The Langvlei was originally built in 1915 as the home of a butcher, who had his slaughter house and shop (additional sleeping spaces) on the property. In the 1980s and 90s the property had its party years, when it was a renowned concert venue (The Blue Leopard) and later a backpackers.
With much personal tender love and care it has grown to the charming and relaxing country home it is now. Redesigned to perfectly capture the natural beauty of its surrounding it features wooden floors, two bathrooms, and an open kitchen-living area.
It sleeps six persons over two double beds and two singles. Being rural by design its water supply is by rainwater with a brackish borehole as backup. There’s a gas stove and cooking utensils in the kitchen.