Approximately 230 km from Cape Town, on the road towards Graafwater and Lambertsbay, lies Ysterfontein, a Rooibos tea farm with an almost century-old farmhouse. Ysterfontein guest farm has been part of the tourist industry for the past 30 years.
The farm is well known for its Rooibos tea. Hundreds of visitors from across the world visit the farm anually.
In town there is a Rooibos tea factory, veldskoen factory, botanical garden, museum, restaurants and the well known Clanwilliam dam.
The Guest Farm have charming self-catering and self-contained thatch roof cottages. These cottages sleep between 2 and 6 people (in two completely separate bedrooms) and the surrounding area is quiet and peaceful. The fresh clean air and stunning views creates an unforgettable experience.
Each of the 2 bedrooms is equipped with their own bathroom and the open plan living area and kitchen are fully equipped with:
Linen, Towels, Cutlery, Stove, Kettle, Fridge, Microwave, Fans, Radio, TV (DSTV available on request at R30 per day).
Cottages are available from 14:00 on the day of arrival and must be vacated by 11:00 on the day of departure.
Ysterfontein Guestfarm Activities:
There are braai facilities, a swimming pool and a big lawn available for children to play on (braai wood for sale). Other activities could include walks on the Rooibos farm, hiking and flower viewing in season, or visit nearby attractions such as Lambert’s Bay (50km), Cederberg Mountains (45km), Clanwilliam Dam (12km) or Biedouw (55km).
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Lovely place. Only suggestion would be to improve the information available about the area and have suggested itineraries. There was too much superfluous information to go through to find what to do.