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Anna Sophia Self-catering Cottages

10 Reviews
Sleeps 15 in 4 rooms

Anna Sophia offers neat and clean accommodation in a rustic country atmosphere, keeping with the...
Anna Sophia offers neat and clean accommodation in a rustic country atmosphere, keeping with the Karoo town of Calitzdorp theme. The cottages are the perfect place for the weary traveller to unwind and relax while traversing the famous Route 62. Accommodation comprises fully equipped air-conditioned, self-catering units sleeping a total of 10 guests, as well as a backpacker’s dormitory that sleeps seven people.
from R490

River View Cottages

27 Reviews
Sleeps 6 in 3 rooms

River View Cottages overlook a sweeping bend in the Gamka River. The three cottages are situated in the Matjiesvlei valley on The River...
River View Cottages overlook a sweeping bend in the Gamka River. The three cottages are situated in the Matjiesvlei valley on The River Farm in the heart of three world biodiversity hotspots near Calitzdorp in the Little Karoo. Come and enjoy walking amongst the Karoo koppies, swimming and fishing in the river, the wildlife of the River Farm, and the view from your patio of the river and the expansive Swartberg Mountain Range. At the end of the day, watch the sunset and the stars appear as you barbecue in the boma. River View Cottages are three self-catering, free-standing cottages. Each is unique and accommodates up to two guests. The bedroom has a double bed with en-suite shower, and bed linen and bath towels are provided. The living room contains a comfortable lounge area, dining table and a fully-equipped kitchen with spring water on tap. All you need to bring is food. Each cottage has an indoor fireplace and an outdoor barbecue facility. There is also a central boma with barbecue facilities, ideal for groups of friends occupying the cottages. River View Cottages are situated in the heart of a world biodiversity hotspot. This means that they are situated in one of the most biologically-rich and most endangered areas on earth. There are 35 such areas in the world and three of them, namely the succulent Karoo, Fynbos and Subtropical Thicket, intersect in this area. For an area to be declared a biodiversity hotspot, it must contain at least 1500 species of endemic plants or animals, and have lost at least 70% of it’s original habitat. This is what gives it it’s special conservation status and makes it especially interesting. Eco-tourism and the interested involvement of as many concerned visitors as possible, is an essential part of biodiversity hotspot conservation. You can take leisurely walks on the farm roads, along the river’s edge and explore the Karoo koppies. If you feel more inclined towards further exertion, there are a variety of hikes which take you into the pristine wilderness of the area. The yellowfish in the Gamka River provide many passionate fishermen with their favourite fly-fishing. There are also black bass, mogga and eel for those who prefer stationary fishing. The area is a bird watcher's paradise with over 118 different species spotted. The resident pair of fish eagles share a view of the river with you. The Grey heron, hamerkop, cormorant and various kingfishers also favour the elevated vantage point above the river. Smaller birds like weavers, bee-eaters and swallows are always active between the river and the vegetation. The region also boasts the highest concentration of Pale Chanting Goshawk in the southern hemisphere. High over the Swartberg the black eagle can be spotted gliding in search of prey.
from R680

Kraaldoorn Farm Cottage

10 Reviews
Sleeps 4 in 2 rooms

Kraaldoorn Farm Cottage is located on a farm in the beautiful Groenfontein Valley, only 11.5 km outside of Calitzdorp. The cosy cottage can...
Kraaldoorn Farm Cottage is located on a farm in the beautiful Groenfontein Valley, only 11.5 km outside of Calitzdorp. The cosy cottage can accommodate four people and is an ideal venue to stay near Calitzdorp. The cottage is fully equipped for self-catering and has two bedrooms. It has a comfortable and spacious lounge area and a rustic fully equipped kitchen. The cottage has braai facilities and guests can relax to the rhythm of the farm. Guests are welcome to use the manor house swimming pool or bask close to nature in the natural pool in the river. We supply firewood and an Internet connection is available on request. Wander around the farm to your heart's content or stroll down the winding farm road with its occasional typical Klein Karoo farm dwellings and abundant fynbos. Unwind on your private deck terrace while looking out towards the verdant paddock and the imposing fynbos bluffs beyond. A gurgling stream runs past with a footbridge leading to rustic hikes and adventure.
from R480

