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About Fraai Uitzicht 1798

A gem of a retreat lies in the heart of the Robertson Valley on the scenic Route 62. Here, nestling among the majestic Langeberg hills, a beautiful wine and guest farm with the award-winning restaurant welcomes you. With spectacular views across the Robertson wine valley and surrounded by a wealth of bird-life it is the ideal place to relax and enjoy the beauty and tranquility of nature.

Beautifully appointed guest cottages and suites provide superior accommodation, overlooking the Robertson Wine Valley, Sonderend Mountains, fruit orchards and vineyards – some of them right outside your door.

Individually appointed suites each offer a private outside entrance and en-suite facilities.

Cozy cottages built in the Cape Dutch Style, with open reed ceilings, modern interiors and French doors opening onto the verandas and cottages situated beside the Historic Wine Cellar, keeping the original charm of the 1800’s with wooden ceilings and natural colours, welcomes you to a tranquil vineyard experience.


Experience the delights of a truly great restaurant in the heart of the Robertson Valley.

Share the bonhomie of a dining room fire, or chat with friends on summer days on the veranda where huge umbrellas provide shade -absorb the beauty, relax and enjoy the tranquil ambience. Attentive hosts provide a friendly and cosy ambience for a fine dining experience in this award-winning restaurant. The menu portraits country style cuisine offering seasonal fresh dishes made from fresh vegetables and just-picked herbs from the garden. Generous portions ensure culinary delight. Exquisite desserts and the best wines of the Robertson Valley, including the handcrafted Fraai Uitzicht 1798 Merlot, compliment a memorable meal.

Highly recommended and one of Fraai Uitzicht 1798 most indulgent experiences is The Fine Wine and Dine Menu, a seven-course set menu, with specially selected wines to accompany each course. The menu also includes coffee and Brandy.


Visit the historic wine cellar, one of the oldest in the valley, and see the original woodwork and handcrafted beams. In this ancient atmosphere the handcrafted Merlot is produced as a joy of life. Some vintages are available from this hostoric wine cellar, Merlot 2003, 2004 and 2005. The release of the Merlot 2006 is planned for early 2009, whilst the Merlot 2008 is maturing in French and American Oak barrels.

  • Minimum stay: 1 Days
  • Type: Guest House
  • Sleeps: 22
  • Check-in: 2:00 PM
    Check-out: 11:00 AM
  • Reviews: 10 Reviews


  • Swimming Pool
  • Wi-Fi
  • Credit Card Facilities
  • Restaurant on Premises
  • Parking on Premises

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • German
  • Afrikaans


  • 4 Stars - Tourism Grading Council of South Africa
  • AA Highly Recommended

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Reviews for Fraai Uitzicht 1798

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Jürgen Buchner
23 January 2019

We immediately felt welcome. especially the loving details in the design of the entire ambience impressed us. The landscaped garden is a real genial , all in one, you would like to come back!

Volker Wolfslast
17 January 2018

All was good, especially the view from the dinner terrasse.

Timothy Hadsel Mares
23 October 2017

A special place with wonderful owners, staff, and dogs

Annalize Theron
02 June 2017

We enjoyed everything - the breakfast, dinner, accommodation, the gardens, etc. This was our third time visiting and we will definitely visit again.

Maggie Slingsby
21 April 2017

Everything was lovely. The beautiful garden to wander in, stunning views, pleasant and cheerful staff and the fact that we were left to just enjoy ourselves. Highly recommended.

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Fraai Uitzicht 1798 is 13km from the centre of Robertson , the nearest airport 157.5km (Cape Town International Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling