Located at -33.543274999666664,19.157856944444443, Bastiaanskloof is situated in Bainskloof, Western Cape.

Bastiaanskloof

Self Catering at R301, Bainskloof Pass, Breede River Valley, Western Cape, South Africa. Show on Map

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Directions to Bastiaanskloof

From Cape Town via Wellington and Bainskloof pass
Travel out from Cape Town on the N1. Take exit 47, signposted as the Wellington/Klapmuts off ramp (an approximately 45 minute drive). Turn left at the stop sign, just after taking the off ramp and drive in the direction of Wellington, along the R44. Drive along the R44 all the way until you reach a T-junction (there will be a cemetery on your right), an approximately 20/25 minute drive. At these traffic lights, turn left into Piet Retief Street (R303). At the next set of traffic lights, (the Dutch Reformed Church will be on your left) turn right into the R301 (Church Street/Kerk Straat) to Bainskloof. Keep on this road all the way over the Bainskloof pass. You will pass Eerste Tol at the top of the pass and then the road will begin descending. The next landmark will be the Limietberg Nature Conservation camp site (on your left). Driving a bit further you will pass Steenboks Park, also on the left hand side. Approximately 3km after this you will see 3 cottages on the left hand side of the road, which are the Bastiaanskloof cottages. There is a sign on the gate, “Bastiaanskloof”. The journey from Cape Town to the cottages will take you approximately an hour and a half.

Please note
If you are staying at the Kraal cottage, please follow the above directions, but after Steenboks Park, it is 2km to the main gate leading to the Kraal cottage on the left hand side of the road. There is a sign saying “Bastiaanskloof”. Open the main gate with the key provided for the padlock and please make sure you relock the gate as you found it i.e. interlinked with the other lock. Follow the dirt track for approximately a kilometer - you will see the kraal cottage on your right - it has a red roof. The Kraal cottage is 1km before the 3 other cottages mentioned above.

From the N2 via Wellington and the Bainskloof pass
Take the N2 North from Cape Town/the airport. Travel for approximately 20 minutes and then take the R44 off ramp next to the Somerset Mall shopping centre on the N2 (Exit 43), follow this road all the way through to Stellenbosch. Once in Stellenbosch follow the R44 to Wellington via Agter Paarl. Once you pass under the bridge of the N1 highway, drive along the R44 all the way towards Wellington until you reach a T-junction (there will be a cemetery on your right). At these traffic lights, turn left into Piet Retief Street (R303). At the next set of traffic lights, (the Dutch Reformed Church will be on your left) turn right into the R301 (Church Street/Kerk Straat) to Bainskloof. Keep on this road all the way over the Bainskloof pass. You will pass Eerste Tol at the top of the pass and then the road will begin descending. The next landmark will be the Limietberg Nature Conservation camp site (on your left). Driving a bit further you will pass Steenboks Park, also on the left hand side. Approximately 3km after this you will see 3 cottages on the left hand side of the road, which are the Bastiaanskloof cottages. There is a sign on the gate, “Bastiaanskloof”. The journey from Cape Town to the cottages will take you approximately an hour and a half.

Please note
If you are staying at the Kraal cottage, please follow the above directions, but after Steenboks Park, it is 2km to the main gate leading to the Kraal cottage on the left hand side of the road. There is a sign saying “Bastiaanskloof”. Open the main gate with the key provided for the padlock and please make sure you relock the gate as you found it i.e. interlinked with the other lock. Follow the dirt track for approximately a kilometer - you will see the kraal cottage on your right - it has a red roof. The Kraal cottage is 1km before the 3 other cottages mentioned above.

Via Du Toitskloof Tunnel on the N1
Travel out from Cape Town on the N1. Travel until your reach the Du Toitskloof Toll, for which you will have to pay R21.00 to pass through. Go through the Du Toitskloof Tunnel and drive for approximately 20 minutes towards Worcester. Just before Worcester, on the left hand side, you will see a sign for the R43 to Ceres and on the corner is a Shell garage. Turn left onto the R43 and travel all the way along (about 10/15 minutes) to the T-junction stop sign. Here you will turn left onto the R301 to Wellington (if you turn right it continues as the R43 to Ceres). Travel over 2 small bridges, past the Calabash Bush Pub on your right and approximately 1km on your right from here are the cottages (you will see the Bastiaanskloof sign on the black gate). The journey should take you an hour and a half.

Please note
If you are staying at the Kraal cottage, please follow the above directions, but when you reach the 3 cottages, carry on driving for another 1 km and on your right is a second gate with the sign “Bastiaanskloof”. Open the main gate with the key provided for the padlock and please make sure you relock the gate as you found it i.e. interlinked with the other lock. Follow the dirt track for approximately a kilometer - you will see the kraal cottage on your right - it has a red roof.

From the airport/N2 via Du Toitskloof Tunnel (on the N1)
Drive out of the airport and take the N2 towards Somerset West. The third turn off after the airport is Exit 22A, the R300 towards Belville. Take this turnoff and travel along the R300 for approximately 10/15 minutes until you see signs for the N1 towards Paarl and Worcester. Take this turn off and travel along the N1 for approximately 30 minutes until you reach the Du Toitskloof Toll, for which you will have to pay R19.00 to pass through. Go through the Du Toitskloof Tunnel and drive for approximately 20 minutes towards Worcester. Just before Worcester, on the left hand side, you will see a sign for the R43 to Ceres and on the corner is a Shell garage. Turn left onto the R43 and travel all the way along (about 10/15 minutes) to the T-junction stop sign. Here you will turn left onto the R301 to Wellington (if you turn right it continues as the R43 to Ceres). Travel over 2 small bridges, past the Calabash Bush Pub on your right and approximately 1km on your right from here are the cottages (you will see the Bastiaanskloof sign on the black gate). The journey should take you an hour and a half.

Please note
If you are staying at the Kraal cottage, please follow the above directions, but when you reach the 3 cottages, carry on driving for another 1 km and on your right is a second gate with the sign “Bastiaanskloof”. Open the main gate with the key provided for the padlock and please make sure you relock the gate as you found it i.e. interlinked with the other lock. Follow the dirt track for approximately a kilometer - you will see the kraal cottage on your right - it has a red roof.

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Services

  • Airport
  • Bank and/or ATM (40km)
  • Bars and/or Nightlife (0.5km)
  • Grocery Store (60km)
  • Restaurants / Eateries (2km)

Activities

  • Bird watching
  • Clay pidgeon shooting
  • Climbing (mountain / rock)
  • Fishing
  • Hiking trails
  • Horse riding
  • Mountain bike trails
  • Swimming
  • Wine tasting

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Quick Facts

GPS location
Latitude: -33.543274999666664
Longitude: 19.157856944444443

Closest airport(s)
Cape Town International - 90km

Children policy
Children of all ages are welcome but at guests own risk

Check-in/out times
Check-in from 14h30
Check-out by 10h00

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December 2009 - 3 Reviews

Travellers' Reviews

Wow... what a lovely place... really had so much fun ... even the caretaker became a neighbor. Thank you so much caroline. we really loved our cottage...

Rene , cape town

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