We offer incentive packages to groups of 25 (max. 12 singles) at our farm and private nature reserve in the Cape Winelands, about one hour’s drive from the cosmopolitan city of Cape Town.
Breathe in : Focus. Breathe out : Connect.
Our team has for more than 20 years refined its balancing act of upholding the highest hospitality standards and traditions while creating truly unique experiences. The historic farm and private nature reserve provide an endless canvas for uniquely themed pop-up celebrations and personalised nature explorations.
Eye-catching and mouth-watering food fanfares and authentic experiences at improvised locations around the historic Bartholomeus Klip farm and private Elandsberg nature reserve (view past events)
A day in the country isn’t complete if it isn’t rounded off with dinner in the Conservatory at the Farmhouse. Reminisce about your day at the farm and in the Elandsberg nature reserve over soft candlelight, generous dishes and carefully chosen regional wines. The food is one of the highlights for many guests staying at Bartholomeus Klip, and it is not difficult to see why. Tradition-inspired, but ever-changing and often adventurous combinations of local produce in an authentic African farm setting with personal attention to every detail, make your stay with us a luxurious pleasure for all the senses.
Meet our Geometric Tortoises, the rarest and most endangered reptiles in Southern Africa, and the Quagga, a once extinct subspecies of the Plains Zebra that was brought back to life and into its former habitat by a group of dedicated scientists and farmers.
Explore and connect with the rich and varied realms of African fauna and flora in our private nature reserve, on your own on foot or on a bicycle, or on a guided nature nature drive in an open Land Rover.
There is an understated elegance, natural rhythm and abundant vitality in the life of an African farm. Experience its unfiltered authenticity and hospitality at Bartholomeus Klip.
Private locations for exclusive as well as larger meetings are to be found everywhere around the farmhouse, farm and nature reserve. Perhaps you will come up with a spot we have not yet discovered?
Join resident chef Louise Gillett in the kitchen or in the veld, and learn how to make regional African dishes on big roaring fires.
Get down and dirty at the farm, and get up close and personal with the furry farm (p)residents that rule the roost – when we’re not looking.
Become a Cape Floristic Region expert and learn all about the unique and rare flora that can be found in the nature reserve.
Paddle, sup or surf out to the end of the lake, jump in for a refreshing swim in pure mountain water, and hear the fish eagle sing its lonely song.
Located in the rural Swartland near Cape Town, near the scenic Cape Winelands and the quaint towns of Riebeek Kasteel, Wellington and Tulbagh, your explorations of the Cape will include world-renowned wineries and restaurants, breathtaking views, and centuries-old heritage.