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On the sunny northern slopes of the Amatola mountain range, 19 farmers have made over 31 000 hectares of beautiful farmland available for conservation and recreation.

We are expanding the whole time so please contact our manager for more details.

With sustainable Conservation as our main aim, we are blending agriculture and conservation into a homogeneous mixture that will benefit both the farmer and nature.

  We extend an invitation to those who love nature and the peace and tranquility of farm life to share our peace heaven with us.  

Aan ons Afrikaanse vriende skryf of praat met ons gerus in u eie taal ons is heeltemal tweetalig!

Ramble Restaurant Open 7 days per week – Lunch and Dinner – Ala Carte Menu – Fully Licensed – Credit and Debit Card facilities available – For bookings phone 045-8431504.

Fishing The numerous water conservation dams have been stocked with trout and bass giving excellent fishing in unrivaled scenery. The Granta Dam is now complete and stocked with trout
Flora Rare and beautiful wild flowers. Some found nowhere else in the world.
Hiking Trails lead out from the historic Post Office. A luxury base camp.  
Hunting We are re-introducing the game that once roamed the Bontebok Flats, part of the "Save the Oribi Scheme".
Birding With our wide diversity, you are bound to see a “lifer”
Photography With our range of scenery, we have a photographer’s paradise. On a clear day you can see the Drakensberg!
Mountain Biking Our annual and Legendary Caltex Thomas River Mountain Bike Challenge took place on Saturday 1st November 2014.
Mountain Bike Outrides. Offered by John Potter
Country Weddings for more info on
Garden Tours Arrange for your Garden Club to visit our beautiful gardens.
Farm Holidays With six venues and 104 beds, we can suite both your heart’s desire and your pocket!!

Contact our manager: John Potter on 082-575 4923

e-mail or fax 086-611 4704


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Contact:  Last updated 16/09/2014