4 based on 213 reviews
We stayed in Olsen building. Was a birthday spoil. Opening the door to a beautiful courtyard with a built in braai, two deck chairs, a clothes horse and a fantastic jacuzzi where you hose in your own clean water. The flat is huge with an open plan room and kitchen and two large chairs to relax. Kitchen table with two chairs and a very good fridge /freezer combination. Kitchen fitted with everything you need to cook a meal or have a braai. There is a front patio where you can relax as well. Bathroom with a shower. All clean and good in the bathroom. Negatives : many many flies. Do bring fly repellent or a swat. The baboons are also a nuisance and attacked a dog when we were there. Outside a bit of maintenance needs to be done here yang there. Small stuff also like the gutters full of leaves. Our flat had beer bottles and ash lying on the rocks. Unacceptable. Supervision to be done after the cleaning staff says they are done. The MacGregor restaurant was very mediocre and very expensive. Really needs a bit of finesse here. Servings sloppy and tasteless. The snails and pasta Alfredo. The crumbled mushrooms was very good. They make a mean tartar sauce. Lovely. We loved the weekend and will definitely return.
4.5 based on 59 reviews
Congratulations Cape Nature. You have truly got Rocherpan just right. The chalets are superb, clean and well maintained. Considering that these are all built with Eco in mind, they are amazingly comfortable. Don't let anyone tell that the water less toilets are gross!! They work well with no smell. There are 4 family units, all with views of the pan and 4 single room units. Everything that one would need is catered for, new kitchen equipment, indoor fire place, outdoor braai, swimming pool and superb service from all staff. They really go out of their way to make a stay enjoyable.
Attractions are of course the pan with water birds for the enthusiast Unfortunately for us the pan was dry - due to the drought in the Cape. But this should not put anyone off. There are still an amazing amount of other bird species to watch and photograph. We were also treated to seeing the most perfect Boomslang being mobbed by the Bulbul's, what a perfect specimen and really not perturbed by us.
Great walks on well marked trails - easy walking as the area is relatively flat. A beach that goes on forever, want privacy be the only footprints, this is a must. Don't miss out on the immaculate picnic and braai spots, and enjoy a perfect sunset drink from the lookout spot.
This reserve comes highly rated by us, and we will definitely be returning when the pan is full.
Keep up the good work Cape Nature
4.5 based on 50 reviews
Hubby loves their dubbel and trippel, but sadly the trippel was not available for sale on our visit, and the dubbel was basically sold out. What a pity, since those are the favourites! But the beers are delicious, well priced and the setting is gorgeous.
4.5 based on 17 reviews
A short (11km) drive from Sanddrif. Kids loved to explore. Cave painting was good although not really worth the trip by itself. Stunning views and rock formations. Definitely worth a visit if you are already at Cederberg vineyard.
4.5 based on 13 reviews
The Simply Bee Observation Centre highlights the vital role bees play in the ecosystem. The unique glass observation hives provide you with a safe and fascinating first-hand insight into how bee colonies live and work to make honey. We also produce a high quality of all natural beeswax, honey and propolis products for sale.
I had come across their products a couple of years a goa dn wanted more so as we were in area set off for the centre. Staff very informative, the bees are fascinating and I cam away with a nice supply of products
4.5 based on 132 reviews
sulla route 364 da Clanwilliam verso Calvinia
4.5 based on 40 reviews
Tollie is a salty ole seadog with a few tall tales! But he's a good laugh and for all his banter is very professional. He knows his birds and there are a lot of them on this Berg River Cruise on Tollie's excellent boat. Bring...MoreThank you ,it was a great trip very special as we got our first rain today,the "Duikers" never lie about the weather.You always welcome!
4 based on 46 reviews
Gabrielskloof is a new and exciting winery situated on the N2, between Botriver and Caledon. We are the latest addition to the Botriver wine ward, and since opening our doors to the public in August 2009, we have hosted some exciting events, including quarterly food and wine pairings. Gabrielskloof offers the visitor a spectacular cellar experience, tasting room, restaurant and deli with 360 degree overberg views. Come and sample our superb wines, home grown olive oils, and wholesome local country fare.
We visited this lovely estate winery and restaurant of the N2 and enjoyed lovely estate Sauvignon Blanc and a delightful cheeseboard. The setting around a large garden and small lake was peaceful and modern. Also, the service from the young, local staff was friendly, attentive and informative. The caramel cheescake was a pure delight. Further, the estate shop offered a wide selection of local goods, wine and produce. Overall, an enjoyable time at this modern winery & restaurant.
4 based on 23 reviews
This is the highest wine farm above sea level in the Western Cape - as well as a holiday resort - ever so popular, but isolated. Not the kind of place you visit on short notice. We recommend you stay two nights. You have to do some planning and in the end will be blessed with nature as good as it gets. Wine tasting hours 6 days a week: 09h00 to 12h00 and 14h00 till 16h00. Close on Sundays, Xmas days and Easter Friday and special hours on Public Holidays. If you want to make this a day trip - rather phone and make sure about the road. Best is to stay the night in the fully equiped chalets. Take note: no restaurants and shops on the farm. Three hours drive from Cape Town Airport.
Place a long way from any where so if you go check your fuel tank. Wine tasting was really good with some very nice wines .There were around 19 differant wines to try if you wanted to. Good explanation of the wines available.
5 based on 1 reviews
What an exceedingly beautiful building this is - set high up on the hillside, making it visible to the rest of the townsfolk. This is by far the most imposing building in Piketberg, but it is totally charming - a bi-coloured symphony in slate grey stonework, with the quoins in off-white. It is easily recognisable as the work of one of South Africa's most prolific church architects, Carl Otto Hager. It is well worth a visit as not only has the building been lovingly maintained, but the Gardens and particularly the garden of remembrance are well laid out and pleasing to the eye.
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