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Witteberg Private Nature Reserve

16 Reviews
Sleeps 16 in 4 rooms

The Witteberg Private Nature Reserve is located 250 km from Cape Town in the heart of the Witteberg...
The Witteberg Private Nature Reserve is located 250 km from Cape Town in the heart of the Witteberg Mountains south-west of the historic village of Matjiesfontein. Three Witteberg vegetation units exist on the property, namely Matjiesfontein Shale Fynbos, Shale Renosterbosveld and Quartzite Fynbos. Indigenous fauna on the property includes grey rhebuck, klipspringer, duiker, steenbok, aardwolf, aardvark, black-backed jackal, leopard, caracal, Cape fox, bat-eared fox and many more. The prolific birdlife includes many colourful species of nectar sippers. The rich cultural-historic elements on the property include Late Stone Age artefacts, marine trace fossils, many historic buildings and other historic structures. The total size of the reserve is 4365 hectares, or about 44 square kilometres. A network of six 4x4 mountain trails covering about 48 km provide access to all corners of the property. These trails, originally constructed for flower picking purposes, are as follows: 1. Hoogmoed se Kloof trail - 5,4 km 2. Diep-en-Deur trail - 15,1 km 3. Hermaans se Werf trail - 3,8 km 4. Eendamshoek trail – 6,6 km 5. Driedamshoek trail – 6,2 km 6. Waterkloof trail – 10,6 km The beautiful natural environment, the well-documented cultural-historic elements, the special “sense of place”, the extensive network of 4x4 mountain trails and the clear night skies ensure that there is something of interest for all nature lovers and outdoors enthusiasts. The following self-catering accommodation is available: - A rustic historic cottage sleeping up to 6 people - Two 4-sleeper apartments - One 2-sleeper apartment All units are furnished and equipped. Bedding and bath towels are provided.
from R780

Laings Lodge

12 Reviews
Sleeps 64 in 22 rooms

Laings Lodge offers accommodation in Laingsburg that blends historical architecture with modern comforts. The rates vary according to the...
Laings Lodge offers accommodation in Laingsburg that blends historical architecture with modern comforts. The rates vary according to the number of guests booking per room. Accommodation includes luxury rooms with en-suite bathrooms, air-conditioning, DStv and Internet facilities. We offer a full English breakfast, a swimming pool, restaurant, braai facilities and safe parking.

Laingsburg is a welcoming Karoo village situated at the gateway to the Great Karoo with a tradition of old-fashioned hospitality. The town has various activities for tourists visiting the area. Have a go at the 4x4 routes, motorbike and bicycle trails, birdwatching or just walking through the areas. The museum, rock art and monuments will keep any visitor intrigued.
from R760

Wagendrift Lodge

12 Reviews
Sleeps 22 in 8 rooms

Situated in the heart of the Karoo, next to the Buffalo River, between Laingsburg and Ladismith, and en route to Seweweekspoort, lies the...
Situated in the heart of the Karoo, next to the Buffalo River, between Laingsburg and Ladismith, and en route to Seweweekspoort, lies the peaceful, unique and fully contained self catering lodge Wagendrift.

Although one is surrounded by the sights and sounds of nature and its abounds, the choices still remains whether you would like to pass time by leisurely taking a bush walk and doing some bird watching, or getting the adrenalin rush of doing something more physical such as swimming, mountain biking, motorcycle trails or exploring the 4x4 routes. Wagendrift Lodge is also ideally suited for team building exercises.

Please note that the 4x4 route cost R200,00 per vehicle.
from R690

Gal-Gihon Herberg

15 Reviews
Sleeps 32 in 16 rooms

Welcome to sharing in the fulfillment of our vision - creating an oasis of refreshing, life-giving rest, retreat and refuge. Previously...
Welcome to sharing in the fulfillment of our vision - creating an oasis of refreshing, life-giving rest, retreat and refuge. Previously the old Grand Hotel which was established in 1936, it was always known for its lovely country charm and warm hospitality.

The new owners have endeavoured to not only preserve these qualities, but also extend nature’s soothing elements into the interior and atmosphere of the renovated hotel. Meticulous attention to detail is evident in all aspects from the elegant décor to the temptingly delectable cuisine. All is aimed at providing sensory and spiritual harmony and peace.

The rooms are individually decorated and colour-coded to match framed prints of our local Karoo plants found in this area. The rooms are all furnished with twin beds and there is a wardrobe and luggage rack, tea and coffee-making facilities and a computer stand. There are mattresses available for small children at a reduced cost and by arrangement.

