The little Town of Barrydale lies nestled at the foot of the beautiful Langeberge in the heart of the Tradouw Valley, close to where the Northern exit of the Tradouw Pass winds through the Mountains to meet Route 62, the longest Wine Route in the World! Barrydale is one of those beautiful little Villages that beckon one to linger and has something too offer everyone! It lies on the Border between the Cape Overberg and the succulent Klein Karoo, which starts just North of the Town. It is no surprise to learn that Barrydale’s History began; when Farmers moved into the Valley to search for Fertile Land, with water. The Climate here is perfect for growing Fruit Trees: Apples; Pears; Oranges; Apricots; Figs; Peaches and Grape Orchards, lie scattered across the Valley. Any time of year, in this Valley is beautiful: Summer is ripe with fruit; Autumn heralds in the Protea Season; Winter is a tapestry of colour, as the surrounding Klein Karoo, renowned for its: Aloes; Milkbush; Concertina Plant and Succulents, which have broken into flower!
The little Village is also easily accessible. One can approach Barrydale from the Garden Route along the Tradouw Pass, from Montagu or from Oudtshoorn across the relentless plateau of the Klein Karoo - each of them beautiful and scenic. The Town’s cellars are set in their very own Region of Origin, the Tradouw Valley - the smallest in the Country - that produces incredible Brandies and Wines! Visit the Farm known as the Manger, in nearby Lemoenshoek to walk the Labyrinth and the Peace Pagoda; walk through Barrydale’s Heritage Garden; restore body and soul at the Warmwaterberg Hot Springs or hike in the surrounding Hills.

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