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Best Little Guest House

39 Reviews
Sleeps 18 in 8 rooms

Best Little Guest House is a unique bed and breakfast situated in South Africa's picturesque and historic town of Oudtshoorn in the Klein...
Best Little Guest House is a unique bed and breakfast situated in South Africa's picturesque and historic town of Oudtshoorn in the Klein Karoo. It has been specifically designed to cater for the needs of travellers who can relax in a quiet, friendly and secure environment. Your hosts, Edy or Rina, offer warm hospitality in an informal and comfortable atmosphere, dedicating their time to assist traveler in making their Oudtshoorn experience memorable. We have eight individually styled cozy en-suite bedrooms with DSTV, free Wi-Fi, Air Conditioning or Heating, Ceiling fans, Tea and Coffee-making facilities. In the dining room there is a Large Refrigerator, Freezer and Microwave for guest us.There is ample off street secure parking, outdoor living areas, braai/barbecue facilities and a picturesque mountain rock swimming pool. Breakfast is Optional or you can visit the Smits Winkle Country Kitchen across the road from us! Best Little Guests House offers a visitor information corner about the entire local and surrounding attractions; The Cango Wildlife Ranch, Cango Caves, The Ostrich Show Farms and the Water Falls.
from R600

Port Wine Guest House

19 Reviews
Sleeps 20 in 10 rooms

This stylish 1830 homestead is centrally situated in the heart of the port capital of South Africa, Calitzdorp, overlooking port vineyards...
This stylish 1830 homestead is centrally situated in the heart of the port capital of South Africa, Calitzdorp, overlooking port vineyards and within walking distance of all the wineries, galleries, shops and the museum in town. The thatch roof homestead in Karoo and Victorian architecture has large vine-covered patios, where you can enjoy the Karoo sunsets, scrumptious dinners and breakfasts. Relax in the lush garden, including a fragrant rose garden, or by the sparkling pool.
from R900

Klaarstroom Guest House

10 Reviews
Sleeps 15 in 5 rooms

Take a step back in time and enjoy old-fashioned Karoo hospitality at this restored Victorian homestead. Situated at the Northern entrance...
Take a step back in time and enjoy old-fashioned Karoo hospitality at this restored Victorian homestead. Situated at the Northern entrance to Meiringspoort, we offer you beautiful mountain views, fresh Karoo air and endless sunshine. The house has lofty ceilings, wooden floors and French doors opening onto wide stoep. The decor is simple and elegant; a blend of period furniture and clean lines, echoing the purity of the refreshing Karoo landscape. All rooms are en-suite with ceiling fans and heating. There are two double rooms in the main house as well as a twin room. In the converted waenhuis there are two twin rooms with an interleading door. We offer hearty country breakfasts and home-cooked suppers and hope to remind our guests that simple food, well done, is one of life's great pleasures. We are an ideal, tranquil base from which to explore the Klein Karoo, Oudtshoorn is 60 km to the South West and the Great Karoo, Prince Albert is 60km to the East and the Karoo National Park is 120km to the North. Klaarstroom is also ideally situated as a stopover en-route to the coast from up-country or as a break in your trip between Cape Town and the Eastern Cape. Accredited by the Prince Albert Tourism Bureau.
from R600

De Rust View Guest House

18 Reviews
Sleeps 10 in 5 rooms

De Rust View Guest House offers dramatic views of both the Swartberg and Kammanassie Mountains in the Klein Karoo, from our viewing deck. ...
De Rust View Guest House offers dramatic views of both the Swartberg and Kammanassie Mountains in the Klein Karoo, from our viewing deck. We are situated in a quiet street at the edge of town, but still close enough to shops. Our entertainment area is equipped with a fireplace, a TV with DStv, a bar and a pool table. We offer five beautifully furnished rooms, with two that have their own private decks. All the rooms have en-suite bathrooms fitted with Italian tiles. For the hot summer days we have a large swimming pool to cool off in. Whether you are on your way to one of the many tourism destinations in the Western Cape, or just exploring the area and of course our amazing little town, take time for yourself, kick off your shoes and drink in the majestic beauty of our area.
from R876

