|Rockwood Cottage accommodation has been tastefully decorated with an artist's eye. Quality furniture - including indigenous Yellowwood - and appliances, original paintings and crisp neatness set Rockwood Cottage apart. Everything from the fully equipped kitchen to the bed linen was carefully chosen to make your stay as homely as possible.|
The Main bedroom has a double bed and private sitting area leading out to the veranda. A second bedroom has two single beds and there is a full bathroom with both shower and bath. Two more guests can be accommodated in an outside, en-suite bedroom with two single beds. The open plan kitchen opens onto the dining room which seats six. The spacious lounge has a cosy fire place and opens onto a veranda with breathtaking views, and a stream just below to totally relax your senses. There is an outdoor barbecue facility under the old oak trees and a private rock pool filled all year round with fresh river water.
Attractions / Things to do
|Spoil yourself with time spent in this heavenly setting; restore your soul with long country walks and magnificent scenery. Relax on the generous veranda or enjoy superior bird watching opportunities! Come and relax in the swimming pool built among rocks, spilling over into the most wondrous view of mountains and valley. Nikki will direct you towards several opportunities for country hikes and special places for picnics.|
There are also nearby mountain bike trails as well as 4x4 tracks.
|Services / Facilities|
|TV, Swimming, Hiking |
|Off-Peak: R550 per night for 2 people and R100 per additional person.|
Peak: R700 per night for 2 people and R100 per additional person.
|Citrusdal is approximately 170 kilometres from N1/N7 interchange in Cape Town taking the N7 to Namibia. Pass through Malmesbury, Morreesburg and Piketberg and then turn off the N7 towards Citrusdal. At the 4 - way stop street cross straight over the main road (Voortrekker) and follow the Middelberg Pass road to Ceres (R303). Approximately 6.5 km. from the stop street you will find the entrance to Rockwood Farm on your left. (The second entrance with white gate posts). If the road to Ceres becomes gravel, you have passed the farm entrance by about 150m and should turn around! |