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Kids in pool – “Child friendly” Lilies mountain view – “Tulbagh mountains”
Cape Leopard – A regular visitor!
House and mountain – “Oudekloof luxury guest house”
Dam & road – “Magnificent view”
Fire – “Oudekloof bonfire”
Lilies – “Oudekloof flora”

oudekloof takes its name from the age-old mountain pass that led early settlers over the Obiqua mountain and into the Slave bell – “ Oudekloof history” fertile Tulbagh valley.Today, the quaint town of Tulbagh is regarded by many as the "heart of the Boland", luring visitors from all over the world to share in its colourful history and proud traditions.
Harvest time – “Oudekloof Grapes”
Oudekloof Wine Estate, situated at the foot of this historic gateway, has been cultivated for nearly 300 years and today produces award winning grapes for local boutique cellars. The farming philosophy is sensitive and sustainable; over half the estate's 340 hectares is set aside to protect indigenous wildlife, fynbos and renosterveld for future generations to enjoy.

In 2010 it was decided to open Oudekloof to select visitors, offering guests the opportunity to stay in the luxuriously-appointed Cape Dutch manor house on a bed-&-breakfast or self-catering basis. Guests enjoy a secluded retreat with many activities for outdoor and nature enthusiasts, including hiking, mountain biking, bird watching and sight-seeing or wine-tasting in the historic valley.

For guests who wish to enjoy an evening meal watching the sun setting on the mountains, Oudekloof offers a choice of traditional Cape fare (" 'n bietjie lekker smaak van die regte Kaap") or a five course meal prepared by a gourmet chef. Upon request, guests can also enjoy an on-site massage, pre-arrival shopping, and a wide range of special romantic or celebratory experiences.
Pool sunrise –  “ Tulbagh sunrise”
Dirt road – “Oudekloof farm road”
Wine – “Oudekloof Wine”