De Poort Country Lodge

10 Reviews
Sleeps 18 in 6 rooms

De Poort Country Lodge is located 17 km en route to the world-famous Cango Caves which is situated in the foothills of the majestic...
De Poort Country Lodge is located 17 km en route to the world-famous Cango Caves which is situated in the foothills of the majestic Swartberg Mountains, with breathtaking views of green valleys and hills. The lodge is owned and managed by Leon, Rita and Leorita Groenewald and offers the discerning traveller homely and comfortable en-suite accommodation. We offer eight en-suite rooms, a dining hall and bar, off-street parking near the rooms, a salt water swimming pool, beautiful natural scenery and an invigorating hiking trail. Each of De Poort’s rooms was named after the wild animals that can be found in the area and every room is decorated individually to enhance the atmosphere of a traditional guest home. By prior arrangement, home cooked meals are served South African-style and by lamplight. We specialize in delicious ostrich fillets and traditional Karoo lamb. A sustainable full English breakfast is served every day to provide our guests with energy for their daily activities. Come and experience our Klein Karoo hospitality, fresh air, sparkling mountain water and incredible stargazing. We are ideally situated for bird watching and enjoying the unusual plants and succulents of the Little Karoo. Oudtshoorn is the gem of the Klein Karoo - an ancient rolling plain between the Outeniqua and Swartberg mountains. The town is enclosed by mountains, which means that every road into the area is a pass. This affords the traveller with breathtaking scenes of unspoiled nature. Oudtshoorn is also a tourist hotspot; en route to De Poort Country Lodge on the R328 you will have the opportunity to visit the Cango Wildlife Ranch, Cango Ostrich Farm, Rust en Vrede Waterfall, Wilgewandel and of course the world-famous Cango Caves. Take the Swartberg Mountain Pass to Prince Albert and Gamkaskloof, and do the round trip through Meiringspoort and De Rust. Drive one of the many gravel back roads with amazing mountain and nature views. In Oudtshoorn itself, visit a number of curio shops, historic ostrich palaces, the C.P. Nel Museum, C.J. Langenhoven's house and the suspension bridge spanning the Grobelaars River. There are also a number of wine farms in the area.
from R900

The Retreat at Groenfontein

11 Reviews
Sleeps 27 in 8 rooms

The Retreat is an old Victorian farmhouse in the lovely Groenfontein Valley conservancy, bordering...
The Retreat is an old Victorian farmhouse in the lovely Groenfontein Valley conservancy, bordering on the 129.000ha Swartberg World Heritage Site and situated 20kms northeast of Calitzdorp on a scenic, winding gravel road, 59kms northwest of Oudtshoorn, and 48kms southwest of the Cango Caves, on scenic winding gravel roads, just off the magical Route 62. Graded 3 and 4 stars by the TGCSA. This lovely home has four garden rooms in two annexes with magnificent views of the mountains, all with fireplaces, King-size beds, which can be made up as twins, the three larger with a Victorian bath and shower, the smaller with shower, all with magnificent views of the mountains, two with separate bedrooms with two single beds; while in the main house, we have four comfortable en-suite bedrooms leading onto a patio, and the lounge and dining room - each with a fireplace - lead onto the verandah overlooking the sweeping gardens and majestic Swartberg. Your hosts, Grant and Marie, enjoy treating guests to true Klein Karoo hospitality. The smell of fresh coffee welcomes you back from a morning walk to a hearty breakfast on the terrace, where dinner – cooked with Marie’s continental flair - is also served on most summer evenings. Vegetarian and problem diets are well catered for. The Retreat has a full liquor licence and carries a selection of the fine wines of the region. Take a lazy afternoon stroll in the peaceful lanes of the Groenfontein Valley, stop for a swim on the new rock-pool trail, enjoy energetic walks into the foothills of the Swartberg in the sparkling mountain air, or simply relax at the pool and let the peace and silence soak into your soul. You can also go swimming in the river or dam. Children and pets welcome. Proud holders of AA Accommodation Award 2003, 2004 and 2005 and Hall of Fame 2006 - 2010
from R1540

