Coffee shops in Bredasdorp
Whether you’re visiting on holiday or live in the area, there’s a good chance you already know that Bredasdorp places to eat are more than just your average coffee shops and restaurants. Dotted in and around the town, these independently owned eateries offer a delicious insight into the culture of the town and the personalities of the owners, one tasty baked treat and hot cuppa at a time.
There are several places to eat in Bredasdorp that cater to both the tourism and residential market here. Ranging from big established restaurants and kid-friendly areas to quirky, cosy coffee corners, each business has their own unique offering. Whether it’s the majestic view on the deck, the homemade crafts and gifts or the simply irresistible freshly roasted coffee or home-baked treats, Bredasdorp coffee shops will delight your taste buds.
Bredasdorp is situated in the Cape Agulhas region in the Overberg, Western Cape. This area is made up of several farming towns, both coastal and inland such as; Struisbaai, Arniston, Napier, Elim and Agulhas. Each of these towns are just a short drive away from each other, each with their own coffee shops and eateries. So, you know what that means? You can eat and drink your way around the Cape Agulhas region easily, to truly see who bakes and brews the tastiest goods.
If you’re planning on visiting for food related interests, you’ll be pleased to know that you don’t have to rush through your trip in one day. In fact, there’s a host of phenomenal accommodation in Bredasdorp that can suit your needs, personality and even your wallet. From picturesque country houses and secluded campsites, to beautiful B&B’s and self-catering units. Some of these establishments even boast their own in-house restaurants and art galleries, definitely worth a look.
Bredasdorp is situated on the R317 via the N2. Approximately 187kms from Cape Town CBD – which equates to 2hr30mins drive, those who enjoy picturesque road trips are in for a treat. Over Sir Lowry’s and the Houw Hoek Mountain Pass, you’ll find yourself faced with a panoramic view of canola farm lands, as you pass through the small towns along the way. Best of all, a handful of farmstalls on the way are known to bake the tastiest treats – it’s a food journey after all.
Those travelling from outside the Western Cape can book themselves a flight to Cape Town International Airport and simply hire a car, catch a lift with a friend or utilise one of the many major bus liners or independent transport services that stop in Bredasdorp.
Taste your way through Bredasdorp, one coffee shop at a time.