The 15 Best Places to Stay in the Cederberg

The 15 Best Places to Stay in the Cederberg Bushmans Kloof Wilderness Reserve and Wellness Retreat

A world of its own.

Characterised by spectacularly beautiful rock formations and seemingly endless fynbos-dotted plains, the otherworldly Cederberg conservancy casts a sacred spell over anyone who traverses it.

Although a mere two-hour drive from Cape Town, the ancient landscape immediately transports you to a far-removed paradise, where stark terrain and a sought-after sense of seclusion (and adventure) set the scene for an unforgettable escape.

Whether you’re after a rough-and-ready glamping experience, a five-star cliff-hugging villa or rustic country cottage, the Cederberg has the getaway you’re after.

Which are your favourite? We’d love to hear from you in the comments below.

Cederberg Ridge Wilderness Lodge

Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: Cederberg Ridge Pool
Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: Cederberg Ridge
Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: Cederberg Ridge Deck
Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: Cederberg Ridge Bedroom

Setting Set on a working grape and citrus farm overlooking the untouched Cederberg Wilderness Reserve, this 11-roomed lodge emanates understated luxury. Famed for fynbos-covered landscapes, brilliant sunsets and red-sandstone rock formations, this boutique lodge is a nature lover’s dream getaway.

The lodgings

  • 8 spacious suites with indoor and outdoor showers and a large terrace
  • 1 two-bedroom sharing suite with a central sitting room and indoor and outdoor showers
  • 2 classic rooms (one of which is wheelchair-accessible)
  • freestanding baths
  • wood-burning fireplaces in select suites
  • large swimming pool with mountain panoramas
  • romantic sleep-out option on your terrace
  • shared lounge and dining areas
  • outdoor fire pit
  • main library with fireplace, books and TV
  • inclusive meals
  • in-room spa treatments available
  • complimentary wifi

Things to do

  • farm-to-table breakfast, lunch and dinner
  • boules and croquet
  • mountain-biking (bikes provided)
  • swimming pool
  • self-guided hiking trails
  • water sports in the dam
  • excursions into the Cederberg
  • rock-art tours
  • stargazing

Child friendly? Yes, by prior arrangement for children under 6 years
Pet friendly? No
Sleeps 2 to 4 per room
Cost From R1 912 per person sharing per night (depending on season and room type)
Where to find it Old Klawer Road, Clanwilliam, Western Cape
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Kromrivier Cederberg Park

Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: Kromrivier Cederberg Park Setting
Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: Kromrivier Cederberg Park
Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: Kromrivier Cederberg Park Interior
Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: Kromrivier Cederberg Park Bedroom

Setting Situated in the heart of the Cederberg Conservancy, on the peaceful Kromrivier Farm, this restful retreat is hugged by majestic orange-rock formations and sweeping fynbos plains. The scenic drive from Cape Town passes the ever-popular Algeria camping site, after which you’re unlikely to see another vehicle! This sacred sense of silence and seclusion brings with it a rare feeling of safety and security – gold for intrepid travellers nowadays.

The lodgings

  • 8 luxury self-catering chalets (Suikerberg, Apollo, Murraysberg, Winterbach, Donkerkloofkop, The Pup, Sneeuberg and Breekkrans)
  • 2 bedrooms with an en-suite bathroom (a sleeper couch can be added on request)
  • spacious living area with an indoor braai
  • fireplace in the bedroom
  • fully equipped kitchen
  • outdoor braai and seating area
  • complimentary wifi

Things to do

  • Die Slee eatery for breakfast and lunch
  • farm stall with wine, deli items, memorabilia, wood, firelighters, and toiletries
  • hiking
  • mountain-biking
  • Cederberg Observatory (certain Saturdays)
  • swimming in rock pools
  • fishing
  • horse-riding
  • rock-climbing
  • trail-running
  • farm visits

Good to know There are also three rustic farm cottages and 18 campsites.
Child friendly? Yes
Pet friendly? No
Sleeps 6 per chalet
Cost R2 200 per night for two adults (depending on season)
R2 800 per night for four adults (depending on season)
R3 100 per night for five adults (depending on season)
R3 400 per night for six adults (depending on season)
Where to find it Kromrivier, Clanwilliam, Western Cape
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Kagga Kamma

Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: Kagga Kamma Outdoor Suite
Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: Kagga Kamma
Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: Kagga Kamma Cave Suite
Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: Kagga Kamma Lodgings

Setting Offering unique accommodation and breathtaking views of unspoilt nature, Kagga Kamma Nature Reserve is home to antelope, lynx, jackal and the spectacular, but very rarely seen, Cape mountain leopard. It’s the sort of escape where unforgettable memories are made.

