Papkuilsfontein Guest Farm

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Getaway Summary
PRICE (pp sharing):
from R 380
Papkuilsfontein Guest Farm is a working veld management and flower conservation farm, offering three self-catering cottages.<br /><br />The three sandstone and thatched cottages are fully equipped, with furnishings maintaining historical charm. Gas lamps and lanterns provide lighting and add to the ambiance of the houses. Gas geysers ensure that guests can still enjoy a luxurious warm bath. The kitchens are fully equipped for those who would like to self cater, and for those who want to be spoiled, a three course dinner is prepared and breakfast is served at the main house. Each cottage has an inside hearth and down duvets. Hot water bottles are provided for the cold winter nights.<br /><br />The variety of activities include hiking, biking and birdwatching. There are 146 different species of bird in the area. Unspoiled fynbos, the largest range of indigenous bulbous plants in the world, San rock art and breath taking canyons will keep visitors intrigued. A private waterfall and natural rock swimming pool provides entertainment close to the cottages.<br /><br />After a hot day, experience nature by cooling down in one of the natural rock pools of Papkuilsfontein or opt for the farm dam next to your cottage.<br /><br />It is one of those truly special places where the right combination of warmth, beauty, homeliness and wild have been achieved. The quality of peace and stillness defies description.
27 Feb 2016
By Diana, South Africa
"Beautiful house in wonderful countryside. Generous welcome to beautifully appointed cottage....a joy to the senses and the pleasure of the rock pool on a hot afternoon must be experienced!"
"fantastic stay"
08 Jan 2016
By Jacqui, South Africa
"Beautiful place a must to visitJacqui brand"
"One of the best places to stay in SA"
02 Jan 2012
By carene, South Africa
"This is an excellent guest farm to visit. Your visit is guaranteed to be relaxing, inspiring and will make you wonder if 'city life' is really more rewarding than the 'country life'. I would recommend staying at least two days. Definitely take your walking shoes and some Karoo lamb chops (available in Clanwilliam). This place is one of the best kept secrets in South Africa."