The Hollow Tree at Oude Westhof is nestled against the stunning Tygerberg Hills and set under majestic 250-year-old Oak trees. The building dates back to 1882 and was the original farmstead for the Oude Westhof Winery. (The ruins of the cellar are adjacent to us.) After years of neglect, and with the help of the South African Heritage Council, the building was lovingly restored as a private residence in the 1960s and later declared a National Monument in the 1980s. It was then modified to a restaurant, tavern and function venue in the early 2000s. The Hollow Tree at Oude Westhof features several charming smoking and non-smoking areas and a stunning garden with a large children’s play area, and offers a peaceful and tranquil countryside experience ideal for young and old.