The Manor House
Built in the early 1900’s, this sandstone manor embodies the success and opulence of the agricultural boom of the Free State region at that time. Originally a stud farm, the manor house is tucked away in the slopes of the hilly terrain and boasts with panoramic views of the valley. With 5 crackling fire places to keep out the winter chill, a billiard room, bar, a large outside lapa and a truly Free State farm style kitchen, the manor house can accommodate up to 16 people sharing.
Scattered in the direct vicinity are several huts and rondawels that can accommodate a further 14 people. These include a large dormitory styled room rounded off with its own fire place and en-suite bathroom, two outside family rooms as well as an en-suite rondawel, fondly known as the “honeymoon suite” because of its cozy atmosphere and large sandstone fire place.
As this is a family orientated farm, most of the rooms can accommodate both parents and their children.
The Mountain Hut
This newly completed mountain hut was built high up on the mountain slope, over looking a small hillside dam, and can accommodate up to 4 people. The hut has been rounded off with a large deck with boma-styled bonfire pit offering endless views of the valley. The hut has a truly romantic feel with yet again a large indoor fire place. The villa has been built with the environment in mind and is totally self-sufficient; built with materials sourced from the immediate vicinity, water supplied from the natural water spring and all lights running off solar power. The villa is ideal for smaller groups or family’s who want a quick escape from the city and experience nature in its truest form.
Both residences are fully staffed and stocked with all linen, including bedding