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Bartholomeus Klip Farmhouse

Enjoy game viewing and exceptional food at Bartholomeus Klip Farmhouse, on a working farm and fynbos nature reserve near Cape Town and the Winelands

 

Bartholomeus Fields mountain

 

Bartholomeus Klip Farmhouse is uniquely – and spectacularly – situated on one of the largest wheat and sheep farms in South Africa’s beautiful Western Cape region.

The Elandskloof Mountains tower behind the farm’s own Nature Reserve, a South African Natural Heritage Site which preserves 4000hectres of the Cape’s famous shrub land vegetation, known as West Coast Renosterveld.

 

Bartholomeus Klip Farmhouse special

 

Winter special – 1 April to 30 June 2017

In celebration of the year Bartholomeus Klip opened its doors, we have reduced our room rates, now from R1997 per night per person sharing. An early winter special, running from 1 April to 30 June, which includes all meals and activities: brunch, high tea, dinner as well as guided drives in the Elandsberg Nature Reserve and endless hiking and cycling possibilities. SA Residents, Direct Bookings

Click here to see the winter special online

bartholomeusklip garden

 

The late Victorian farmhouse has been meticulously restored, and each room professionally and individually decorated with stylish fabrics and family antiques.  The four double rooms have en-suite bathrooms with luxuriously deep ball-and-claw bathtubs, and are supplied with toiletries specially created for Bartholomeus Klip.  A separate suite looks out from its own verandah over the fynbos and up to the mountains.

 

Bartholomeus bedroom 1

 

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The warm welcome, friendly service and highly-praised food are part of the Bartholomeus Klip experience, with a team of chefs producing the gourmet meals.  However, self-catering is an option at the recently opened Wild Olive House, sited away from the main house, which has accommodation for groups of friends or families of up to eight.  The house has a leafy outdoor living area, private swimming pool and adjoining cottage, and is bright, charming and elegantly comfortable.

 

Bartholomeus brunch

Bartholomeus Klip is famous for its food, which is generous, imaginative and mostly made from a variety of local produce. The conservatory is full of morning sunshine at breakfast time, and at night soft candlelight makes a romantic atmosphere for diners enjoying the gourmet evening meal.

Batholomeus roast lamb

A perfect day in the country is rounded off with dinner in the conservatory, where the gourmet meals are matched with the offerings on our carefully-chosen wine list.

Bartholomeus dessert

 

Guests are taken on game drives twice daily through the reserve to see many different sorts of buck, including eland, springbok and black wildebeest, as well as zebras from the world-famous Quagga Project, and a great variety of wildflowers in the springtime.  The working farm has extensive wheatlands and large flocks of sheep, as well as an impressive 45-strong breeding herd of disease-free Cape buffalo.

Apart from exploring the farm and the reserve, activities at Bartholomeus Klip include guided walks, mountain-biking, bird-watching, windsurfing on the dam, swimming in the salt-water pool with its marvellous views, and peacefully relaxing in the extensive gardens.

 

Bartholomeus animals

 

Pensioner discount:

10% pensioner discount at restaurant and accommodation

When making an enquiry or booking, please reference  You’ve Earned It / YEI  # 124

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2 Comments

  • Linda Rademeyer
    October 13, 2016 at 10:06 am

    Hi good day ,
    What are your rates for pensioners YEI in December for 2 nights 18th – 20th
    Regards,

    Linda Rademeyer

    • Marilynh
      October 19, 2016 at 7:08 am

      Dear Linda

      Thanks for your query. This has been sent on to Bartholomeus Klip for response. They will respond directly to you.

      Kind regards
      Marilyn, YEI Reader

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