Forgotten Highway Guest Farm is located 150kms from Cape Town, and 30kms outside of Ceres, in the Western Cape.
This immaculate guest farm is the perfect place to get away from it all, unwind and relax. It’s a place to enjoy solitude and peace.
Forgotten Highway Guest Farm is a working sheep and fruit farm. A perfect start to your day would be to sit on your stoep with your early morning coffee and watch the farm come to life.
There is also plenty of space on the farm for walks, runs and mountain biking.
Self-Catering Accommodation at Forgotten Highway Guest Farm
There are four separate self-catering cottages which are wheel chair accessible. The cottages are spacious and clean and comfortably furnished.
Each has a fully equipped kitchen, Smart TV, Wi-Fi, living area, fire place, braai facilities and a garden area. All linen and towels are supplied.
Coffee, milk, sugar and homemade rusks are a thoughtful welcoming touch.
The largest of the cottages is the Plaashuis which can accommodate eight guests and has its own jacuzzi. This comprises three bedrooms and two bathrooms, one ensuite. Each room has a king size bed or twin beds. The third room also has two bunk beds.
The Meulhuis has two bedrooms and two bathrooms. The rooms are not interleading and perfect for a group of four, and the remaining two cottages can accommodate two guests each.
Should you wish, Forgotten Highway Guest Farm will help you plan a whole selection of day trips, from wine tasting to cherry picking to seeing the Big Five.
For more information or to make a booking, call 072 172 9545 or email email@example.com . Forgotten Highway Guest Farm can be found on the R46 outside Ceres, in the direction of the Tankwa Karoo National Park. Follow them on Facebook HERE and on Instagram HERE.