Calitzdorp Home from Home

Sleeps 2 in 1 room

Calitzdorp Home from Home is situated in the little Klein Karoo town of Calitzdorp. The "Port Capital" of South Africa. The self-catering...
Calitzdorp Home from Home is situated in the little Klein Karoo town of Calitzdorp. The "Port Capital" of South Africa. The self-catering flatlet comprises of two sections, in the first being an equipped kitchen, dining and seating area. The second section a bedroom, with two comfortable single beds, and an open-plan shower, toilet and wash basin. Airconditioner. The property also offers guests secure parking.
from R298

Bella de Karoo

Sleeps 12 in 6 rooms

Bella de Karoo a 3 star guesthouse is set on the Andries Kraal Farm on the R62 between Oudtshoorn and Calitzdorp. It is 15 minutes from...
Bella de Karoo a 3 star guesthouse is set on the Andries Kraal Farm on the R62 between Oudtshoorn and Calitzdorp. It is 15 minutes from Oudsthoorn and 20 minutes from Calitzdorp. There are four rooms in this guest house. Breakfast is included in the rate and guests have access to the communal lapa which has a microwave and a fridge. The rooms include safes, tea and coffee facilities and complimentary Wi-Fi Internet access. There is a communal braai area and guests can relax on their shared patios. Hiking trails and mountain biking are among the activities to enjoy on the farm. Guests can also browse through Smitswinkel R62, the on-site farmstall, and buy various homemade goods.
from R700

Ostrich Divaz Calitzdorp

1 Review
Sleeps 2 in 1 room

Ostrich Divaz is situated on a working ostrich farm in the heart of the Klein Karoo just outside of Calitzdorp. The country cottage offers...
Ostrich Divaz is situated on a working ostrich farm in the heart of the Klein Karoo just outside of Calitzdorp. The country cottage offers comfortable self-catering accommodation ideal for a couples looking for a private retreat on the popular Route 62. This luxurious and comfort cottage sleeps two people and is fully equipped for self-catering. The kitchen includes a fridge-freezer, toaster, microwave and all cutlery and crockery. There is also a private barbeque facility and patio area where guests can relax. This is the perfect spot to experience warm and friendly Karoo hospitality.
from R300

Calitzdorp Railway Station

17 Reviews
Sleeps 46 in 20 rooms

With vines to one side and a kranz to the other, Calitzdorp Railway Station offers travellers an...
With vines to one side and a kranz to the other, Calitzdorp Railway Station offers travellers an idyllic space to rest before venturing forth to explore the surrounding Route 62 area. Guests have a choice of staying in the ticket office, Safari tents,backpackers, or camping in their own tents or caravans.. The ticket office, a self-catering unit, with a double bed, and two singles, is provided with white linen and towels. It has two functioning fireplaces which are ideal for the chilly winter evenings. Modern toilets, and hot hoers are a short walk away in the shared ablution block. The backpackers is furnished with bunk beds, and linen is supplied. It has its own toilet and cold shower.The Safari tents are furnished with a double or two single beds and linen and towels are provided. Each campsite is equipped with electricity and water and also has its own barbecue area. The backpackers, and tents share modern ablution facilities with hot showers, as well as a kitchen with a fridge, a gas hob and cutlery and crockery. The Station also offers facilities to host functions and has been the choice venue for film shoots, weddings, weekend workshops, birthday and stag parties, art exhibitions, and the local Winter in Calitzdorp Festival. The typical little Karoo town of Calitzdorp is probably mostly recognized for its production of some of the country’s best port wines. Queen Street is one of the oldest streets in town and begs a stroll to properly absorb the number of Edwardian, Victorian and Karoo-style buildings heavily influenced by English architecture. Activities include walking trails in the Gamkaberg Nature Reserve, and the Redstone Hills, Groenfontein, and Matjiesvlei. Birding in the hills and viewing the fynbos areas are also more than rewarding.
from R180

