WINTER SPECIAL: R10,800 for 2 nights (valid until 31 October)

Kudukloof is a luxury off-the-grid homestead situated in the wilderness of the Karoo in the Western Cape of South Africa. The off-the-beaten-path guest house sits on 550 hectares…show more

Accommodation options at Kudukloof

  • Kudukloof

    Min 1 guest - max 16 guests
    1 Private House

    This double-story private house can accommodate 16 people (12 adults and 4 kids). There are seven bedrooms, six bedrooms are furnished with King-size beds (two …


    from R 13000 / per-accommodation-per-night

    R9000 Low Season Rate

    Fully-equipped kitchen
    Fully-equipped kitchen
    Braai Area
    Braai Area
    Boma with fire-pit
    Boma with fire-pit
    Woodfired Hot tub
    Woodfired Hot tub

What's included

Accommodation: Self-catering

Excluded: Firewood (R25 per bag)


How to get there

  • 2 hrs

    Cape Town

  • Kudukloof

    Hoogland Farm, N1, Touws River, 6880

  • Check in at Kudukloof

    14:00 on day of arrival

  • Check out at Kudukloof

    10:00 on day of departure

Frequently asked questions

  • Is Kudukloof pet friendly?

  • Is there firewood available?

  • Do I need a 4x4 to get to the house?

R 13,000
/ per accommodation per night

R9000 Low Season Rate

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  • Perfect for large groups

    Beautiful views. Perfect for families/friends - definitely reccomend this place. review

    L. Kemp

  • Ultimate relaxation

    The ultimate relaxation! My favourite! review

    M. van Biljon

  • Fantastic experience

    Such a fantastic location. Couldn't get a more remote location if you tried. Stunning views from every room in the house. I loved that almost every room had its own bathroom - this made it very comfortable for our team getaway. The boma fire-pit was my favourite and the stargazing was out of this world. High recommend this property! review

    T. Lance

Kudukloof impact highlights

Kudukloof, in the Karoo region, is committed to minimizing its environmental impact. The guesthouse stands as an example of eco-friendly hospitality by operating as a completely off-the-grid homestead (no television or hairdryers). Embracing renewable energy, the rooftops are lined with solar panels that efficiently harness the power of the sun to meet their energy needs. By generating clean and sustainable energy, Kudukloof has significantly reduced its carbon footprint, making it a sustainable haven for guests seeking an eco-conscious retreat.