Enjoy a relaxed stay at our Biesiehuis situated on a working farm in the rural Western Cape.
Our central location offers a convenient and tranquil overnight rest-stop between Cape Town and the Addo Elephant Park near Port Elizabeth, or a base to explore Mossel Bay and the Garden Route.
The Biesiehuis (lit. thatched cottage) is situated on a working farm near the village of Great Brak River, centrally located between Mossel Bay and George. We offer a relaxed stay on the Garden Route with beautiful views of surrounding farmland.
The cottage offers a loft bedroom, a bathroom, kitchenette and spacious living area. It is equipped with crockery, cutlery, a coffee maker, microwave oven, gas cooker, towels, and bedding.
We can accommodate parties of up to 4 guests (1 x queen size bed in a loft and 2 x single beds in a private area downstairs).
A tarred road leads right up to the farm entrance, with the Biesiehuis about 800m further down a maintained dirt road. There is ample parking available right at the doorstep.
Our guests are welcome to arrive any time after 2pm.
Enjoy moonlit cook-outs in the boma (enclosed fireplace) next door.
Explore the Fynbos surrounding the cottage, or take short walks on the farm.
If bad weather keeps you inside, sip a glass of red wine beside a crackling fire in the indoor fireplace.
Interaction with guests
I usually meet at least once with guests during their stay to welcome them and enquire about any special needs.
Other things to note
Guests may to use the boma (sheltered fireplace) next to the Biesiehuis; one crate of firewood is provided to get you started.
Check-out at 11:00.
No open fires outside the designated fireplaces please.
You are welcome to explore the farm on bicycle or foot, but please keep the gates closed.
From Dec 15, 2017 - Jan 07, 2018 the minimum stay is 3 nights.
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