The Old School House

4 Reviews
Sleeps 6 in 3 rooms

The Old School House is a free-standing Victorian building which can accommodate up to six people. It has three bedrooms, two of which have...
The Old School House is a free-standing Victorian building which can accommodate up to six people. It has three bedrooms, two of which have a double bed, with the third room having two single beds. There is one bathroom with both a shower and a bath, and a large open-plan lounge, kitchen and dining room. The kitchen is fully-equipped. We only take one booking at a time, so guests have use of the entire building. The Old School House used to double as the school house and church for the Matjiesvlei valley community, and has now been converted into spacious, self-catering accommodation, especially suited for families. On 21 November 1911 G.C. le Grange sold a piece of his farm, Matjiesvlei, to the Dutch Reformed Church for £10 sterling. A school was erected for the thriving Matjiesvlei community. The school was the centre of activity in the valley until the early 1960’s when, due to a lack of funds and reduced population in the valley, it was sold. It remained unoccupied until August 2001 when the building was transformed into a guest house. You can take leisurely walks on the farm roads, along the river’s edge and to explore the Karoo Koppies. If you feel inclined towards more exertion, there are a variety of challenging hikes which take you into the pristine wilderness of the area. One such challenging hike is the "Poort Hike" up the Gamka River through the gorge between the Klein and Groot Swartberg Mountains into Gamkaskloof, known by weary travelers as "Die Hel". The Poort Hike requires some preparation and is best undertaken with a guide or at least GPS route co-ordinates. The area offers a 4x4 routes, which takes you to one of the highest koppies, Bojaanskop, which provides a 360º panoramic view including the Swartberg and Rooiberg mountain ranges, and the farm and veld roads provide both leisurely and challenging mountain biking. You can swim in the farm dam, fed by fresh mountain water and you can also swim or canoe in the Gamka River. The yellowfish in the Gamka River provide many passionate fishermen with their favourite fly-fishing. There are also black bass, mogga, and eel for those who prefer stationary fishing. The area is a bird watcher's paradise with over 118 different species spotted. The resident pair of fish eagles share a view of the river with you. The Grey heron, hamerkop, cormorant and various kingfishers also favour the elevated vantage point above the river. Smaller birds like weavers, bee-eaters and swallows are always active between the river and the vegetation. The region also boasts the highest concentration of Pale Chanting Goshawk in the southern hemisphere. High over the Swartberg, the black eagle can be spotted gliding in search of prey. Also for those who appreciate the micro level, a wide variety of succulents abound in the area. Succulent enthusiasts come from far and wide to observe the tiny, the small, and also the larger succulents of the area. The veld, even when dry, is perpetually green, because of the abundance of Spekbos, and Guarrie. During autumn the Aloe Ferrox flowers dominate. Spring is ushered in by a diverse array of flowering veld bulbs. The Old School House is situated in the heart of a World Biodiversity Hotspot. This means that we are situated in one of the most biologically rich and most endangered areas on earth. There are 35 such areas in the world and three of them – Succulent Karoo, Fynbos and Subtropical Thicket – intersect in this area. For an area to be declared a Biodiversity Hotspot, it must contain at least 1500 species of endemic plants or animals and have lost at least 70% of it’s original habitat. This is what gives it it’s special conservation status and makes it especially interesting. Eco-tourism, and the interested involvement of as many concerned visitors as possible, is an essential part of Biodiversity Hotspot conservation.
from R680

