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Bailey Visits Mosselbay

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Solo Pet Friendly Beach Tours

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3 Days/2 Nights




Enjoy award winning wines & the mouth watering cuisine from the Tulbagh valley on this mini pet friendly break with your dogs participating or keeping an eye on your consumption!  


  • Accommodation
  • Breakfast Hamper or B&B
  • Dinner  (Braai/Potjie/Restaurant) 
  • Tasting Fees (Food or Wine/Beer)
  • River Boat Cruise
  • In Between Activity Transfers (Where Stated)
  • Canoe & Bike Hire (Leisure Use)



  • Transfers (Self Drive To Stays)
  • Lunch (restaurants/picnics)
  • Pet Sitter For Hire (where available)
  • Drinks (soft & alcoholic)
  • Dog Venue Fees (when applicable)


  • River Cruise

  • Sundowners

  • Tractor Trip

  • Picnic

  • Food & Wine Tasting

  • Town Walk

  • Outdoor Movies

  • Nature Walks 


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Arriving at your stay early evening - enjoying a braai or potjiekos evening with fellow pet owners and get to know them and their dogs.


Discover the hidden pet friendly secrets of The "Poort" ....

We embark on a scenic drive (approx. 300km round trip) from Eight Bells Mountain Inn taking you through a range of different landscapes and experiences... time for the dogs to Explore!

Leaving Eight Bells we follow the beautiful Robinson Pass through to Oudtshoorn and onwards to the 27 km long Swartberg Pass, considered to be one of the most spectacular mountain passes in the world: an untarred road that winds to the summit 1 583 metres above sea level in steep zig-zags and sudden switchbacks, with breath-taking views at every turn. 

As you drive on you gain your first sight of the valleys and peaks of the Swartberg Pass. The natural characteristics of the Pass are magnificent – as are the man-made features. This was Thomas Bain's last engineering masterpiece. Along the way there are relics of an old stone prison used to house the convicts that built the pass, as well as other historical points of interest.

The Swartberg Pass brings you to the quaint town of Prince Albert. A perfect place to stop for a light lunch as it has a range of restaurants and interesting shops, known for selling Olive, Mohair and a range of homemade products.

After lunch  we take the R407 road pass Bergwater Wine Cellars where we stop for a wine tasting.

Heading for Klaarstroom enroute to De Rust via the beautiful Meiringspoort with its soaring cliff walls with spectacular rock formations line the 25 km tarred road which winds along the floor of the gorge, crossing the Groot River 25 times. Each crossing, or drift, has its own name and story - stop at the Waterfall information site to learn more.

Stopping in De Rust for afternoon tea at one of the many little cafés before heading home to Eight Bells Mountain Inn via Oudtshoorn and the Robinson Pass.

Detailed map available from reception.