Swellendam, one of South Africa’s oldest towns, is worth a visit because it caters for everyone, whether they into arts, visiting museums or wine estates or taking part in the myriad of outdoor activities up for grabs. You can be swimming, horse-riding, river rafting, kite surfing, microlighting – whatever you like – this part of the Western Cape is exquisitely beautiful.
Eenuurkop, a stunningly beautiful guest farm is found in the foothills of the Langeberg Mountains and is the ultimate destination for those who find themselves in this area for whatever reason. The farm is just 5km from Swellendam. There are also a number of nature reserves to be visited and as the Marloth and Bontebok National Park.
The town is known for its agriculture and this means that you’’ll be able to enjoy fresh fruit and vegetables, honey, fresh milk and eggs. There are many restaurants and coffee shops too that serve decadent meals that will have you bursting out of your seams.
Whats on offer at Eenuurkop:
- 110ha farm, Eenuurkop
- beautifully situated in the foothills of the Langeberg mountains
- self-catering cottages in a country garden
- own private bathrooms
- braai facilities
Cell: 082 956 9461
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