10 Things to Do in Wellington That You Shouldn't Miss
Discover the best top things to do in Wellington, South Africa including James Sedgwick Distillery, Diemersfontein Winery, Imbuko Wine Cellar, Welvanpas, Linton Park Wines, Upland Organic Wine, Welbedacht Wine Estate/Schalk Burger & Sons, Wellington Museum, Bains MTB Trails, Bovlei.
1. James Sedgwick Distillery
5 based on 16 reviews
Reviewed By RobertRAH-64 - Colorado Springs, ColoradoColorado Springs, Colorado
I decided to take a whiskey tasting/pairing while travelling through South Africa. The experience was really nice and I was able to taste a variety of offerings paired with food samplings. If you're looking to visit you'll have to make an appointment - yo
2. Diemersfontein Winery
4 based on 54 reviews
Reviewed By Emilie_gastronome - Bonheiden, BelgiumBonheiden, Belgium
Diemersfontein Wine & Country Estate is exquisite
It has all the attributes of a wine farm, beautiful location, ample grounds. The wine tasting was lovely and informal. We had lunch outside on the ‘stoep’ (verandah) at the Manor House because the main restaurant was being refurbished. The service was exc
3. Imbuko Wine Cellar
4.5 based on 36 reviews
Visit Imbuko Wines in Wellington for an unforgettable Wine Tasting Experience. We offer a tasting room snack menu and more than 25 wines to taste. Free wifi, a kids play area and amazing view. We are open from 09h00 - 17h00 weekdays and Saturday from 09h00 - 13h00. We are also offering an exciting and different food & wine pairing each month! Connect with us social media by following us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram for the latest updates on Specials & Promotions
Reviewed By Lynn M - Claremont, South AfricaClaremont, South Africa
So much potential, however...
Beautiful venue, lovely views... However so very disappointing. No greeting from the staff upon approaching the counter when we arrived at 12 20pm on Saturday to taste some wine. Staff were brusque. We were told to tick off which wines we wanted to taste
4.5 based on 21 reviews
Reviewed By RobertH16 - Johannesburg, South AfricaJohannesburg, South Africa
A group of eight of us visited this establishment for lunch and wine tasting as part of an organized wine walk. We were hosted by the owners and treated to some South African cooking and an informative history/wine making talk by Dan the owner. Such a gen
5. Linton Park Wines
5 based on 4 reviews
Linton Park Wines produce quality wine in Wellington, South Africa. Wide representation through global export.Brands: Linton Park, Louis Fourie & Rhino Wine. Supporters of Rhino Conservation.
Reviewed By Pauladca - Cape Town, South AfricaCape Town, South Africa
We intended to quickly pop in for a wine tasting and ended up having lunch and spending an afternoon of generous wine tasting portions where all they ask for was a contribution towards the Streetwise charity - supported by many restaurants in the Western
6. Upland Organic Wine
4.5 based on 6 reviews
Upland is a small QCS certified Organic fruit and wine farm that has been producing world class organic Brandy, Grappa, Port and Cabernet Sauvignon for over a decade. Upland's organic Grappa won the 'World's Best Grappa' at the Guldkorken International Competition in Stockholm and its list of international and local awards is impressive. Essential to phone ahead to reserve a booking.
Reviewed By 960clintw - Western Cape, South AfricaWestern Cape, South Africa
What a fine & passionate fellow!
Very off-the-beaten track venue - no signage to speak of so we nearly ended up in the middle of the bush in a very low-slung sportscar...HOWEVER, the tasting and personality of the Edmund & his amazing pack of hounds (see and you will understand!) made it
7. Welbedacht Wine Estate/Schalk Burger & Sons
4.5 based on 6 reviews
Reviewed By Ethnee H - Somerset West, South AfricaSomerset West, South Africa
This wine estate seems to be in financial trouble; although the web site advertises that the restaurant (called No 6) is open, it's not (closed for renovations but nothing is going on). There was a very knowledgeable young man on duty in the wine tasting
8. Wellington Museum
4.5 based on 6 reviews
Reviewed By rkiper - perthperth
What a hidden jewel!!
Ok, it’s not actually hidden, as it’s right there as a beautifully restored building by Wellington’s waterfront. Nevertheless, it may be taken for granted under the shadow of the (also) impressive Te Papa.Whilst it portraits specific items regarding Welli
9. Bains MTB Trails
5 based on 13 reviews
Reviewed By Rob G - Bellville, South AfricaBellville, South Africa
Some of the best MTB Trails in the country. There is plenty to keep the lungs gasping for air and the heart racing from adrenalin! The trails are generally well marked and there are 4 routes to choose from. Something for everyone! A must do in the Western
4 based on 13 reviews
Reviewed By sehp131 - London, United KingdomLondon, United Kingdom
Quiet and relaxed
Several of our wedding party stayed at Bovlei as there wasn't enough accomodation for all at Grand Dedale, but no-one felt it was second best. Everyojne complimented it's quiet and relaxed atmosphere and many will be returning in the future.