Enjo Nature Farm

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Getaway Summary
PRICE (pp sharing):
from R 70
PRICE (unit):
from R 440
GETAWAY TYPE
Self-catering
What We Say
Enjo Nature Farm is a great getaway that leaves you with lasting memories without breaking the bank.

The accommodation is on the simpler side, so it's not 5-star pampering, but that's the main appeal of Enjo - it has the space and simplicity to let you reconnect with yourself and those you're with.

There's a variety of cottages on offer, all self-catering and in classic Cederberg & Karoo style, steel-framed windows, wooden furniture whitewash walls.

If you're after solitude then you'll be interested in the Lonely Planet cottage which sits alone, a few minutes up a jeep track. The cottage has solar-heated hot water and a gas stove & fridge (no Eskom) so you won't be watching telly at night but rather taking in the beautiful surroundings. And then there's the Chalets next to the river, each with queen/king size beds and plenty of privacy.

In the area there's some fantastic walking and hiking trails, options for mountain biking, rock climbing, or just sitting and 'being'.

One things for sure, you'll struggle to drag yourself away.
Overview
On Enjo Nature Farm you will find relaxing accommodation next to the river and enjoy complete privacy and great views of the Paardeberg mountains. The farm offers different accommodation options, from self-catering chalets to camping. Each self-catering chalet boasts great views, an indoor fireplace, a barbecue area and some have their very own jacuzzi. Our Lonely Planet Cottage is a special one as its positioned very remote and runs with Solar and Gas instead of Eskom. Due to its remoteness we do not clean it in between every booking and expect you to leave it as you find it. On arrival you are given a basket with bedding and all you need which you return with your check out.<br /><br />We have three nice campsites with braai facilities, water and electricity points. There is a nice hot water ablution block and dish washing facility.<br /><br />Enjo Nature Farm is situated far from the main tourist tracks, within the unspoilt Biedouw Valley of the Cederberg mountains. The valley is known for its magnificent spring flowers from July till September and incredibly beautiful landscape. Enjoy the quiet beauty and millions of stars at night. There are also wonderful hiking trails on the farm to the Enjo Amphitheatre and to the spring which feeds our drinking water. Choose between exploring the area on your mountain bike or motorbike. A natural dam is also on our farm with paddle skis and a canoe.<br /><br />Close by you will find the Wupperthal Missionary Village with its hand-made shoe factory and rooibos tea shop, while a visit to the Sevilla rock art trail with its rock paintings and caves is a must.
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TripAdvisor ® Traveller Reviews
"A hidden gem"
01 Jan 2017
By Thea v
"One of the best camping experiences of my life. From the kindness and hospitality of Andrea to the incredible facilities and pure natural beauty of the farm and area. I can't wait to go back and..."
"stargazer's delight"
08 Dec 2016
By olive c, Cape Town
"we keep coming back here every visit to the Western Cape.....this is definitely wilderness territory...the only sounds are of the earth itself, some sheep in the distance and a neigh or gallop or two..."
"Such a tranquil hideaway!"
27 Oct 2016
By Michelle K, Cape Town
"We camp here for 2 nights during the September school holidays. What a wonderful place off the beaten track. Lovely hiking trips to go on, large dam to swim in and amazing star gazing. There is..."
"Enjo Chalet 10 - 13 October 2016"
18 Oct 2016
By hanriej, Cape Town Central
"For my 53'd birthday I decided to treat my doggie and my partner to a Cederberg trip. This must be one of the most peaceful places in SA. Tessa welcomed me, showed me a fridge with drinks and also..."
"Tranquil and relaxing stay. Magical night under the stars!"
15 Sep 2016
By DanO68, Somerset West
"We spent a night here during a trip through the northern reached of the Cederberg. We stayed in the Lonely Planet hut, a basic chalet set in a small valley, kilometers away from the nearest..."
"Nature at its best, no phone reception, no worries!"
23 Aug 2016
By Elzet C
"This is definitely the getaway you want to take away from city life and the busyness that comes with it. Enjo is nestled away in the Cederberg mountains with no phone reception and only nature to..."
"A really special place"
15 Aug 2016
By LikeFully, Cape Town
"I went there with three other families. Three families camped and one stayed in the Annex. We were blessed with perfect weather in the middle of winter. The kids had a blast and we had a really..."
"Enough for once in a few years"
15 Jun 2016
By Titleistss, Bellville
"We stayed in the Lonely Planet cottage. Yes it's secluded, yes it's very quiet. If you plan to visit, make sure you take your own bedding. If you need hot water, do not visit in winter when it's..."
"Love at first sight"
17 May 2016
By Kirsty822, Letsitele
"This is a special little place! We went to see thee flowers and were not disappointed! Although we camped the cottages looked great too! The hosts were amazing accommodating and work on an honesty..."
"Perfect sky in dry early march"
16 Mar 2016
By J m, Hamburg, Germany
"Other descriptions may help you better than mine. But just look at my picture of the stars and the beautiful old tree at Enjo's. It was very dry when we visited Enjo from 07th to 09th March 2016 so..."