Babylonstoren: A 200-hectare farm located in the Drakenstein Valley, Western Cape.
Ammenities: Surrounded by the vineyards and orchards of the Simonsberg Mountains.
Style: 17th and 18th Century Cape Dutch Architecture
Features: Whitewashed stone walls, ornate gables and thatched roofs.
Mix: Contemporary architectural details.
Uses: to cultivate more sensitive plants, as well as functioning as a more informal tea room.
Menu: sample fresh salads cultivated from the garden, breads from their old wood-fired oven, along with a variety of dressed meats and handcrafted cheeses.