High Season Farm is well worth the escape from the city

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Ever wanted to flee the city to a place of total seclusion for a weekend of rejuvenation and/or romance? The High Season Farm offers a true natural paradise on a beautiful, secluded farm just outside the town of Hermanus.

Situated in the picturesque Hemel-En Aarde Valley, this stunning 4-Star establishment has eight self-catering cottages, which are tastefully decorated and fully equipped to make your stay as pleasant and as comfortable as possible. The cottages can sleep between two and six guests.

You will enjoy the fresh air and sublime views of this country retreat while soaking in the peace that surrounds it. The cottages have fantastic views of the Babylonstoren Mountains and open paddocks grazed by the resident Nguni’s.

Accommodation at the High Season Farm

Each cottage is tailor-made for all their guests, be it a young family, a romantic couple, a family of six with their canine companion or even a group of three couples. All facilities are wheelchair friendly. Five of the cottages can cater for six guests.

All the cottages are comfortably furnished, including huge beds, linen, towels, clean bathrooms, plenty of crockery and glassware, as well as hairdryers and firewood for those cold winter nights.

You will also find complimentary items like tea, coffee, salt and pepper. Selected DSTV channels are available in each cottage as well as free Wi-Fi. Each unit has a built in braai on the patio completing the self-catering offering.

Not in the mood to self-cater? Coffee shops and breakfast establishments serving country-style cooking are within reach of the farm.

Housekeeping services visit the cottages daily and an additional laundry service can also be made available for an additional fee.

Explore the attractions of Hermanus

If you cannot resist the urge to explore the area, High Season Farm is within reach of most Hermanus’ attractions like wine routes, hiking, biking, paintball, horse riding, quad biking, village market and walks in the Hemel-En-Aarde Valley.

With limited cellphone reception in the area, you will always find something fun to do with your time. There is however, a radio phone available for emergency calls on the premises.

Because it’s a country-side retreat, children and pets are more than welcome at High Season Farm. There are a few conditions for the animals. If your children are used to the city, they will have loads of fun in the wide open spaces of the farm or they can take a dip in the farm’s swimming pool on a warm day. You won’t need to worry about your car or security as the valley is historically crime-free.

Looking for a truly memorable private vacation? Call High Season Farm on 021 200 2514, email info@highseasonfarm.co.za or visit them online at www.highseasonfarm.co.za.

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