Driekuilen Guest Farm is a quiet and comfortable place to stay close to Steytlerville, South Africa.

The farm is conveniently located 35km's from Steytlerville, 130 km's from Port Elizabeth,102 km's from the Baviaans(Patensie) entrance and 122km's from Willowmore entrance of the Baviaans.

Experience a wonderful mix of contrasts as only a Karoo farm can offer. Be the guest of Matty and MC at Driekuilen, Steytlerville, Eastern Cape. Escape the hustle and bustle of city life for the most glorious sunsets, bright stars, silence you can hear, fresh air, and food to die for. Be part of a working farm with the Cock's Comb mountain ever present.

Contact Us

Please contact your hosts Mc and Matty Van Rensburg

Email: info@driekuilen.com

Tel: (+27) 049 837 0036 & (+27) 087 702 5662

Activities we offer: 

  • Swimming
  • Cycling
  • Hiking
  • Bird Watching
  • Hunting - Available in season only
  • Explore network of small roads in Area
  • Farm Activities


What our guests had to say:

 Werner Breytenbach

It was one of the best hunting experiences we ever had as a group of friends , and will be back next year for another outstanding experience at Driekuilen. The owners Mc and Matty will go out of there way to make anything possible


Thank you Matty  & MC , we had a wonderful stay here. You are such wonderful people. We've really enjoyed our outing to Steytlerville together and exploring the farm by quad.  If we might be back in SA, we'll defniately come back.




I would like to thank MC and Matty for there hospitality and excellent service. I was an amazing stay and would definitely be returning! to experience the Karoo for the first time was great and made more memorable by the service from Driekuilen. a special mention for MC and Matty that spoiled us world class food.

Ben, Maxine, Melisa & Jerry
Thank you so much for a wonderful stay! Matty & MC, you are wonderful hosts and we so appriciated how you went out of your way to make us feel comfortable. I'm sure we will visit again and look forward to Matty's amazing cooking. Thank you so much for everything:-).
The Zoologists from NMMU