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Ouma Se Huis

Rated 4.6 in 18 Reviews

Grootdrink, Northern Cape
R 600
Avg per night for 2 guests

An original farmhouse dating back to the 1940s, where one of the pioneer families of the Boegoeberg Water Scheme resided, has been lovingly restored into a self-catering facility for a relaxed and quiet farm stay. The farm, which still belongs to the family, produces grapes and lucerne.

The farmhouse, known as "Ouma se Huis," is situated approximately 75 kilometers from Upington and 45 kilometers from Groblershoop, en route to Namibia, Augrabies, Kgalagadi Transfrontier National Park, or Namakwaland. It features two bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms and two additional bedrooms that share a bathroom. Clean linens, soft towels, tea, coffee, milk, and homemade rusks are provided.

The comfortable lounge area includes a TV and a fireplace, while a separate dining room and a well-equipped kitchen allow guests to prepare their own meals or enjoy a sociable braai at the outdoor braai facility, with ample wood supplied.

The property is located only 500 meters from the Orange River, where visitors can have a picnic under the trees, fish, canoe, or simply enjoy the tranquil surroundings. Guests can also cool down in the dam on hot days. The large garden features beautiful trees, lush lawns, and ample space for children to play and enjoy the outdoors.

The house can be rented for individuals or as a whole for families. One of the double rooms comes equipped with bedding, towels, an en-suite bathroom with a shower, and either two single beds or a king-size bed configuration. An extra bed or cot is available for a child, and the room is air-conditioned.

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