Contemporary Meets Colonial: The rear façade, which was inspired by the Cape Dutch farmhouses of South Africa.

Contemporary Meets Colonial

The rear façade of Patrick Printy and Dan Holland's house in Sonoma County, which was inspired by the Cape Dutch farmhouses of South Africa.

Babylonstoren near Franschhoek, South Africa, is set on a 615-acre working farm and winery

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Babylonstoren, is located in the heart of the Cape Winelands, Cape Town. Formerly one of the Winelands oldest estates, now a luxury hotel and working guest farm.

Located about 40 miles outside Cape Town in the renowned wine region of Franschhoek, the lush 500-acre Babylonstoren feels more like a utopia than a farm. Originally cultivated by French Huguenot refugees in the late 1600s, today the former estate's historic grounds house a staggeringly beautiful maze of gardens and vineyards populated by crisp, traditional Cape Dutch-style buildings.

Babylonstoren

Babylonstoren South Africa's rural oasis offering a garden of earthly delights - Also check out Stellenbosch Slow Food Market Sat.

Babylonstoren in South Africa | Rue

In the Cape Winelands, near Franschhoek, Babylonstoren is a stylish, luxurious farm hotel and wine estate with the famous Babel Restaurant, a spa and hip rooms.

Babylonstoren is a designer hotel on a South African Cape Winelands farm

Babylonstoren

Babylonstoren is a designer hotel on a South African Cape Winelands farm

"Babylonstoren" in South Africa. The Wine tasting space, the bakery, the cheese & charcuterie shop and the Garden Spa.

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Inspiration exterieur Cape Dutch - Babylonstoren Farm Hotel

in the Cape Dutch tradition Babylonstoren was founded in and the manor…


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