Rhebokskloof Farm, the name of which has been derived from one of the local animals, the Reebok is located at the foot of the Paarl Mountains. The settling of German, French and English farmers in Rhebokskloof in the 17th century, brought about a change in architecture, and later was also responsible for the development of the main city, Paarl.
The 180 hectare farm is well known for its wines – both red and white – all of which can be sampled at the l'oeil tasting room. Furthermore the Victorian Restaurant, which is located on the farm, offers breakfasts, teas, light lunches, and dinners, with incredible views of the surrounding vineyards, lakes and mountains.
Rhebokskloof Farm also has conference and function venues, ranging from boardrooms to a free form tent, and accommodating between 20 and 300 guests.