All Comments for de Pakhuys

Reviews 4 of 4
Rest well
Nicolette Vorster, South Africa - 28 September 2015
Even though it wasn't planned, we had a tech free weekend as there is no cell reception.  But they do offer wifi facilities.  It was a wonderful restful weekend, with the kids playing and swimming and long walks on the farm.  There is also a beautiful waterfall you can hike up to.  The facilities are clean and well kept.  It is a lovely breakaway place.  We will definitely be back.
Lizelle Torr, South Africa - 11 August 2015
Very chilled out lovely place
De Pakhuys
Francois du Randt, South Africa - 18 September 2012
Poor accommodation, too close to farm house, furniture does not match, even surface of table not fixed to legs, dirty crockery - we had to wash our own wine glasses, and only three glasses available for four-bed cottage, and then we ended up with no water at all at 5 am the next morning. The advertisement on the internet does not show all these faults and negatives.
Annemarie Dreyer, South Africa - 08 January 2009
We were extremely impressed with the friendliness and helpfulness of the host. The setting is as peaceful as can be, and we had everything we needed. We almost felt like we were visiting family.

de Pakhuys
Nestled in the picturesque Agter-Pakhuis Valley, 26 km from Clanwilliam en route to the historic Wuperthal village, you will find de Pakhuys Guest Farm which belongs to the Kruger and Botha families.

The Kruger family, originally from Cape Town, visited the area in 2003 and couldn't resist having a piece of this paradise to themselves. They subsequently bought a piece of land in this magnificent valley and decided to renovate cottages on the farm and share the splendour of the Cedarberg with visitors. The cottages and guests are cared for by partners and friends, Thys and Karin Kruger, and Mark and Marinda Botha.