Bed and breakfast accommodation (which is non smoking) is in understated elegance and comfort in the farms original slave quarters, and consists of four large en-suite rooms with an adjoining lounge. Two loft rooms and the guest lounge boast expansive mountain views. Guests may relax by the pool with a book from our extensive library or explore the farm and surrounding wine routes, as well as museums and heritage sites in nearby Swellendam and surrounding areas.
Cape Winelands Accommodation South Africa is situated a leisurely half-hour's drive through beautiful farm-lands, from Swellendam, Jan Harmsgat Guest Farm has seen a renaissance that captures its rich past, in a way that fits in with the discerning traveler's needs: pace, charm and an unsurpassed opportunity to indulge in an authentic country ambiance and history. From the early days of determined pioneers and settlers, the ringing of the slave bell, a renegade Republic, the tradition and splendor of the early Cape Colony.
Granted as a "freehold farm" in 1723, the historically significant Jan Harmans' schat ("Jan Harmans Treasure") featured in the writings of Lady Anne Barnard. Guest accommodation (four voluminous en-suite rooms with adjoining lounge and library) is in the original slave quarters. Guests are treated to understated elegance and comfort, combining the power of its original 1-meter thick walls, yellow wood details and authentic "Overberg" style. Every modern convenience is offered.
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