The Queen of Calitzdorp

1 Review
Sleeps 30 in 14 rooms

The Queen of Calitzdorp is a four star establishment set in the centre of the Calitzdorp town and is within walking distance to Boplaas, De...
The Queen of Calitzdorp is a four star establishment set in the centre of the Calitzdorp town and is within walking distance to Boplaas, De Krans and Calitzdorp Cellars wineries. The main house has eight bedrooms and a further six are available in the winelands-facing annex. Standard, superior, exclusive, honeymoon and family rooms are all available and most rooms have balconies. Breakfast is served in the dining room as well as the beautiful garden. There is a lounge with a warm and inviting fireplace. Many indigenous plants can be seen on the path to the swimming pool. Day tours can be arranged to many of the popular tourist attractions in the area including Seweweekspoort, Die Hel, Prince Albert, De Rust, Cango Caves and working ostrich farms.
from R900

Albert Manor Guest House

2 Reviews
Sleeps 12 in 6 rooms

This grand and spacious Victorian home was declared a National Monument and it provides an authentic, personal experience of the affluent...
This grand and spacious Victorian home was declared a National Monument and it provides an authentic, personal experience of the affluent lifestyle during the boom of the ostrich era. Albert Manor is set in a beautiful garden with majestic views of Towerkop, Elandsberg and the surrounding Klein Swartberg Mountains. The Manor House has three bedrooms with private bathrooms. The Coach House has two bedrooms, one en-suite bathroom, one private bathroom, its own lounge with a TV and DVD player, and a kitchen. The guest house offers bed and breakfast accommodation with a full English or Continental breakfast served on the verandah overlooking the mountains and garden. Relax in the elegant lounge, which offers DStv, a DVD player, books and underfloor heating. A beautiful piano is available for the music lover and a mini fridge and tea and coffee tray are available in the dining room. Albert Manor provides a restful and elegant base for travellers and holidaymakers wishing to enjoy the attractions. Things to do include golf, scenic drives, hiking, the Cango Caves, Prince Albert over the Swartberg Pass with its museums, 4x4 trips to Die Eike, Aardverk Nature College, and game tours at Assegaai Bosch Game Lodge.
from R680

Housemartin Guest Lodge

3 Reviews
Sleeps 30 in 14 rooms

Housemartin Guest Lodge has been AA Highly recommended and is located in the scenic village of De Rust, at the southern entrance to the...
Housemartin Guest Lodge has been AA Highly recommended and is located in the scenic village of De Rust, at the southern entrance to the magnificent Meiringspoort. This 110-year old Victorian manor house offers 12 en-suite luxury guest rooms, set in the garden. Each luxury room features its own veranda leading onto the gardens, orchard and sparkling pool. In the rooms you will find Muscadel, homemade biscuits, tea, coffee, hot chocolate and magazines. Other features include percale bed linen, and in winter we offer underfloor heating in the bathrooms as well as mohair blankets and electric under blankets to keep you snug and warm. These can be enjoyed at the table and chairs on the private, covered verandas. The atmosphere lures the guests into gentle relaxation after a day exploring the walking and biking trails in the area or birding, cycling and wine tasting on the local estates. Try driving through the sandstone peaks of one of the highest mountain ranges in South Africa, the amazing Swartberg, or meandering through the Kammanassie and Outeniquas. The Meiringspoort is a must see and is abundant with fauna and flora. The waterfall is superb to swim in and a great place to have a sundowner.
from R900

Boulders Lodge & Spa

21 Reviews
Sleeps 22 in 9 rooms

Come and enjoy an unforgettable holiday in one of the finest places in the Klein Karoo en route to the Cango Caves. The Boulders Lodge is...
Come and enjoy an unforgettable holiday in one of the finest places in the Klein Karoo en route to the Cango Caves. The Boulders Lodge is fully air-conditioned, has a Wi-Fi hotspot and a sparkling blue swimming pool as well as a Jacuzzi on the deck which awaits visitors who are ready to restore peace to the body and soul. No more bored children on holiday – at Boulders Lodge Mom and Dad can relax while the little ones play on the jungle gym which will keep them occupied for hours. The Boulders Spa offers a wellness haven in the heart of the Klein Karoo with various beauty and health treatments and massages. Our latest edition, Pomegranate Restaurant, reflects some of the best cuisine that South Africa has to offer. Our chef uses years of experience to compose mouth-watering meals for our guests.
from R1200

