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About BeeCatcher Guest Farm

At Beecatcher Guest farm, in the heart of the Klein Karoo, near Ladismith, you can enjoy peace and quiet at the foot of the Kein Swartberg Mountains. Off the beaten track in the beautiful Voorbaat Valley, you awaken to beautiful sunrises and the sound of birds and farm life.

If you are looking for a relaxing, affordable getaway this is the perfect place for you; an informal, friendly atmosphere, in a beautiful private setting, a world away from the stress of modern living. We have a direct access onto the Klein Swartberg Mountains with its diverse indigenous flora. Cool off in mineral water dam, kloofs to explore, country walks, mountain hikes or bring your mountain bike and explore the valley. We are only 19 km off the famous R62 and 23km West of Ladismith town, Western Cape. Beecatcher is a guest farm so you will have the opportunity to interact directly with the animals. Pigs, piglets, sheep, lambs, goats, rabbits, chickens, geese and more. Usually some baby animals around as well.

We offer four self-catering cottages; bed and breakfast or dinner, bed and breakfast on request for larger groups. Rates are per person.

  • Response Rate: 100%
  • Response Time: 7 hours
  • Type: Self-catering
  • Sleeps: 16
  • Check-in: 02:00 PM
    Check-out: 11:00 AM
  • Reviews: 15 Reviews


  • Braai/Barbecue
  • Swimming Pool
  • Indoor Fireplace
  • Hiking
  • No Credit Card Facilities

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Dutch
  • Afrikaans

Room availability and prices

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Reviews for BeeCatcher Guest Farm

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Janice Perkins, South Africa
20 April 2015

Very nice, made to feel very welcome.

Karl Laepple, South Africa
31 May 2013

We enjoyed a real working farm experience in this unique setting. Clean and comfortable cottages and very helpful and friendly hosts. A Place to remember and to return to.

, South Africa
08 January 2013

This is a lovely family farm...we were served a superb, extremely generous farm dinner in our cottage and enjoyed a great breakfast at the main house in the morning. Spotlessly clean, fun things to do for the whole family.

Maike Engelke, South Africa
05 October 2012

We had a very nice 1-night stay at BeeCatcher Guest Farm. The host was very friendly and the accommodation in a very peaceful surrounding. Very clean and tidy. Ideal for a quiet stay far away from big cities. We will definitely be back.

Mike Ferreira, South Africa
19 March 2012

Very pleasant stay. Excellent dinner. Wonderful location. Peace, quietness and tranquility.

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BeeCatcher Guest Farm Map

BeeCatcher Guest Farm is 22.9km from the centre of Ladismith , the nearest airport 157.8km (George Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling

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Noukloof Nature Reserve Trail

(0.6 km from Ladismith)

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Bosluiskloof Pass

(21.3 km from Ladismith)

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Bojaankop 4x4 Trail

(39.5 km from Ladismith)

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