The lodgings

  • 10 Cave Suites built against natural rock formations, with a small terrace, double bed and en-suite bathroom
  • five thatched Hut Suites with a king-size bed and en-suite bathroom
  • open-air Sky Suite with a queen-size bed, open-air shower, wood-fired hot tub and boma braai
  • open-air Star Suite with a queen-size bed, natural rockpool and outdoor bath and shower, and a boma braai
  • air conditioning
  • tea- and coffee-making facilities
  • Swartrug Camp with 5 camping stands (no power), communal ablution facilities and a swimming pool
  • Bobbejaanskrans Camp, Tierkloof Camp, and Joubert’s Werf Camp (all only accessed by 4×4), one camping stand each, no electricity, no ablution facilities and no water

Things to do

  • the nature reserve has a restaurant, bar, swimming pools and spa
  • hiking, mountain biking and 4×4 trails in the surrounding nature reserve
  • nature drives
  • sundowner tours
  • quad-bike adventures
  • stargazing
  • reptile educational talks presented by qualified snake handlers
  • rock art tour (a tour of ancient rock art sites, with paintings dating back 6 000 years)
  • gin tasting, wine and cheesecake pairing, and kiddies’ tastings

Child friendly? Yes
Pet friendly? No
Sleeps 2 per unit (2 children, under 12 years, may share with two adults in the Hut Suites only)
Cost From R1 358 per person sharing per night (depending on season and accommodation type)
Where to find it Koue Bokkeveld, Cederberg (via N7, R46, R355), Western Cape
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Doringbos

Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: Doringbos
Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: Doringbos Deck
Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: Doringbos Bathroom
Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: Doringbos Bedroom

Setting The striking allure of the Cederberg comes alive at this breathtaking escape, perched on a cliff of a 3 000-hectare farm above the Doring River. Luxurious lodgings in the main farmhouse and four surrounding cottages – coupled with a landscape yearning to be explored – make this remote haven a magical destination all of its own.

The lodgings

  • two en-suite cottages with one bedroom each
  • two en-suite cottages with three bedrooms each
  • one en-suite semi-enclosed outdoor bedroom
  • fully equipped kitchen (main house)
  • two living rooms (main house)
  • formal dining room (main house)
  • large terrace for outdoor living and dining
  • breakfast boma
  • two swimming pools with views
  • wood-burning hot tub
  • complimentary wifi
  • full-time housekeeping staff (included)
  • farm manager (included)
  • firewood (included)
  • chef and sous chef (additional cost)

Things to do

  • swimming in the pool and river
  • quad bikes
  • horse-riding
  • kayaks
  • mountain-biking
  • view game from the boma on the pan
  • spa treatments (additional cost)
  • fly-fishing lessons (additional cost)
  • picnic on horseback (additional cost)
  • helicopter transfers (additional cost)

Child friendly? Yes
Pet friendly? Yes
Sleeps 15
Cost R20 000 per night for the entire property (exclusive-use only, minimum two-night stay)
Where to find it Doringbos Farm, Cederberg, Western Cape
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Mount Ceder

Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: Mount Ceder
Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: Mount Ceder Setting
Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: Mount Ceder Deck
Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: Mount Ceder Bedroom

Setting Set on the dramatic slopes of the Cederberg mountains, this escape is about as secluded as they come, with a scattering of 12 houses, some of which are spaced more than 60 metres apart. The surrounding landscape is inescapably restorative, and nature lovers will relish daily walks to the nearby river, or up the mountain to explore all that’s on offer.

