Montagu Accommodation

The little town of Montagu is a real gem to stumble upon, situated on Route 62 just 2 hours from Cape Town. It is acknowledged as the gateway to the Klein Karoo but really it is much more than that.

Montague life is slow and the people are friendly. A stroll down Long Street might give you a taste, as many of the buildings hark back to the days of the ox-wagon explorers, giving Montagu the record for more national monuments on a single street than any other town in South Africa.

Furthermore, there are myriad activities to sink your teeth into. For the outdoor adventurer, Montagu offers some of the best rock climbing in South Africa, an array of mountain bike routes and hiking trails of various lengths. The town has an abundance of bird-life, including the rare black eagle, which you might be lucky enough to spot while out on a walkabout.

If you prefer a more relaxing getaway, Route 62 is a recognised wine route, producing some excellent wines. The Saturday morning market is famous for its deli-style delights, particularly cheeses and lovely crafts. If you're looking for an alternative activity, the tractor trips are a very popular novelty tour, taking you to the top of a nearby hill to admire the view from up high. On the opposite end of the scale, you could hop on a boat for a river and wine tour on the near-by Breede River. Finally there are the natural hot-springs, providing a warm, submersive experience, and a healthy little restaurant culture.

Montagu accommodation options are as varied as the town itself, offering anything from camping on the outskirts to luxurious stays in boutique hotels and BnB's on the high street.

Stay in Montagu  for a wonderful weekend escape.

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Four Oaks Guesthouse
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Set in the picturesque village of Montagu on Route62, Four Oaks Guesthouse and Simply Delicious restaurant is housed in a historical monument dated 1855. The thatch roofed building offers 4 luxury en-... More Info

Mimosa Lodge
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Situated in Montagu, the heart of Route 62, and just two hours from Cape Town, Mimosa Lodge is the perfect place to relax, unwind and explore. The Lodge is a delightful retreat with an enviable rep... More Info

Montagu Country Hotel
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The Montagu Hotel's Colonial "Art Deco" style is based on the 1920's Paris design. This unique style is themed throughout the hotel, making the old world charm very evident. All rooms are individual... More Info

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Malherbe Guest House

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Malherbe guesthouse is a National Monument and was built in 1859. The house has been lovingly restored and offers 4 garden rooms with private entrances and patio/verandas. Rooms have a bar-fridge, ele... More Info

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These luxury self catering cottages (4 star facility) are situated under a big old oak tree where the birds will wake you in the morning. The units are fully equipped, and two of them can accommodate ... More Info

From R325 pps


Shirley would like to welcome you to the Koo Karoo Guest Lodge. The property is centrally situated in a quiet street in the historic part of Montagu. The ensuite rooms are in a 100 year old conve... More Info

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Squirrels Corner prides itself in offering guests a "home away from home" experience. An international guest recently commented in our visitors book after a four day stay "I came as a guest and leave ... More Info

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Situauted on a wine farm near Montagu, Harmonie cottage offers privacy, tranquility, and luxury. There are two double bedrooms each with own bathroom, a spacious living room with fire place / braai, f... More Info

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Keisie Cottages

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Self-catering mountain holiday cottages on a gooseberry farm near Montagu. Perfect for a retreat. Swimming, hiking, mountain biking. Pick your own roses and fruit in season. We have two one-bedroom... More Info

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Montagu Vines is situated in the historic conservation area of Montagu. The main farmhouse was built between 1900 and 1910 and reflects the early Victorian-influenced Karoo-styled farmhouses of that p... More Info

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Montagu Reviews

Montagu
Beautiful and full of historical surprises.
- Horace Dramwell

Montagu
Beautiful old town.
- Mr Schutte

Montagu
Montagu is wonderful. It is our retreat, the place we go when we want to get away from it all. There is so much to see and do in and around Montagu. The hospitality, kindness and friendliness of the people, as well as the beauty of the area is what draws us and keeps us coming back.
- Cindy Norton

Montagu
Montagu was great. The reason for our trip was to visit the WackyWine Festival, but
We went to Protea Farm for the tractor ride to the top of the Langeberg Mountains.
This was the hightlight of our trip to the Montagu Area

- Christine Gwynn

Montagu
Montagu has always been a favourite holiday destination. Even with the extensive road works the town is a treasure. We especially enjoyed the vintage bike event Eroica at KWV.
- Melane Mahaffey