About Packwood Wine and Country Estate
Sip and savour a taste of country living, pack away your cell phones, pop open those Packwood corks, read a book and kick off your shoes, Our spacious thatched country house with its old-world charm & fabulous views over our farm, an abundance of nature, big blue skies and plenty of fresh air, the ideal destination for a great escape, a base to explore all the activities in the area. The farmhouse is sympathetically restored and dotted with English antiques, comfortable beds, and spacious areas, disconnect from the world and reconnect with nature.
Enjoy beautiful wines from our vineyard, fresh raw milk from the dairy, and homemade cheese. Packwood is on the doorstep to Sanparks pristine forests packed with hiking and cycling trails, Petrus se Brand, Garden of Eden and Wittedrift routes, Kranshoek coastal routes, and much more. Limited Wifi available, please bring extra data if you want to stream movies. DIY Housekeeping, maximum of four adults only.
When the wild buck comes to snooze by the pool you know you have found peace on earth. Step gently, inhale deeply and open your eyes to the beauty of nature. Breakfast and lunch are available from Tuesday to Saturday. Maximum of four adults. Min stay of seven days during high season.
Family friendly: A working wine and dairy farm equidistant to Plett and Knysna, put fresh air and healthy living back into your lifestyle.
Romantic: A unique country estate, fabulous views, a 1000 acres of pristine farmland, magical mountains and gorges, pristine forests and distant ocean views. Wines and bubbly from the vineyard for you to enjoy.
Packwood is ideally suited for longer stays, we have a min booking policy of 3 nights for the smaller self catering cottages and a min of 5 nights for the main country house out of season. During the December holidays a min of 7 nights.
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