About Langhoogte Farm
Langhoogte Farm is situated in the picturesque mountains some 25 kilometers outside the town of Montagu, Western Cape. The Farm is the second last in a secluded valley with no traffic apart from the last neighbours. Here you can truly relax and unwind in a tranquil environment far from the everyday hustle and bustle.
The farm is environmentally friendly and runs solely on renewable energy (solar and hydro turbines) and strives exclusively towards sustainability and organic methods in its farming practices,which include a recirculating trout aquaculture system.
Self Catering Accommodation
Kingfisher cottage is a newly renovated 100 year old stone cottage with a whole lot of charm and character. It is ideal for a couple wanting to get away for a romantic break or even a family, as there are two small sleeper couches in the lounge for the young ones (additional rates apply).
The fully equipped kitchen has a two-plate gas stove, bar fridge and tea and coffee available.
All linen and bedding is provided, and there is no need to carry bulky towels with you either.
In line with our sustainable operation and to minimize the ecological impact we supply biodegradable guest amenities and dish-washing liquid.
The surrounding mountains offer great hiking (demarcated routes include 'leopard trail' and 'rock pool trail'), mountain biking (bring your own bikes) and typical Karoo and Cape birding.
There are also kloofs with plenty of fabulous rock pools to cool off in.
The farm dam offers fishing, including: trout (per kg), grass carp (C&R) and mozambique tilapia (C&R). Fresh rainbow trout products, as well as 'health' bread and muesli rusks are sold on site (please order before arrival).
Animals that frequent the area include Klipspringer, Grey Duiker, Grey Rhebok, Cape Grysbok, Chacma Baboon, Rock Dassie, Porcupine, Black-backed Jackal, Caracal, Bat-eared fox, Grey and Water Mongoose, Cape Clawless Otter, Genet, African Wild Cat. The elusive Cape Leopard is also regularly caught on our camera trap. Perhaps you are lucky enough to spot him!