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The estate’s neo-classical manor house, completed in 1788 is one of the only three 18th century, double story, flat roofed, Georgian style houses left in the country.
Unique attractions included the beautifully restored manor house, complete with murals on the interior walls in the entrance hall.
Environmental attractions in the 300ha set aside for conservation include the narrow corridor of highly threatened silver trees, belonging to the Protea family, found on the estate. Owl posts have been established to support owls as natural predators. Natural corridors that connect the farm allow for other predators and prey, such as guinea fowl, caracal, duiker to maintain natural balances. Natural methods of crop protection reduce the need for chemical interventions as far as possible.
Picnic baskets are available for order alongside the wine tasting.
Daily: 09h00 to 17h00

+27 (0)21 884 4416


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