Babylonstoren Deals & Specials
Beat the winter chills with a cosy #hotel stay at Babylonstoren. 🍃
And, we've got a hot offer for #local guests:
Get 50% off your stay when you visit us before 31 October 2020. (T’s & C’s apply). Book online here -bit.ly/3hfCb3L pic.twitter.com/AFHazOzZ8u
— Babylonstoren (@babylonstoren) August 22, 2020
Plum season starts in November and ends in February. Our farmers are currently harvesting a cultivar called Black Pearl. If you pass by the Greenhouse, do help yourself to a fresh plum. PHOTO: Sophia van den Hoek 🍑 #inseason #franschhoek pic.twitter.com/gXev9VcVsI
— Babylonstoren (@babylonstoren) January 3, 2019
For Babel’s first offering of the day our chefs serve food to promote energy and balance – from freshly picked fruit & veggies, to free-range farm eggs and everything in between. Book at 021 863 3852 | Open daily | Menu: https://t.co/MtoIxBYnLb #breakfast #Babelrestaurant pic.twitter.com/WD4VWQS751
— Babylonstoren (@babylonstoren) October 29, 2018
While we were sleeping, our cellar master was pouring wine in sunny San Diego at @3rdcornerwine wine shop & bistro. The tasting ended with our #flagship red, the #Nebukadnesar. Today Charl is off to #Hattiesburg for a wine dinner at @ppchattiesburg. 🇺🇸🍷👑 pic.twitter.com/KVngfIC8Ot
— Babylonstoren (@babylonstoren) August 23, 2018
The design of our #Greenhouse was inspired by the Victorian-era glasshouses, and we use it to shelter special plants like vanilla, dragon fruit, pineapples, turmeric and ginger from the cold and wet winters of the #Drakenstein Valley. #gardening pic.twitter.com/zRWXMYz4Kx
— Babylonstoren (@babylonstoren) March 7, 2018
GARDEN TOURS starting 1 September 🌱🌿
One tour everyday, free of charge.
Book here – https://t.co/BvTM7vjRAR. Or contact us at 021 863 3852.
Meet your host at the Farm Shop at 10h00.
*Entry fee at the gate: R10 on weekdays, R20 on weekends & public holidays. pic.twitter.com/obQAMS460D
— Babylonstoren (@babylonstoren) August 28, 2020
Green #olives are just unripe black olives. We start picking when the trees are covered half green olives and half black olives. The green olives add a green, cut grass character to the oil, and the black olives make the oil fuller and more fruity. #farmtotable
— Babylonstoren (@babylonstoren) April 25, 2019