A Cape Victorian village established in the mid 1800's and officially named McGregor in 1906 - still rural and relatively undeveloped. McGregor has an old world charm with a small population of farm labourers, retired artists, writers, musicians and other eclectic characters.
Night skies are clear and the stars bright. There is no traffic at night and the only sound you may hear is the church clock softly chiming.
The Breede River Valley is renowned for its wine farms and is at the start of the world famous Route 62 with beautiful scenic vineyards, tasting rooms, local markets selling delicious tastes of the area and restaurants that boast high standards and amazing views - there are many antique stores and shopping opportunities.
Close to many art galleries, good restaurants and wine farms. You’ll love the room because of the location and the serenity. We are also in the wine valley on Route 62. The room is good for a couple – 2 children can be accommodated in an adjacent room by arrangement.