Le Roux's Guest House

3 Reviews
Sleeps 9 in 3 rooms

Le Roux's Guest House is situated in a quiet residential area of Oudtshoorn, within easy walking distance from the town centre and...
Le Roux's Guest House is situated in a quiet residential area of Oudtshoorn, within easy walking distance from the town centre and restaurants. With over 330 sunshine days a year, Oudtshoorn is a great place for outdoor activities. Surrounded by mountain ranges and blessed with a rich variety of bird and plant life, the Klein Karoo reveals it's beauty to those who get out and make the effort to explore. We offer three rooms, each with a private entrance, patio and off-street parking. All rooms are equipped with air-conditioning, ceiling fans, heaters, fridges, microwaves, TVs with DStv, hairdryers, and hospitality trays. A sparkling swimming pool with wooden deck chairs is available for the hot and sunny days of Oudtshoorn, and we are well-known for our English and Continental breakfasts - a treat with fresh fruit, yogurt and cereals. However self-catering options are available as well. A warm and friendly welcome awaits our guests at Le Roux's Guest House, a stylish and comfortable establishment located in the heart of the Klein Karoo.
from R980

Calitzdorp Country House

1 Review
Sleeps 10 in 5 rooms

On scenic Route 62, just four hours from Cape Town and halfway to Port Elizabeth, lies Calitzdorp Country House, gateway to the Garden...
On scenic Route 62, just four hours from Cape Town and halfway to Port Elizabeth, lies Calitzdorp Country House, gateway to the Garden Route. Situated in the heart of the Klein Karoo, this luxurious boutique hotel enjoys spectacular views across a fertile valley to the majestic Swartberg Mountains beyond. Built in the style and luxury of a country residence and furnished in South African Karoo style, it boasts every amenity you would expect from a five star luxury guest house. All bedrooms are equipped to full five star standards, while some rooms are larger than others, even the standard bedrooms are super king. Room 5 is the Superior Room, ideal for honeymooners, and rooms 1, 2, 3 and 4 are east-facing, veranda rooms, each with its own secluded walled garden, with a table and two chairs. Picture an elegant dining room and spacious, gracious lounge, individually decorated bedrooms all with private gardens, king-size extra-length beds and luxurious bathrooms, pool with shady gazebo, and a peaceful, elegant ambience, together making Calitzdorp Country House your first choice stopover to the Garden Route.
from R1200

Ladismith Manor

3 Reviews
Sleeps 6 in 3 rooms

Guests hoping to experience traditional Karoo hospitality will not be disappointed when choosing to stay at Ladismith Manor. As the name...
Guests hoping to experience traditional Karoo hospitality will not be disappointed when choosing to stay at Ladismith Manor. As the name suggests, it is situated in the scenic little town of Ladismith and is a great choice for couples. This Edwardian-style manor offers three well-appointed bedrooms, of which each has a queen-size bed and an en-suite bathroom. These individually decorated rooms also have TVs with DStv access as well as tea and coffee facilities. Guests can start their day off with a delicious breakfast before exploring what this charming town has to offer. The manor is conveniently located close to the R62 main road, making it a great stopover choice for guests en route to other towns in this part of the Western Cape.
from R740

Oaksrest Vineyards Guest Farm

2 Reviews
Sleeps 29 in 8 rooms

Oaksrest Vineyards Guest Farm is nestled in the fertile valley of Dwarsriver, 10 minutes’ drive...
Oaksrest Vineyards Guest Farm is nestled in the fertile valley of Dwarsriver, 10 minutes’ drive from Ladismith at the foot of the legendary Towerkop, the second highest mountain peak in the Western Cape, and surrounded by spectacular fruit orchards and wine and table grape vineyards. Oaksrest Vineyards Guest Farm welcomes the tired soul of the travelling guest. The unhurried pace of country life, splendor and natural beauty of the Klein Karoo, great hospitality and the crisp feel of fresh air will again invigorate and awaken the fire inside. Oaksrest Vineyards is a three star graded working wine and table grape guest farm and is a versatile venue. It doesn’t only cater as accommodation, but is also a superb venue for different functions; from weddings, birthdays and reunions to seminars and year \-end functions. The farm has also played host to several successful school leadership and youth camps, and offers a choice of bed and breakfast, self-catering and back packing accommodation which caters for up to a group of 42.
from R300