The lodgings

  • 12 self-catering houses (sleeping two to eight guests each)
  • fully equipped kitchen
  • lounge with a fireplace
  • balcony with a braai area
  • two units have Jacuzzis

Things to do

  • hiking and mountain-biking routes (with a newly built single track)
  • swimming and canoeing in the Groot Rivier
  • walks to the waterfall
  • guided hikes to ancient rock-art sites
  • olive-grove tour and olive-oil tasting

Good to know There are also campsites available, each with their own private ablutions.
Child friendly? Yes
Pet friendly? No
Sleeps 2 to 8 per house
Cost From R551 per person sharing per night (depending on season and unit type)
Where to find it Grootrivier Farm, Cederberg Conservancy, Western Cape
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Bushmans Kloof Wilderness Reserve & Wellness Retreat

Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: Bushmans Kloof Dining
Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: Bushmans Kloof Wilderness Reserve & Wellness Retreat
Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: Bushmans Kloof Lodgings
Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: Bushmans Kloof Bedroom

Setting Towering rock formations, ancient San rock art, and sweeping plains set the scene at this five-star haven tucked beneath the Cederberg Mountains. A wilderness reserve and a wellness retreat in one, Bushmans Kloof offers guests immersive nature as well as all the creature comforts of an award-winning luxury experience. Home to avid birdlife and a selection of rare nocturnal animals such as the aardwolf, African wildcat, bat-eared fox, Cape fox and porcupine, this quiet oasis is a must for wildlife lovers.

The lodgings

Main Lodge:

  • 7 luxury en-suite bedrooms with private patios and a small lounge
  • 7 deluxe en-suite bedrooms with private patios and a small lounge
  • 2 luxury suites, varying in size and splendour, namely Paterson Suite (overlooking the river and mountains) and River Side Supreme Suite (overlooking the Boontjies River
  • each features a king-size bed, separate lounge, large private patio and an en-suite, designer bathroom
  • four crystalline swimming pools
  • shared lounge and dining areas (indoor and outdoor)

Private Villas:

  • 2 private villas, namely Koro Lodge and Cederberg House
  • Koro Lodge features two en-suite bedrooms and a loft for children
  • Cederberg House features two master en-suite bedrooms
  • both villas feature a fully equipped kitchen, spacious lounge with a fireplace, private pool, large outdoor terrace with a braai and seating area
  • private chef and butler (at Koro Lodge only) and personal guide are included

Things to do

  • guided rock-painting tour
  • hiking, cycling and mountain-biking trails
  • swimming or canoeing in the river
  • fly-fishing
  • archery
  • nature drives and walks
  • organic garden tours
  • on-site spa
  •  wine-tasting in the retreat’s cellar

Child friendly? Yes (ages 8 and above at the main lodge, children of all ages at Koro Lodge)
Pet friendly? No
Sleeps 2 per lodge bedroom
4 to 10 per villa
Cost Rooms: From R6 995 per night (depending on season)
Suites: From R12 210 per night (depending on season)
Private Villas: From R29 030 per night (depending on season)
Where to find it Agter Pakhuis Pass, Clanwilliam, Western Cape
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Enjo Nature Farm

Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: Enjo Nature Farm
Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: Enjo Nature Farm Camping
Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: Enjo Nature Farm Dam
Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: Enjo Nature Farm Bedroom

Setting Off the beaten track, this scattering of undisturbed cottages is just the spot for a completely off-the-grid getaway. Relying on solar power, and only accessible via a Jeep track, the farm has a spring-fed dam for swimming and a plethora of hiking trails surrounding it. If you visit between July and September, you’ll be treated to a wondrous bouquet of colour as wildflowers bloom in the Biedouw Valley.

