Take a drive out to the Breëriver and discover a modern masterpiece, hidden behind gravel roads and kilometres of vineyards.

Bosjes, located on the R43 between Worcester and Wolseley; opened their restaurant, tea garden and chapel to the public in 2017.

The chapel is so unique, the sheer beauty of its architecture and location will leave you in awe of its surroundings. Surrounded by vineyards; the chapel’s futuristic curved white roof and glass walls makes this masterpiece the focal point of the farm. According to the owners, the chapel was inspired by Psalm 36:7 which reads: “How precious, O God, is Your constant love! We find protection under the shadow of Your wings”.

A walkway across a shallow pond allows for symmetricity which gives the illusion that the building is floating on water. The chapel is used as a wedding venue with its panoramic view of the Breëriver valley.

Adjacent to the chapel you will find the gardens. Wonder around in this relaxing and serene environment which also features water sculptures surrounded with ponds containing colourful water lilies, butterflies and birdlife. From the gardens leads a footpath up a small hill which gives you unsurpassed views of the farm and the open valley.

A evident labyrinth-like features of the garden leads onto the Tea Garden. Situated in a circular open space, containing lush green grass and a pond surrounded by rocks, shrubs and plant life; the tea garden allows for a relaxing afternoon savouring some of the finest cakes and deserts in the area.

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Bosjes Kombuis (Kitchen), the restaurant, is found 500m up the gravel road from the chapel. Yet again, this building has been carefully planned to optimize the location and scenic views of the farm.

With its large glass windows and wide-open spaces, the restaurant allows for a tranquil environment where families, friends and loved ones can appreciate nature from an elevated setting while the chef takes them on a culinary journey. The restaurant leads out onto another garden containing a wall filled with delft pieces illustrating a “tree of life”.

The farm also offers 5km & 12km hiking routes for the adventurer, functions and conference spaces. Accommodation is also available at the farm’s guesthouse which includes continental breakfast and the option of a homecooked meal for dinner.

The restaurants are open from Wednesday to Sunday, 10:00 – 16:00.

This is a spectacular guest farm with gorgeous architectural pieces in a serene setting, just 90 minutes from Cape Town.

Bosjes Kitchen & Tea Garden | R43 | +2723 004 0496

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