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Afrika-Pearl Guest House has received a Best Value Self-Catering accommodation award for 2017.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

the jewel of the cape winelands

PEACEFUL, QUIET, CALM AND SERENE SURROUNDINGs

This Historic home set in a tranquil garden in the peaceful centre of Paarl is a hidden gem soon to be discovered by the discerning traveller of note.

The Perfect base for exploring the winelands, cheese and olive farms and many boutique styled working farms.

Comfortable armchairs invite the discerning traveller to while away the hours enjoying the lush indigenous garden.

It is our pleasure to welcome you to Afrika Pearl Guesthouse`s rooms by adding a few spoils free of charge.

Comfortable beds with fresh crisp linens awaits you…

Relax under the African sun and take a refreshing dip in the pool

https://www.afristay.com
Afrika-Pearl Guest House has received a Best Value Self-Catering accommodation award for 2017.

This Historic home set in a tranquil garden in the peaceful centre of Paarl is a hidden gem, soon to be discovered by the discerning traveller of note. Within walking distance of many historic landmarks; museums, monuments, restaurants and pubs. The Perfect base for exploring the winelands, cheese and olive farms and many boutique styled working farms.

 

 

INTERESTING FACTS

THE FIRST AFRIKAANS NEWS PAPER IN SOUTH AFRICA WAS PRINTED UP THE ROAD.

Afrika Pearl Guest House  is situated in Paarl Western Cape; Cnr 4th and Patriot streets. Our street is steeped in history as the first printing press in the Western Cape “resided” here.
Our Guest House owner; Johan van Rensburg recalls finding old printing blocks as a child in the house of his friends.

The house was the building that originally housed the first Afrikaans News Paper in South Africa!

The Paarl Post was first published on 14 January 1905 as direct successor to the famous rebel newspaper Die Afrikaanse Patriot, the first Afrikaans newspaper in South Africa. 

nearby attractions

Afrikaanse Taal Monument

Did you know? The Afrikaans Taal monument is only 6km`s from our Historic guest house?

The Afrikaanse Taal Monument is the only monument in the world erected in honour of a language and its origins.

The idea to build a monument for the Afrikaans language was announced on 14 August 1942 during the unveiling of a memorial plaque at the cemetery on the farm Kleinbosch outside Paarl. Read more about this impressive monument.