With a broad range of accommodation options it's popular with larger groups and families. You can choose from bed and breakfast inside the Cape Dutch style heritage house or rent one of the self-catering properties which include a large old farmhouse with its own stoep (sleeps up to ten in five bedrooms) or the considerably more 'rustic' Stone House which has a bedroom with a double bed and a second bedroom packed with four bunk beds. There are also two self-catering tents (sleeping four and six) and basic backpacker dormitory accommodation. Serious hikers can also book the overnight hut on the mountain and sleep over while tackling the 18km hiking trail which leaves from the property. Amenities include a tea room and a large swimming pool that's perfect for doing laps on a hot day.