A break from reality – a great place for recharging your batteries and clearing the mind.
Our 200 hectar farm, 5 km from the historic town of Tulbagh, is surrounded by the Witzenberg and Winterhoek mountain ranges.
On offer at our working farm with wheat, vines, olives, sheep and cattle are 3 luxury self-catering cottages all fronted by an open vista of green fields merging into blue mountains – peace and relaxation guaranteed!
Each spacious cottage, fully equipped for your self catering stay, is ideal for wedding guests, romantic getaways, connecting with friends or family break-aways. The cottages have indoor fireplaces for cosy winter evenings and air-conditioning for the Cape summers.
Eikelaan farm is conveniently located for discovering local attractions & activities and farm guests are welcome to enjoy walks through the fynbos, observe the birdlife, delight in amazing sunsets across the Tulbagh Valley and indulge in some star-gazing from your patio.
Offering cosy comfort with country views, the one-bedroom cottage with king size bed is perfect for couples or friends sharing.
Suited to a larger family or group of friends, the secluded two-bedroom cottage offers breath-taking mountain views with all the comforts you would need, including a hottub!
Patio views of farmland and majestic mountains, the spacious one-bedroom cottage with king size bed is ideal for relaxation.
Our generator will keep the lights and wi-fi on
Eikelaan Farm produces fresh vegetables, farm eggs, olive oil and a variety of seasonal produce. Get in touch to order your basket of goods.
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“Peace and quiet in the countryside. Very friendly and helpful hosts and the pool came in handy on our second day!”
“Wonderful stay, wifi and generator so we even got a break from load shedding. Large rooms, very clean and my son loved the farm animals”
HIGHLIGHTS: Great view, Quiet, Relaxing, Kid-friendly, Great value
“A lovely stop-over, a few kilometres outside of the town. The cottage that we were in was spacious, neat and clean. The view is also difficult to beat.”