De Zeekoe Lodge in Oudtshoorn
The name De Zeekoe, is derived for the Dutch name for the farm, Zeekoegat. Which literally means “hippo waterhole”. Over a century ago, these odd-looking, water-loving creatures used to frequently visit the riverbed that still runs through the farm to this very day.
De Zeekoe Lodge is situated only 7 km outside Oudtshoorn, in the Garden Route’s Klein Karoo. Surrounded by the famous Swartberg and Outeniqua mountains, is undoubtedly one of the world’s 17 “hot spots” with 3 overlapping flower zones. Surrounded by a variety of Oudtshoorn attractions like ostrich farms, longest wine route in the world (R 62), Cango caves, Wildlife ranch, waterfalls and museums, makes this the ideal destination for a visit or a stay over in the Klein Karoo.
De Zeekoe’s unique charm & extraordinary activities attracts guests of a different kind. People from all walks of life visit this stylish lusern farm in search of a unique experience. Guests can choose between various accommodation types. Ranging from stylish rooms at the main house to rustic waterfront chalets & luxurious cottages
This hidden gem has spectacular views and the idyllic setting indeed has something to offer for everyone. From the daring adventure-seekers to those who just yearn for a quiet getaway.