Pniël Museum and Heritage Site

Tea Garden

What an achievement for Pniël and the Dwarsriver Valley when we launched the Pniël Museum and Tea Garden on 01 December 2012.

Visit us and enjoy our beautiful garden and tasty food and share in our heritage.

Currently the Tea Garden is only open for reservations.

The Tea Garden is managed by Levona Alexander, caterer and store owner for many years. Levona caters for any demand, booking for groups are essential.

Please contact Levona on 083 777 9404.

The Tea Garden also showcases some of our valley’s handmade products and gifts – also available @ reception. Homemade products include jams, atchars, preserved figs, preserved makataan (type of watermelon), biscuits and much more.

Handmade items range from exclusive hand crafted silverware to arts and craft, jewelry, paintings, decorations, etc. We also stock the infamous Living Stones. Stock changes regularly.

The items remain the property of the supplier until sold; your support will therefore make a huge difference to the small upcoming businesses and our community.