Enjoy our wide range of self catering options and find the perfect holiday getaway destination which suits you best. Whether you are feel like camping or just feel like staying in a cottage, you are sure to have an experience you will not regret.
Wolfkop Caravan Villages
Set on lovely green lawns above the river and equipped with aircon, lighting, fridge/freezer, linen and towels the experience is far removed from your average Jerry Springer trailer-park.
Each caravan sleeps two in a queen size bed, with the option of setting up an extra tent or two outside for those friends of yours overcome by a similar nostalgic urge – maximum 6 per site. Continue reading
Cederberg Cottage is as pleasantly appointed as its approach. A renovated 150-year-old farm building, it sits alone with a scenic outlook across a narrow valley rising steeply on the far side to a rocky ridge. Directly to the front of the cottage is a blue plunge pool, while to the left beautiful pink lilies bob gently on a pond. Continue reading
Wolfkop Self-Catering Cottages
Individually decorated in African art and colours, each Cottage is unique. Tolbos and Boegoe has two bedrooms. The one room with a queen size bed and the other room with two single beds, as well as two extra sleeper couches in the living area for 2 more guests. Harpuishuis has three bedrooms. Two rooms (of which one is en-suite) with queen size beds and one room with two single beds as well as two extra sleeper couches in the living area for 2 more guests. Our newly built Cottage, named Botterboom has 2 en-suite bedrooms (Both with queen size beds). Continue reading
Wolfkop Luxury Camping Villages
If you think that having no tent should stop you from actually going camping, think again. This is longer the case with the arrival of Wolfkop Camping Villages. The hassle and logistics of a camping weekend in the Citrusdal Valley is now a thing of the past. Continue reading
Biesievlak River Cabins and Campsites
If you think that having no tent should stop you from actually going camping, think again. This is longer the case with the arrival of Biesievlak River Cabins and Campsite. The hassle and logistics of a camping weekend in the Citrusdal Valley is now a thing of the past. The slogan, “You only bring food and clothes,” shakes up any preconceived idea you have about camping – leaking tents, missing poles and pegs, hard ground and sand fleas. Continue reading
Die Vlei Cottages and Camp
The Die Vlei Cottages and Campsite is situated right next to the river in the Citrusdal Valley, each cottage has its own private deck where you can enjoy the peace and quiet that these cottages in this part of the Citrusdal region has to offer. At Die Vlei Cottages and Campsite, you are free to do what your body has tried to tell you long ago, REST… Continue reading
You’ll discover Pomegranate Cottage 10km before Citrusdal, on a working fruit farm called Nuwedam. The farm sits high on the Olifants River mountains, which translates into awesome views of the Swartland escarpment to the west and hazy Cederberg to the east. Pomegranate itself overlooks both mountains and a farm dam where you can swim, canoe and fish for bass to your heart’s content. It’s independent and private, making it a good choice of escape for the war-weary city native. Continue reading
Allandale Farm Cottage
Allandale Farm offers a choice of two mountain cottages situated near the river. Choose between a spacious, more rustic cottage for bigger groups, or a smaller, more luxurious cottage ideal for couples and small families. Go fishing on the river, or explore the outdoors on foot on one of the hiking trails. Bring your own 4×4 and take a scenic drive through fynbos-covered nature. Continue reading