We booked into Muisbosskerm from Australia and made the long drive from Cape Town, Via Langabaan to Muisbosskerm . The first thing that has to be said is that you will have to drive over some well graded, but dirt roads to get here. The second this is that this place is so isolated it's not funny. There doesn't appear to be another structure or living being within miles of this place.
The last thing and probably most important, is that irrespective of points 1 and 2, you really should go here once. From your arrival at the entrance, there is something special about Muisbosskerm . I am not an avid seafood lover, but the food is sensational, served over a 2 hour period, there is something for everyone.
The setting is beautiful and we were lucky to catch it on a calm sunny day. The only negative was that the bar service left a bit to be desired, but this did not diminish our stay. Located on the west coast, not far from Lamberts Bay, this is a good 2 to 3 hours north of Cape Town, so its a full on day trip which you should do with a group of friends (we did).
The food is served with local cutlery i.e. oyster shells picked from the beach, so if this makes you uncomfortable, take your own.