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Citrusdal Self Catering

Cederkloof Botanical Retreat

Sleeps 48 people in 10 units

These private mountain cottages are situated on a 270 ha fynbos and citrus farm in the Citrusdal Valley in the ... more

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Cederberg Guest House / Self Catering

Mount Ceder Lodge

Sleeps 72 people in 15 units

Mount Ceder is situated in a valley surrounded by mountains on the farm Grootrivier, next to the main route ... more

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Citrusdal Self Catering

Middelpos Camping Villages

Sleeps 18 people in 3 units

At Middelpos we provide tents which are already set up on arrival. You just need to come and enjoy the beauty ... more

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Porterville Guest House

Villa-Cho-Co-Latt

Sleeps 17 people in 7 rooms

Villa-Cho-Co-Latt in Porterville offers accommodation for the weary traveller, tourists and ‘just married’ ... more

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Citrusdal Self Catering

Goue Vallei Camping Villages

Sleeps 60 people in 10 units

The Gouevallei Campsite has two separate campsites totally private from each other (100m apart), but also ... more

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Biedouw Valley Bed & Breakfast / Self Catering

Enjo Nature Farm

Sleeps 34 people in 9 units

You will find Enjo Nature Farm far from the main tourist tracks in the wild and unspoiled Biedouw Valley of the ... more

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Clanwilliam Self Catering

De Pakhuys

Sleeps 105 people in 24 units

Nestled in the picturesque Agter-Pakhuis Valley, 26 km from Clanwilliam, you will find De Pakhuys Guest Farm, ... more

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Citrusdal Self Catering

Pomegranate Cottage

Sleeps 6 people in 1 unit

Only one and half hours drive from Cape Town on the N7 tucked away at the peak of the Cederberg Mountains, ... more

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Citrusdal Bed & Breakfast / Self Catering

Hebron Guesthouse

Sleeps 34 people in 9 rooms

Hebron is a working farm, restaurant, guesthouse & farmstall. Recently upgraded to ‘AA Superior Accommodation’, ... more

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Clanwilliam Self Catering

Lebanon Citrus Resort

Sleeps 18 people in 5 units

A quiet and peaceful small private resort consisting of a self catering cottage and 3 self catering rondawels ... more

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Why you might choose to stay in Cederberg

The beautiful Cederberg, a wilderness area dominated by a craggy mountain range and a nature reserve that stretches from the Middelberg Pass at Citrusdal to just north of the Pakhuis Pass at Clanwilliam - over 70 000 hectares of spectacular, rugged terrain - lies roughly two to three hours’ drive, depending on how leisurely the pace, from Cape Town. Did you know? Once you've booked your hotel or Cederberg accommodation, explore the destination pages below for info on attractions, activities and things to do when you visit the Cape. The Cederberg, named after the endangered Clanwilliam Cedar - a tree endemic to the area - is virtually synonymous with a series of impressive rock formations that emerged as a result of a combination of factors, including the chemical composition of rocks in the area, climatic conditions and the general flat-lying nature of the geology in the Cederberg. This largely isolated and undeveloped part of the world is renowned for its hot, dry summers with typically cloudless skies, winter rains and incredible natural beauty. A period of severe exploitation of the environment, during which large amounts of cedar wood, rooibos tea, buchu and rockwood bark were unsustainably harvested, came to a halt in 1973 after the cedar was brought to the edge of extinction by constant felling to meet the growing demand for construction wood. A conservation project now actively supports the Clanwilliam Cedar Tree - run by the Botanical Society, Western Cape Nature Conservation and individual reserves in the area in an effort to save this light, honey-coloured and highly aromatic wood from the endangered list. Did you know? The Cederberg is beautiful and easily accessible from the Mother City, yet allows a complete escape into wilderness, up mountains and passes and through little towns that allow one to play at country living for a few days. The Cederberg is without doubt one of the most beautiful and finest areas in which to hike.

Wolfberg Arch and Cracks (the arch is a long way from the cracks, but worth the effort), Maltese Cross, Tafelberg, Sneeuberg, Sneeukop and Krakadouw peak make for real mountaineering attractions, whilst the not-as-fit still gain a lot of pleasure from Maalgat pool and Stadsaal Caves. Stay in the area to enjoy all it has to offer by choosing your favourite Cederberg accommodation.

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