The Orange Bowl is a fully self-catering outfit established in Paarl Western Cape.

It offers a luxury bedroom with an en-suite bathroom, adjoined by a fully serviced kitchen and built-in braai with a private garden patio. “A Room with a View” is also available and could accommodate a family of 4. It offers an open plan living area, kitchen and en-suite bathroom. It has braai and swimming facilities where any one can relax under some of the most loved thorn trees of our country such as the Baster Apiesdoring, Swart Apiesdoring, Blinkblaar Wag-‘n-bietjie, Soetdoring and a few well known other species. It offers a “tailor made” braai and relaxation facilities as well as DStv with Wi-Fi facilities.

It is strategically positioned at the entrance to one of the most prominent educational institutions in South Africa, Paarl Gymnasium High School, and in close proximity to most of the well known wine farms of the Boland and not far from the popular crayfish destinations on the West Coast.

Local Area

At the foot of the Paarl Mountain lies the famous KWV winery, the oldest and biggest wine producer in the country that played a major role in establishing South Africa in the international markets.

The area is known for its prestigious educational institutions such as Paarl Gymnasium High School, Paarl Boys School, Paarl Girls School as well as La Rochelle. These schools deliver many sports men and Springbok rugby players who are regarded the most phenomenal players in the world.

Afrikaans a prominent language in South Africa was borne here and lead to the creation of The Afrikaans Language Monument designed by an architect of note namely Jan van Wyk.

Most of the wine farms that contributed to making this area internationally famous are scattered close to each other and are very convenient to visit and is also a worth while culinary experience.

The French settlement in Franschhoek that is frequently visited is regarded as the culinary capital of the country.

Very few people know that this area make the biggest contribution to the geographical economic product of the Western Cape.