One of the biggest advantage when staying over at Babylonstoren is that everything you eat or taste can be purchased in their Tasting area / Farm shop.
The Babylonstoren garden contains over 300 varieties of edible plants. Fruit and veggies are harvested year round and use in their restaurant. Meals are served anywhere on the farm, depending on the season and the weather.
Babylonstoren's new additions include a wine shop, featuring their own wine, but also those of the 28 cellars situated around the slopes of the Simonsberg Mountains. They also have a delicatessen specializing in a 'charcuterie' where you can buy a variety of meats, a cheese room full of handcrafted cheeses, and to top it all, a bakery producing artisan breads, baked in a wood fire oven.
And last a teahouse, located under old oak trees at the back of the Babylonstoren garden. The glasshouse - tearoom contains exotic granadillas, ginger, cardamon, pineapples, dragon fruit, vanilla, guavadellas, a baobab tree, and much more. Decorated with a collection of tables and colorful Luxembourg chairs, the teahouse's light menu focuses on seasonal produce from the garden.
Wine Tasting Room
Charcuterie and Cheese shop
Greenhouse / Teahouse
Fruit and vegetable garden
Large-scale nests / Tree houses
Babel restaurant and herb garden
Cottages / accommodations
Courtesy of Babylonstoren