About Kamerkloof Guesthouse
Kamerkloof Guest House is a self-catering guest house located in a World Heritage Site on an olive estate surrounded by olives trees in the heart of the Baviaanskloof.
Kamerkloof is ideal for travellers and families wishing to explore the Baviaanskloof. It has beautiful unobstructed views of the surrounding Baviaanskloof and Kouga mountains. There are three 'Kloofs' (valleys) on the farm ideal for walking, swimming and exploring.
Kamerkloof Guest House is home to Traverse Travel who arrange tailor made tours to and in the Baviaanskloof.
Self Catering Accommodation
The Main Farm house has a fully equipped flat with kitchenette, lounge, separate bathroom and bedroom, which sleeps four. The Main Farm house is 250m from the Guest House. Kamerkloof Guest House can also welcome large groups of up fifty campers. Kamerkloof has a secondary facility which offers clean, basic dormitory accommodation with en-suite bathrooms.
Guest House Features
Stand alone quiet house
Unobstructed Mountain Views
Terraced farm house
Located amongst an olive orchard
All children welcome
Fresh water reservoir with deck for swimming
Two braai (barbeque) areas
The fully equipped kitchen, dining-room and lounge
A dormitory which sleeps 14 people
Guest House Rooms
En suite bathrooms
Room Options: Twin / Double / Family
The Ideal Romantic Getaway for A Couple
The Guest House and Studtis Olive Estate could be yours and yours alone. You pick and choose what you would like out of your romantic experience at Kamerkloof. Whether you are an "energetic" sort of couple or a couple looking for a relaxing time away from everyday life this may well be the perfect romantic break option.
Historical Farm Area
Studtis will serve to complete your education on the history and people of the Baviaanskloof.
P.H Nortje, one of South Africa's acclaimed authors, was born in this area and his epics "Voetpad se Kloof" and "Die Wildedruif Val" are dedicated to the life and struggle of the people of the kloof. Look out for PH Nortjes house, on the way to Sederkloof Post Office.
Local people call the Baviaanskloof "die uigesteekde paradys"
At last species count there were 1161 plants, around 50 mammals, 310 birds including booted, crowned, black, fish and martial eagles, 56 reptiles, 55 butterflies, 15 fishes and the most diverse vegetation types in the Cape Kingdom. The Cape Buffalo and Mountain Zebra have been re-introduced and the rare Cape Leopard is also seen from time to time. Numerous encounters with baboons are, of course, certain. There is an abundance small mammals and antelope from the rock dassie to the klipspringer, the steenbok, the kuda and masses of majestic eland.
Vast, Wild and Virtually Unpopulated
The Baviaanskloof contains seven of South Africa's eight biomes! This natural treasure has led to the Baviaanskloof being declared a prestigious World Heritage Site. The area is also a Malaria Free area. Blessed with an endless water supply, Kamerkloof represents a true oasis on an otherwise dry landscape. The property is blessed with fresh, ever flowing mountain water that supplies us with all the drinking water.
A Gateway for Adventurers and Outdoor Lovers
Known for small stock farming and for the richness of its endemic plant species, its interesting cultural heritage and its abundance of bird and animal life, the Baviaans area holds ample opportunity for outdoor recreation. It is also the gateway to the Baviaanskloof Wilderness Area.
Sundowners and picnics in spectacular settings
Guided walks with our field guides
Indigenous forest walks
Learn how to ride a donkey cart
Game viewing in a Wilderness Area
Swimming in rock pools
Mountain biking trails
Exploring a wealth of Khoi-San rock art
Overnight camping in the wild
Excellent birding and photography opportunities
Kamerkloof Guesthouse is accredited by Baviaans Tourism.