Onderhoek is a beautiful working wine farm situated just three kilometres outside Vredendal on the R363. Vredendal is possibly best known for its famous wines and situated in the beautiful Olifants River valley.
We offer one self-catering unit sleeping two guests and a campsite for 20 people.
Renowned for its intricate irrigation scheme, the Olifants River allows for extensive agriculture and viticulture in the area. The valley is green and fertile, surrounded by the majestic Gifberg, Maskam and Koebee peaks, creating a peaceful haven with a magical setting for getting away from it all.
Vredendal is centrally located and the ideal base from which to explore the wild flowers in Spring, Namaqualand, the rugged Cape West Coast and the sandstone Matzikama Mountains. It includes the large vineyards of Namaqua Wines, Klawer and Lutzville and a number of petite boutique cellars, all of which produce some reward winning wines. Experience also the typical West Coast hospitality.
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Things to do in and around Vredendal
(1.4 km from Vredendal)
Bergkraal 4x4 is situated on a farm between Vredendal and Klawer. The exact coordinates are unknown so it is essential that you call beforehand. This route is not an accredited 4x4 route but safety rules and precautions are enforced. This day...
(24.6 km from Vredendal)
Situated off the N7, north of Vanrhynsdorp, the Knersvlakte Spens Nursery and Farm shop extends a warm welcome to travellers. Here you can purchase indigenous succulents endemic to the Knersvlakte region from the nursery. The farm shop is loaded...
(26.2 km from Vredendal)
This route is in the Maskam Mountain with stunning views of the valley. The route itself is very challenging; you'll need skills and a real 4 x 4 vehicle to enjoy this ride. There are also braai facilities high up in the mountain. This is a very...
(33.1 km from Vredendal)
The railway bridge crossing the N7 which is crossing the Sout River. The river is dry for most of the year, but has been known to flood almost to the level of the road. Occasionally you will catch the exceptionally long freight trains that travel...