The Heart Behind the d’Olyfboom Family Estate

The historic d’Olyfboom Family Estate is set against the Paarl Mountain, overlooking the town, vineyards and country-side. Although within the suburban borders of Paarl, the relaxed ambiance lends itself to meetings, events, conferences and functions in our professionally equipped venues, which can host up to 80 delegates. The Guest House offers five individually decorated guest suites to accommodate conference delegates, executives, tourists or travellers who want to experience this bustling Boland town. The Well serves healthy meals, spring water from the Estate, amazing coffee and freshly pressed juice.

The Family Tree Leadership Academy is unique in its approach to learning, as it aims to partner with like-minded parents of children aged 0 to 6 years (possibly up to age 9 in future), in the formation of future leaders of the Christian faith. Owned by Danny and Garitha de Wit, every venture on the property is dedicated to form, develop, uplift, unleash and release leaders for the next generation whilst creating an environment where people feel safe, nurtured and important.

d'Olyfboom Guest Rooms

Guest Rooms

Our guest suites are an integral part of the d’Olyfboom Family Estate experience. The beautiful view over Paarl and central location of the farm make for the ideal guesthouse setting. With the farm being a heritage site, the guest suites appropriately have an old farmhouse charm with a touch of modern mystique. The rooms are spacious and stylish and promise to offer something totally unique.

d'Olyfboom Rahzu


Book a session with our resident Rahzu practitioner, Danielle Labuschagne during your stay. She offers dynamic posture training or Physio services indoors in her studio or in our extensive gardens. Visit her website at or contact her on to find out more.

Family Tree School

Family Tree Leadership Academy

Situated on d’Olyfboom’s premises, this pre- and preparatory school is totally unique in its approach to learning and leadership development, which is what d’Olyfboom is all about.