Situated fifteen kilometres from the pretty Boland village of Robertson and nestled in the foothills of the Langeberg Mountains, the PAT BUSCH Private Nature Reserve is only one and a half hours scenic drive from Cape Town. A world in one valley...
Boesmansdrift, where you can experience your dreams of a country life, and the friendliness of the Bonnievale community! Relax in our fully furnished self-catering farm house, (which sleeps 8), nestled along the Breede River...
Excelsior Manor Guesthouse is a farmhouse that has been restored to its former glory and now has nine luxury en suite bedrooms prepared for the guest lodge. The large garden offers many old trees, roses and even a rose maze.
Asher Riverside Cottages offers the perfect location for a relaxing family farm break-away or holiday. Asher Riverside Cottages have 4 private self-catering cottages beautifully situated amongst the vineyards on the bank of the Breede River over..
Our mission at Gecko Rock is to offer our visitors an unparalleled outdoor experience in the South African Karoo - one of the most unique natural areas on earth.
Our Cape Thatch Garden Cottages and Georgian Cottages offer 13 self-catering cottages, double and twin beds shower or bath on-suites fully equipped kitchenettes in magnificent gardens with a library, restaurant and swimming pool
Known as the gateway to the Little Karoo, Montagu is a historic town just 2 hours drive from Cape Town on Route 62. Montagu is one of the best preserved late Victorian agricultural villages in the Cape and is a wine producing village on the Little Karoo wine route.
If that isnt enough of an invitation, Montagu is also known as the "mountain mecca" of the Cape and lies nestled between the Keisie and Kingna Rivers. Her lack of pollution makes for beautiful night skies and Montagu has incredible rock formations, fruit orchards, vineyards and healing hot mineral springs as her other attractions.
Lovers Walk in Montagu, which was painstakingly reconstructed after a flood in 1981, is a charming walk that passes through beautiful cliffs to the springs. The Nature Garden, founded in 1954, offers complete peace and relaxation to those on a break from the city and other attractions include mountain biking, climbing, kloofing, fishing and boat trips on the Breede River.