About Blommenberg Guest House
Blommenberg Guest House has a 3* grading and is an AA Quality Assured Associated member. It is managed and owned by Eric and Joan Leaver.
Blommenberg is a modern Victorian-style building and offers a total of 13 spacious en-suite bedrooms.All rooms are equipped with air conditioning/heating, mini bars, DSTV, tea and coffee making facilities and electric blankets in winter. Some rooms desks.
Nine of the rooms overlook a lush garden-courtyard with swimming pool. The remaining four rooms are self-catering and are situated on the front veranda with and offer a view of the Cederberg.Two of these rooms are Family Rooms. Outdoor barbecue facilities are available in the garden below the veranda
Around the courtyard:
• Six twin bedded rooms with showers
• Three rooms with queensize bed with showers
On the veranda:
• Two self-catering family rooms with shower
• Two self-catering rooms with double bed, bath and shower
We provide an extensive breakfast which always offers: pure fruit juices, a variety of local fresh fruits, home made muesli, jams and preserves, a selection of cold meats and cheeses and other specialities of the house. In addition, orders are taken for our full English breakfast selection.
We enjoy cooking and dinner is available on request for a minimum of 6 guests. The ambiance of the airy dining room is enhanced by a collection of excellent antique furniture and collectables.
• Fax and Wireless Internet access
• Same day laundry service
• Wheelchair accessible
• Barbecue facilities
• Swimming pool
• Children of all ages are welcome
• Small pets can be accommodated by arrangement
Clanwilliam is a quiet, unspoilt town dating back to the early seventeen hundreds. It is situated 230 km north of Cape Town on the N7, which is also the main route to Namibia. The dramatically beautiful Cederberg range is to the East and Lamberts Bay, famous for its seafood and bird island only 60 km to the West.
Every April / May Clanwilliam hosts the Cederberg Festival - an arts and cultural event which attracts more and more visitors each year. During August / September the Wild Flower Show is held in the historic, old Flower Church to coincide with the spring flower season.
Clanwilliam is a nature lovers paradise offering scenic hikes. Bird watchers are afforded the opportunity of seeing many of the species endemic to the fynbos and Karoo vegetation.
The Clanwilliam Dam and Bulshoek dam offer some of the best opportunities for water-sport and bass fishing.