Baviaanskloof Guest Houses

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From R525 pps


* World Heritage Site * Natural stone cottages, all bedrooms have own fireplace * Freshly prepared country style meals included * Discounts offered for longer stays * Outdoor activities and... More Info

From R150 pps


Surrounded by the red cliffs of the Baviaanskloof and with a beautiful view down the Cedar Valley, this exclusive farm house caters for the visitor who likes to nurture themselves in comfort and style... More Info

From R1000 pps


Ragelsrivier is an unspoilt, private guest farm that is situated next to the familiar Nooitgedacht farm, just outside the small town of Kareedouw. Perfect for a relaxing weekend getaway or a weekend f... More Info

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Bo-Kloof Guest Farm
9.5 km

From R90 pps


Bo-Kloof is situated in the western part of the Baviaanskloof. We offer self catering, bed and breakfast or dinner bed and breakfast accommodation, as well as camping, hiking and a 4x4 trail. ... More Info

Sederkloof Lodge
10 km

From R960* unit

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The ethos of Sederkloof Lodge is the tranquil enjoyment that the spectacular Baviaanskloof, World Heritage Site, in the Eastern Cape, South Africa, offers. This venue consists of six luxury stone-... More Info

Semane Lodge
16.4 km

From R150 pps


Cosy country living. Romantic winter fires. Breathtakingly beautiful summer hikes. Quiet romantic breakaway weekends. Come and visit our luxury lodges in the Baviaanskloof - where the nationís apples ... More Info

Apple Valley Guesthouse
29.3 km

From R350 pps


apple Valley Guesthouse is situated in the Eastern Cape along the R62 route meandering through the Langkloof ,in Krakeel only a 10min drive from Joubertina .† We can accommodate 12 guests in 5 luxury... More Info

Tsitsikamma Backpackers
40.4 km

From R220 pps

  • ****
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Tsitsikamma Backpackers offers a unique Eco-friendly tranquil environment situated in Stormsriver Village. This four star hostel is surrounded by the magnificent Tsitsikamma forest and mountains. ... More Info

Pear Tree Cottage
40.4 km

From R300 pps


Cosy and affordable cottage located in Storms River Village, Garden Route. Ideal for couples and small families (1 child). Breakfast available upon request. Close to main attractions such as Treetop C... More Info

Armagh Country Lodge & Spa
40.5 km

From R450 pps


The Armagh, Rafters Restaurant and Tsitsikamma Mountain Spa sit gracefully at the foot of the Tsitsikamma mountains surrounded by natural forest and fynbos, in the village of Storms River. Spaciou... More Info

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Baviaanskloof Reviews

Baviaanskloof
Really enjoyed Baviaanskloof, beautiful scenery! If we lived in the Cape, this would be a regular weekend getaway.
- Cilla Crocker

Baviaanskloof
The Baviaanskloof is close to my heart. It is the 3rd time in a row that we stay over for two days on our way back home from Sedgefield. This somehow makes the end of our holiday a lot better. The Baviaanskloof has a special magic. All these beautiful mountains and the river crossing the road so many times...........we continuously stop to splash our feet in this bright clear water, looking to see how many tortoises we can see seeking the same pleasure. We also saw some Kudu and Njala in the reserve this time, we were quite surprised. We stop at a farm stall and were treated to the best roosterkoek fresh from the coals.......what a treat! This time it was very hot but I believe two days after we left, the Baviaanskloof had beautiful rain......just what I prayed for! This is a place my husband and I got to love and we will be back!
- Marianne Liebenberg

Baviaanskloof
Baviaanskloof is beautiful. The day we drove through the kloof from Glencoe to Willomore we were the only vehicle in the park and that was so nice - quiet, peaceful and all the animals were out grazing. We saw a lot: buffalo, bushbuck, kudus, hartebeest, baboons and we drove for kilometers on fresh tracks of a black Rhino but we weren't lucky enough to see it. We did a lot of birding and I enjoyed all the plants that were flowering. We will visit Baviaans again.
- Trudie Peyper

Baviaanskloof
Baviaanskloof is not a place to traverse only. I would recommend a two nights stay. Although the Willowmore appears more attractive and offers a variety of smaller and bigger valleys within the Kloof the Cambria area offers good 4x4 side trips and Patensie has more infrastructure.
The main attraction is the Baviaanskloof trail area which in hindsight is fairly easy to drive and which offers several spectacular views. Due to many drifts and mainly green vegetation it is a bit more varied than "The Hell" between Oudshoorn and Prince Albert.
Apart from beautiful views you can do hiking as well as kloofing. You could stay on a bigger farm or self-catering cottage or camp and will be rewarded with fresh air, very little noise, a very starry night sky and get a good nights sleep. Without cellphone reception you can ignore the world outside and totally relax.
If in a hurry it would be possible to do a round trip from any place between Knysna and Jeffrey's Bay in a day but than you would want to return to Baviaanskloof to linger. To capture the beautiful impressions you get in morning and afternoon light require at least one overnight stay.

- Klaus Stross

Baviaanskloof
This is an experience of a lifetime - wow !!!!
- Pieter van Immerzeel