The Gumtree Guest House

9 Reviews
Sleeps 15 in 6 rooms

The Gumtree Guest House is situated on the banks of the Grobbelaars River, at the historic suspension bridge in Oudtshoorn. We offer...
The Gumtree Guest House is situated on the banks of the Grobbelaars River, at the historic suspension bridge in Oudtshoorn. We offer comfortable accommodation in beautiful rooms surrounded by a garden filled with indigenous plants, and we are located within walking distance of the town, restaurants, banks and curio shops. Our breakfasts are served inside or outside, depending on the weather, and fresh seasonal ingredients are used. The breakfasts served are fresh home-baked bread, fruit salad, cereals, yoghurt, cheese, meat and a hot breakfast that is cooked according to your order. The products used are mainly produced locally. The Swartberg Mountains are in full view from the veranda and the setting sun can be watched from the wooden deck. The Gumtree Guest House offers the ideal stopover for all travellers, where nature and tranquility meet.
from R890

Koedoeskloof Country Lodge

3 Reviews
Sleeps 9 in 4 rooms

Koedoeskloof Country Lodge offers a piece of paradise where guests can relax and enjoy a quiet...
Koedoeskloof Country Lodge offers a piece of paradise where guests can relax and enjoy a quiet country setting surrounded by the magnificent Klein Swartberg mountain range overlooking the magical Towerkop mountain peak. DwarsBar, our funky onsite restaurant, is unmistakably the central point of our lodge, where our guests come to relax and enjoy sundowners on the deck whilst taking in the scenic beauty of this spectacular valley. A menu of delicious homemade burgers is available ranging from beef, to ostrich and kudu. Our four double guest rooms can accommodate two people each and are simply but beautifully decorated in our own eclectic style. They each have separate entrances with access from the shared veranda, white percale linen, fresh towels, fans, blankets for extra heat, and plunger coffee and tea. Campers can pitch their tents on one of the lawned terraces with electrical points, ablutions with warm water showers, loos, a basic kitchen prep area, and access to the communal braai area/s. We’re situated in an area that is easily accessible by car or motorbike. For the adventurous the area offers a variety of walking, hiking and rock climbing trails, including Towerkop, Towersig, and Oom Stanley se Liggie. Bird life is abundant and completely underestimated in this area. There are also various self-drive options including Seweweekspoort with its towering rock formations and diversity of fauna and flora, the Hoeko, Voorbaat and Winkelplaas areas with ambling roads through farmlands and orchards. And no matter what you decide to do with your time here, you will undoubtedly leave Koedoeskloof feeling revived, refreshed and enriched with fond memories of a visit to one of best kept secrets of the Klein Karoo. "In this case, the journey would almost be as good as the destination."
from R590

Mymering Guest House

13 Reviews
Sleeps 20 in 9 rooms

Mymering is a four-star guest house on a working farm. Nestled in the fertile Dwarsrivier valley amongst picturesque wine lands, abundant...
Mymering is a four-star guest house on a working farm. Nestled in the fertile Dwarsrivier valley amongst picturesque wine lands, abundant fruit farms and the magnificent Towerkop mountain, the farm produces grapes, olives, figs and more. A choice of accommodation offers spectacular views of the farm and the mountains beyond. Take advantage of the walking and biking trails at Mymering or sign up for one of the many adventure activities or game watching opportunities offered nearby. Aromatherapy treatments are on request and taken on your private deck. All suites have been individually decorated with your comfort in mind. Air-conditioned, percale linins, fluffy bath sheets, private pools, full en suites with luxury toiletries, equipped kitchenettes, and mini bar. We offer a three-course dinner by arrangement at a cost of R180.00 per head.
from R1200

Advocate's Manor

1 Review
Sleeps 16 in 7 rooms

Advocate’s Manor is a warm and welcoming guest house that will make you feel right at home. Advocate’s Manor is ideally located in the...
Advocate’s Manor is a warm and welcoming guest house that will make you feel right at home. Advocate’s Manor is ideally located in the town of Oudtshoorn in the Klein Karoo, nestled between the Swartberg and Outeniqua mountain ranges. Oudtshoorn is renowned as being the ostrich capital of the world, and offers plenty of tourist attractions, restaurants and shops. Advocate’s Manor offers accommodation in individually decorated and styled guest rooms. Each room contains either a double bed or twin single beds, and an en-suite bathroom. In addition, each room boasts tea and coffee-making facilities, and Wi-Fi internet access. Outside, there is a charming undercover patio area, that leads to a well-kept garden and swimming pool area. Secure off-street parking is provided.
from R700

