Klip River Cabin is a newly built self catering cottage that sleeps 8 guests and is situated on Worcester Road on the banks of the Klip River in Grabouw.
Set on 4000 square metres of land it runs from the road down to the river at the bottom of the property. 8 guests will find sufficient and comfortable room in this cabin. There are 2 bedrooms downstairs with double beds (one with shower en-suite) plus a loft bedroom with a double bed plus a bunk bed. Family bathroom has a bath but no shower.
The lounge and dining area are ideal for social chats with a dining table that will seat all 8 guests. There is an uncovered (work in progress) patio at the back looking onto the river at the bottom of the garden with braai facilities. The kitchen has a full gas hob and oven plus a microwave. All water heating in the house is via gas and electricity is used primarily for lighting.
Television is available with Netflix access and the property has full WiFi access.
The property is fully fenced and secure and is pet friendly. Please feel free to bring your fur friends of all varieties with you. While there is ample room for horses there is no stable/erected shelter at this stage. Please understand that this property is brand new ….. establishing a garden is a challenge in the drought but we are doing as best we can.
This is a home of it's own on a plot of 4000 square metres. Access is to the entire area.......fur kids are more than welcome.
Well known for our famous bike trails Elgin, Grabouw also offers the awesome Cape Canopy Tour ........ an exciting zip lining experience not to be missed (keep a look out for their midnight tours!). Other attractions in the beautiful Elgin Valley include all the wonderful wine farms and restuarants ....... our favourite is The Hickory Shack. A laid back, friendly restuarant 5 minutes outside of town with friendly staff and great food! There are loads of walking trails where one can experience an abundance of bird life and tons of plant life ..... look out for our famous Jakkal Buzzards. They can always be spotted somewhere in the sky.