Liefling Guest Cottages

9 Reviews
Sleeps 6 in 3 rooms

"Liefling" Guest Cottages are located in the small town of Calitzdorp, situated in the Little Karoo of South Africa. Calitzdorp is known as...
"Liefling" Guest Cottages are located in the small town of Calitzdorp, situated in the Little Karoo of South Africa. Calitzdorp is known as South Africa's Port Wine Capital. We are only 700 meters from the famous Scenic Route 62 and only 1km from Town. Calitzdorp is only 1,5hrs from George or 4.5hrs drive from Cape Town.
from R760
Kruisrivier Gallery Apartment is a charming and beautiful little cottage with a lot of character. ...
Kruisrivier Gallery Apartment is a charming and beautiful little cottage with a lot of character. It is situated 28 km from Calitzdorp with the beautiful Swarberg Mountains in the background. The furnishings in the cottage are made with love and care, some even made by Roger himself. The cottage has a kitchenette, a seating area, a double bed, a bathroom hidden behind a latte screen, a beautiful old Dover stove and pretty handmade details all around. Your hosts, Phyllis and Roger, will make you feel comfortable and at home in this creative environment. The cottage is surrounded by beautiful gardens, a place to truly enjoy the tranquillity and scenery. Small pets are welcome only by prior arrangement.
from R500

Matjiesvlei Cottages: Middelplaas and Skuur

4 Reviews
Sleeps 4 in 2 rooms

Matjiesvlei Cottages: Middelplaas and Skuur are situated in Matjiesvlei, at the foothills of the...
Matjiesvlei Cottages: Middelplaas and Skuur are situated in Matjiesvlei, at the foothills of the Swartberg Mountain Range, only 16 kilometer from Calitzdorp on Route 62. Along with the mixed farming activities, the valley provides a tranquil atmosphere. The cottages offers guests a choice of staying in one of two units, one of which are restored historical Klein Karoo cottages; Middelplaas and Die Skuur / The Shed. Also located on the farm is two other cottages, the Matjiesvlei Cottages: Bokwagershuis and Stalle. Middelplaas is an equipped self-catering holiday home and all linen, including towels, are provided. The kitchen isequipped with the necessary utensils to make your stay a relaxing one. You will find a stove, a kettle, a toaster, a microwave, a fridge-freezer as well as cutlery and crockery Die Skuur / The Shed offers basic self-catering accommodation and consist of two en-suite bedrooms. Please bring your own bedding and towels. Calitzdorp has a number of eating establishments, a good butchery, the Calitzdorp Slagtery, and various shops where basic groceries can be bought.
from R580
Matjiesvlei Cottages are situated in Matjiesvlei, at the foothills of the Swartberg Mountain Range,...
Matjiesvlei Cottages are situated in Matjiesvlei, at the foothills of the Swartberg Mountain Range, only 16 kilometer from Calitzdorp on Route 62. Along with the mixed farming activities, the valley provides a tranquil atmosphere. Matjiesvlei Cottages offers guests a choice of staying in one of two units, which are restored historical Klein Karoo cottages; Die Bokwagtershuis and Die Stalle / The Stables. Also located on the farm is two other cottages, the Matjiesvlei Cottages: Middelplaas and Skuur. Die Bokwagtershuis and Die Stalle / The Stables are equipped self-catering holiday homes and all linen, including towels, are provided. The kitchens are equipped with the necessary utensils to make your stay a relaxing one. You will find cutlery, crockery, kettles, toasters, microwaves and fridge-freezers. Die Bokwagtershuis has a stove, and Die Stalle has a two-plate on-counter stove on the stoep. The cottages have splendid views on the mountains and the veld. Calitzdorp has a number of eating establishments, a good butchery, the Calitzdorp Slagtery, and various shops where basic groceries can be bought.
from R580
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365 On St Helena

