Oudtshoorn, Klein Karoo Kannaland - Accommodation
ESTABLISHMENT OVERVIEW:AHOY B&B is situated in a quiet residential area of Oudtshoorn and is close to major tourist attractions. With its warm and comfortable environment, you will feel right at home.
We offer 3 beautifully restored and renovated private rooms and one family room with all the modern amenities for your comfort in a quiet and tranquil setting. Safe off-street parking available.
We at Ahoy B&B pride ourselves in honest and friendly service. Our facilities are very clean and neat.
You will come here a stranger and leave a friend!
* 3 Twin rooms, en suite bathroom
* 1 Family room , en suite bathroom
* Reception area
* TV Room
* Safe Parking
* Traditional Farmhouse Breakfast on request
Facilities & Amenities includes:
Facilities available at Ahoy B&B, Oudtshoorn, Klein Karoo Kannaland
- Children Welcome
- Conference Facilities
- Disabled Friendly
- Gay Friendly
- Secure Parking
- Wedding Facilities
- Air Conditioning
- Non Smoking
Things to do near Oudtshoorn, Klein Karoo Kannaland
Avontuur Estate, home of Fine Wines and Fast Horses, nestles against the Helderberg between Stellenbosch and Somerset West. Visit us on the Stellenbosch Wine Route for wine tasting, wine sales and a bite to eat in our deli-style restaurant. ...
Calitzdorp, also known as the port wine capital of South Africa, is ideally situated on scenic Route 62, the longest wine route in the world, at the heart of the Klein Karoo, within a couple of hours' drive of all world renowned tourist attractions in the region. It is a village of architectural treasures and more sights than one could absorb in a single visit. A four-hour scenic drive from Cape ...
The town of Ladismith lies at the foot of the Klein Swartberg mountain, where the majestic Towerkop - with its split peak - guards the town. Local legend has it that a witch, flying overhead during a thunderstorm one night, found the peak obstructing her passage. In anger she struck it with her magic wand, splitting it in two! Halfway up Elandsberg - on the Elandsberg Hiking Trail - is Stanley's ...
Oudtshoorn lies between the Swartberg and Outeniqua Mountains and offers all the amenities of a regional capital, while retaining the charm and heritage of a proudly traditional rural town. The semi-arid Klein Karoo is perfectly suited for ostrich farming, an industry dating back to the 1800s when the fine feathers were sought-after by fashionistas worldwide. Though the need for feathers has waned, ...
Various hiking options are possible, ranging form easy day-hikes to a fairly demanding five-day route. The five-day trail has three alternative starting points with overnight huts at Ou Tol, Bothashoek (Ou Tol to Bothashoek: 4 hours) and Gouekrans (Bothashoek to Gouekrans: 4,5 hours): which has a panoramic view over the landscape dominated by Cape fold mountains. This trail leads hikers past rock formations, ...
Cango Ostrich Show Farm is located in the lush Cango Valley, Schoemanshoek, 14 km outside of Oudtshoorn on the main route towards the world famous Cango Caves, making it easy to find and making your trip more time efficient. We have a very exclusive style whereby we ensure each person individual attention. We pride ourselves on our service standards and hospitality. The Cango Ostrich Show ...
When looking for things to do in Oudtshoorn (or close by) then look no further than the Cango Wildlife Ranch, which was established in 1977. This world-class experience combines family fun with education about conservation and they are conveniently situated en route to the Cango Caves. Their good standing with the NSPCA (National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) is evident through ...
Looking for things to do in Oudtshoorn? Come explore the underground wonder of the Klein Karoo - The Cango Caves. "The Cango Caves offer a fascinating trip through time. The caverns began forming 20 million years ago when acidic ground water chemically eroded the 100 million year-old limestone rock - although today's dramatic stalactites and stalagmites began growing only when the water which ...
Exploring the Western Cape's Route 62, one might never first think "˜Let me look at a museum in Oudtshoorn'. But when it comes to the CP Nel Museum, one may change their mind and be intrigued and even compelled to go in and explore this unique museum on the Corner of Voortrekker Road and Baron Van Reede Street in the centre of town. The museum with a twist What makes CP Nel Museum intriguing ...
