Accommodation in Route 62

When travelling from Cape Town to the Garden Route, why not skip South Africa’s N2 national highway and opt instead for Route 62. This incredibly scenic road trip takes you through the wine-growing areas of Wellington and Robertson, over spectacular mountain passes and across the semi-desert plains of the Klein Karoo. Driving Route 62, you’ll pass through many small and inviting towns. Visit wineries along the Breede River Valley, go brandy tasting, stock up on tasty treats at farm stalls, stop in at a museum or two, and enjoy a guided tour of Oudsthoorn’s ostrich show farms. For the more adventurous there are hiking trails, 4×4 and mountain climbing routes, canoeing, horse riding, fishing, and caving.

Dwyka Tented Lodge

Seated at the foot of the Warmwaterberg Mountain Range in the heart of South Africa’s Little Karoo, Sanbona pays tribute to the San people who made this arid environment their home for centuries. Embraced by striking rock formations, Dwyka Tented Lodge epitomises an atmosphere of seclusion. With 9 luxury tents, each…

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Schoone Oordt Country House

Schoone Oordt is housed in a striking Victorian Manor House in Swellendam, about a 2-hour drive from Cape Town. This charming boutique hotel has eight Luxury Rooms, a family cottage and a tucked-away honeymoon suite. Dinners are served in the Conservatory restaurant, and on chilly evenings a fire is lit in…

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The Robertson Small Hotel

The Robertson Small Hotel is the only 5-star accommodation in Robertson, a small winelands town on South Africa’s Route 62. This lovely boutique hotel has 10 rooms: Manor House Suites, Poolside Suites, and Stable Suites – which overlook a second private swimming pool. After exploring nearby wine estates, pretty towns and…

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Tilney Manor

Seated at the foot of the Warmwaterberg Mountain Range in the heart of South Africa’s Little Karoo, Tilney Manor consists of 3 separate units including 6 large open plan suites. Sanbona pays tribute to the San people who made this arid environment their home for centuries. You can enjoy breathtaking views…

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