Self-catering in Western Cape » Bredasdorp » Bredasdorp

R450 per unit

Comfortable, rustic cottage (fully electrified) on a working farm in the Bredasdorp area – halfway between Bredasdorp and the coastal village of Arniston. Private setting, secluded amidst fynbos, yet only 500m from main farm house in view of the main road.
Pigmy goats wander wild around the farm, ostriches, guinea fowl roost in nearby trees. Abundant bird life. There is a pottery studio on the farm.

Accommodation : The cottage can accommodate four people. Double bedroom, with double bed. Twin beds in the lounge. All bedding is provided – please bring your own towels.
The kitchen is fully equipped and has a large fireplace / braai area. Firewood is provided for one braai – more for sale. Lounge with easy chairs; twin beds and television. Bathroom with bath. A delightful outside shower was recently added; fully enclosed, with hot and cold water.

Children under three stay for free.

No pets allowed.

Bredasdorp was founded on the farm Langefontein in 1838, by the Hon. Michiel van Breda, who was the first mayor of Cape Town and a member of the Cape Legislative Council. The old farm homestead together with the old Independent Church alongside, are both national monuments and both buildings today house a unique and fascinating collection of shipwreck memorabilia. The Shipwreck Museum in Bredasdorp, tells the tale of the fate of many a soul who encountered the rough seas.

Things to do
  • Bird watching
  • Boat Trips
  • Bodyboarding
  • Fishing
  • Flyfishing
  • Golf course
  • Gym / fitness centre
  • Hiking and nature trails
  • Historical sites
  • Horse riding
  • Mountain biking
  • Nature reserve
  • Restaurants/Sidewalk cafe
  • Rugby clubs
  • Scuba / Snorkeling
  • Shopping centre
  • Squash court
  • Surfing
  • Swimming pool
  • Tennis court
  • Watersports.
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