Citrusdal Accommodation

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Sleeps: 122 in 34 units/rooms

The Baths

Self Catering House, Cottage, Chalet Accommodation in Citrusdal

The Baths Natural Hot Springs is a privately owned resort situated 16km from Citrusdal.

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Sleeps: 34 in 5 units/rooms
From R 770,00
Per unit, per night.

Pampoen Fontein

Pet Friendly Accommodation in Porterville

34.5km South East of center of Citrusdal

Pampoen Fontein Farm is situated on a plateau high in the Olifants River Mountains two hours from Cape Town. We offer complete peace and quiet within a thousand acres of wild flowers, sandstone mountains, pristine dams and spectacular views.

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Sleeps: 35 in 4 units/rooms
From R 230,00
Per person, per night sharing.

Berghoff chalets

Pet Friendly Accommodation in Porterville

37.6km South East of center of Citrusdal

Berghoff fynbos farm in the Olifants River Mountains above Porterville offers four fully equipped, self-catering chalets for breaks from city life.The chalets all have panoramic views over the mountains and are a short two hour drive from...

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Sleeps: 84 in 42 units/rooms
From R 1 200,00
Per unit, per night.

Clanwilliam Hotel

Sleeps 10 or More Accommodation in Clanwilliam

42.8km North West of center of Citrusdal

Ensconced in the magical Oliphant's River Valley, Clanwilliam Hotel is situated off the beaten track. Only two hours drive from Cape Town, the hotel offers air-conditioned rooms, swimming pool and secure parking.

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Citrusdal

Known as the gateway to the Cederberg, the village of Citrusdal lies just 2 hours from Cape Town on the N7, nestled between the Koue Bokkeveld and the Swartberg Mountains. Citrusdal, synonymous with citrus farming, is set amongst green citrus orchards and fields of rooibos tea, buchu and wild flowers. Goue Vallei wines are produced from locally grown grapes.

The Cederberg was proclaimed a wilderness area in 1973 and stretches from the Middlelberg Pass at Citrusdal to the Pakhuis Pass at Clanwilliam, including about 71 000 ha of rugged, mountainous terrain. The conservancy - custodians of the Clanwilliam Cedar tree and home to the rare Cape Leopard - runs as a voluntary agreement between local landowners.

The Citrusdal valley is one of the most beautiful and popular amongst hikers, mountain bikers and bird watchers alike. The oldest orange tree in the country, said to be more than 250 years old and declared a national monument, stands on the farm Hexrivier in the Citrusdal valley.