Fit For A King: Rosenhof Country House, Oudtshoorn

By Kate Els Published: May 4, 2016, 7:00 am
Rosenhof Country HouseCourtesy of Rosenhof Country House

Rosenhof Country House, a family homestead built circa 1852, lies on the edge of the small tourist town of Oudtshoorn. Other than a very popular annual arts festival, the town is dominated by the ostrich-farming industry. Travellers normally pass through onwards to the Garden Route or back towards Cape Town, and stay for just a few nights. Don’t let my description mislead you however, as Oudtshoorn is an idyllic getaway and my stay at Rosenhof was absolutely lux.

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