Immerse Yourself in Nature’s Splendor at Starry Starry Night Eco Mountain Reserve

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Looking for a unique escape to recharge and connect with nature? Look no further than Starry Starry Night, an off-the-grid eco farm and mountain reserve nestled in the foothills of the Langeberg mountains between Montagu and Barrydale in the Western Cape.

Eco-Friendly and Convenient

Powered by solar energy, Starry Starry Night offers authentic off-the-grid accommodations without sacrificing modern conveniences. The reserve is a short two-and-a-half-hour drive from Cape Town and just 25 minutes from Montagu.


Starry Starry Night offers a variety of accommodations, including two mountain cottages and a geodesic stardome. Both cottages, Gaia and Luna, are perfect for couples and families with children over 13, and feature a lounge, dining area, queen-sized bed, sleeper couch, well-stocked kitchen, outdoor braai area, and a fireplace. The stardome, Nova, is situated atop a solitary koppie and features large windows, swing doors, a bay window, and an overhead skylight.

Communal Areas and Activities

The reserve provides a wood-fired hot tub, pool, fire pit area, herb garden, signposted hiking and running trails, natural rock pools, children’s play area, mountain biking, and birdwatching. Starry Starry Night also serves as an excellent base for exploring nearby Montagu and Barrydale.

Special Promotion

The eco mountain reserve is currently offering a Stay 4, Pay 3 special for its winter season until November 16, 2023. This promotion allows guests to enjoy four nights at Starry Starry Night for the price of three, excluding Fridays and Saturdays, with check-in on Sundays or Mondays.

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Experience the magic of nature at Starry Starry Night. Visit to learn more and make a reservation.


Starry Starry Night is located at Rietrivier Road, Route 62, Montagu, just a 30-minute drive from Montagu towards Barrydale.

Environmentalist and Outdoor Enthusiast. Amanda is a nature-loving, energetic, and enthusiastic environmentalist who has dedicated her life to exploring and protecting Cape Town's stunning natural landscapes. She is an experienced hiker, wildlife enthusiast, and advocate for sustainable tourism.

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