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When: Tuesday 9 August 2016
Time: 14h00 - 16h30
Venue: Rhone Homestead at Boschendal
Price: R295
Status: Passed

To celebrate Women's Day we are hosting a lavish High Tea in the historical Rhone Homestead. Take this opportunity to show your appreciation for a special woman or simply treat yourself and friends.

Enjoy a table laden with freshly baked patisserie, delightful cakes, scones, savouries and much more in the beautiful setting of Boschendal’s historic Rhone Homestead. The High Tea will be taking place on 9 August 2016 and is priced at R295 per person, including a variety of loose leaf teas, freshly brewed coffee & a glass of Methodé Cap Classique.

Reservations can be made by contacting or +27 (0) 21 870-4274.

Explore The Boschendal Estate


Guest accommodation is a recent addition to the farm with luxury accommodation ranging from the historical Herbert Baker designed Rhodes Cottage to beautifully restored farm labourer cottages. With emphasis on stylish simplicity the guest cottages are authentic, rural yet contemporary in character.

Our Wines

Given our exceptional winemaking heritage of almost 300 years, the Boschendal cellar masters meticulously balance rustic tradition and modern innovation to produce classic, fruity wines while upholding the ecological integrity that has become synonymous with our brand.

Eat & Drink

The Cape Dutch farms were historically renowned for their warm welcome and generous hospitality. What crowned this welcome was the Cape table, laden with wholesome dishes made from ingredients from the farm’s werf and fields.