We stayed in the top chalet, Klipbokkop which boasts a magnificent panoramic view from an extensive deck. While it i the most expensive of the accommodation available at Mount Ceder it was worth the money just for the vista. The chalet has 2 en-suite bedrooms, with 2 beds in a loft mezzanine (more suitable for children) and a down stairs shower room. The chalet is well appointed with respect to kitchen, furnishings and linen. There is a jacuzzi on the deck. We chose to have evening meals in the restaurant which represented fair value for a 3 course limited menu for R 250.
A highlight was the excursion to visit the rock art on a private farm part owned by the company. Janine, our guide, was excellent.
This is a special place.More
- Free parking