About Eikelaan Farm Cottages
Eikelaan Farm is a complete break from reality and a great place for recharging your batteries and clearing the mind. The silence, peace and tranquillity should leave you feeling totally relaxed and rejuvenated. We are situated 5 km from the historic town of Tulbagh and 1 hour and 15 minutes from Cape Town, off the R46. The farm is 200 hectares in size and is surrounded by the Witzenberg and Winterhoek mountain ranges.Eikelaan offers three well-equipped and clean self-catering cottages, overlooking the wheat lands and facing north. The cottages have indoor fireplaces and are equipped with air-conditioning. Apart from enjoying the tranquillity and the beautiful scenery on the farm, the cottages have large patios to enjoy sun downers and barbecues while watching the breathtaking views and sunsets. We offer walks to enjoy the fynbos, bird life, amazing sunsets across the Tulbagh Valley as well as great stargazing. Eikelaan is a working farm, farming with wine, olives, red Angus cattle, wheat and oats. There is an abundance of activities on the farm for the young and old. Bird watching is also highly recommended. For children, the cattle have proven to be a great attraction, especially during the winter months when the new calves arrive. Feeding the ducks at the dam is also a great pastime. Guests are welcome to bring their bicycles along for safe cycling on the farm.
Spa: Mobile Spa treatments available in the privacy of your cottage, pre booking essential
Golf: CERES GOLF COURSE 25KM FROM THE FARM
Family friendly: CHILDRENS PLAY GROUND WITH SLIDES, SEE SAW AND SWINGS TABLE TENNIS. LARGE LAWNS FOR CRICKET, SOCCER AND RUGBY. SWIMMING POOL. PLACE FOR CYCLING
Romantic: AN INDOOR FIRE PLACE WITH A COMPLIMENTORY CRATE OF FIRE WOOD.
When exceeding the maximum persons per cottage there will be an extra R100 surcharge per person, subject to the discretion of the owner.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling