Elandskloof Trout Farm/Forel Plaas

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Getaway Summary
PRICE (unit):
from R 1,450 - 1,450
GETAWAY TYPE
Self-catering
Overview
Situated near Dullstroom, amidst fresh air and peace and quiet, Elandskloof is the oldest trout farm in Mpumalanga. <br /><br />Six-sleeper Luxury Chalets, Six-sleeper Chalets, Three-sleeper Rondavels, a Farmhouse sleeping 11, a Wooden Cottage sleeping six, and a romantic cottage sleeping two provide a myriad of accommodation choices to suit anybody's needs, and all units are fully equipped for self-catering.<br /><br />We offer activities, including trout fishing in 11 dams (fly fishing only), horse riding, game-viewing, and we also have a restaurant on site (on request only) and cater for weddings, functions and conferences, or enjoy the luxury of our heated indoor pool with Jacuzzi. At Elandskloof, guests can experience a fun-filled, exciting holiday in the serene surroundings of Dullstroom.
Enquiry
 
 
"Really beautiful surroundings"
10 Jul 2018
By Freude Bertram
"Staff was really friendly, farm safe and relaxing, nice braai areas and very close to Dullstroom despite 8km dirt road to main road. Rondavel was very basic though, and access to hot water for shower had been a constant challenge."
"Tranquility"
05 Jul 2018
By Benita Van Aardt
"Availability of facilities can improve. Service of chalets were excellent ! Fireplace was lovely to have!Their pet friendly policy indicates that if your dog damage anything on the property, that you will be liable for damage, I am just wondering who is liable for tha damage on my car caused by their dog, bumping into my car, wanting to attack my dog, while my partner went into the office to check in. Either change policy to not pet friendly, or remove vicious dog. Besides the cost of our holiday we need to claim from our insurance to repair the scratches and dent. Not even an apology was offered, I was only instructed to move my car further from reception."
"The scenery there is beautiful."
02 May 2018
By Louise Pieterse
"The rondavel was a bit cold. We also did not know that the ablution would be seperate , but we adjusted to it.The ablution can maybe be upgraded.The gravel road was also at some places very bad, so it can also be scraped maybe."
"Friendly and Secret Hideaway piece of heaven"
03 Apr 2018
By Maria Samuel
"The Cottage have all you need, clean, beautiful landscape pictures, stunning dam views, staff really going extra mile and they have stock supplies.... ice, wood and warm fresh home made bread... Heaven"
"The farm has beautiful surroundings!"
11 Mar 2018
By Jh-Ann Gouws
"We loved waking to quiet nature sounds. The fields and dams are gorgeous. The braaiplace at the cottage needs a serious upgrade, we couldn't braai as the grid was way to high to heat the meat and lots of the other braaiplaces were not cleaned properly. The fireplace also does not air properly, so smoke filled the place."
"Set in a beautiful valley"
16 Feb 2018
By Charles Breen
"Petals and bottle of champagne for Valentines day !"
"Peaceful & Relaxing"
13 Jan 2018
By Bernice Smith
"We loved our short stay there. The staff were friendly and accommodating, and there were nice facilities for our little boy. Beautiful surroundings and challenging fishing. Joy was helpful with hiking and surrounds info. Will definitely be back!"
"Peaceful Farm life at its best"
09 Jan 2018
By ian Grant
"My family and I thoroughly enjoyed our stayed. We were particularly pleased with the Die Houthuis and would recommend it to anyone looking for a country cabin breakaway. Die Plaashuis is somewhat run down and could do with a bit of refreshing but was adequate nonetheless. We will definitely be returning, to Die Houthuis."
"Die uitsig en stilted van die plek."
24 May 2017
By Maria Uys
"Alles was volgens ons idiaal."
"Dreadful"
07 Mar 2017
By Julianne Avis
"The receptionist had no idea of the name of the booking, The road to the place was a shambles and it was a good thing it had not rained. The accomodation was so basic and therefore horribly overpriced. May only be suitable for desperate fishermen"