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Die Kraaltjie Guest House and Caravan Park is a 3 star property in Joubertina (Eastern Cape) that offers accommodation in self-catering units, farmhouses and campsites.

Joubertina is ideally located approximately 59km away from Plettenberg Bay which offers a few things to see and do in the area including Monkeyland, Birds of Eden, the many beaches, shops, restaurants and bars that Plett has to offer, the Choo Choo steam train, hiking in the Robberg Nature reserve, interacting with elephants, horse back safari, deep sea fishing, whale and dolphin viewing, sailing, snorkelling, abseiling, bungee jumping, quad biking and scuba diving.

This 3 star property offers accommodation in seventeen self-catering units that all come fully equipped with TV, braai facilities, bedding, towels, tea and coffee making facilities, cooking facilities and they are serviced daily. There are also three farmhouses available. The 10 campsites come with powerpoints, ablution facilities, braai facilities and grass stands.

Die Kraaltjie Guest House and Caravan Park also offers swimming pools, shop, restaurant, conference and wedding facilities and secure parking. This guesthouse offers affordable self-catering accommodation in the heart of Joubertina. This is the ideal place to stopover for business and leisure traveller alike.
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Swimming Pool, Town / City Outskirts

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  • Afrikaans
  • BBQ | Braai Facilities
  • Business Facilities
  • Catering By Arrangement
  • Conference Facilities
  • English
  • Fully Equipped Kitchen
  • Private Garden / Patio
  • Secure Parking
  • Self-catering
  • Swimming Pool
  • Tea and coffee maker
  • Telephone
  • Wedding / Function Venue


4x4 Trail, Abseiling, Eco & Nature, Fishing, Horse Riding, Outdoor, Quad Biking, Swimming Pool

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