Situated centrally near Wynberg Park in Cape Town, Chart Farm offers a farm-style retreat from the city. As the only place in the Cape Peninsula where you can select and pick your own roses, Chart Farm offers a unique experience for visitors, many of whom are tourists. The Coffee Terrace, aptly…
A local gem, delightful coffee shop, freshly made cakes and scones with the most amazing views over the Constantia Valley PLUS you can walk around the rose gardens and pick your own hand selected roses, secateurs are provided.
Pick your own beautiful roses. Farm stall and coffee shop. Enjoy breakfast or a lunch overlooking the lush rolling hills of the Constantia Valley.
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“Wind back the clock to a time when Africa was explored in a Kombi. Opening its doors in early 2017, Kiff Kombi Tours aim was to create an alternative Cape Town tour for travellers that wanted something bona fide. It has hit the ground running by already being named in the Top 10 Tours in Cape Town. The company’s founders pride themselves on curating the freshest itineraries and experiences. Their aim is to delve into unchartered territories of the city on a grass roots level. Kiff Kombi will always continue to strive in offering the most affordable day tours in Cape Town, while still maintaining high quality and authenticity.”
“Situated centrally near Wynberg Park in Cape Town, Chart Farm offers a farm-style retreat from the city. As the only place in the Cape Peninsula where you can select and pick your own roses, Chart Farm offers a unique experience for visitors, many of whom are tourists. The Coffee Terrace, aptly named The View @ Chart Farm, which is under new proprietorship, serves teas, cakes, breakfasts and lunches, and with magnificent views of the Constantia valley is a great meeting place.”
“A coffee bar cafe in Manenberg run by locals, who have created a super cool vibe, where you can head in and experience some of the culture and sounds and smells of the Cape Flats while enjoying a lively conversation and some great coffee…”