Situated on the banks of the Olifant’s River, the town is named after the wild clover that grows in the area. It has a distinct, laid-back rural atmosphere and character, which makes it a popular destination for those wanting to escape the chaos of the big cities.
Just outside the town is a spot where, in 1902, General Smuts famously fought British troops.
The Klawer Hotel was bought by Moorrees & Landé Smit in 2003. They set about upgrading it into the popular stop-over that it has become. They also added that the restaurant that draws many patrons from afar.
Many of their previous guests also note the excellent hospitality, great food and warm reception they received from the owners and their staff.