When you travel, you want to know that you and your loved ones are safe and that your wellbeing has been prioritised, whether you’re travelling for business or pleasure.

As a small, family-owned, independent group of hotels, Friday 27 March will mark the first time in over 90 years that we are unable to welcome guests and friends to our hotels.

The Petousis Hotel Group including the Vineyard, Oude Werf and Townhouse hotels, continue to carefully monitor recent developments and updates on the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus).

We’re so lucky to live in this beautiful part of the world! We do whatever we can to treat our environment with the love and care it deserves.

Petousis Family Holdings, which incorporates The Vineyard, Townhouse and Oude Werf hotels, has welcomed three new non-executive directors to their board.

Find out about our water saving initiatives and how you can save water when visiting the Western Cape.

Milk tart is one of our favourite afternoon treats, but our version is made with puff-pastry to create a delicious taste sensation. Come taste it at the restaurant and then try it at home with our recipe.

Read about our journey with Sikilela Dibela, from SIKIS KOFEE KAFE, which started a few months ago. Meet our Mr Coffee.

From street parties and markets to walks, duck parades and a celebration of Afrikaans literature, plan your visit to Stellenbosch now.

Oude Werf Restaurant is the spot where the congregation of South Africa’s first church worshipped. Find out more about the fascinating history of Oude Werf.

Your resolution for 2017, start every day with a cleansing smoothie. Here is Chef Jeromy’s favourite detox smoothie recipe. Get ready to be energised.

Enter our Heritage Week competition! To celebrate Heritage Week we’re giving away a dinner for two. What is your favourite song from the road-trip soundtracks of your youth? Tell us and you stand a chance to enjoy a dinner for two at Oude Werf Restaurant.