Accommodation

Accommodation

The Guest House is located in the Kogelberg Biosphere in the Overberg region which is rich in fauna and flora, situated on the edge of the Hottentots Holland Mountains Nature Reserve in the Elgin Valley, only one hour’s drive from Cape Town. It has a genuine country feel with beautiful views of the Eikenhof Dam and Hottentots Holland mountains which contribute to the tranquil, family and country environment.

Main House

Our self-catering guest house sleeps a total of 7 people. The house has two bedrooms, one has a queen-sized bed and the other has twins. There are also three single beds in the living area. The house has a fully equipped kitchen and one bathroom.

Cost: R1 600 per night for up to 4 people sharing and an additional R160 per person per night for a 5th, 6th and 7th person.

Pond Room

The pond room is a semi-self catering flat. It has a queen sized bed, one bathroom with a shower and a kitchenette. The pond room sleeps a total of 2 people

Cost: R750 per night for 2 people sharing.

Shepherd Huts

“Pecan” and “Timberline”, custom built and furnished by local joinery Elgin Shepherd Huts (OJW Shepherd Huts) offer guests and travellers visiting the Elgin Valley a sure self-catering “room with a view”.

Complete with a natural fynbos mini garden and a deck offering unspoilt views across the Eikenhof Dam and Hottentots Holland Mountains, these quirky and largely romantic glamping-style huts make for the perfect solo or tete-a-tete getaway experience in the Overberg.

Cost:

Weeknights: R750 per Hut for two people sharing. No minimum stay. Includes Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday nights.

Weekends: R1 500 per Hut for two people sharing. Minimum 2 night stay applies with check-in on a Friday.

T’s & C’s:
Guests will be held liable for any loss or damage to the property, even if not advised on departure. No pets are allowed.Our accommodation is strictly no smoking although smoking is permitted outside. Alcohol brought in can only be consumed on the guest house grounds, not away on the rest of the land.

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