We have family units that are connected with an interleading door. A larger luxury suite is available which doubles as our room for the disabled with a big bath and space for a wheelchair. We only use white percale linen and each room is equipped with a hairdryer.
from R520

Seweweekspoort Akkommodasie

4 Reviews
Sleeps 12 in 2 rooms

Seweweekspoort is one of the most beautiful passes in our country. The gravel road takes you from...
Seweweekspoort is one of the most beautiful passes in our country. The gravel road takes you from Route 62 to the farmers of the Koueveld and the small settlement of Vleiland or to the Gamkapoort Dam through another beautiful unknown pass, Bosch Luys Kloof. The detour is worth your while and to stay a night on one of the working farms will be forever on your mind. Come and visit and see for yourself.
from R700

Die Blokhuis

35 Reviews
Sleeps 16 in 2 rooms

Blokhouse was built in 1901 and housed 30 soldiers to protect the bridge during the Anglo Boer War. The Blockhouse is a National Monument...
Blokhouse was built in 1901 and housed 30 soldiers to protect the bridge during the Anglo Boer War. The Blockhouse is a National Monument situated on the farm.

Geelbeksbrug is also a working olive farm and guests can enjoy awesome stargazing.
The owner will take you on Geological and Paleontological walking tours where you can see how erosion exposed ancient rock formations.

37 species of birds have been ringed, watch birds, swim in the dam or just enjoy the nature of the karoo.
from R400

Jagerskraal Farm

77 Reviews
Sleeps 18 in 5 rooms

Jagerskraal Farm is two kilometres from the gate on the N1. The farm offers five fully furbished self-catering chalets in a valley in the...
Jagerskraal Farm is two kilometres from the gate on the N1. The farm offers five fully furbished self-catering chalets in a valley in the Karoo, completely surrounded by mountains. The kitchens are fully equipped and have a fridge-freezer and gas plate stoves. We provide all kitchen utilities as well as bedding and towels.

The accommodation is ideally suited for people who just want to have a break from it all. When driving on the 4x4 routes through the farm, guests can see small game such as steenbok duiker and Vaal ribbok as well as springbok, black wildebeest, ostriches and blesbok. Guests are also welcome to handle the farm animals, such as chickens, ducks, pigs and sheep under supervision of the staff and at their own risk. For the more adventurous there is horse riding or donkey cart riding and game drives on quad bike. Please note that the game drives will be taken at your own risk.

We are fully self-catering, braai and cooking facilities are at each house, guests to bring own food, and necessities.

The flower season in late August and September is something special for the keen photographer.
from R400

Herambi Guest House

29 Reviews
Sleeps 13 in 5 rooms

Herambi means "be together" in Swahili and is a beautiful Victorian house that was built in 1890 and is now a lovely guest house in...
Herambi means "be together" in Swahili and is a beautiful Victorian house that was built in 1890 and is now a lovely guest house in Laingsburg. It is in a safe and quiet area opposite the golf course, making it ideal for golfers. Nearby activities include tennis, hiking, game- and birdwatching.

Hermabi offers guests a choice of five uniquely decorated en-suite bedrooms equipped with TVs with DStv, bar fridges, microwaves, tea and coffee facilities, safety deposit boxes and ironing facilities. The rooms are non-smoking and cots are available on request. The rooms are serviced and can sleep between two and three people. They are furnished with a combination of double and single beds or just single or double beds, depending on your needs.

Breakfast and dinner are available on request and will be served in the dining room. Guests can relax on the veranda with a drink while watching the sun set or to simply enjoy the view. The guest house has a swimming pool and barbecue facilities are available. Guests can also relax in the lounge which is equipped with a TV with DStv. Conference facilities are available for business travellers and ironing and laundry services are available on request.
from R600

Laingsburg Country Hotel

2 Reviews
Sleeps 34 in 14 rooms

This quaint hotel in the heart of the Karoo offers the ideal stopover between Cape Town and Johannesburg. Being located close to some...
This quaint hotel in the heart of the Karoo offers the ideal stopover between Cape Town and Johannesburg. Being located close to some stunning mountain passes and winelands, guests will have plenty to experience while staying here.

Laingsburg Hotel was originally built in 1959 and is still owned by the Hart family, adding to the history of the area.

The hotel offers double bedrooms as well as a family suite, making it ideal for any occasion. Each room offers true country hospitality and the added benefit of modern conveniences of en-suite bathrooms, air-conditioning and tea and coffee facilities. The hotel boasts a beautiful pool where you can relax and cool down on the warmer days of the Karoo.

Laingsburg Hotel boasts a renowned restaurant and coffee shop where you are able to enjoy some Karoo lamb, perfectly prepared in classic Cape country style.
from R875

Swartberg Street Guest House

4 Reviews
Sleeps 15 in 5 rooms

Swartberg Street Guest House is situated in the charming little town of Laingsburg, a year-round...
Swartberg Street Guest House is situated in the charming little town of Laingsburg, a year-round holiday destination set between rugged hills and vast plains.

We offer five fully furnished self-catering units ranging in size. The units are equipped with comfortable double- or single beds, kitchens, lounge areas with DStv and braai facilities. All bed linen and towels are provided.

This friendly town is located at the gateway to the Great Karoo, offering proud tradition of old-fashioned hospitality. This is the perfect place to just relax and get away from the busy city life. There are some tourist attractions to explore, such as our Flood Museum and artwork remembering the 1981 flood.

Our monthly farmers market is definitely a place to be, held on every last Saturday morning of the month. The products range from freshly baked goodies, meat, meals prepared for the freezer as well as flowers and crafts.
from R600
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