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Ben Nevis Cherry Cellar and Guestfarm, Clocolan Accommodation

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About the venue
Ben Nevis Cherry Cellar & Guestfarm is situated at the foot of the Clocolan Mountain. The town "Clocolan" is named after the mountain. The word "Clocolan" is the European distortion of the Sotho word "Hlohowane" which refers to the climax in a war. Various Bushman paintings found in the mountain are evidence that the area was originally inhabited by bushmen.

Guests can choose to have Bed and Breakfast Accommodation or experience farm life by staying in a self-catering accommodation chalet. Dinner is served on request. We also have a camping site for those who prefer the outdoors.

Should you like to stay overnight, you'll be overwhelmed by real farm hospitality and our affordable rates.

Ben Nevis is the first and only registered cherry cellar in South Africa that produces unique products from pure fresh cherries. Visitors are welcome to taste a range of different cherry wines and liqueurs. The wine is a unique alcoholic cherry beverage, which contains 11% to 13% alcohol per volume and has been exclusively developed by the owners Pietie & Carina Botha, over a period of many years. People are fond of the cherry liqueur which contains 24% alcohol per volume.
Rooms Available
Fully Booked
Facilities
At a peaceful, shady area you will find a teagarden, where refreshments are served. You can have a barbeque in the lapa and refresh yourself in the swimming pool filled with spring water. Meals for functions and lunches can be served for large groups - but this must be booked a week in advance.
Activities & Attractions
In the connoisseur's venue is a large variety of bottled products from all the different fruits and vegetables of the farm, as well as dried fruit. Fresh fruit is available in season. People can visit the packing-shed and see where the fruit is packed for local and export markets. From the end of October until the end of November is cherry season. December till January is harvest time for plums, apricots and peaches. Horseback riding can be arranged on request. The walking trail is situated against the slopes and on the top of the Clocolan Mountain in the district Clocolan. This trail takes more or less four hours and is of medium difficulty. Many indigenous trees can be seen along the road and some of the names are indicated on the trees. On your way "bushmen" art can be appreciated and on top of the mountain, spectacular views of the Malutis and surrounding areas can be enjoyed. The beautiful sandstone formations are distinctive features of the area. Clocolan mountain is also a habitat for different wild animals and birds.
Available Services
Backyard / Garden
Bar on site
BBQ Area
Cooking Facilities
Fridge
Hair Dryer
Housekeeping
In Room Tea/Coffee services
Iron/Ironing Service
Parking
Secure Parking
Restaurant
TV or Satellite TV
Swimming Pool
 
Room Rates

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Activities Onsite Or Nearby
Sight Seeing
Fishing
Adventure
Hiking Trails
Water Sports
Wildlife
Childrens Fun

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Special Offers
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Payment Accepted
Cash Payments Accepted Bank Transfer Payments Accepted
Pet Policy
No Pets
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