Lady Loch Country House, previously known as Lady Loch Guesthouse is nestled in the heart of the Winelands. Whether you are on holiday or on a business trip, we offer you friendly service and a relaxed atmosphere. Here you can rewind and refresh your soul in the gentleness of our lovely well-maintained garden, on the banks of the Berg river. You can relax on your patio with the view of vineyards and mountains all around you.

Lady Loch Bridge

About Lady Loch Country House

Lady Loch Country House & SPA has 4 stars, offers excellent accommodation with 8 big units and cool terraces. The guest house, SPA and conference facility are conveniently situated on 2 hectares with gardens full of flowers on the Bergriver on the outskirts of Wellington, the Western Cape, South Africa, a beautiful and historic town, surrounded by beautiful countryside, in the heart of South Africa’s Wine lands.

The General Manager Anneline (South-African – Afrikaans/English) will give you a warm welcome you to the guesthouse.
The owners of the guesthouse is Johan (Dutch) and Christina (French) since 01 June 2019.

The first inhabitants of the Berg River Valley go back as far as the Stone Age. This period stretches over thousands of years to the San and Khoi groups of the 18th & 19th century. Artefacts from these early ages have been found around the Bain’s Kloof Mountains and hills surrounding Wellington can be seen in the local museum. Originally known as Limiet Valley (border or frontier valley), the area became known as Val Du Charron or Wagenmakersvallei (Valley of the Wagon maker) towards the end of the 17th century when the French Huguenots settled here. After the eventual establishment of the town in 1840, the name was changed to Wellington in honour of the Duke of Wellington, renowned soldier and conqueror of Napoleon at the Battle of Waterloo.

Lady Loch Steel Bridge in Wellington, Western Cape was originally a wooden bridge in 1853 Wellington to gain access across the Berg River between Cape Town and Paarl. It was named “Lady Loch” after the wife of the Governor of the Cape Colony and High Commissioner of South Africa, Sir Henry Loch.

Lady Loch Country House is situated 45 minutes from Cape Town (International Airport), 20 minutes from Paarl, 30 minutes from Franschhoek and Stellenbosch.

  • We offer the following:
  • Free secured parking
  • Taxi service on request
  • Braai facilities
  • Swimming pool
  • SPA treatments & Jacuzzi
  • Conference facility up to 30 persons – Catering meals for lunch & dinner can be ordered.
  • Liquor permit for on-site consumption available
  • Fishing in Bergriver
  • Swings down at the river
  • Some attractions close by:
  • Wine tasting
  • Big Five Safari
  • Wine- and Garden Route
  • 42 golf courses
  • Tafelberg
  • Bainskloof Pass Hiking trails
  • Fine Dining at several restaurants