Saint du Barrys
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSaint du Barrys Clanwilliam
Loved our stay at Saint du Barry's in Clanwilliam South Africa. Owners and hosts, Wally and Joan, were so gracious and helpful. The room was very comfortable. The place is convenient to restaurants and the Cederberg Mountains.
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We left Cape Town in our Ford rental to head to the mountains and a small town called Clanwilliam. Nestled at the foot of the spectacular Cederberg mountains, Clanwilliam is a picturesque town of homesteads and one of the ten oldest towns in South Africa. We stayed in a lovely B&B close to the one-street town that allowed us to walk to …
... at our accommodation which is deep in the mountains, along side a river, this small little quaint dutch cottage, no signal, NO TV, this is going to be a very interesting evening:)
Took a visit into town to the local church bazaar and ordered 2 coffee's and 4 pancakes for R30...bargain!! We also discovered that they had curry and rice, so that's dinner sorted.
We off to our mountain retreat..........chat again tomorrow
... The contours of the land are lined with eucalypts and Sheoks. We had a few stops along the way. We are getting to know the lovely people on tour with us. They have all travelled extensively and have many a fascinating story to tell. Lunch was on a wind swept piece of green grass at a petrol station pit stop. We had simple but delicious ham and salad rolls and then back on the bus for another 90 mins. We pass thousands of orange trees on ...
... We really enjoyed it. Spent a couple of days just hiking the coast and climbing and investigating tidal pools. Our first night here was a full moon and we didn't even need our headlamps to get around it was so bright out, ver nice. One afternoon we were picnicking on a rock and a flock of Cormorants flew by. It was so large that it took 14 minutes for the whole flock to pass. Quite a sight. Then right before sunset they passed our camp going back the ...
... stay for the next two days! We were told that once there, all we had to do was put our feet up, relax and let the currents take us downstream the Orange River……mind the rapids though!
Fantastic…..I was already looking forward to my relaxation and adventures ahead of me….
To be continued…