About Clivia Huis
Clivia Huis is just over two-hour’s drive from Cape Town in the lovely town of Bredasdorp. This bed and breakfast accommodates two guests and has a charming outdoor space where you can relax. This is a one-bedroom unit with two single beds and a bathroom with a shower. A continental breakfast is included in the rate, but you still have the luxury of a kitchen and a braai in which to prepare the rest of your meals. The kitchen is equipped with a fridge, a microwave and a toaster. This is a secure environment and there is undercover parking available.There are a lot of exciting activities to do in and around Bredasdorp. You can visit the Shipwreck Museum, go for a wine tasting at the Black Oystercatcher, drive out to the Bontebok National Park or stop at the Napier Brewery. Full DSTV and Wi-Fi
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