DREAMING OF FREEDOM?
We’re open for bookings from Wednesday, 8 July and we can’t wait to welcome you to Rooiberg Lodge.
You are finally free to escape the confines of home and explore the isolated, unspoilt Klein Karoo where wild animals roam free, birds circle in the brooding winter sky and swathes of orange aloes punctuate the landscape.
We have various accommodation options for you to choose from and because we cannot wait for you to arrive , we are offering a 20% discount on accommodation until the end of 2020.
The restaurant kitchen can provide 3 meals a day, all delivered to your door or eaten at the restaurant with its friendly service and uninterrupted view of the veld and watering hole.
We might be far from the madding crowd, but we have spared no effort in ensuring that we have adhered strictly to all the Department of Health regulations regarding Covid-19 safety protocols. (Protocols for Guests & Self-Catering Guests)
Book now for an unforgettable stay.
Tucked away in the heart of the “Klein Karoo” is a rare haven of peace and natural beauty that will restore and uplift the soul.
Accommodation for everyone
An abundance of fauna & flora
The perfect holiday destination
Explorers are spoilt for choice
14 000 ha of Klein Karoo veld
Offset your carbon footprint
This is the place where bonds are strengthened and friendships renewed.
— GROUPS —
The ideal company break-away and equally the perfect wedding or party venue.
Rooiberg Lodge, with its range of accommodation and modern facilities, caters for your every need.
— FACILITIES —
All guests have access to
- A bistro-style restaurant open from early till late serving delicious Karoo-inspired dishes
- A friendly bar for chilling with friends
- A covered deck over-looking a sparkling swimming pool with spectacular views of the surrounding mountains
- A boma for group get-togethers where our staff lay on a hearty spread
- Modern conference facilities with up-to-date technology
- A hide over-looking the watering hole that attracts abundant bird-life
— OUR STORY —
The owners, in search of peace and tranquillity, purchased this remote farm over 20 years ago. The farm had been used for hunting, but they soon turned it into a natural paradise, focussing on encouraging the natural fauna and flora to thrive and creating a space where people could relax and unwind. Because of the abundant water supply they planted olive groves which now cover 200 hectares of the farm, and produce award-winning olive oil and preserved olives under the Mont Rouge label.
— OLIVE FARM AND TOURS —
There is a walking trail around the olive grove, but a tour of the state-of-the-art olive processing plant is really something special. The tour is followed by a tasting, while olives and olive oil are for sale.