The lodgings

  • Lazy Leopard House (sleeps up to six people) has a private splash pool and outdoor bath
  • Lonely Planet Cottage, off-the-grid with solar electricity, a gas-powered fridge and hob, and a private splash pool
  • Enjo Cottage and Oak Cottage (each sleep up to four people) offer seasonal river and mountain views
  • The Cabin and The Farmhouse Annex (each sleep up to three people)
  • bathroom with a shower
  • indoor fireplace
  • well-equipped kitchen or kitchenette
  • braai area
  • three spacious campsites along the river

Things to do

  • hiking and mountain-biking trails
  • swimming dam on the farm
  • stargazing
  • Cederberg Wilderness Area
  • Sevilla San rock art trail nearby

Child friendly? Yes
Pet friendly? Yes
Sleeps 2 to 6 per unit
Cost From R640 per night for two people (depending on season and unit type)
R100 per person per night (camping, children camp free)
Where to find it Biedouw Valley, Cederberg, Clanwilliam, Western Cape
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Sanddrif Holiday Resort

Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: Sanddrif Holiday Resort
Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: Sanddrif Holiday Resort Camping
Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: Sanddrif Holiday Resort Cottage Patio
Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: Sanddrif Holiday Resort Cottage Bedroom

Setting Hidden in the heart of the Cederberg Wilderness area on Dwarsrivier Farm, this enchanting destination is surrounded by spectacular rock formations, expansive vistas, San rock art and fynbos – a stellar location for an escape in nature. The farm is also home to Cederberg Private Cellar…

The lodgings

  • 16 fully equipped self-catering cottages
  • 31 campsites on a tree-shaded lawn on the riverbank
  • 10 campsites under old oak trees, no grass
  • shared ablution blocks with hot water (if camping)
  • electricity and hot water

Things to do

  • hiking
  • mountain climbing
  • mountain biking
  • rock climbing
  • rock paintings
  • stargazing
  • swimming in the river and nearby rock pools
  • trail running
  • craft beer and wine tasting
  • birdwatching

Child friendly? Yes
Pet friendly? No
Sleeps Between 2 and 8 per cottage
6 to 8 per campsite
Cost Cottages: From R1 600 per night for 4 people (depending on season and cottage type)
R400 – R450 per night per additional adult
R275 per night per additional child (2 to 10 years)
Camping: R380 per night for 4 people, R95 per night per additional person
Where to find it Dwarsrivier, Cederberg (over Uitkyk Pass via N7), Western Cape
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Cederkloof Botanical Retreat

Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: Cederberg Botanical Retreat
Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: Cederberg Botanical Retreat Cottages
Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: Cederberg Botanical Retreat Bathroom
Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: Cederberg Botanical Retreat Bedroom

Setting Part of a working farm just outside of Citrusdal, this scenic retreat is perched on the fynbos-covered slopes overlooking the Olifants River, and surrounded by striking rock formations and a sweeping valley.

The lodgings

  • 10 self-catering cottages (six of which sleep two, and four double units that sleep four)
  • en-suite with king-size beds
  • fully equipped kitchen
  • indoor fireplace
  • seating area
  • view-drenched outdoor terrace
  • braai
  • private Jacuzzi

Things to do

  • sundowners on your private deck
  • hiking trails
  • Jacuzzi
  • Cederberg mountains
  • fynbos garden walks
  • informative medicinal herb walks
  • birdwatching
  • mountain-biking
  • ancient rock paintings
  • nearby horseback trails, waterfalls, wineries and farm stalls

Child friendly? Yes
Pet friendly? Yes
Sleeps 2 to 4 per cottage
Cost From R1 050 per cottage per night (depending on season and cottage type)
Where to find it R303, Regional Road (The Baths), Citrusdal, Western Cape
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Driehoek Guest Farm

Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: Driehoek Guest Farm
Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: Driehoek Guest Farm Dam
Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: Driehoek Guest Farm Cottages
Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: Driehoek Guest Farm Setting

Setting Tranquility awaits at this working farm set among the mountains and rivers of Clanwilliam in the Cederberg. The region provides the ultimate escape from the city and, while the farm is a treasure in its own right, it also serves as a perfect base for exploring what is one of the country’s most hauntingly beautiful landscapes.