3 Reviews
Sleeps 10 in 2 rooms

Summer Special   365 on St Helena consists of two units, the first is a family unit with a double bed and bunk beds and sleeps four; the room comes equipped...
365 on St Helena consists of two units, the first is a family unit with a double bed and bunk beds and sleeps four; the room comes equipped with fridge, microwave, tea and coffee-making facilities and TV for DVDs only. The second unit is a full self-catering unit consisting of two bedrooms one with a double bed and the other with four single beds. There is an open-plan lounge/kitchen with fridge, microwave, gas stove, tea and coffee-making facilities, there is also a TV for DVD use only. Both units are en-suite. The small Karoo town of Calitzdorp is just four hours' drive from Cape Town, and the small town offers a number of shops, restaurants and curio shops.
from R500
Die Poort Private Nature Reserve is a little piece of heaven on the Route 62 in the Swartberg...
Die Poort Private Nature Reserve is a little piece of heaven on the Route 62 in the Swartberg Mountains. It offers tranquility in a magnificent mountain and river environment. Die Poort Private Nature Reserve offers guests a choice of staying one of in three historic, self-catering guest cottages; The Barn, Fig Tree and Eagle’s Nest. Each unit has its own charm and a beautiful view of the wonderful surrounding mountains and river. We provide all the linen and each cottage has a private bathroom with a bath or a shower. Each cottage also has a warm water geyser, a fridge and a hot-plate that are served by gas. We provide paraffin lamps and candles. Each unit also has barbecue facilities, but guests need to bring their own wood. The two-bedroom Barn forms part of a restored barn that dates back from the early 20th century. It was also used for distilling wine and spirits. The Fig Tree was originally built as a pioneer dwelling in 1915. This one-bedroom cottage offers a comfortable double bed and a separate adjacent building with a bedroom offering two single beds and an en-suite bathroom. Eagle’s Nest is located close to the river and it is a restored pioneer cottage that dates back to 1881. The cottage consists of two bedrooms with double beds. Guests can participate in a wide range of activities such as hiking, swimming, canoeing, mountain biking and birdwatching. Located nearby is the Bôjaanskop 4x4 Route. The district offers thermal springs, ostrich farms, the Cango Caves, Seweweeks Poort, Groenfontein-Kruis River Road, the Red Stone Hills, Gamkaberg Provincial Nature Reserve, Rooiberg Pass, Swartberg Pass and “The Hell”.
from R520

Die Wa-huis

1 Review
Sleeps 2 in 1 room

Die Wa-huis is an historical self-catering cottage located on the farm Matjiesvlei, where farming dates back as far as 1821, which is...
Die Wa-huis is an historical self-catering cottage located on the farm Matjiesvlei, where farming dates back as far as 1821, which is situated at the foothills of the Swartberg mountains between Calitzdorp and Ladismith. Perfect for a couple, the restored Wa-huis was designed so that guests can enjoy breathtaking views of the lucerne fields, the winding Gamka River and the majestic Swartberg mountain range. The cottage offers one bedroom furnished with a comfortable double bed and a bathroom with a shower only. A cot is also available on request, and linen and towels are provided. No electricity is provided and a donkey-boiler is used to supply hot water. The kitchen is equipped with a gas stove as well as a gas fridge-freezer, and candles and lamps are also provided. The living room opens onto the veranda, which offers guests lovely views and features a built-in braai area. Guests looking to explore the surrounds can take a short drive to Calitzdorp, which is known for the production of the country’s best port wines. Various walking trails can be found in the Gamkaberg Nature Reserve, the Redstone Hills and at Retreat at Groenfontein and guests can also enjoy birding or viewing the fynbos of the area.
from R600

Atara Cottage

1 Review
Sleeps 4 in 2 rooms

Altara Cottage is a quaint two bedroom cottage, situated in a pretty little garden in the heart of Carlitzdorp. The cottage offers...
Altara Cottage is a quaint two bedroom cottage, situated in a pretty little garden in the heart of Carlitzdorp. The cottage offers comfortable accommodation ideal for a family or contract workers looking for a self-catering destination. The cottage has two comfortably furnished bedrooms with bedding provided, and there is a TV in each bedroom. Outside guests will find a peaceful garden with braai facilities and a picnic table under the trees.
from R550

