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About Seweweekspoort Akkommodasie

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.

  • Response Rate: 100%
  • Response Time: an hour
  • Minimum stay: 2 Days
  • Type: Self-catering
  • Sleeps: 6
  • Check-in: 01:00 PM
    Check-out: 10:00 AM
  • Reviews: 5 Reviews


  • Braai/Barbecue

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Afrikaans

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          Reviews for Seweweekspoort Akkommodasie

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          Hana Samalikova, Czech Republic
          30 December 2015

          An original experience. It will remain in our memories as a special place in natural environment.The Ben's Cottage is nice and clean with a big bathroom. Basic equipment in the kitchen allows you to heat your meals. We got a warm loaf of home made bread and butter&preserves - delicious!Spectaculous views, mountains, blue sky and sun.Peace.

          renate van gorp, South Africa
          08 April 2014

          Absolutely stunning! An amazing getaway, beautiful cottage, great view! We just had a perfect stay! Definitely recommendable to everyone!

          Nerina theunissen, South Africa
          18 June 2010

          The warm freshly baked bread, farm butter and jam was a welcome bonus.

          Gale de Klerk, South Africa
          23 February 2010

          Had a great stay - extended with 1 day. Co-campers Visagie from Wellington. Frits, Jonel and Julian - thank you for a lovely time. Seweweekspoort itself is something that you cannot show pictures of or even try and explain the beauty of to any-one. You just have to experience this astonishing place

          Nico And Manda de Wet, South Africa
          10 February 2010

          By De Vos en Bertha op Middelplaas kan mens nie anders as om hulle oop vriendelike stemming te geniet nie. As dit vrugtetyd is, 'n bonus. Dra ons hartlike en opregte dank oor aan hulle. Kalaharigroete Nico en Manda de Wet

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          Seweweekspoort Akkommodasie is 55.5km from the centre of Laingsburg , the nearest airport 136.7km (George Airport).
          *Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling

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