THE FARMHOUSE

FARMHOUSE has 4 suite bedrooms and 5th twin room and sleeps 8 – 11 Guests.

There is an inviting 14m swimming pool next to the main house which may be enjoyed by all guests staying at Kloofzicht Estate. All linen and bath towels are supplied, but please bring extra towels for swimming.
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THE LOFT

The huge LOFT space has a king-size bed on one side, a lounge in the centre and two single beds ideal for children or additional adults on the opposite side. The king-size bed is screened off from this side for privacy. A Romeo and Juliet balcony overlooks the dam and has stunning sunset views over the mountains. Leading off this main loft space is a second double bedroom and a spacious bathroom with a shower.

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COTTAGES

For smaller groups, we have two inter-leading one-bedroom cottages, each with two daybeds in the open-plan dining/ kitchen area and a separate bathroom with shower. They sleep 2 to 4 people and are ideal for couples or small families and are fully equipped for self catering. Each has their own braai outside and fireplace inside. The entertainment/braai areas of the cottages are on opposite sides for privacy

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Tulbagh Western Cape

If you are looking for self-catering accommodation in the Western Cape, then Kloofzicht Estate Country Guesthouse is the place for you. The setting is ideal for weddings, birthday parties and special occasions or simply as a relaxing getaway. Kloofzicht Estate is the first wine estate as you approach the valley from the Nuwekloof pass (R46) and is about 4km before the Tulbagh Village.

This self-catering Guesthouse includes The Farmhouse, The Loft and two Cottages and is set in the tranquil Tulbagh valley totally surrounded by mountains on all sides.

This is known as the secluded valley for good reason as you won’t pass through Tulbagh on your way to anywhere. It’s a welcome hiatus and the ideal weekend escape if you’re in the Western Cape.

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Tulbagh Self Catering

Kloofzicht Estate is a relaxed base from which to explore historical Tulbagh. Situated as it is in the bowl of so many mountains, Tulbagh is an ideal outdoorsy retreat, offering horse riding, hiking, mountain biking, bass and carp fishing, birding and 4×4 routes, besides wine, that is.

This is known as the secluded valley for good reason you won’t pass through Tulbagh on your way to anywhere. A welcome hiatus and the ideal weekend escape in the Western Cape.

The town itself is bursting with gems and has the highest concentration of national monuments in South Africa. Since the “historic” earthquake of 1969, which damaged many of the old Cape Dutch and Victorian style buildings, restoration has resulted in a quaint village atmosphere drawing adventurous weekender’s.

Turn off the main street (which looks like that of any other Boland town) and seek out Church Street, where a plethora of B&B’s, restaurants and museums line the old street with its original irrigation sluice.

Minimum 2 night stay over normal weekends, 3 night stay over long weekends and 4 nights over Xmas and New Year.