Kamerkloof

Baviaanskloof Hartland,

Studtis, Cape Floristic Kingdom,

South Africa, 6451

 

+27 (0) 87 700 4466

Cell: +27 (0) 83 602 1253

(WhatsApp)

tassie@yebo.co.za

 

Latitude: -33.54405 South

Longitude: 23.98569 East

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Beautiful farm setting

Perfectly situated on the farm, die Wildedruifhuisie is a restored farm cottage that is quaint and slighly up on the hillside with great views over the farm dam, olives orchards and sheep pastures. Die Wildedruifhuisie is a cosy cottage with reeded ceilings and traditional Kamerkloof river stoned stoeps. The cottage is a four sleeper with two bedrooms. There is one bedroom with two single beds and another bedroom with a double bed. There is a kitchette, living room, one bathroom, an outdoor fire place and a covered braai area on the stoep with clear and open views of the farm and surrounding mountains. Die Wildedruifhuisie is affordable self catering accommodation ideal for smaller groups, couples and small families. Please note that no meals can be booked at the Wildedruifhuisie.

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Wildedruifhuisie Key Features

> Complimentary internet at Heritage Centre

> No meals

> Private stand-alone self catering cottage

> Patio with private braai area

> Private trails for Kamerkloof GUESTS only

> Prior requested housekeeping service

> Farm and mountain views

> Sleeps 4

> Two bedrooms

> One bathroom with shower

> Fully equipped kitchenette

>  Splash swimming pool

> Farm dam next to cottage (fishing welcome)

> Smoking: none indoors

Baviaanskloof geskiedenis

Die Wildedruifhuisie op Kamerkloof herdenk die vloed wat die Baviaanskloof op Vrydag 5 Mei 1916 getref het en die inwoners wat tydens die ramp dood is. Vier lede van die Campbell-familie lê in 'n gesamentlike graf op die plaas Onderste Klipfontein. P.H. Nortjé het sy boek 'Die wildedruif val' op hierdie gebeure gebaser.