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Rhodene Farm Cottages offers 9 luxury self-catering cottages and a farm house, on a working fruit farm, overlooking the fertile Ceres valley and is at the foot of the magnificent Skurweberg mountain range. It is 9km's outside Ceres.
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Équipements de base
Fer à repasser
Espace de travail pour ordinateur portable
1 lit double
Pas de fête ni de soirée
L'entrée dans les lieux se fait entre 14:00 et 20:00
Départ avant 10:00
Accès de plain-pied à l'entrée du logement
Accès plat à la porte d'entrée
Rhodene farm is a piece of paradise! Nestled beneath the mountains and blessed with clean air and star-filled skies the location is fantastic for exploring the Ceres valley. Ean and Glenda (and Liesel who manages the properties) were very helpful. They provide guides and activit…
Réponse de Ean & Glenda :
Dear Paul thank you for visiting us on our farm. It was great to have met you and your wife. We are glad you enjoyed our little piece of paradise at the foot of the Skurweberg mountain and we like to share this with our guests. Hopefully you can come back in the near future to explore the different hikes in the area a bit more. We look forward to welcoming you back at Rhodene.
Lovely cottage on a fruit farm. The cottage is nice and cool - even in the 40 degree heat! We loved walking on the farm, eating peaches and swimming in the pool. Liesel was a great host. If you're looking for more privacy and seclusion, I would suggest the other cottages as this …
Réponse de Ean & Glenda :
Hi Tsakane and Arnold, thank you for visiting us and we are happy that the cottage was cool enough and that you could use our facilities on the farm. We like sharing our little piece of paradise with our guests and we are glad that you could enjoy it as well. The working area referred to is our fruit packing shed where we only pack (on a small scale) our peaches that are harvested on our farm. Usually the peach harvesting and packing only goes until end Dec, but due to colder weather in November 2017, all fruit harvesting in the area was delayed by 2 weeks. That is why we were still picking fruit while you visited us early January. Under normal circumstances the working area (or packing shed) is only used during week days in December months. Fortunately you were able to still enjoy our lovely peaches :-) You are most welcome to visit us again in the near future.
The farm has been in the von Buddenbrock family since 1951 when Ray von Buddenbrock was given the farm by her father as a wedding present. Her son, Ean, is the present owner and has been on the farm since 1989. The farm was originally laid out by Captain Dean in the 1920’s and…
Langues : English
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