch or feed the penguins – they may look cute and cuddly but their beaks are as sharp as razors and if they feel threatened they have no qualms about nipping the odd finger or nose.
Kleintuin Road
Simon's Town
Cape Town, ZA

V&A Waterfront

17 km away
Situated at the foot of Table Mountain, within a stone's throw from the Cape Town Stadium and in the heart of Cape Town's working harbour, the V&A Waterfront offers the visitor an abundance of unforgettable experiences. Indoor shopping and entertainment venues seamlessly merge with ocean vistas and mountain views and the fresh sea breeze and warm African sun add zest to a cosmopolitan, vibrant atmosphere. More than 80 restaurants bring a fusion of international food, from rustic al fresco fish and chips to starched table-cloth cuisine.
Victoria & Alfred Waterfront
Breakwater Boulevard
Cape Town, ZA

Cape Point

59 km away
Named the ‘Cape of Storms’ by Bartolomeu Dias in 1488; the ‘Point’ was treated with respect by sailors for centuries. By day, it was a navigational landmark and by night, and in fog, it was a menace beset by violent storms and dangerous rocks that over the centuries littered shipwrecks around the coastline. In 1859 the first lighthouse was completed; it still stands at 249 metres above sea-level on the highest section of the peak and is now used as the centralised monitoring point for all the lighthouses on the coast of South Africa. Access to this historical building is by an exhilarating 3 minute ride in the wheelchair accessible Flying Dutchman funicular that transfers visitors from the lower station at 127 metres above sea level, to the upper station at 286 metres above sea level. Table Mountain National Park forms part of the Cape Floral Region, a World Heritage Site. It includes the majestic Table Mountain chain, which stretches from Signal Hill to Cape Point, and the coastlines of the Cape Peninsula. This narrow stretch of land, dotted with beautiful valleys, bays and beaches, contains a mix of extraordinarily diverse and unique fauna and flora.
Mountain National Park
Cape Peninsula
Cape Town, ZA

Distance from airport

  • 24 km from venue


  • Complimentary parking
  • Bus parking


Location is everything when choosing a venue, be it for a high-powered corporate event, a wedding, a bachelor party or celebrating a special milestone in your life. If you are looking for a place to host your event, look no further than The Cellars-Hohenort. For corporate events you can take your team out of their comfort zone, without compromising their wellbeing, by choosing our tailor made-tours. Imagine a high-powered training session or a team-building event away from the sterile confines of a typical boardroom. Instead, picture big, airy rooms with huge windows that let natural light flood in, and offer views of our well-manicured gardens. Add a few wandering ducks on the lawns, and you have arrived at The Cellars-Hohenort.

Cancellation policy

All cancellations must be received and acknowledged by our sales office in writing. Summer (October – March) – All reservations cancelled 30 days or less prior to arrival, will result in 100% cancellation fees. Winter (April – September) – All reservations cancelled 14 days or less prior to arrival, will result in 100% cancellation fees. In the event of an early departure or a no show, 100% cancellation fees will apply.

Additional information

The Cellars-Hohenort is centrally situated in the Constantia Winelands, which makes it a perfect escape to host your next corporate function. Our gardens offer tranquil surrounds ideal for outdoor activities, while our intimate meeting rooms are excellent for small, executive-level meetings. We have three meeting rooms at The Cellars-Hohenort, Seeliger, Spilhaus and Klaasenbosch, and can accommodate 18 to 45 people respectively. We offer innovative conferencing packages that will not only get your team’s creative juices flowing, but will also awaken their culinary senses through food from our two restaurants, Greenhouse and The Conservatory. When it comes to accommodation our guests will be spoilt for choice, from double rooms to luxury double rooms, suites, premier suites and experiencing the lap of luxury in The Madiba Villa.


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