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Where to stay in Kaapsche Hoop

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Kaapsche Horse Trails
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Kaapsche Horse Trails Tailormade packages, from one and a half hour rides to 5 day packages. Ideal for family getaway. 2x3 bedroom farm-style houses with open fire places, private, peaceful and magnificent scenery. Small game and sightings of wild horses. Children's holiday pony camps and school group educational field trips. Braai facilities in the front garden, and fully equiped kitchens for self-catering with catering available as an option. Restaurants in the nearby historical village of Kaapsche Hoop only 7km away. Camping can be either in your own tent or you can make use of our camping huts.

Silver Mist Guest House For an unforgetable, tranquil break from routine and city pressures, escape to Silver Mist Guest House. Silver Mist has the quaintness and grace of an era gone by - the historic 1898 Post Office in Kaapschehoop has been tastefully restored and renovated to create this exclusive and charming hideaway. Come and enjoy open fireplaces, good books, walking, birdwatching and traditional country hospitality. There are numerous hiking and horse trails, on which the breathtaking views and prolific plant and birdliofe can be enjoyed. Breakfast is included in the rate. Lunch is served at R50, and dinner at R70.

Silver Mist Guest House
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The Little Guest Cottage

The Little Guest Cottage This is a little private cottage that really offers peace and tranquillity. You're invited to overnight in our luxury, fully equiped self-catering cottage. All linen and towels are supplied, as well as tea, coffee and rusks. The cottage has its own little garden, and has a lovely unspoiled view.

Fanny Lambourn's Self-catering     Fanny Lambourn's is a little gem of a place in the quaint gold rush town of Kaapsehoop. Here you will find yourself surrounded by breathtaking views and strange formations of rock made of sand-stone which are ablaze in color with flowering aloes in June and July. The rock-rabbits sun themselves and watch you with curiosity. The garden is alive with bird song, butterflies and all sorts of little critters. The wild horses are frequently seen in the sleepy village and if you take a hike to the edge of the escarpment you are sure to see them running on the plains. If what you need is to catch your breath and feel alive, then Fanny's is the place to be. Luxurious self-catering accommodation. Three bed, three bath, sleeps 6. Open plan kitchen with all the modern amenities to make your stay comfortable. There is a washing machine, dryer, microwave, stove and much more. DSTV facilities, just bring your own smart-card. The main bedroom has its own balcony with a breath taking view. There is also a sky-light which has clear glass to allow for star-gazing on those clear starry nights. You may even see a shooting star to make a wish upon. Regret no pets allowed.

Fanny Lambourn's Self-catering
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Fanny Lambourn's Self-catering3
The Royal Coach
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The Royal Coach Situated in the historic gold mining village of Kaapschehoop, this coach is the original coach that Queen Elizabeth II travelled in on her visit to South Africa in 1947. There are three double wood panelled bedrooms, one en-suite, and one separate bathroom. Meals are available at our restaurant "Salvador", which is open from 08h00 but earlier breakfasts can be arranged. We are famous for pizzas from our wood burning oven and our fabulous roaring fireplace.


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