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Tierhoek Cottages

15km before Robertson (Route R62). When coming from Worcester, 6km from Rooiberg Wine Cellar at the foot of the Langeberg Mountains on the Tierhoek & Sparkloof Farm, Western Cape, South Africa

Hand Picked

A perfect find! Private, romantic, self-catering cottages nestled at the foot of the majestic Langeberg near Robertson (on a family-run organic farm). A unique spot where you can find peace and privacy. Tierhoek Cottages are elegantly furnished and is fully equipped with a private plunge pool, wide verandahs, indoor and outdoor fireplaces. The cherry on the cake: Beathtaking views!

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  1. Complete privacy; cottages are remote from each other
  2. Own private pool and fireplace
  3. Quiet – a place to unwind and to enjoy nature
  4. Well equipped – all the details have been taken care off…
  5. Ideal for honeymoon couples & families (different cottages cater for different needs)


Making a Difference

  • Tierhoek Cottages are situate and part of a certified organic farm with a commitment to the preservation of the natural environment.
  • The owners work with a small, dedicated team who undergo constant personalised training and adult education, including driving lessons.


  • “My husband and I had a good chance to relax and soak up the clean air. The cottage was absolutely magnificent and had everything that we needed”
  • “This was the perfect getaway and we will surely be back”
  • “The place is awesome. So quiet and away from the rush”
  • “Thank you for a truly wonderful weekend – it was magical”
  • “Stone Cottage is heaven on earth. The views are stunning and the privacy unmatched. Best outdoor shower ever – and I have had many!”
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