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Old Joe's Kaia



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Old Joe's Kaia is a unique small family owned and run guesthouse situated in the magnificent Schoemanskloof Valley. This venue is known for its excellent cuisine, relaxed homely atmosphere and personal service. Swimming pool, prolific birding and exhilarating walks. Experience harmony and tranquillity! The view from the balcony is graced by the mountain in the distance and the lush garden below. Many interesting birds can be observed from here.

Accommodation is offered in Log Cabins, Rondavels and Kaia Rooms. Each of these units has a different theme and is uniquely decorated accordingly. All units have a balcony /verandah and bathroom en suite (bath and shower).

Old Joe's Kaia has always been well-known for its food and fabulous wines. Our meals are creative yet wholesome with country flair. Trout from the area is a regular feature, as well as venison and ostrich. Meals can be enjoyed inside the cosy lounge-dining area or outside on the balcony at tree-top level.

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Latitude -25.3851° S 25.3851° S 25° 23' 6.36" -25° 23.106'
Longitude 30.54° E 30.54° E 30° 32' 24" 30° 32.4'
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N4 Schoemanskloof Road
Schoemanskloof Valley
Mpumalanga
1207
South Africa
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