About Kududu Guest House
Situated on a hill overlooking the Sundays River Valley, Kududu Guest House has panoramic 360° views across farmlands and extensive Eastern Cape bush. Its position allows for complete isolation from intrusive sounds. One of our guests recently said: “I woke up this morning and thought perhaps I had been asleep for a week – such peace and quiet.” "Kududu is made exceptional by its feeling of remoteness, while being close to a host of amenities" Kududu Guest House is proudly owned and managed by Anri and Danie Janse van Rensburg. Our farm is a working Lucerne and stock farm. Visitors are warmly invited to view the bustle of activities as Lucerne is baled or planted or Nguni and Bonsmara cattle are dipped or herded. Our three en-suite guestrooms are situated around a tranquil indoor garden. Each room is equipped with tea/coffee making facilities, DSTV, and air-conditioners. Crisp percale linen is used on all our beds and personal toiletries are provided. A hearty farm-house breakfast is served daily between 8am and 10am. Enjoy magical views as you sip your early morning coffee overlooking our magnificent valley. Relax on the veranda after breakfast with a good novel or take yourself off on one of our marked trails. Spend the rest of the day around the pool or strolling through our peaceful garden. Alternatively visit one of the many attractions nearby or let us arrange your tours and bookings for you. Return to Kududu for sundowners, in time to watch one of the most spectacular sunsets you will ever have the pleasure of seeing. Perhaps you would like to take an evening stroll up to the dam and quietly wait for the Kudu’s to come for their evening drink. Dinner is served on request. Enjoy delicious South African fare while you chat with your fellow-guests about the highlights of your day. Retire to the veranda for a view of the amazing star sky, and then just breathe…..and relax….
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