Die Slee, Afrikaans for The Sleigh, got its name from the cedarwood sleigh runner on display at the eatery. What looks like an ordinary wooden beam was a piece of 19th century Cederberg engineering – wooden sleighs were long used in the Cederberg as a means of transport, particularly along tracks that were impassable to ox-wagons.

Serving for many years as a doorsill in the old Kromrivier shed the sleigh runner now has its glory returned, being a display piece and the name for the eatery.

Join us

From our modest beginnings of serving a milkshake and a toasted sandwich to the far-out off-roading motorcyclist, Die Slee is now equipped with a fine kitchen which uses only the freshest ingredients to provide our guests with top-notch farm style cuisine and light meals.

Join us for tea and cake of the day or enjoy a freshly ground cappuccino.

Please note…

The eatery is closed on Sunday afternoons – eatery (and office) hours are as follow:

  • Monday – Saturday: 08:00 – 18:00
  • Sunday:  08:00 – 12:00 and 16:00 – 18:00

Please contact us/book in advance for the following:

  • Dinner
  • Fresh farm bread
  • Special dietary requirements
  • Larger groups (10 persons or more) – i.e. film crews, weddings, functions, tours and school groups

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