De Zeekoe Guest Farm

32 Reviews
Sleeps 66 in 26 rooms

This 2000-hectare bio-diversified farm is privately owned and nestled between the majestic Swartberg and Outeniqua Mountains on the banks...
This 2000-hectare bio-diversified farm is privately owned and nestled between the majestic Swartberg and Outeniqua Mountains on the banks of the Olifants River. We are located on one of the world’s 17 hotspots with three overlapping flower zones and only 7 km from Oudtshoorn on the R328, opposite the Safari Ostrich Farm. The colonial-style main lodge has lush gardens and open verandas leading to 16 stylish fully equipped and air-conditioned rooms. Four rustic Waterfront Cabins ideal for a romantic getaway are located a short drive away. Guests can enjoy our inventive and delicious traditional cooking with a Karoo twist and compliment evening meals with wines from our very own cellar. Facilities include eco farm tours on a tractor, horse riding, self-guided walks, birding with 162 species, canoeing, fishing, biking, a saltwater pool as well as meerkat tours on the reserve by our guide, Devey. Bookings are essential. Listen to the silence that is old Africa and you will discover it is music - Amadou Hampabeba, 1976.
from R1040

Olivier's Rust

1 Review
Sleeps 42 in 11 rooms

Olivier's Rust is situated in the quaint town of De Rust, along Route 62. The guest house consists of eight self-catering units, one...
Olivier's Rust is situated in the quaint town of De Rust, along Route 62. The guest house consists of eight self-catering units, one family flat and two guest rooms. The self-catering units come equipped with kitchenettes, dining areas, DStv and patios with braai facilities. The property also offers guests Wi-Fi Internet access, a swimming pool and secure parking. De Rust has many great attractions in and around the area, including the Kammanassie Nature Reserve, the Bontebok National Park and the outstanding Cango Caves.
from R450

Little Karoo South Africa

Little Karoo Guest House Accommodation

The Little Karoo is the hot, dry region squeezed between the Outeniqua Mountains that separate it from the green and luscious Garden Route, and the rugged Swartberg Mountains that separate it from the wider, hotter Great Karoo.

The well marketed Route 62 extends further than the actual R62, including parts of the Breede River Valley. It's a lovely, quiet alternative to the rather more goal-oriented N2, passing through some interesting little towns and winds its way past loads of wineries and guest farms that specialise in rugged activities like 4x4 trails and quad bike trails. The major part of Route 62 runs straight through the Little Karoo towns of Ashton, Montagu, Barrydale, Ladismith, Calitzdorp, Oudtshoorn and De Rust.

It's a lot of fun to zig-zag backwards and forwards between the N2 and the R62 over some very scenic mountain passes, alternating between the lush green Garden Route and the drier, more austere Little Karoo. Most well known for its ostrich farms, which have developed into mega tourist traps, the Little Karoo supports a thriving agricultural industry. Olives, deciduous fruit and wine add to the rather heady mix that most local restaurants exploit gleefully.
Calitzdorp, which is most well known for its great port, holds a port festival every July, and there are fabulous wine farms along the whole length of the R62. Probably the most well known attraction in the region, though, is the enormous Cango Caves in Oudtshoorn. There are some great rock paintings in various parts of the Little Karoo.

The magnificent landscapes, locally known as red hills, offer some fun day walks, and the high mountains on either side of this long, thin valley, offer fantastic multi-day hikes. There are loads of really great cultural attractions, not least of which is the annual KKNK, the Klein Karoo Nasionale Kunstefees (Little Karoo National Arts Festival) in Oudtshoorn. It's a party. Big time.

The Little Karoo is the hot, dry region squeezed between the Outeniqua Mountains that separate it from the green and luscious Garden Route, and the rugged Swartberg Mountains that separate it from the wider, hotter Great...

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