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Chart Farm

  • 4.3

  • from 1650 Google reviews

About the garden

Picturesque Chart Farm situated in the heart of the Southern Suburbs near Wynberg Park in Cape Town, offers a farm-style retreat from the city.

Chart Farm prides itself on being the only place in the Cape Peninsula where you can select and pick your own roses.

Purchased in 1934, the farm has been in the family ever since. This historic farm currently has over 12 hectares of arable land where you will find our English style rose garden, grape vines, lemon trees, farmstall, coffee shop, horse riding and large event spaces with panoramic views stretching all the way to False Bay.

Opening times

Farmstall 9 am – 4.30 pm

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Cafe or restaurant

No cafe or restaurant on site

Shops

None

7708

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Google reviews

  • 4.3

  • from 1650 Google reviews

Judith (CapeTownWithKids.com)

a month ago

5

This is such an amazing breakfast/brunch spot for the entire family. You can enjoy beautiful mountain views from the garden outside seating area, the breakfast menu is delicious and the kids can go wild in the rose fields and pick the most beautiful roses for their very own flower bouquet. We had a huge Croissant, Eggs Benedict and milkshake. Once the tummies were full, we got ourselves a bucket and strolled around the rose garden. The kids had so much fun picking their favourite roses! We can highly recommend this place as it is a win-win for the entire family.

Danie van der Merwe

2 months ago

5

Some beautiful views from the tea room. Well worth having a walk too through the beautiful rose gardens. You can pay and pick your own roses, or buy jams etc from the shop next to the tea room. Their carrot cake was especially good - moist and tasty.

Duncan Alfreds

a month ago

5

This place is in an amazing location with perfect views of the mountain. That alone should be enough for this to be a highlight in the city, but combine that with wonderfully laid out roses, and you've got a winner. Close to the M3 highway, the place serves guests with the ability to pick their own roses in a relaxed peaceful environment, away from the hustle and bustle. There is no judgement on what roses you choose to pick for R8 each. The parking is adequate and there's also a restaurant on site for those who wish to have a bite while there anyway. They cater for those with wheelchairs in that the paths are clearly laid out to navigate the many rose bushes. It does get very hot here in summer and there are a few shady areas where you can relax as you hunt for roses. As a bonus, there is no cost to enter.

Naz

9 months ago

5

Beautiful venue. We had coffee and the most delicious lemon meringue and mezze platter. We were lucky to find a table, so please book ahead. The rose picking was an absolute treat!

Terri Lombaard

a year ago

5

Simply lovely breakfast. The outside area was full, but a table inside did the trick. Took a stroll through the gardens after our meal. So beautiful. I had the chicken mayo toastie, my friend had the eggs Benedict with salmon.

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+27 21 761 0434

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