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Wolwefontein Hunting

Wolwefontein Hunting


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Wolwefontein Lodge is a spacious, five bedroom guesthouse on the farm Wolwefontein, situated 30km outside Colesberg on the N9 between Colesberg and Noupoort. It is a quiet, scenic stopover for those traveling toward Port Elizabeth and the Garden Route. It is possible to access the N1 via Noupoort, getting back onto the highway at Hanover.

A drive to the farm is almost like envisioning an oasis, a great contrast to the stark beauty of the Karoo, as lovely green lands and a forest of Poplar trees lay just below the guesthouse. Your hostess runs the guesthouse, prepares and serves all the meals and believes in spending time with her guests. Listen to her tales of Wolwefontein’s rich history and about life on the magical farm. Relax in the solidarity of the vast serene space at the lodge and be in peace with the abundant wilderness and animal life.

At Wolwefontein, there is always heaps of fun stuff for children to do. Most of the year, there are little orphan lambs to feed, sometimes there may even be a baby buck. From August, the mares will have their foals running and playing nearby and if you are really lucky, you may even get to see a mare foaling. Aside from the animals on the farm, play is only limited to the imagination and the definite plus is that Mom and Dad can leave them to it and relax in peace.

Wolwefontein is quite nicely situated so as to allow day trips of the surrounding areas. Graaff-Reinet is a lovely little town to explore with much history. It is only 160km away! The Owl House is about 100km away so you can be sure of a nice day trip. Colesberg museum has much information about the Boer War and they offer interesting walks through the town and surrounding area with regards to the Boer War skirmishes and sites.

Gariep Dam is 70km away and one can organise day trips on a house boat or just have a nice day relaxing by the waterside. White water rafting and horse riding near the dam. Expect a warm smile, comfortable beds and plenty of fresh country air on your visit to Wolwefontein Lodge.

Relax in the five large and spacious units, each having its own bathroom en suite or with a private bathroom to wash away the tension of your day. All rooms promise comfortable beds with crisp sheets for a restful night. Each unit has its own entrance and is equipped with microwave, bar fridge, cutlery, crockery, kettle with instant coffee, filter coffee, tea and rusks. There is a braai area outside each unit as well as a boma with large firepit and also an indoor braai in the dining area for cold, windy days. The dining area also has a small kitchen.

The Nguni, Meerkat and Eagle rooms are situated at the back of the house. These units have been fenced off individually and are pet friendly for small breeds of dogs.

The Elephant and Guinea Fowl rooms are situated on the front of the house. Guests with pets are required to keep their dogs on leashes as these are not enclosed by fencing.

Meerkat room

A sunny room with two single beds and a bathroom en suite. The bathroom has a bath and a shower. Very spacious and comfortable. Portable air conditioner and a ceiling fan. Own entrance. Fenced.

Elephant room

A lovely room with a queen size bed, single bed and shower en suite. The bedroom has its own entrance opening onto the verandah. This bedroom is very cosy and romantic in winter, since it has its own fireplace. Ceiling fan.

Eagle room

A spacious, sunny room with queen size bed, double bunk and shower en suite. Perfect for families. Ceiling fan. Own entrance. Fenced.

Guinea Fowl

A family room with twin set and double bunk and private bathroom and toilet. Cool and comfortable. Ceiling fan. Own entrance.

Nguni room

Lovely room with a queen size bed for a couple. Fireplace and ceiling fan. Own entrance and fenced.

Kudu Cottage

Romantic getaway cottage especially for couples. Once the original house on the farm, it has been transformed into a lovely one bedroom cottage with queen size bed. Facilities include en suite bathroom and a little lounge / dining room with full DSTV. A verandah with a private braai area overlooks the garden and swimming pool


You can enjoy the braai facilities under the star covered sky or take a cool dip and swim in the swimming pool at the main house. In the winter, it is very cold and you might be lucky to experience snow! So if you want to build a snowman, July – August is the time to come. This is the time when you snuggle up near the fire with a mug of Hot Chocolate and a good book. There is undercover parking for your vehicle. Two cots are available for guests with babies or toddlers, free of charge.