In the main house, there are two luxurious double rooms, the Leopard Room and the Zebra Room, with ensuite showers, and a lovely twin bedded room, the Giraffe Room, which has an en-suite bathroom. All are beautifully furnished in contemporary style, with original artworks by African artists. There is television, the facility to make fresh coffee and tea, and, when available, tasty home – cooked treats and a glass of local wine to welcome you. The Zebra room is specially equipped to make life easy for disabled travellers. The Giraffe room comes with a DVD player and a choice of films.
We offer an incredible breakfast buffet, which you can enjoy while sitting on the verandah overlooking the Langeberg Mountains, enjoying the abundant bird life in our sensory garden, filled with fragrance and textures. You can relax and take advantage of our library which specialises in new South African writers. There is a plunge pool, use of a braai and off road parking.
We also offer self catering in our separate cottage which is self contained and fully equipped: with kitchen, fridge, cooker, microwave and breakfast bar, bath/shower room, living space with TV, Playstation, and CD player, dining area, two bedrooms; one double, one twin and a sleeper couch in the living area. The cottage has its own patio and braai area, and guests can also enjoy our garden. It is simple, unpretentious and comfortable.
We have a fully networked Internet room with work stations and there is free wi-fi throughout the premises.Read More ›
From Cape Town N2:
Enter Swellendam via the main street, Voortrek Street. Continue through the town until you see Andrew Whyte Street on the left, (Signpost to Marloth Mountain Reserve).
From George N2:
Enter Swellendam via the main street Swellengrebel Street which becomes Voortrek Street. Continue through the town until you see Andrew Whyte Street on the right, (Signpost to Marloth Mountain reserve).
From Robertson N1:
Enter Swellendam via the main street, Voortrek Street. Continue through the town until you see Andrew Whyte Street on the left (Signpost to Marloth Mountain Reserve).
We are 530m, on the right. Read More ›