Sandy’s Place, situated in Barrydale on Route 62, is the perfect destination, or stopover, for visitors wishing to unwind and relax far removed from the stresses and strains of city life. For the more adventurous there are various outdoor adventures from hiking trails to fresh water angling. Visit this earthly fragment of paradise,
another gateway to the Overberg.
Barrydale lies at the foot of the Langeberg Mountains, it can be approached from three different directions. Firstly, from the N2 through Suurbraak, secondly, from Montagu (R62) and thirdly, from Oudtshoorn (R62).
The small town of Barrydale – established in 1880 retains its timeless country charm and supports a diverse, yet harmonious community of young and old, Afrikaans and English, fruit farmers and artists, long- time residents and newcomers.
Sandy’s Place offers 6 fully equipped luxury self-catering flats in a safe environment with a private entrance and off-street parking.
Sandy’s Place is rated 3 stars.
Info about Barrydale
Barrydale is situated between two extremes. On the one side is the beautiful and fertile Tradouw Valley and on the other side you are faced with the stark and semi-arid Klein Karoo. These striking contrasts are experienced in a distance of 10km. Two scenic drives will bring you to Barrydale.
The N2 through Caledon and bypassing Swellendam, turning off onto the R324 after Buffelsjags via the Tradouws Pass. Barrydale is nestled at the foot of the Majestic Langeberge, in the Tradouw Valley, where the northern exit of the Tradouws Pass meets the R62 from Worcester, Robertson and Montagu. For the lovers of nature Barrydale offers unsurpassed vistas of mountains. Hills and valleys are covered in flowers during spring and summer.
Pleasant walks along footpaths in the semi-arid Klein Karoo to more adventurous climbs in the foothills of the Langeberg Mountain will take the hiker to places of beauty and tranquility. With an annual rainfall of 300mm it seems as if the sun is always shining and temperatures of 35C or even higher is very common in the middle of summer.