The lodgings

  • self-catering chalets with an outdoor patio and braai area
  • camping sites along the river
  • communal ablution facility with toilets, hot showers and a scullery
  • limited bedding is available by arrangement (guests are encouraged to bring their own bedding and toiletries)
  • braai facilities
  • play area for kids

Things to do 

  • explore the Cederberg on one of the farm’s many walking trails, passing by rock formations, waterfalls (winter only), and natural pools where you can enjoy a refreshing dip
  • hiking trails in the surrounding mountains (for hardier types)
  • Driehoek’s assortment of amicable farm animals (kids will love them)

Insider tip For those who’d prefer to visit the site when it’s quiet, weekday visits or before or after long weekends and school holidays are preferable. For example, the second part of January, or any time during November.
Child friendly? Yes
Pet friendly? No
Sleeps 2 to 4 per chalet (varies per campsite)
Cost From R390 per night for 2 to 4 people (depending on season and accommodation type)
Where to find it Driehoek Guest Farm, Cederberg Wilderness Area (via N7), Western Cape
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Wolfkop Private Nature Reserve & Camping Villages

Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: Wolfkop Private Nature Reserve & Camping Villages
Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: Wolfkop Private Nature Reserve & Camping Villages Setting
Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: Wolfkop Glamping Villa
Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: Wolfkop Cottages

Setting Hidden in the foothills of the Cederberg Mountains, overlooking the Oliphants River Valley in Citrusdal, Wolfkop Nature Reserve serves as a tranquil retreat for those wanting an immersive getaway in nature, without any bells and whistles. Aside from the stunning scenery and blooming fields of flowers on your doorstep, the reserve is home to a variety of animal life, such as duikers, porcupine and tortoises – and, if you’re really lucky, you may even spot a leopard skulking into the comfort of the surrounding caves

The lodgings

  • four private cottages (Tolbos, Boegoe, Harpuishuis, and Botterboom) each with a fully equipped kitchen, open-plan living area with a fireplace, outdoor balcony with a braai, Jacuzzi and hammock
  • five camping villages (Grootfontein, Biesievlak, Noordhoek, Middelpos and Golden Valley Deluxe Village)
  • Glamping Villa sleeping eight and Golden Valley Deluxe Village sleeping six
  • all villages have a stretch tent for shade, wind and rain protection, three canvas tents (all with two foam mattresses and bedding provided), and two large bean bags to relax and unwind
  • all villages have a braai area with tables, chairs, fridge-freezer, cutlery, crockery, kettle and a stove
  • each camping village has electric lighting and a powerpoint

Things to do

  • bodyboarding trips (1 hour, 2 hours, 4 hours or full-day options)
  • canoeing
  • fishing
  • horse-riding on the nearby farms
  • three hiking trails to choose from
  • Cederberg Wilderness Area

Child friendly? Yes
Pet friendly? No
Sleeps 2 to 6 per cottage
6 to 8 per glamping villa
Varies per campsite
Cost Cottages: From R1 200 per unit (weekdays, depending on season)
From R2 400 per unit (weekends, depending on season)
Glamping: From R2 200 per night per unit (depending on season, minimum 2 nights)
Camping: From R650 per night for two people (depending on season and campsite)
Where to find it Keerom Street, Citrusdal, Western Cape
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Waterfall Farm

Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: Waterfall Farm
Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: Waterfall Farm Cottage
Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: Waterfall Farm Outdoor Dining
Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: Waterfall Farm Bedroom

Setting On 65 hectares of untouched plains in the heart of Citrusdal, once home to the Khoisan people, Waterfall Farm (as its name suggests) boasts a surrounding landscape of striking rock formations and a slew of natural waterfalls. All of this, coupled with a selection of lovely accommodation options suited to all tastes and occasions, makes for an immersive stay with guaranteed relaxation.
The lodgings

  • two-bedroom Daisy Cottage (one room with two single beds, one with a double bed)
  • two-bedroom Weaver’s Nest (one room with two single beds, one with a double bed)
  • three-bedroom Honey Cottage (one room with a king-size bed, one with a queen-size bed, one with three single beds)
  • four-bedroom Farmhouse (two en-suite bedrooms with king-size beds, one en-suite with a queen-size bed and two single beds, one with two single beds)
  • private pools at each unit
  • fully equipped kitchens
  • dining areas
  • indoor and outdoor lounge areas
  • braai facilities
  • games room with a tennis table (Farmhouse only)
  • outdoor lounge and dining area under the trees with a firepit (Farmhouse)

