Rooderandt Hillside Lodge is a Victorian era Karoo style manor house with five authentic farm cottages which have been luxuriously upgraded but with rustic decor and antique furniture so as to preserve the ambience.
B&B accommodation comes with a hearty farm breakfast included and authentic South African dinners are also available upon request.
Honeymoon Suite cottage comprises a living room, bedroom with nineteenth century brass bed and en-suite bathroom. The linen and furnishings are exellent.
The cottage has a patio with pergola, its own private garden, a splash pool and great views of the majestic Outeniqua Mountains.
Mieta se Huisie is a very quaint thatched roof cottage full of character. A peach pip floor, more common a century ago but rarely found to-day, an antique animal trap mounted above the door, tinted glass and a rich variety of textures make this cottage very appealing.
It has a sunny stoep and stands in the large garden with its big trees.
Pieter se Skryfhuisie is named for Pieter Fourie, the well-known Hertzog Prize winning South African playwright, who wrote several of his plays in this cottage.
This cottage has an earthy simplicity which echoes Fouries work. Quirky features such as the milk pail basin, a towel hook made from an antelope hoof, the paraffin lamp and the coloured bottle-glass windows all add to its character.
Hendrik z'n Huisje consists of two adjacent cottages, each sleeping two persons, which is thus also ideal for a family.
Features such as a bellows for a coffee table, a genuine chain-pull toilet and a nineteeth century wood-burning stove give these cottages an olden days feel.