Belinda has chosen beautiful unique, upmarket stays to rest your weary soles at night. During the pilgrims walk you will stay at some of the most beautiful exclusive guest farms in the area, were you will be treated to real Karoo hospitality and wonderful food.
Some of the places that forms part of the Compassberg Camino, the Erasmuskloof Camino and the Compassberg kisses the Hogsback camino’s are:
On the first and last nights of your retreats, you will stay over in Nieu Bethesda at Belinda’s guesthouse The Stoep which is situated in the tourist square of the village. For more information about The Stoep click here.
Ganora Guest farm (Compasberg)
This venue forms part of the Compassber Camino. For more informaiton about Ganora, click here
The Poplars (Compassberg)
The next Compassberg stay is at the Poplars, a gorgeously restored farmhouse located on the 15 000 hectare Gordonville farm, at the heart of the Sneeuberg Nature Reserve conservancy project in a very remote part of the deep, deep Karoo. For more information about the Poplars, see here.
Doornberg is a very famous karoo sheep farm where you will experience true farmstyle hospitality and cuisine with special hosts, Peet and Hannah Van Heerden. The farm house is hidden among 200-year-old oak trees, with huge gardens creating a true oasis in the Karoo. For more information about Doornberg, click here
Little Africa at Poplar Grove (Erasmuskloof)
Poplar Grove is a very remote off the grid homestead on a working farm. You will be spending 3 nights here on the Erasmuskloof Winter Camino. To learn more, click here
Bloemhof Farm (Erasmuskloof)
This stately grand old mansion, build in 1912, used to be an ostrich palace and is still owned by the Murray family. It is one of the stays on the Erasmuskloof Camino. Learn more
Back o’ the Moon (Hogsback)
Back o’ the Moon is an exceedingly comfortable historic home in the heart of Hogsback. You will stay here on the COmpassberg kisses the Hogsback Camino retreat.