Oudekloof Guest House

Oudekloof Guest House is situated in the Prince Albert Game Park. The homestead is surrounded by apricot and plum trees, and it lies just 6 km east of the Karoo town of Prince Albert, with the Swartberg Mountains as the backdrop. Guests will find tranquility and peace at the farm, as well as being able to easily explore the surroundings.

The homestead dates back to 1889 and still has the original Bolinder wood stove in working order, thick walls and the old-fashioned attic. A fully equipped kitchen and braai facilities inside and outside are available. There are five bedrooms in total which can sleep 10 guests comfortably. The main bedroom has an en-suite bathroom and all towels, linen and blankets are provided. We have a free Wi-Fi hotspot and a small farm-gym available.

The farm has a wide variety of animals including gemsbok, kudu, black wildebeest, springbok, ostrich, bontebok, eland, vervet monkey, cape porcupine, mongoose, baboon, scaly anteater, lynx, aardwolf, bat-eared fox, black-backed jackal, otter, small spotted genet, aardvark, grey duiker, steenbok and klipspringer. Other smaller mammals such as the critically endangered riverine rabbit, with probably no more than 200 individuals left in the world, are seen here as well.

The Swartberg Pass and the Cango Caves are in close proximity from the farm for some fun exploring. We offer game drives at the amount of R300ppp 2-3 hours drive, Min. price: R500, max people: 4 and three mountain bike tracks 4.3km, 9.5km and 20.1km in the Game Park. Canoes for hire and star watching equipment are available. If walking, hiking, birdwatching, breathtaking night skies and nature loving are part of your holiday agenda; you will definitely find it at this peaceful farm.


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  • "Oudekloof Camping"

    13 December 2017

    "Campsite is/was nice and clean. Only windy. Our stay was excellent."

    Magda Britz
  • "Very friendly and welcoming owner"

    02 June 2017

    "Went out of yhere way to help us pick the best campsite and show us around. Set the mood for a chilled stay which was perfect."

    Craig Edgar
  • "Not a nice camp"

    28 December 2016

    "We didn't stay at the camp even though we paid in full. The ablution facilities were really bad. The smell from the toilet were awful and the shower cubicle didn't have a roof on or a door fitted and you need to write your name on a list to make an appointment to shower. The electricity were tripping. Upon arrival the campsite were wet after they have watered the lawn. The campsite is next to a non moving water pond and you could see the mosquitos on it. If you put up your campsite you have to make provision for vehicles passing by. This is really not what we've exoected."

    Alda Van der Westhuizen, South Africa
  • "Campers dream"

    29 March 2016

    "We had a great 2 night stay camping in the site near to the main guesthouse. The site was nice and secluded but still close to facilities and well equipped. The owner Deon is very welcoming and helpful and he has done a great job making the sites feel green and lush even though in the desert. (irrigation comes from the dam and the trees provide shade and privacy) The actual farm is huge and one can do lots of walks or drives or just enjoy the sounds of nature and the stars. Get away from it all but not too far from the town. Great location!"

    Kirsten Skidmore, South Africa
  • "Fantastic New Years"

    08 January 2016

    "My friends and I had a lovely New Years experience at oudekloof guest house , getting in touch with nature , we always kept ourselves entertained . There's just so many things to do at this place , it's amazing ! Only issue we had was that me and 7 other of my friends got charged R160 per person instead of R120. And we are currently waiting in a refund or for someone to get back in contact with us :).<div><br /></div><div>Regards</div><div>Leigh Motaleb</div>"

    Leigh Motaleb, South Africa
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