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Chart Farm

  • 4.3

  • from 1524 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

Useful details

Cafe or restaurant

No cafe or restaurant on site




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Google reviews

  • 4.3

  • from 1524 Google reviews

Jarret van zyl

4 weeks ago


I enjoyed the environment, the scenery is really spectacular and the coffee came quickly and hot. Service was good however we went on a Sunday and it was really busy. Our food took a long time to come around and our toast was short a few pieces. Other than that it was great.

Nabeelah Davids

a month ago


The roses and all is beautiful.. To pick roses and pay is understandable. However to simply go in and take a few pictures we were charged R500. We weren't bothering anyone and we spend only 30 minutes there just wanted to get a few beautiful pictures in my wedding dress. We were not allowed in unless we paid. I understand that's the rules but I simply don't understand why we were forced to pay simply to just be there. My friend was also quoted R1000 to take her engagement pictures there.


a week ago


WHAT A GEM! Having seen this restaurant and always wanting to visit it, I decided this morning to take my family for an extra ordinary outside breakfast. WHAT STUNNING VIEWS! PERFECT LOCATION. To be honest, I would wear a jacket or coat if I was going there. Between the cold food and ice cold personality of the staff, this place should be advertised as a winter get away. The boring menu was way over priced for the simplicity that arrived on the plate. Having just ordered the Traditional Breakfast, I was hoping for an enjoyable meal. The waiter got the toast wrong and after almost finishing our meals, I eventually got up and went to fetch the toast myself, that was sitting on the shelf, also getting cold. NOT 1 of the staff smiled, the entire time that we were in the restaurant. Clearly these people have no idea on how to run a restaurant, and are only surviving because of their location. Personally I'd never recommend this place to anyone that has any real culinary values, or simply doesn't wish to be ripped off. Like I said in the beginning. What a gem. However some gems are better NEVER DISCOVERED.

Shaun & Wendy Smith

a month ago


Beautiful surroundings. Lovely outside under the trees. Was very busy and under the circumstances, service was good. Scones were very good as usual and lemon meringue excellent. Drinks were good as well. Enjoyable relaxing afternoon.

Ria Berg

a month ago


Have been lovingly revamped. Looking fresh and welcoming. Menu smaller, but totally addiquate. Presentation and quality very good. I take it, a liquor license had been obtained, as wine was served. We were so pleasantly impressed by the serving staff, who not only were very professional, smart. It was nearing closing time, on a rather hot and humid day, yet, all of them, still had a spring in their step and a smile on their face. This was very much appreciated!

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+27 21 761 0434

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