Rates & Reservations

We invite you to come and relax in this well-preserved environment in comfortable style.

Contact Bill or Jeanine Mitchell on (027) 482 2397 or e-mail us at oudrif@gmail.com for bookings.

Rates are all inclusive: Accommodation, meals, drinks and a guided walk.

The rates from 1 March 2020 to February 2021 are R1400 per person per night. 

  • Children under 14 welcome with group bookings of 6 or more adults only
  • No pets allowed.

Included are breakfast, lunch and dinner: local beer and wine and soft drinks.

We do a guided walk in the morning to sites of interest (Conditions apply, fitness and weather permitting).

Directions and a map will be provided to guests upon booking. This ensures privacy for all guests at Oudrif.

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Peace and quiet awaits, a digital detox, no wifi, no mobile phone reception only nature. A real treat in the rushed life of today. ... See MoreSee Less

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Kukumakranka flowering at Oudrif. It only flowers for a couple of days. Gethyllis is a very rare bulb plant endemic to South Africa and some parts of Namibia, with the highest concentration of them found bordering Western and Northern Cape provincial regions in South Africa. Gethyllis is the only bulb in the world to produce a delicious fruit from below ground, and is the only bulb flower to be active in three different seasons. Waiting for fruits in May for infusing gin :) ... See MoreSee Less

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Its has been a while since we have seen one of these beauties. One of the small 5 at Oudrif the Antlion named for the predatory nature of the larva which trap ants and other small insects in pits dug into the ground. This picture is of an adult antlion- we usually see the smaller variety at night around lights, this one is not common here. ... See MoreSee Less

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Oudrif chilllie harvest, lots of fresh homegrown organic chillies and limes ... See MoreSee Less

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Beautiful Caterpillar of Death's-head Hawk-moth. Acherontia atropos, eating my basil plants. The caterpillars come in three colors—bright yellow, bright green, or a mottled brown—and have a tail horn that changes color and curves as the larvae mature. They feed on more than 100 plants, including nightshade, and grow up to 5 inches long. The adults emit a squeak when alarmed, made by expelling air through its proboscis (tongue), which has a structure that vibrates like the reed of a wind instrument ... See MoreSee Less

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When it's hot the cool, clean Doring river and a big chill awaits you at Oudrif ... See MoreSee Less

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Leave your stress and worries at home. Take time to breathe, relax and enjoy the good things in nature. ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you to Mariette Du Toit-Helmbold for these great pictures of her visit at Oudrif last weekend. ... See MoreSee Less

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