Oudekloof Guest Farm

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Oudekloof guest farm has a fully equipped luxury house that sleeps 8-10 people in four large King/Queen Suites. Accommodation is B&B, although the whole house can be taken on a self-catering basis.

The guest farm is situated in the Tulbagh valley, and just a short drive from the town of Tulbagh.


Furnished to the highest specifications, all rooms tastefully decorated in a colonial Batavian style and are as opulent as they are comfortable. The two upstairs Executive suites are grand and well appointed and their luxurious ensuite bathoooms boast spa-baths, double vanities and a large walk-in showers. The two downstairs ensuite bed rooms are less grand but no less beautiful and offer own access onto the pool and gardens.

All rooms are equipped with high grade cotton linen, towels, fans and heaters. Please note that there are no TV's, Fridge or Tea & Coffee Trays in the bedrooms, which are all available in the living areas.


Designed around socialising and beautiful views, the kitchen, dining room and lounge areas are all open plan and perfect for serious entertaining. The modern kitchen is fully equipped for those seeking self-catering accommodation in Tulbagh. Upstairs the entertainment area features a pool table and large screen TV/entertainment system, opens onto a large sheltered outside dining room with mountain views.

Built in seating around a huge central fire/braai area and water feature opens onto awesome mountain views. The self-catering house enjoys a shady front veranda with unobstructed views of the Tulbagh valley below and a large pool for year round swimming.


Oudekloof Guest Farm is a working wine estate, growing roughly 160 tonnes of Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Chardonnay and Chenin Blanc grapes. Our grapes are used to make award winning wines. These premium wines are mainly for the export market, but are available on site.

A half hour walk from the house, on the original Old Cape road (Now a 4x4 track), takes one to the top of the pass and offers views over the Boland all the way to Table Mountain. The original Dutch signaling cannon can also be viewed.

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