Kruisrivier Guest Farm

5 Reviews
Sleeps 22 in 5 rooms

Tucked into the mighty Swartberg lies a lush oasis called Kruisrivier Guest Farm, where three streams meet before braving the Little...
Tucked into the mighty Swartberg lies a lush oasis called Kruisrivier Guest Farm, where three streams meet before braving the Little Karoo's thirstland. Rich in nostalgia, where visitors can relax and enjoy the peaceful murmur of running water while kids splash in cool pools, Kruisrivier offers Karoo hospitality, tranquility and an experience of yesteryear. The appreciation of the past is evident in the way of reusing old things in fun ways. The Oregon pine seat from the farm's former long-drop toilet has been scrubbed and varnished, and is now a rustic frame for a mirror in the bathroom of one of the cottages. Cribs that horses once ate out of in the old stables are now bunk beds for kids, complete with stirrups to climb up into them. The family's Nagmaal wagon, made of stinkwood and yellowwood, is parked in another cottage as part of the décor, while hooks for towels are made of olive wood cut on the farm. Every cottage has its unique style. Kruisrivier is a fun, friendly getaway that your kids and the kid in you will enjoy. Please note the rates displayed is for two adults all additional guest pay R80 per night.
from R350

Matjiesvlei Guest Farm

4 Reviews
Sleeps 24 in 5 rooms

Come enjoy the serene and tranquil beauty of Matjiesvlei, situated at the foothills of the Swartberg Mountains between Calitzdorp and...
Come enjoy the serene and tranquil beauty of Matjiesvlei, situated at the foothills of the Swartberg Mountains between Calitzdorp and Ladismith, where farming dates back as far as 1821. Indulge in the comfort of one of our four historic and quaint self-catering cottages nestled in this picturesque valley. Each cottage offers an equipped kitchen, barbecue facilities, bedding, oil lamps, candles, and hot water. If you prefer being even closer to nature try our camping site, Die Dam Rivierkamp, situated on the shores of the Gamka River. The River Camp is a shady 4x4 bush camp with modern ablution blocks and hot water, situated on the banks of the Gamka River. Die Wahuis is designed for a couple to enjoy a breath-taking view of manicured lucerne fields, the winding Gamka River and the majestic Swartberg Mountain Range. The restored building includes a double bedroom, sitting room, kitchen, bathroom and stoep with a braai.
from R600

Oliventijn

Sleeps 5 in 2 rooms

Oliventijn is located in Calitzdorp, quaint little town on Route 62. The area is in the heart of the klein karoo and is popular for its...
Oliventijn is located in Calitzdorp, quaint little town on Route 62. The area is in the heart of the klein karoo and is popular for its port wine cellars. This house has two bedrooms, each with an en-suite bathroom. Both bedrooms have two single beds and linen and towels are provided. The kitchen is fully equipped for self-catering fitted with all the modern conveniences. There are two sitting room areas with a sleeper couch in one. Situated on the edge of town with a bird's eye view of the Gamka Valley, this is a lovely, peaceful getaway with good restaurants and beautiful art all in the same place.
from R500

Buffelskloof Guest Farm

Sleeps 24 in 6 rooms

Buffelskloof Guest Farm is situated 7 km off the R62, between Calitzdorp and Oudtshoorn. We offer you an unforgettable stay between the...
Buffelskloof Guest Farm is situated 7 km off the R62, between Calitzdorp and Oudtshoorn. We offer you an unforgettable stay between the red stone hills, on a working ostrich farm. Manie and Margaret Potgieter are the third generation of Potgieters on the farm. Apart from ostriches, we also have a great variety of fruit trees as well as animals such as cows, sheep, pigs, chickens and horses. We offer peace and tranquility like never experienced before. Guests have the choice of staying in any of five uniquely restored farm cottages. The names of the cottages are Outa Piet se Huis, Outa Dolf se Huis, Ou Mac se Huis, De Oude Waenhuis and De Oude Opstal. Each name tells a story of either the original inhabitants or what the building was originally used for. Each cottage is surrounded by the red stone hills and the nearby river offers relief from the Klein Karoo heat. For those not interested in cooking facilities, we offer a more informal stay closer to the family residence where you have the option to stay a in cosy rondavel nestled in a beautiful garden next to a swimming pool and a tennis court. We also provide Internet facilities.
from R363
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