Swartberg Mountain Tours specializes in guided eco excursions in, on and around the Swartberg Mountains in the Klein Karoo, near Oudtshoorn. Our passion, focus and knowledge is on the fauna, flora, history and geology of the Swartberg Mountains. An unspoiled World Heritage Site of UNESCO. Our concern is to make a minimum impact on our nature and a maximum impact on our nature lovers. We ...
Known by many as the Safari Ostrich show farm, this Ostrich spectacle is the answer to what to do in Oudtshoorn. 6 Kilometre detour from Oudtshoorn and a few minutes away from the Cango caves teleports you into the majesty of these 9 feet, feathery goddesses and gods. The Safari Ostrich Park is their run away and play ground all at the same time. Here they mate, breed, play and live for all to see. Ostriches ...
Uniondale, a small town in the Klein Karoo, South Africa, came about by the joining of two farms - Hopedale & Lyon in 1856. Initially known for its wagon building and ostrich feather industries, which later waned and left a quaint farming town. Uniondale lies next to the Langkloof and is predominantly a sheep, goat, seed and apple farming community. To the tourist it offers a relaxing stay in comfortable ...
valley of Ferns is situated in a little valley with open grass spaces and quiet shaded picnic spots, this is tranquility itself. There is a short 450m walk in the forest under giant tree ferns, across small trickling streams and past moss meadows that invite you to lie down and experience the tranquility . The forest walk tends to be quite moist so be careful on the slippery roots and logs. ...
The Ysterhoutrug picnic site situated along the R339 is a beautiful site to spend the day in nature with the entire family. There are wooden benches and tables under the trees but also lots of grass on which to spread your picnic blanket. The White Elephant Hiking Trail, 8km circular route, also passes through here if you want to go for a longer walk. Facilities: Tables with benches, braai ...
The King Edward VII picnic site was and still is one of my favorites. This handful of secluded picnic spots with benches, tables and braai (fire) facilities in the heart of the forest are worth a visit. In the midst of this area you can see one of the biggest and oldest trees in the forest, an Outeniqua Yellow wood, over 650 years old, standing 40m high and with a bole circumference of 7m this ...
Velbroekdraai is a great place to stop for tee or coffee when traveling along the R339. There is also one of the BIG trees in the forest to see here, a 600 year Outeniqua Yellowwood. The short 600m circular forest walk is accessible for the whole family. The Red Elephant Hiking Trail also passes through here, if you intend to do this, please obtain a permit from the Diepwalle Forestry Station. Facilities: ...
Zoar was founded in 1817 by P.J. Joubert on the farm Elandsfontein for and on behalf of the South African Missionary Society. The name is derived from the biblical name Zoar. Joubert managed the mission till 1833, and thereafter the management was taken over by two missionaries from the Berlin Missionary Society. In 1843 Zoar was formally taken over by the Berlin Missionary Society. Zoar again ...
De Rust is peaceful and tree lined with excellent examples of late 19th century architecture. Our drinking water from a mountain spring puts expensive bottled water to shame. The village of De Rust. We are situated on the N12 (R62) at the southern entrance to Meiringspoort, a scenic gorge through the majestic Swartberg Mountain Range, which links the Klein Karoo to the Great Karoo. Oudtshoorn, ...
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GPS Co-Ordinates: 22° 11' 38.9" E / 33° 36' 0.8" S
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Driving to Ahoy B&B in Oudtshoorn, Klein Karoo Kannaland
|Departing: George Airport|
|Address: R404, South Africa|
|Distance: 62.8 km / Duration: 49 mins|
|1.||Head north toward R404||0.2 km|
|2.||Turn left onto R404||9.6 km|
|3.||Turn left onto N12/N9||18.1 km|
|4.||Turn left onto N12||33.4 km|
|5.||Turn left onto Bloem St||1.1 km|
|6.||Turn right onto Park Rd
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