Cederberg Ridge is a new luxurious wilderness lodge offering delicious food, hospitality and adventure. Overlooking the Cederberg Mountains in South Africa, it is within easy reach of Cape Town. A range of excursions are on offer, from walking trails and mountain biking, to rock art and flower tours. This holiday is available from 5 Oct 2018.
INTO THE WILDERNESS, OUT OF THE ORDINARY
A holiday at Cederberg Ridge offers the authentic ambience of a Modern African Farmhouse with much use of wood and natural materials. The warm and inviting interiors, with vaulted and beamed ceilings, give a light and airy feel. Large French windows open to a generous stoep and deck overlooking the garden.
With 9 spacious rooms and suites, a restaurant with a view, a large swimming pool and indigenous gardens flowing into the veld, this boutique hotel offers the luxury of space and style in the midst of wilderness.
EXPLORING THE SECRET CEDERBERG
We introduce you to the natural beauty and hidden gems of the Cederberg in South Africa through a range of experiences, which suit both the active and the more laid back.
Choose from guided walks, mountain biking, rock art excursions and water activities. Also on offer are guided excursions into the high Cederberg or to the West Coast with its rustic beach restaurants. Enjoy wine-tasting at the lodge, star-gazing and story-telling at the fire-pit or indulge in an in-room spa treatment.
SLEEP IN STYLE
Our spacious suites have indoor & outdoor showers and terraces. Take a dip in our large swimming pool overlooking the mountain panorama, and sleep-out under the stars on the deck to add a romantic touch to your stay.
WHY THE CEDERBERG?
Choose the Cederberg for its untamed wide open spaces & charming country hospitality, and learn about the authentic mix of San culture, Settler history and rural traditions. The Cederberg is also famous for its hiking, stunning spring flowers, unusual rock formations and ancient rock art sites. For active guests, there are superb water activities in summer – boating, tubing, fishing and sundowner cruises. And for foodies and wine lovers, there is a fantastic range of local wine estates and restaurants in the area. To top it all off, the Cederberg is only 2+ hours from Cape Town and the Winelands.