Meurant Self-Catering Cottage situated in Riversdale, Heidelberg right off the N2. Sleeps up to 6 guests. Lounge is equipped with a flat screen, selected DStv channels, kitchen - fully equipped, outside braai...
Oumas Vila is a large 6 bedroomed house and can sleep up to twelve people. We do not hire it out to more than one party of people at the time. The house is situated in a quite part of town in historical Fourie street. The herritage foundation ...
Kleindoorn Guest House is a typical Karoo farmhouse dating back to 1834. This self catering accommodation sleeps up to 10 people.
Koensrust Sea Farm is a beautiful seaside private getaway rich in wildlife and scenery along the south cape coast just 3,5 hours from Cape Town. It offers accommodation in 4 rustic self-catering options spread across the farm, each with its own...
The Beach Shack is a small simple fisherman's holiday cottage situated right on the beach on a coastal farm on the South Cape Coast. It is about 3,5 hours away from Cape Town and lies halfway between Witsands and Stilbay.
Waterkloof Guesthouse, a free range ostrich farm, is situated in the scenic vastness of the Southern Cape, near Swellendam and Heidelberg. A few minutes drive will take you to the holiday town of Witsand with its superb beach and fisherman's paradise
Beachfront Selfcatering Accommodation situated in Witsand offers a big house with various groundfloor units, Right in front of the house is the beach.
This gracious 3-bedroomed self catering home is situated on the Northern bank of the Breede River at Port Beaufort. It is 1km upstream from the mouth at Witsand.
Tides offers three self catering cottages and one Boathouse all are right on the banks of the river and have stunning views, verandahs and braai areas. Bedrooms have Queen size beds, 100% cotton linen. Kitchens are fully equipped.
The Breede Riverine is only a three hour drive from Cape Town's busy city life, which is close enough to serve as a relaxing weekend getaway for city dwellers.
Heidelberg is situated on the Duivenhoks River and the town was started in 1855 when a new Dutch Reformed congregation was created for the farmers between Swellendam and Riversdale. The town grew around the church and it was named in honour of the german town, Heidelberg, because of the Heidelberg catechism that was practiced in the church.
In 1903 Heidelberg became part of the railway network and today it is an important transport link for the wool, wheat, fruit, and tobacco industries of the area. The river, the Duivenhoks (Dovecote), was named by an explorer, Isaq Schrijver, who observed a lot of doves where the river flows into the Indian Ocean, at a place called Puntjie. The Duivenhoks River has its origins in the Langeberg range and slowly flows through the undulating foothills.
For hikers to the Heidelberg area, a visit to the Boesmansbos area might prove interesting because of the vast variety of birds and fynbos in the area.
The St Barnabas Anglican Church, in the town of Heidelberg, has lovely woodcarvings and cathedral windows and is well worth a visit.
Heidelberg is situated on the N2 national road and is just a short distance away from the start of the garden route and close to the Stil Bay junction.