A leading wine and fruit farm could be the ideal attraction for those wine enthusiants taking flights to South Africa.

A leading wine and fruit farm could be the ideal attraction for those wine enthusiants taking flights to South Africa.Babylonstoren is 240-hectare farm located in the Drakenstein Valley, which is in the centre of the Cape Winelands and it has decided to open its doors to guests, reports Easier.com.

The farm’s restaurant, Babel, opened just three weeks ago and many critics are predicting that the establishment is already set to be a major hit, especially as it has a head chef who trained at Quartier Francais.

The menu is also set to reflect the farm’s extensive gardens, which has stocks of more than 300 vegetables, herbs and fruits. A range of other produce, such as cheese and meat is also locally sourced.

Created in the 17th Century, Babylonstoren has 12 luxury suites available to guests. In addition, larger parties can stay at the exclusive Cape Dutch manor house, which was built in 1977.

Written by Erin Marshall.

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