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Bakkies Guesthouse

Situated at the foot of the well-known Bainskloof Pass overlooking a dam which hosts several species of birdlife and provides a spectacular mirror image of the Hawequa Mountains.

Guests are assured of clean and affordable accommodation amid safe and peaceful country surroundings with stunning views.

Rooms & Rates

well-deserved break and "get away from it all"

Conference Venue

Can accommodate 60+ delegates depending on table layout

Nearby attractions

Hiking adventures, mountain biking, waterfalls and the spectacular views of Bainskloof Pass

Bakkies Guest House

Situated at the foot of the well-known Bainskloof Pass overlooking a dam

Quick Summary

Bakkies Guesthouse will leave any discerning guest with an experience of fulfillment and wanting to return again and again. We are constantly exploring ways to increase our green footprint.

  • Wheelchair friendly
  • As part of our commitment to 'going green', all hot water cylinders are powered by solar panels
  • Tranquil and serene atmosphere

Things to do nearby

There is so much on offer within an hour of Bakkies Guesthouse and Conference Centre as we are ideally situated halfway between the bright lights of Cape Town and the statuesque mountains of the Western Cape in the hidden valley of Wellington.
The Berg River flows along the western border with two smaller streams, the Spruit and Kromme and the mighty Hawequas stands guard on the eastern side.
The Bainskloof Pass, built by the Scottish born Andrew Geddes Bain, was the only gateway to the north. More French nationals settled here than anywhere else in the Cape and the valley was initially called Val du Charron - valley of the wagon-makers. Val du Charron was the last outpost before travellers, pioneers and adventureres attempted the arduous journey into the hinterland with their oxen and their wagons.