InniKloof is located in the secluded Honey Clough valley on the eastern side of the Baviaans Mega Reserve and the Garden Route. Two carefully-converted houses offer relaxation and peace in the quiet Kleinrivierkloof. Each cottage provides accommodation for up to five guests
and is fully-equipped for self-catering. The third house is the activity centre with indoor and outdoor games and the two rooms have bunk beds for groups and can sleep 15. Our campsite is a large grass-covered area surrounded by indiginous trees. We are constantly adding to the list of activities by expanding the hiking trails and coordinating with our neighbouring establishments to
offer motocycle and moutainbike routes.
The family farm, Honey Clough, has been in the possession of the Wait family since 1822 and is situated at the foot of the Winterhoek Mountains in the Eastern Cape. The farm lies in the fertile Gamtoos Valley,
12km from the small rural town, Hankey, and is adjacent to the spectacular Baviaanskloof Wilderness Area, a World Heritage Site.
The Klein River runs through the valley and provides ample, sparkling-clean water for irrigation. It is a working citrus farm where naartjies and oranges are cultivated.
inniKloof is within 70 kilometers of the Baviaanskloof Wilderness Area, Kouga Dam, Patensie, Humansdorp, Jeffrey’s Bay, Cape St Francis, St Francis Bay and Port Elizabeth.
The closest town is Hankey (12km), the oldest town in the valley. There one can visit the graves of Sarah Baartman and Rev. Phillips, the founder of the town.
Hankey also has one of the best 9-hole golf courses in South Africa.
ATM machines from ABSA, FNB, Nedbank and Standard Bank are available and we have a Spar where you can stock up on supplies. Other attractions close by are the Van Stadens Wild Flower Reserve, AfricanDawn Animal Sanctuary and the Addo Elephant National Park.
It will be difficult to beat inniKloof for peace and tranquility. There is no cell phone or TV reception, so the executive who really wants to escape from the rat race, needs to look no further. It is a paradise for birdwatchers and nature lovers. Beautiful Knysna loeries and majestic crown eagles are seen quite often and at night one can hear the familiar call of the Night Jar. Bushbuck are plentiful and their dainty
can be seen among the houses. Bring your camera and binoculars and relax under the huge yellowwood and white stinkwood trees or next to the sparkling Klein River which meanders through the valley. You could also just enjoy the silence and the clear starlit sky at night. Only the last 3km of the road is a gravel road and is accessible by car.