Fynbos Guest Farm in Witzenberg Rural, Western Cape
Fynbos Guest Farm is a 64 hectare retreat of farm land, fynbos and renosterveld. We are a working farm, and you will always see somebody busy, whether it is felling alien trees, digging, fixing or general maintenance.
* Please note that dogs are no longer allowed.
Camping & Caravanning
We have 9 Camp sites (each site is fairly private, nestled in the fynbos). Clean and beautifully decorated ablution facilities, serviced daily, electric points; no water at the sites but water can be collected nearby from the Ablution Block, braai areas, communal braai area, 2 x small plunge pools. There is a small fridge available for everyone to use. If you need anything - we are always happy to oblige where we can.We operate on Borehole water and follow waterwise principles - therefore our sites are covered in crusher chips and are NOT grassed.
We have 3 Cottages. Each cottage is fully equipped, with linen, towels, etc. Each cottage has an indoor fireplace and an outdoor braai area.1 cottage sleeps 4 [preferably for 2 adults and 2 children - ideal for a family or very good friends], another cottages sleep 2, and our 3rd cottage sleeps 3 persons [2 bedrooms].
Despite the dought (the worst in 110 years) the swimming pools will still be in use but the water will not always be crystal clear. Please NO SPLASHING !
To Keep you busy
- Ceres is only 13km away
- Tulbagh is 12 km away
- Various hikes, from mild to extreme
- Snow in June / July
- Wild Flowers from July to September
- Christmas in Tulbagh in June / July
- Waterfall (about 12km from our farm)
- Cherry picking in Ceres
- Klondyke Farm (November and early December)
- Visit a working fruit farm in Ceres
- Explore the Witzenberg Mountains Wine and Olive estates
- The agricultural and Wildflower show in Tulbagh in September
- Elro wood factory and coffee shoppe [Wolseley]
- Fig picking
- Horse Riding
- Zip Line [Ceres]
And so much more...
Fynbos Guest Farm is approx. 12 km from Tulbagh on the R46 to Ceres and Wolseley. Turn left at Boontjiesrivier Road (2 km from Wolseley). This is a gravel road. 200m up the gravel road on the left is the Farm entrance. Gates will always look well locked, simply unlatch and then unclip the chain with its several padlocks and close the gate after entering.
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