Things to do 

  • swimming in the waterfalls and natural rock pools
  • mountain picnics
  • hiking and mountain-biking trails
  • reading by the log fire
  • board games
  • table tennis (Farmhouse only)
  • stargazing
  • birdwatching

Child friendly? Yes
Pet friendly? No
Sleeps 2 to 7 per cottage
8 to 10 in the Farmhouse
Cost Cottages: From R2 200 per unit per night (depending on season and cottage type)
Farmhouse: From R5 500 per night for the house (depending on season)
Minimum two-night stay.
Where to find it Waterfall Farm, R303, Citrusdal
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The Storytellers

Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: The Storytellers
Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: The Storytellers Setting
Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: The Storytellers Deck
Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: The Storytellers Interior

Setting In the Northern Cederberg near Clanwilliam, this gem offers a unique glamping experience, with two large luxury tents and a little glamping-inspired cottage surrounded by spectacularly beautiful rock formations. Home to a scattering of ancient rock art, small antelope and an abundance of fynbos, this escape is wonderful for those looking to “rough it in style”.

The lodgings

  • two large luxury tents (Dassie Den and Tortoise Terrace) with a double bed, bunk bed, equipped kitchen and private bathroom
  • one cross-over glamping cottage (Caracal Cottage) with two double beds, a bunk bed, equipped kitchen and a private bathroom
  • electricity and off-grid lighting
  • hot water
  • fridge-freezers
  • gas stoves
  • braai facilities

Things to do

  • swimming in the farm river, lake, waterfall and rock pools
  • short and long walking trails
  • climbing and bouldering
  • exploring surrounding rock art
  • craft workshops
  • fynbos apothecary

Child friendly? Yes
Pet friendly? Yes
Sleeps 4 to 6 per unit
Cost R800 per night for four nights (minimum)
R700 per night for seven nights
R600 per night for 14 nights
Where to find it Agter-Pakhuis Valley, Clanwilliam, Western Cape
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Algeria Campsite at The Cederberg Wilderness Area

Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: Algeria Campsite
Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: Algeria Campsite Riverside
Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: Algeria Campsite Cottage
Cederberg Accommodation Western Cape: Algeria Campsite Setting

Setting A grassy riverside campsite, surrounded by the majestic Cederberg Mountains, it’s no wonder Algeria is one of the most sought-after campsites in the Cape! Acting as a gateway to the Cederberg Wilderness Area, a place of jagged rock formations, and caves decorated with ancient San and Khoi rock art, the area is also rich in rare wildlife (honey badgers, the Cape clawless otter, aardvark, Cape mountain leopard, African wild cat, lynx, bat-eared fox, aardwolf and Cape fox) as well as more common dassies, grey rhebok, klipspringers, duiker and grysbok.

The lodgings

  • six modern cottages (namely Waterfall, Wolfberg Arch, Maltese Cross, Cedar, Klipspringer and Grey Rhebok)
  • each has two bedrooms and one bathroom with a shower
  • open-plan kitchen, dining and living area with an indoor fireplace
  • undercover outdoor patio with braai area
  • 48 campsites, each able to sleep 6 people, with power points, ablution facilities, and braais

Things to do 

  • scenic hiking and walking trails (including multi-day hikes)
  • donkey-cart rides (only available during summer holidays)
  • rock-climbing and bouldering
  • Stadsaal caves, housing San and Khoi rock art
  • swimming in the river

Child friendly? Yes
Pet friendly? No
Cost Camping: From R120 per night (depending on season)
Cottages: From R640 per night (depending on season)
Where to find it Cederberg Wilderness Area (via N7), Cederberg, Western Cape
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Time of publication: 05 May 2021

2 Responses to “The 15 Best Places to Stay in the Cederberg”

  1. Rom de Buck

    Such beauty and diversity right on our doorstep but you missed out the spectacular Bliss & Stars. A retreat haven where mindfulness under the blanket of stars is a bucket list experience xxx

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  2. Megan Smit

    Cederkloof Botanical Retreat is lovely! We really enjoyed our stay there!

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