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Discover De Kombuys Estate – A Gem in Oudtshoorn

De Kombuys Estate, nestled in the breathtaking Swartberg Mountains, Oudtshoorn. Step back in time and experience the charm of a two-hundred-year-old working Cape Dutch Farm. Our estate offers an array of delights, including terroir-based estate wines, free-range Wagyu beef, and boutique upmarket accommodation. As you explore our grounds, you’ll find The Marbled Wagyu restaurant, a haven for Wagyu enthusiasts. Whether you seek tranquillity in nature or a taste of farm life, De Kombuys Estate has everything to make your stay truly memorable.

De Kombuys Estate – stay in Natural surroundings

Discover a range of accommodation options thoughtfully designed to harmonize with the Cape-Karoo architecture and natural surroundings. Choose from the following three distinct offerings:

  1. Luxury Villas: Experience Little Karoo luxury in our newly built villas situated on a hillside overlooking the farm and Swartberg mountain range. Each villa is a unique gem, influenced by the farm’s heritage.
  2. Vineyard Cottages: Step back in time with a stay in our historic Vineyard Cottages dating back to the 1800s. Nestled by the Shiraz vineyard, these cottages offer magnificent views of the surrounding mountains and have been lovingly restored.
  3. Bush Camp: Perfect for outdoor enthusiasts, our Bush Camp accommodates small groups of up to 6 guests. Immerse yourself in nature and experience the charm of camping with modern amenities.
De Kombys Villa

Experience Wagyu like never before at De Kombuys Estate

At The Marbled Wagyu, our pride and specialty lie in producing the world’s best free-range Wagyu beef right here in the heart of the Swartberg Mountains. Indulge in a culinary experience like no other while savoring a glass of De Kombuys Estate wine on the terrace overlooking the vineyards. The Marbled Wagyu Deli and Restaurant, located on the estate, is the heart of our establishment, where you can enjoy wine tastings and purchase farm produce, including our delectable Wagyu beef.

Menu Highlights:

  • Wagyu Prima: An experience rather than a meal, our signature dish that embodies the essence of Wagyu.
  • Wagyu Tajima Burger: An artwork perfected over time, a true delight for burger connoisseurs.

Activities for Everyone

At De Kombuys Estate, there’s something for everyone. Embrace the beauty of the Klein Karoo and enjoy activities such as:

  • Vineyard Tours: Explore the vineyards and learn about our organic farming practices.
  • Nature Walks: Take leisurely strolls through the picturesque Cango Valley and experience the local flora and fauna.
  • Stargazing: Witness the dazzling night sky away from city lights and be mesmerized by the constellations.
  • Farm Experience: Engage in the culture of a working organic farm, and if you wish, participate in daily farm activities.

WHAT TO WEAR We recommend comfortable clothing suitable for both indoor and outdoor activities. Casual attire, sturdy shoes, and a hat for sun protection are advisable for outdoor excursions.

LANGUAGE The primary language spoken in the region is English, but you may also encounter Afrikaans speakers.

CURRENCY The local currency is the South African Rand (ZAR). Major credit cards are widely accepted, and there are ATMs available for cash withdrawal.

CLIMATE Oudtshoorn enjoys a semi-arid climate with hot summers and mild winters. Be sure to check the weather forecast before your visit to pack accordingly.

SAFETY De Kombuys Estate prioritizes the safety and well-being of all guests. Our premises are secure, and the surrounding area is generally safe. However, we always advise guests to take standard precautions while traveling, such as keeping belongings secure and being mindful of personal safety.

Visit De Kombuys Estate and immerse yourself in the wonders of the Swartberg Mountains. Experience the fusion of luxury, nature, and culinary excellence that make this hidden gem a must-visit destination in Oudtshoorn. Book your stay now and embark on an unforgettable adventure in the heart of the Klein Karoo.

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