Ceres Accommodation
Named after the Roman Goddess of Fruitfulness, Ceres village was founded in 1849 when, after the completion of Michell's Pass, the first plots of land were sold. The village lies 150km to the North-East of Cape Town. Read More

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Kagga Kamma Game Reserve

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Far away from the city lights, in a vast open space where rock formations frame the horizon, there is a hidden treasure - the beautiful Kagga Kamma Nature Reserve.

From:
R1950.00
per person sharing

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Inverdoorn Game Reserve

Receive an "Unique experience in the Karoo" when you visit our luxury oasis in the Ceres-Karoo. Hosts White Rhino, Lion, Giraffe, Wildebeest, Buffalo with more than 1200 animals on 10 000 ha. Also endangerd cheetah breeding project.

From:
R2460.00
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Mount Ceder Lodge

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Set in a valley surrounding by the beautiful Cederberg mountains. Relax on the veranda of your own fully set-up self-catering cottage or book a meal at our restaurant. Cottages range from sleeping 2 people up to 6 people.

From:
R300.00
per unit, Max: 4

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Mosterts Hoek Guest House

Working farm half way between Worcester and Ceres. Situated against the mountains with awesome views and lots to do.

From:
R450.00
per person sharing

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Accommodation near Ceres

Bain's Barn

Bain's Barn

18.7 km FROM Ceres
From: R520.00
per person sharing

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Guinevere Guest Farm

Guinevere Guest Farm

14.6 km FROM Ceres
Alfa Apartments

Alfa Apartments

18.6 km FROM Ceres
FreedEm Cottage

FreedEm Cottage

18.6 km FROM Ceres
Wild Olive Farm

Wild Olive Farm

12.9 km FROM Ceres
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