Meticulous attention to detail, a large well equipped farm-style kitchen, large dining room, lounge, individually accessed spacious bedrooms, expansive patios and a crystal clear pool make the Lodge a wonderful retreat.
The Lodge is serviced daily by our staff. The wonderful kitchen beckons the enthusiastic cook while the outside dining area with mountain views includes a braai facility. The lapa, with open fire pit, provides a perfect location for sundowners or to enjoy a spectacular night sky away from the impact of city lights. By prior arrangement, and subject to availability, the services of a Chef may be arranged.
This is an ideal location for an extended family celebration, a getaway for a group of friends, or simply an escape to experience the wonderful surrounds.
A rich and diverse environment awaits you. Enjoy the full diversity of the landscape and its wildlife on a game drive.
The estate is home to nearly twenty species of large mammal, including the largest antelope of all, the Eland. Kudu, Oryx, Nyala, Wildebeest, Hartebeest, Blesbok, Springbok, Impala, Lechwe and Giraffe are easily viewed, among others. The endangered Cape Mountain Zebra is well established.
The vegetation varies from Mountain Fynbos to Succulent Karoo and Renosterveld. Protea species can be found in the higher-lying areas, while aloes dominate the landscape on the lower slopes. Most plants flower in the spring, while the protea species tend to flower in autumn, and the bright aloe flowers light up the landscape in winter.
The appeal of a bygone era with an understated sophistication best describes the Lodge. Fitting to the Karoo-colonial style, expansive patios provide insulation from the hot summer days, and cold winters when the snow lies high on the mountains above the Lodge.
Facilities at the Lodge include:
• Daily game drives in open game-viewing Land Rover
• Daily cleaning service
• Lounge, with well stocked reference and fiction Library, TV and DSTV
• Spacious dining room, with bean to cup coffee machine
• Large, well equipped farm-style kitchen
• Pool with sun loungers
• Braai patio with stunning mountain scenery
• Covered parking
• Internet access
1 May - 30 September, excluding long week-ends
R8000 , PER NIGHT FOR THE LODGE
16 January – 30 April &
1 October - 15 December
Long week-ends outside of Peak Season
R9600, PER NIGHT FOR THE LODGE
16 December - 15 January
R12000, PER NIGHT FOR THE LODGE
Additional Bedrooms may be available upon request at R1000 per room per night
GPS: 33°25’35”S; 21°56’24”E
Swartberg Private Game Lodge lies 23km off Route 62 between Calitzdorp and Oudtshoorn.
Swartberg Private Wildlife Estate, Oudtshoorn