About Laingsburg Country Hotel
This quaint hotel in the heart of the Karoo offers the ideal stopover between Cape Town and Johannesburg. Being located close to some stunning mountain passes and winelands, guests will have plenty to experience while staying here.
Laingsburg Hotel was originally built in 1959 and is still owned by the Hart family, adding to the history of the area.
The hotel offers double bedrooms as well as a family suite, making it ideal for any occasion. Each room offers true country hospitality and the added benefit of modern conveniences of en-suite bathrooms, air-conditioning and tea and coffee facilities. The hotel boasts a beautiful pool where you can relax and cool down on the warmer days of the Karoo.
Laingsburg Hotel boasts a renowned restaurant and coffee shop where you are able to enjoy some Karoo lamb, perfectly prepared in classic Cape country style.
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Things to do in and around Laingsburg
(33.4 km from Laingsburg)
Josephskraal Trail is 40 km from Laingsburg and offers a circular route suitable for 4x2 vehicles with diff-lock. High clearance vehicles are required. The sandy track in the riverbed is more challenging and the experienced drivers are recommended...
(42.2 km from Laingsburg)
The Diep en Deur is a 4x4 trail in the Witteberg Private Nature Reserve between Touws Rivier and Laingsburg. The Diep en Duer trail is one of four trails in this private reserve. The trail is 15 km long and its halfway point is 1370 m above sea...
(56.1 km from Laingsburg)
Indigenous vegetation of the Little Karoo veld, as well as fauna like eland, springbok, duiker and steenbok can be seen on this beautiful walk. The circular trail is 12 km long and is rated as easy. Hikers must arrange for key collection at the...
(56.3 km from Laingsburg)
The two-day horse trail in Anysberg Nature Reserve offers an amazing adventure in a vast wilderness. One of the reserve’s rangers will show you the basics of tacking up your horse before setting out. Along the way guides point out interesting rock...