About Dwarsberg Trout Hideaway
Dwarsberg Trout Hideaway is the perfect place for functions, fly fishing and family getaways. We offer conference facilities with Wi-Fi Internet access for corporate functions. The idyllic and natural setting makes us popular for intimate weddings, as well as private functions.
There are seven campsites on the banks of the Holsloot River, which are equipped with ablution facilities, warm water and five of these sites have electricity. They can accommodate groups of 20 people per campsite. The five fully equipped, self-catering units can accommodate up to 33 people sharing. All chalets are supplied with cutlery, crockery, cooking utilities, two-plate stoves, fridges with freezers, microwaves, kettles, toasters, braai grids, bedding and towels.
Dwarsberg Trout Hideaway offers a big screen TV with DStv for those sports events that are not to be missed, on request, and the terrace overlooks the beautiful mountain and river. Cool off in the crystal clear river pool or enjoy mountain biking and hiking on the trails. Trout fishing is available at an extra cost. Wine tasting and cellar tours are at the nearby Daschbosch Wine Cellar and this can be prearranged. Holsloot River supplies the nearby town of Worcester with its water and it creates a tailwater fishery, ensuring a constant supply of cool water in the Cape’s hot and dry summers when other rivers in the area become too warm for trout fishing.
Wedding Venues: The idyllic and natural setting makes us popular for intimate weddings, as well as private functions.
Conference Venues: Conference facilities include Wi-Fi Internet, a projector screen, flip charts, mints and water. A projector available.
Stay between 07 Jun 2018 and 31 Aug 2018 and get 10% off on selected rooms.
- 2 night min stay (check-in between 07 Jun 2018 and 31 Aug 2018)
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Right of admission is reserved. This establishment is privately owned and entry is governed by the following conditions and house rules. We are entitled to evict anyone for offensive and/or unlawful conduct. We are... Office hours are:
Right of admission is reserved. This establishment is privately owned and entry is governed by the following conditions and house rules. We are entitled to evict anyone for offensive and/or unlawful conduct. We are not responsible for any loss caused by fire or theft. The use of any of the establishment’s facilities is entirely at your own risk. In case of emergency, management has the right to take appropriate action without notification.
In case of emergency, management do have the right to move any guest to a unit of the same standard without any notification.
Please do not feed the baboons. No pets are allowed. No loud music. No shooting, including air guns. There are no day visitors unless prior arrangements were made with reception. No motor vehicles or quad bikes are allowed, unless it is your means of transportation. Please refrain from moving utensils and/or furniture between the cottages. No cottage guests are allowed at the campsites. The campsites are strictly for campers only. The jungle gyms, as well as the picnic area in front of the cottages are strictly for cottage guests only. No campers are allowed. We are not responsible for any personal items left behind. Any items will be kept for 30 days only. see more
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