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Langberg Guest Farm
Old-world charm is a phrase that describes Langberg Guest Farm very accurately. The farm has a rich history dating back to 1870 and we strive to stay in close contact with these roots. Our comfortable and luxurious Victorian-style rooms transport you back in time to this era of grandeur.

Relax in an original Victorian bath while watching a Nyala antelope graze lazily on a thorn bush a few meters from your window.

We unfortunately no longer offer the 2-course dinner in our dining room. We now stock pre-cooked meals or braaipacks, ciabatta’s and salads for your convenience. Please let us know how we can best serve you.

Graded by AA Travel of South Africa as a Highly Recommended Lodge, this beautiful and historic Cape Dutch homestead has been painstakingly renovated to reflect its original grandeur.

The original Clydesdale horse stable now serve as en-suite room for our guests, ensuring that the `old farm` splendor is maintained. Furthermore, ambiance is enhanced through the generous use of antique wood furniture and Victorian bathtubs.

Langberg Guest Farm offers conference facilities to small and large groups with break-away rooms. Conference venues are air-conditioned and fully equipped with:
- Screen,
- Flip cart
- Water and mints

Packages including:
- Refreshments
- Lunches
- Dinners and
- Accommodation is available.

Wedding and Functions:
Any wedding from 6 to 110 can become a dream come true at Langberg. Our intimate chapel can accommodate 90 guests for your special day. Functions in the Loft are for a minimum of 25 and a maximum of 40 guests. Venues also used for year end, birthdays, farewell functions and christenings. Full bar service and catering supplied.

The Reception:
The reception can be held outdoors in front of the old stables (40 guests or less) or in the Barn which is equipped with a water cooler to keep guests cool in summer or fireplaces for a winter wedding with a romantic atmosphere.

Accommodation at Langberg Guest Farm:
The original livestock `kraal` was converted into 6 spacious self-catering units and there are 4 queen en-suite rooms to choose from, decorated in a similar `old farm` style.

The `kraal` is generously equipped with kitchen utensils, a microwave oven, fridge and built-in barbecue, each unit carries unique antiques that reminds visitors of the workings of a farm of yesteryear.
R390.00 pps

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  • Langberg Guest Farm - Kraal
  • Langberg Guest Farm - Kraal patio
  • Langberg Guest Farm - Stal
  • Langberg Guest Farm - Stal Bathroom
  • Langberg Guest Farm - Swimming pool
  • Langberg Guest Farm - Dining room

Facilities & Services:

  • Babies
  • Children under 12 years
  • Honeymoon Couples
  • Pets only by Arrangement
  • Elderly
  • Laundry Service
  • Conference facilities
  • Wedding facilities
  • Self-Braai / Barbecue
  • Bar on the Premises
  • Parking (open and off-street)
  • Fireplace on the Premises
  • Afrikaans
  • English
  • Swimming Pool
  • Communal Satellite TV
  • Playground
  • DVD and/or VCR
  • Trampoline

Langberg Guest Farm Activities:

Langberg Guest Farm is home to some 26 species of game and an abundant bird life. It is primarily a breeding farm for rare animal species such as buffalo, roan antelope and sable antelope.

A unique passive game capture system is used which minimize stress of captured animals. Only selected hunters are allowed to engage in ethical hunting as part of the game farm management.

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Langberg Guest Farm Guest Reviews

Average Guest Rating: 
  4.3 out of 5 based on 12 reviews. - View all Guest Reviews

We stay here regularly and it is always excellent.
 Reviewed by Riel Franzsen over a year ago

Excellent facilities with friendly service.
 Reviewed by Danie Strydom over a year ago

Comfortable and convenient.
 Reviewed by Claire Weerepas over a year ago

Sadly we arrived in the dark & left in the dark. But our overall impression was fantastic. Neat, smart accommodation & yummy food. Hospitality was 1st class! Felt very at home & comfortable. Will visit again.
 Reviewed by Janet Steenekamp over a year ago