Produce sourced locally and even from right at home, from our vegetable garden

Our Cuisine

With your stay comes wholesome delicious home-cooked food, with our breads, canapés and soups proving most popular on those warm summer days. Our melt-in-your-mouth meals are lovingly made with home-grown and local ingredients, including our speciality, Glen Harry reared venison.

The day often starts with a light snack before heading out on your chosen morning activity. A full breakfast can then be enjoyed upon return or be taken on the trip to enjoy in the most beautiful viewing spots, by the river or on a high plateau. Lunch is determined according to the activities of the day, from a light salad by the pool, to a packed lunch out and about while exploring the many facets of the reserve.  Tea and cake are served in the afternoon, and are the ideal sustenance to ready oneself for an early evening game drive to see the wonders emerging from the bushes as the air cools.  The evening meal is a time to feast – enjoy game sourced straight from the reserve cooked traditionally on an open fire grill, sizzling away whilst one enjoys an early evening drink and canapés around the boma campfire regaling the experiences of the day.  One must not forget to also indulge in our renowned home-made bread and vegetables plucked straight from our on-site kitchen garden.

From the farm to the pan

Delicious laid-back dining in the most relaxing of atmospheres

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Dining Experiences

Bush Breakfest

Bush Breakfast





For those special moments

Champagne Sundowner at Lost Valley Lookout

View Our Wilderness Chalets

Pepper Tree Cottage

Named after the many pink pepper trees growing on the river banks of the reserve, under one of which this cottage sits. Pepper Tree Cottage is perfect for families looking for extra outdoor space. The rustic cottage features garden with patio seating and large outside fire perfect for those starlit nights around the campfire.


Set in an idyllic position with spectacular views, the name Kudu comes from the elegant antelope species that thrives on the reserve and which is known for it’s beautiful long twisting horns and ability to camouflage itself in the thicket, giving it the commonly known name of the “Grey Ghost”. Enjoy the African wilderness on…


A hidden gem overlooking the superb grasslands on which our Glen Harry wildlife grazes, particularly at dawn and dusk, and can be observed from the private terrace. The timeless design of our chalet interiors capture Africa’s raw essence. Our chalets feature double or single bed (as requested), separate shower and washing area, WC, small kitchenette,…


The eland is the largest antelope on Glen Harry and will usually be encountered frequently. Our charming chalets are designed to reflect a simple timeless finish with a traditional African theme, allowing you to truly immerse yourself in the wild Karoo. Our chalets feature double or single bed (as requested), separate shower and washing area,…


The Klippy wilderness chalet stands for Klipspringer, which is a species of antelope we are lucky to have in abundance on the reserve and is known as one of the most attractive yet elusive of antelopes due to its tendency to climb mountains and stand atop the pinnacle gazing out.  This lovely chalet is newly…

The flavours of nature sourced locally