Stay at Delaire Graff

The Jewel of the Cape Winelands

David Collins Studio – designed interiors honour our cultural heritage, beautifully complemented by contemporary art and sculpture. Experience unparalleled luxury and complete privacy at each of our lodges, exquisite sanctuaries with private gardens, plunge pools and views that stretch across our vineyards, extending to the mountain ranges on the horizon.



View from a Superior Lodge living room towards the terrace and plunge pool with views towards False Bay and Stellenbosch vineyards

Superior Lodges

Opening on to private decks and heated plunge pools, our 76 m² Superior Lodges each offer a living room and one bedroom. Ideal for families or couples travelling together, Superior Lodges can be interconnected. 

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Garden Lodges

Overlooking private leafy gardens that are in bloom every day of the year, each of our tranquil 70 m² Deluxe Lodges offers an en-suite bedroom, serene living room and private terrace with a heated plunge pool. 

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Luxury Lodges

Our 70 m² Luxury Lodges each offer their own private plunge pool, accessed via an en-suite bedroom and living room, with views of the vineyard over the Superior Lodge rooflines, backdropped by Simonsberg Mountain. 

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Presidential Lodge 1

The two-bedroom, 130 m² Presidential Lodge 1 offers a central living area with a log fireplace and large dining area, kitchen, dressing room, private 12 m heated pool and views across the vineyards towards Table Mountain. 

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Presidential Lodge 2

The two-bedroom, 130 m² Presidential Lodge 2 enjoys exceptional views of the vineyards and Simonsberg Mountain in the distance from the spacious living area, outside dining terrace, private 12 m heated pool and pool deck. 

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Fall in Love with Wellness at Delaire Graff Estate

Experience an immersive two-day retreat at Delaire Graff Lodges & Spa, with a programme of mindful spa rituals curated by Spa Manager Hildegard Carstens – and leave feeling rested, renewed, and restored.

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Lodge highlights

Breakfast served in-lodge on the terrace at Delaire Graff Estate

Breakfast Options

A sumptuous breakfast is served at Hōseki Restaurant or enjoy your first meal of the day in bed or on your private terrace.

Wet Bar

Indulge in an opulent choice of complimentary drinks from the wet bar that graces your private terrace, where you can savour the vistas in ultimate luxury.

Gourmet treats and gin at Delaire Graff Estate Lodges

Gourmet Treats

Your complimentary personal bar is stocked with tempting, locally made treats, from artisanal gin to handmade chocolates.

Delaire Graff Estate wine and sharing platter

A Taste of Delaire

Enjoy Delaire Graff’s finest vintages surrounded by spellbinding views.

Time Out

Work out in the Estate’s light-filled gym or relax by the central 22m swimming pool, both of which are exclusively reserved for Lodge and Villa guests.

A Lodge pillow and tan leather headboard at Delaire Graff Estate South Africa

Pillow Menu

Whether you prefer classic down, memory foam or anything in-between, our comprehensive pillow menu ensures a superb night’s sleep.

“It is a rare privilege to enhance nature. I first laid eyes on Delaire Graff Estate in 2003, and its beauty astounded me. It is now my home in South Africa, and I hope you visit soon.”

– Laurence Graff

The Owner’s Villa

Laurence Graff’s private retreat, this two-level, four-bedroom, 660 m² architectural masterpiece offers a 14 m heated infinity pool, expansive outdoor living and dining areas, and views over Stellenbosch Valley towards Table Mountain. 

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Stories from the estate

Jewel of The Cape

Words by: Amanda Barnes
Read time: 5 minutes

Award-winning wine and travel writer Amanda Barnes discovers how the spirit of the first pioneers who founded the Stellenbosch Valley lives on in the region’s illustrious wine heritage, Cape Dutch architecture and spectacular 360-degree panoramas.

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