Caledon Accommodation

Upon entering into the vicinity of Caledon, one is welcomed by the sights of golden barley fields against the backdrop of the imposing Swartberg mountain range

Caledon is found along the N2 national route, situated between Bredasdorp and Arniston. Those in search of some peace and tranquillity travel to the town for a relaxing weekend away. What makes Caledon unique to the many picturesque towns found scattered around the Western Cape, is its world-famous hot springs. The springs were initially discovered and used sparingly by the Khoi-Khoi people, before being commodified by European colonists for its healing properties. A sick house was built in close proximity to the natural phenomena, where the iron-rich water was dubbed a miracle healer for diseased and injured patients. While no longer used in the same fashion, stressed-out individuals find solace and comfort within these warm waters. Those who visit during the balmy summer months can opt for a dip in the cold pool. While those visiting during the chillier season can warm up in the thermal springs. The hot water is warmed by contact with rocks that are heated by pressure from deep underground, reaching a temperature of 49.5 degrees celcius.

While the springs are a major drawcard to Caledon, so too are the indigenous wildflowers. The Caledon Flower Garden, also known as the Venster Kloof Nature Garden, is a hive of indigenous fynbos and vegetation, prolific bird life and scenic, mountain views of Swartberg. During the month of September, horticulturalists visit the town for the annual flower show where blooming varieties of Cape wildflowers are put on display.

Travellers looking to explore the area can drive through the Shaw Pass, this mountain drive traverses through de en Aarde, a valley that connects Hermanus to Caledon. Drivers will enjoy a gentle drive, which may come as a surprise as the roads are mostly gravelled. Upon one’s exploration of the area, travellers are encouraged to take a quick pit stop at Tesselaarsdal, a quaint village known for its livestock and lavender farms.

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Grootvlei Cottage
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From R850* unit

Experience Caledon hospitality with overnight accommodation for up to four guests in Grootvlei Cottage. Enjoy the rustic simplicity of life on this working wheat and sheep farm, where guests can take ... Read More

Chavonnes Farm Cottage
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Chavonnes Farm cottage is a unique farm stay. Relax and spend quality time in a very comfortable, fully equipped self catering cottage (3star SATGC) on our wheat and sheep farm in Overberg. Set agains... Read More

Little Lotta Cottage

From R420 pps

The ideal breakaway from the busy city life. Situated in the heart of the Overberg - Caledon from which to explore the whole of the surrounding area, or simply to relax. Just 1 hour from Cape Town, Li... Read More

Swartberg Gastehuis

From R380 pps

The Swartberg Guest House is situated in the historical Meul street in Caledon. The Guest house offers 3 en-suite bedrooms with private entrances. Each room has coffee & tea making facilities, bar fr... Read More

Athenian Villa

From R400 pps

Athenian Villa welcomes you to a little piece of the Greek Isles in the Overberg. Set in a side lane, off the main road, one can lose sight of the little town of Caledon (known for its hot springs) an... Read More

Blue Gum Farm Cottage

From R610* unit

When the soul yearns for renewal, there is an answer to it; Blue Gum Farm Cottage. This self-catering cottage is situated on an operational wheat and sheep farm and consists of two bedrooms, bath... Read More

Leeuwenhof Guesthouse

From R450 pps

Welcome to one of the finest establishments in CALEDON and the best choice for your stay. Experience fine country luxury at this idyllic and beautiful English style house. It's the perfect venue to ... Read More

Die Koringhuis

From R275 pps

Nestled away in the heart of the Overberg surrounded by wheat fields and fynbos, lies the beautifully 18th century homestead, the perfect breakaway to a friendly farm environment that offers luxury se... Read More

Lekkerdroom Farm

From R500* unit

Welcome to Lekkerdroom Farm! We offer comfortable rustic self-catering farm cottages. There are two cottages available on the farm. The first cottage, Boertjie se Droompie, can accommodate up to ... Read More

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Arolela Guest Farm

From R1000* unit

Arolela (meaning 'sharing') is a guest farm in Caledon in the Western Province of South Africa. It co-exists with a working farm, producing wheat, barley, oats and sheep. The setting is typical Overbe... Read More

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Caledon is an interesting little town run on wind turbines. Close enough to cape town for a weekend away and loads of surrounding wine farms cheese farms and activities to choose from. Farm style get away at its best!
- Lara Collinson

Not much to do in town itself, except for a couple of museums. However the hot water springs at the Spa, were delightful!
- Kirill Levchenko

- Annalie Van Vuuren

Lovely little town.
- Zurita Neethling

The hot springs were great
- Chris Doyle