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Enjo Nature Farm
Enjo Nature Farm offers beautiful self catering Chalets next to the river which provide complete privacy and great views of the Paardeberg mountains. Enjoy our stunning spring fed swimming dam with wooden decks and sunbeds.

On Enjo Nature Farm you will find relaxing accommodation next to the river which runs from about April till mid January depending on the rainfall and enjoy complete privacy and great views of the Paardeberg mountains. The farm offers different accommodation options, from self-catering chalets to camping.

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 and incredibly beautiful landscape. Enjoy the quiet beauty and millions of stars at night. There is also a wonderful hiking trail on the farm to the Enjo Amphitheatre and to the spring which feeds our drinking water and our stunning dam for swimming and relaxing.

Accommodation at Enjo Nature Farm:
Our Lazy Leopard House sleeps 6 people comfortably in two separate bedrooms and a loft with two single beds and has a nice outside area with braai facilty and outside sofa. There is a Jacuzzi for the young ones to play in and for you to relaxand watch the sundowner with a glass of wine.

The Lonely Planet is a nice cottage situated very remote in our beautiful Oskloof. It has a separate bedroom with a King size Bed and a wooden loft with two single beds under the thatch roof above the main area reachable by ladder. It has a bathroom with shower, a fireplace inside and an outside braai area. There is no electricity in the Lonely Planet, but Solar heated water, a gas fridge and a two plate hotplate and solar lamps. Due to no electricity there is also no fans in the rooms, but we have built a nice small natural Jacuzzi into the stonewall next to the Lonely Planet for you to cool down in summer. Due to the remoteness, this Cottage is not cleaned by us in between the bookings, so we expect you to leave it as you find it. With your Check In you receive all the bedding and towels and with the Check Out you bring it back to us with the garbage bag. Distance-wise you can walk in about 15 to 20 min to the farmhouse and big swimming dam and drive it in about 5 min.

We have two self-catering Chalets, the Enjo and the Oak Chalet, which can sleep up to 4 person in an open room with a loft that holds two single beds and a King or Queen size bed downstairs. They boast great views, an indoor fireplace and a nice barbecue area outside.

The Cabin is a very small cottage with a bathroom, and inside fireplace, an outside kitchenette under a thatch roof. It has a very outside barbecue area and sofa like all our units.

The Annex is a beautiful self-catering unit which is attached to the main farmhouse and features a private entrance, bathroom, kitchenette, and an outside barbecue area.

We also offer three campsites under shady trees, next to the river. The camp sites have electricty and water. There is a nice hot water ablution block and dish-washing facility.

All our accommodation is pet friendly.
R270.00 pps

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  • Enjo Nature Farm - Rock pool at the Lonely Planet Cottage
  • Enjo Nature Farm - Lazy Leopard House
  • Enjo Nature Farm - 200 year old Main House
  • Enjo Nature Farm - spring fed swimming dam with Enjo Chalet in the background
  • Enjo Nature Farm - one bedroom in the Lazy Leopard House
  • Enjo Nature Farm - lounge area with fireplace in Lazy Leopard House
  • Enjo Nature Farm - we have a little playground on our farm
  • Enjo Nature Farm - our horses like to visit our guests, here at the Oak Chalet
  • Enjo Nature Farm - Biedouw River
  • Enjo Nature Farm - Cabin
  • Enjo Nature Farm - outside kitchenette at the Cabin
  • Enjo Nature Farm - view from Enjo Chalet kitchen window
  • Enjo Nature Farm - sundowner view from our swimming dam
  • Enjo Nature Farm - stargazing
  • Enjo Nature Farm - Loft in the Lazy Leopard House
  • Enjo Nature Farm - our horse Paloma in flower season
  • Enjo Nature Farm - Springflowers
  • Enjo Nature Farm - Paddleskidam
  • Enjo Nature Farm - our tame horses in the riverbed
  • Enjo Nature Farm - spring fed swimming dam

Facilities & Services:

  • Babies
  • Pets
  • Children under 12 years
  • Honeymoon Couples
  • Elderly
  • Laundry Service
  • Limited Room Service
  • Special Meals on Request
  • Self-Braai / Barbecue
  • Other
  • Jacuzzi
  • Other
  • Cots available
  • Curio Shop
  • Internet Access
  • Fax & Photocopy Machine
  • Parking (open and off-street)
  • Wi-Fi
  • Fireplace on the Premises
  • Garden
  • Afrikaans
  • English
  • Other Language
  • Games Room
  • Hiking / Walking Trails
  • Swimming Pool
  • Playground

Enjo Nature Farm Activities:

Discover nature as close and as intense as possible. There are lovely hiking trails on our farm and an extremely nice hike to the top of Krakadouw Mountain. Kids love bottle feed our lambs during lambing season.

Our farm is situated in the middle of the Biedouw Valley which is world known for its incredible display of spring flowers between July and September.

Explore the Cederberg on your mountain or motor bike or test the 4x4 route nearby.

Take a drive to Wupperthal and look how they hand make the leather shoes and refresh in nice rock pools. See the Sevilla Rock Art trail closeby or the rooibos tea production in the Biedouw Valley.

Our spring fed dam is filled for swimming all year round. The river flows round about from April to beginning of January depending on the rain. We also have a natural dam for swimming and paddle skiing.

Inquire about rock climbing at world famous Rocklands.

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Health & Climate:

Summerdays in the Cederberg can be very hot. Bring sunblock and sunhat.

Enjo Nature Farm Guest Reviews

Average Guest Rating: 
  4.0 out of 5 based on 2 reviews.

Lovely stay.
 Reviewed by A Fourie on 9 September 2019

Stunning setting and homely accommodation, excellent walking trails as well as drive tracks to explore flowers, rock formations, shrubs, small animals, etc. It felt wonderfully secluded and private. Accommodation was basic and yet it was one of our favorite places to stay. Log fires, warm showers, cozy doonas, meals delivery, outside setting watching the sun set over the river...just bliss. Thank you.
 Reviewed by Tana Saunders on 5 September 2019