Stay overnight in the Karoo when you book holiday accommodation in De Rust, a pretty little town in the Western Cape. The quaint little Victorian town of De Rust, on Route 62, is conveniently positioned at the southern entrance to Meiringspoort – a magnificent gorge through the Swartberg Mountain Range – and just a few kilometres from Oudtshoorn, the ostrich capital of the country.
De Rust might be small but it is charming and has become something of a haven for artists and is famous for its dessert wines and cheeses. The area, though sometimes dusty and hot, is malaria-free, safe and boasts a fantastic climate with perfect summers and gorgeous winter days, with the chill factor striking only in the evenings. The streets are tree-lined and host to a number of wonderful examples of late 19th century architecture and the town’s drinking water comes from a mountain spring, which residents claim far surpasses that of bottled water.
To read more about the town and district click on the following link De Rust.
STAYenRoute, have identified the following personalized places of accommodation, in De Rust that we recommend to our clients.
Aleandrii Farm Stay (Self-Catering / Farm Stay)
Traveling Tortoise (Eco Lodge / Self catering / Camping)
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