About Kredouw Olive Estate
Kredouw Olive Estate is a small attractive farm lying in the base of the Kredouw Pass in the exquisite Prince Albert Valley, on the R407 between Klaarstroom and Prince Albert.
On the estate we have four self-catering cottages. It is as beautiful as it is comfortable, with spectacular views of the Swartberg Mountains and the orchards. There is a lovely Karoo swimming pool available for our guests and an interesting shop , where our guests can do an olive oil tasting and have good coffee on the stoep. We are very happy to show our guests the farm, the olive oil factory and the orchards.
We do not allow pets on the farm, due to the presence of the almost extinct Riverine Rabbit on the farm.We do everything we can to aid this animal's conservation. There is no cellphone reception on the farm. We have WI-FI at the Main house and the offices, if need be.
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